Article: "National Parks and Sanctuaries in Canada"

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Williams, Mabel Bertha. “National Parks and Sanctuaries in Canada: Part II.” The Animals’ Friend (June 1936): 193-95. (Public domain.)

This image appears in: MacEachern, Alan. “MB Williams: Living & Writing the Early Years of Parks Canada.” Environment & Society Portal, Virtual Exhibitions 2018, no. 2. Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society. http://www.environmentandsociety.org/node/8305.

This absorbing story of the Canadian National Parks has been specially written for THE ANIMALS’ FRIEND by one who was in at the founding of the National Parks Department of the Canadian Government, and who for a quarter of a century has been working towards the realisation of its aims in the interest of man and beast alike, with a vision, enthusiasm and ability that have been of incalculable value. It should do much to kindle interest in and enthusiasm for the establishment of National Parks and Sanctuaries in England’s green and pleasant land. (Note before article, presumably from the editor)

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