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1908 pamphlet Intercolonial Railway Canada "Moose in the Micmac Country'

$100.00 CAD

– Sold Out

Rare pamphlet issued by the two railway companies to promote hunting, fishing and tourism.  Focus on New Brunswick.

Comes with system map of railways in Eastern Canada.

Only copies I could find are in libraries.

Moose in the Micmac Country

“The Call” (on the back cover “The Response”)

Intercolonial Railway CANADA

Issued by the Intercolonial Railway and Prince Edward Island Railway of Canada, May, 1908

First Edition

Map attached in inside back cover: ”INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY Prince Edward Island Railway of Canada and Connections”.


  • The Micmac tribe
  • “The Micmac country”
  • The Restigouche Territory
  • Days in the Wilds with a New Brunswick Guide
  • The Great Miramichi
  • Ten days on the Miramichi
  • Chat with a Veteran – A Master of Woodcraft Tells of His Experience on the Miramichi
  • Record Hunting Trip Oct 20th 1907
  • Tourists’ and Sportsmens’ Outfits
  • Province of New Brunswick Hunting, Fishing
  • Registered Guides of New Brunswick


    • New Brunswick record Moose 1907, spread of antlers 68 ½ inches

    • A New Brunswick moose

    • Going into the woods

    • Pabineau Falls

    • A Hunting Party

    • Bringing home the Game

    • Some Miramichi guides – Braithwaite at the right
    48 pages.

    Horizontal cut along bottom of front cover. Spine bit beat up and loose.

    Pamphlet: 23.5 x 16.5 cm, 

    Map: 23 x 41.5 cm