|Title:||The Last of the Buffalo Hunters|
|Tags:||Canada, Canadiana, North American indigenous peoples, non-fiction|
Thirty years ago Mr. Godsell embarked from London on the Hudson's Bay Company's ship THE PELICAN to seek adventure among the Indians. For three decades he has lived, traded and traveled with every tribe between Labrador and Alaska, the Great Lakes and the Pacific Coast. In this article he tells about his friends, the Assinaboins, who dwell in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies.—Editorial Note. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Godsell, Philip Henry
Philip Henry Godsell (1889-1961) was an English born Canadian writer and northern explorer. He joined the Hudson's Bay Company in 1906 and started his work when he arrived at York Factory, Manitoba on the shores of Hudson's Bay. Over the next 30 years he worked as a post inspector which meant travelling to many remote HBC outposts throughout the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Much of his travelling was done in winter when it was easier to travel by dog sled. He wrote about his experiences through several books and many short stories. (Provincial Archives of Alberta)
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