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Journeys Through the Inside Passage Seafaring Adventures along the Coast of British Columbia and Alaska

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ISBN-10: 0882407406

ISBN-13: 9780882407401

Edition: 2008

Authors: Joe Upton

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Writer and fisherman Joe Upton recounts the riveting stories of explorers of the past and seafarers of the present in JOURNEYS THROUGH THE INSIDE PASSAGE. His chronicle offers events vivid in their telling: the journey of widow  Muriel Blanchet, who solo navigated a small vessel in the 1930s with her five children; the failed meeting of explorers Alexander Mackenzie and George Vancouver in 1793; countless sinkings; and tales from the author's own experiences plying this legendary waterway.
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Book details

List price: $14.99
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: West Margin Press
Publication date: 3/1/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 5.52" wide x 8.44" long x 0.42" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

Traveling Northwest waters as a commercial fisherman since 1965 in small craft and large, Joe Upton gained intimate knowledge of the coast from Puget Sound to the Arctic Circle.In the 1970s, Upton lived and fished out of a tiny roadless island fishing community in Southeast Alaska. His first book, Alaska Blues, based on those years, was hailed as "One of those books you want to proclaim a classic," by the Seattle PI.In 1995, Upton started Coastal Publishing, to produce illustrated maps and guidebooks for Alaska cruise passengers. In 2010, he began working with film maker and commercial fishermen Dan Kowalski to film many of the stories that he had heard over the years.Upton lives with his…