Publication: Knight, Leonard & Co, Printers, 1892, Chicago
First edition. 8vo. 4 1/2" x 8 1/4" color pictorial wrappers that reads on the front cover QUEBEC AND LAKE ST. JOHN RY., THE NEW ROUTE TO THE FAR-FAMED SAGUENAYS VIA THE ONLY RAIL LINE THROUGH THE LAURENTIDES MOUNTAINS THE "CANADIAN ADIRONDACKS" TO LAKE ST. JOHN; THE HOME OF THE CELEBRATED "OUANANICHE" THE FRESH WATER SALMON. 50 pp., illustrated, map. Interesting photographs of Montagnais Indians, the City of Quebec, Hotel Frontenac, Lake St. Joseph, Little Saguenay, Lake Bouchette, Ouiatchouan Falls, Island House and Grand Discharge, Cape Trinity, Cape Eternity, the Bay of Tadousac, etc. Discussions of Quebec, Charlesbourg, Chateau Frontenac, Lorette, the Jacques Cartier River, Lake St. Joseph, St. Raymond, Grand Mere, Riviere a Pierre, the Batiscan River, Lake Edward, Lake Kiskisink, Ouiatchouan Falls, Hotel Roberval, Ouananiche fishing, the Trappist Monastery, James Bay, Chicoutimi, Chateau Saguenay, and much more. A small map of Quebec and St. John Railway and the new route to the far-famed Saguenay is informative and provides an overview of the trip and towns and communities served. Some penciled notations on the last page and spine panel lightly rubbed, else a very good copy.
Inventory Number: 34846