"Northland Wild," a region in the arctic. The characters, Bill and Henry, are heading for Fort , which the wolf pack is traveling. The Indian Camp is located nearby. The she-wolf has her litter above a stream that flows into the Mackenzie in the summer. . White Fang meets the Indians in the woods, and from there he goes with them to their camp. They go down the valley until they come to a point where the stream runs into the Mackenzie River. This is where the Indians make their camp. Gray Beaver takes White Fang on a journey up the Mackenzie. They make a stop at the Great Slave Lake. . They arrive at Fort Yukon, where Gray Beaver decides to trade at the Hudson Bay Company. White Fang accompanies Beauty Smith up the Yukon to Dawson, where he later meets Weedon Scott; Scott lives a few miles away from San Francisco. Sierra Vista, the residence of Scott and his family, is White Fang's home for a long time. Scott reaches Sierra Vista and is killed there.
This book was sad and funny.
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 22 years ago
This book was awsome because it had a lot of supense. The part I liked was when white fang fought a mountain lion and he one.I would recommend this book to dog owners and dogs.
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