Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1924. 12mo. [ii], x, [ii], 118 pp. Blue morocco over boards, worn and rubbed at edges; very minor intermittent spotting. Ownership inscription on flyleaf. Item #12159
The present work is a compilation of Drummond’s best poems including The Habitant, Johnnie Courteau, The Voyageur, and the Great Fight, all written in the French-Canadian vernacular dialect which Drummond observed while working in Borde à Plouffe. Included is a memorial by S. Weir Mitchell.