Marine historians sift fact from fiction, examining the claims of Voss’s and Luxton’s manuscripts against research from libraries, archives, museums and primary sources around the world. Including unpublished photographs, letters and ephemera from the voyage, Around the World in a Dugout Canoe tells the real story of a little-understood character and his cedar canoe. It is an enduring story of courage, adventure, sheer luck and at times tragedy.
Review by Stan Grayson in WB #275.
by John MacFarlane and Lynn J. Salmon
hardcover 272 pp.
Great service with quick delivery and accuracy. The book is a quality publication, and a great fresh view of Voss' journey.