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Alexander Mackenzie and the North West by Roy Daniells
Alexander Mackenzie's Voyage to the Pacific Ocean in 1793 by Alexander Mackenzie
Alexander Mackenzie, Canadian explorer by Ronald Syme
Alexander MacKenzie: From Canada by Land by Ainslie Manson
Canoeing a Continent: On the Trail of Alexander Mackenzie by Max Finkelstein
A Dog Came, Too by Ainslie Manson
Exploring the Northwest Territory; Sir Alexander Mackenzie's journal of a voyage by bark canoe from Lake Athabasca to the Pacific Ocean in the summer of 1789 by Alexander Mackenzie
First Across the Continent: Sir Alexander MacKenzie by Barry Gough
First Crossing: Alexander Mackenzie, His Expedition Across North America, and the Opening of the Continent by Derek Hayes
From sea to sea: Alexander Mackenzie by Thomas Bredin
How the Scots Invented Canada by Ken McGoogan
The Illustrated History of Canada by Robert Craig Brown
The Journals of Alexander MacKenzie: Exploring Across Canada in 1789 & 1793 by Alexander Mackenzie
The Mackenzie by Leslie Roberts
Mackenzie of Canada;: The life and adventures of Alexander Mackenzie, discoverer, by Mark Sweeten Wade
The magnificent adventures of Alexander Mackenzie by Philip Vail
A narrative, or journal of voyages and travels, through the north-west continent of America; in the years 1789 and 1793 by Sir Alexander Mackenzie
The National Dream by Pierre Berton
Noch 1000 Meilen zum Pazifik : Die Abenteuer des Alexander Mackenzie by Hans-Otto Meissner
A Short History of Canada by Desmond Morton
Trailmaker : the story of Alexander Mackenzie by Richard S. Lambert
The Voyageur by Grace Lee Nute
With various voices : recordings of North Star life by Theodore Christian Blegen

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Sir Alexander Mackenzie, fur trader, explorer (b at Stornoway, Scot 1764; d near Dunkeld, Scot 12 Mar 1820). Mackenzie's father took him to New York in 1774, and in 1778, because of the Revolutionary War, he was sent to school in Montréal. He was the first person to traverse the North American continent north of Mexico. His 6400 km trek to the Pacific on behalf of the North West Company revealed much of the geography of western North America.

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