It is the mid-19th century. A group of trappers working in a North American fur-trader settlement are commissioned by the Hudson's Bay Company to undertake the long and dangerous journey to the northern extremities of Hudson's Bay to open a new trading post with the Eskimo. The Stanley family are amount the group healing for the frontier outpost.
For Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, their young daughter Eda, and the group of hearty trappers that accompany them, the weeks of perilous travel by canoe will only be the beginning of their adventures as they encounter dangerous bears, life-threatening snowstorms, hostile Indian tribes, and many other challenges—while constructing a trading post in the farthest reaches of the North American wilds.
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