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Strange Things Done: Murder in Yukon History
by Ken S. Coates and William R. Morrison

 Strange Things Done: Murder in Yukon History 
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  New Release Yukon History has its fair share of unique characters and fascinating events. Contemporary Yukoners talk about the colourful 5%, quirky individuals who have come to Canada's North to find or reinvent themselves. Northern literature is full of accounts of mad trappers, jilted lovers, miners driven mad by cabin fever, sub-Arctic desperados and victims of racial tensions. In reality, the passions and angers that drove people to murder in the Yukon were more basic and common than popular culture suggests. Strange Things Done explores the inner dynamics of Yukon society through the exploration of these extraordinary events.

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Weight:0.40 kg
Price: CDN$ 34.95 (US$ 34.01)
Author:Ken S. Coates and William R. Morrison
Publisher:McGill-Queen's University Press
Publication Date:6/2004
Pages: 224pp


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