The Golden Volcano: Le Volcan d'or: The First English Translation of Verne's Original Manuscript

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Jules Verne
THE GOLDEN VOLCANO
Le Volcan d'or
The First English Translation of Verne's Original Manuscript

Translated and edited by Edward Baxter

Preface to the French edition
by Olivier Dumas

University of Nebraska Press
Lincoln

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Bison Frontiers of Imagination ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface to the French Edition vii
  • Translator's Introduction xv
  • Part I 1
  • 1: An Uncle's Legacy 3
  • 2: The Two Cousins 13
  • 3: From Montreal to Vancouver 26
  • 4: Vancouver 38
  • 5: On Board the Football 48
  • 6: Skagway 58
  • 7: The Chilkoot Pass 68
  • 8: Lake Lindemann 79
  • 9: From Bennett Lake to Dawson City 89
  • 10: The Klondike 104
  • 11: Dawson City 113
  • 12: From Dawson City to the Alaskan Boundary 125
  • 13: Claim 129 135
  • 14: Working the Claim 146
  • 15: The Night of August 5–6 155
  • Part II 167
  • 1: A Winter in the Klondike 169
  • 2: The Dying Man's Tale 181
  • 3: The Aftermath of a Secret 192
  • 4: Circle City 205
  • 5: A Journey of Discovery 216
  • 6: Fort Mcpherson 226
  • 7: Golden Mount 236
  • 8: An Engineer's Bold Plan 247
  • 9: The Moose Hunt 259
  • 10: Mortal Dread 273
  • 11: On the Defensive 285
  • 12: Attack and Defense 298
  • 13: The Eruption 309
  • 14: From Dawson City to Montreal 320
  • Notes 331
  • University of Nebraska Press 344
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