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Publisher:Heritage House, 2011Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Auteur: Anderson, Frank W.Date:Created2011Sommaire:
Albert Johnson was a loner, a deadly shot, who in 1932 triggered a gruelling manhunt that has become an Arctic legend. For over six weeks, amid blizzards and numbing cold, he eluded a posse of trappers, First Nations and RCMP, who for the very first time used a two-way radio and an airplane in their search. Johnson was involved in four shoot-outs, killing one policeman and gravely wounding two other men before being shot to death. Over a half-century later, an intriguing mystery remains: Who was Albert Johnson?Sujet(s): Johnson, Albert, -1932 | Criminals | Police murders | Northwest Territories | Royal Canadian Mounted Police | Frontier and pioneer life | Canada--Rat River | Canada, NorthernÉditeur original: [S.l.], Heritage HouseLangue(s): English