NORTH LAND FOOTPRINTS or Lives on Little Bent Tree Lake.
Edition: First US printing
New York: Scribner's, 1937. Octavo, grey-green cloth stamped in white. , xviii, (19)-339,  pp. Spine very lightly darkened, with light rubbing; ink names to front free endpaper; damp stain to lower inner corners of front endpapers; VG otherwise. Watters p. 265. Nature fiction set in the Canadian North West around Great Slave Lake. Conibear, born in Ontario, with his family moved to Fort Resolution in 1912. It is believed theirs was the first white family, independent of government, religious organization or trading company to settle in the Territories. He attended the University of Alberta and was selected as an Alberta Rhodes Scholar in 1931. Conibear Lake in Wood Buffalo National Park is named for him. Mentioned in Peel 6271.