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The Stikine River, British Columbia

Here is a selection of the best books about the Stikine River, which runs through the wilderness of northern British Columbia, Canada.

The Real Klondike Kate
by Ann Brennan
(Goose Lane Editions, 1990)
The story of Katherine Ryan, "Heroine of the Canadian North", friend of poet Robert Service, and the first woman to cross to Stikine Trail.

Bonnie Demerjian
Roll On! Discovering the Wild Stikine River
(Stikine River Books, 2006)

Jennifer Voss
Stikine River: A Guide to Paddling the Great River
(Rocky Mountain Books, 2001)

Alaska Geographic Society
The Stikine River
(Alaska Geographic Society, 1980)

Ken Madsen
Wild Rivers, Wild Lands
(Lost Moose Publishing, 2005)