The Winning of Canada a Chronicle of Wolf is volume 11 in a 15 volume set of books written by various authors covering Canadian history. William Wood was a 19th century historian and author. In the author's note to this volume Wood writes: "Any life of Wolfe can be artificially simplified by treating his purely military work as something complete in itself and not as a part of a greater whole. But, since such treatment gives a totally false idea of his achievement, this little sketch, drawn straight from original sources, tries to show him as he really was, a co-worker with the British fleet in a war based entirely on naval strategy and inseparably connected with international affairs of world-wide significance. The only simplification attempted here is that of arrangement and expression."
Fred H. Garlow Jr. was a grandson of Buffalo Bill Cody and was a well-known well liked guide in the Absaroka Mountain Range near Yellowstone national park. He owned the B4 Ranch by Cooke, Montana and the Absaroka Mountain Lodge near Cody, Wyoming near the east entrance of Yellowstone. Fred continued in his grandfather's footsteps and his story is an inspiration to everyone who wishes to learn more about life in the West.
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