The men who blaze the trail and other poems
New York: Barse & Hopkins, 1913. 126p., introduction, bookplate, otherwise very ngood first edition in red cloth, gilt and unclippedlightly-sunned and soiled dj.
Dunham, Poet laureate of Alaska, was a Federal Bureau of Labor investigator who was sent to the gold fields and who fell in love with the territory and the men who worked the wilderness. His book of poetry was published partly as an appeal to the US for better representation.
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