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This non-fiction book is the story of Esther Sessions Keyser, who first visited Algonquin Park in 1927, and subsequently recorded her many memories during her time spent in the Algonquin wilderness. A truly remarkable lady who was one of the pioneers of the Girl Scouts, Esther donated the manuscript for Paddling My Own Canoe to The Friends of Algonquin Park. This book appeals to people interested in nature, history, canoeing, women's issues, inspiration, and of course, Algonquin Provincial Park.
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