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Poolvolken

Andrew Haslam (author), Alexandra Parsons (author)
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Target audience:
9-11 years and up
Welke volken leven op de noordpool en binnen de poolcirkel? Waar kwamen ze vandaan en waarom gingen ze in een geweldige woestenij van sneeuw en ijs wonen? Hoe reisden ze over het bevroren landschap? Wat voor soort huizen bouwden ze? En wat bedachten ze allemaal om in leven te kunnen blijven? Verken een fascinerende cultuur die duizenden jaren lang onaangetast bleef.
Subject
Noordpool
Title
Poolvolken
Author
Andrew Haslam Alexandra Parsons
Language
Dutch
Original title
Make it work : Arctic peoples
Publisher
Harmelen: Corona, 1998
63 p. : ill.
ISBN
90-5495-182-6
Placing suggestion
975 (SISO) Volken (ZIZO)

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About Andrew Haslam

Andrew Haslam (June 23, 1846 – April 10, 1923) was an Irish-Canadian sawmill-owner and Conservative politician. Born at Woodhill, Donegal, Ireland.

He served as the MLA for Nanaimo from 1889 to 1890. From 1892 to 1893, he was mayor of Nanaimo. He was chosen in an 1893 by-election to represent Vancouver in the House of Commons of Canada after the serving MP, David William Gordon died. Haslam was defeated in the 1896 general election.

He also served three terms on New Westminster City Council.

A road north of Nanaimo Airport was named for him.

References

External links

  • Andrew Haslam – Parliament of Canada biography


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