Drift back in history to a time when the rivermen still plied their trade throughout the northern rivers of British Columbia. This book tells the tales of the men and women who traveled the river highways living and working in the wilderness. Generations of trappers, hunters, big game guides and prospectors depended on the riverboats for their supplies. Using brute strength and strong will, these river pioneers endured much hardship as they opened up the northern bush. Here are their stories.