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Lambie, Alexander

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Lambie, Alexander

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1870-1945

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Alexander Lambie emigrated to Canada from Scotland in 1903, arriving in Vancouver in the spring of the following year. In the spring of 1905, he joined the Alaska Boundary Survey Party headed by George White-Fraser. "One More River: Being a Record of a Cheechacko's Summer in Alaska and Northern B.C." is based on his experiences as a member of the surveying team. He also published fiction for adults and children, including: "A Stranger in Our Midst" (1934), "When Polly Went Away" (1917) and "The Lady of Lodore" (1928).

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