Trails Crossed

Trails Crossed follows the progress of some historical characters between Newfoundland and British Columbia. First Nations and explorers' trails whether on land or water, were the first trails and as old as they are, can still be travelled or crossed today. They are the rivers and lakes of Canada. They are highways that have been constructed on top of the old trails made by those who came before. More

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About Anthony Broscomb

We have traveled and camped across the U.S.A. and Canada in what we call expeditions. I kept a journal for each one, from Newfoundland to British Columbia and the Yukon, from the Great Lakes to California and up to Alaska. What is in my book has come from those journals, from teaching history and geography and from research. Today, I am retired in Brantford, Ontario.


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