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Anderson River. Notes.
Source: McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).
Consult the entry filed under Wolverine River.

Coppermine River. Information.
Canadian Heritage Rivers System (nominated).
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/Coppermine/coppermine_e.htm
A Wild Rivers Survey. National Parks Service report, 1972; NWT report on the Coppermine. Fred and Sue Cramp, Greg Ewert and John Horricks.
http://www.explorenwt.com/resources/nor ... priver.pdf
Kugluk Territorial Park at Bloody Falls.
http://www.nunavutparks.com/parks-speci ... rview.aspx
Douglas, George M: Lands Forlorn. Putnam New York (1914). Rare and expensive; fascinating account with many photographs. Lands Forlorn is available again; the new edition is due to Robert S Hildebrand (Che-Mun, Outfits 132 and 133).
Franklin, John. Journey to the Polar Sea. Introduction by James P Delgado. Conway Maritime Press (2000).
Goering, Jack. Trip report, 1966, Lac de Gras to Kugluktuk; with Eric & Pamela Morse, Bill & Tom Mathers, Angus Scott, Arch Jones and Pierre Trudeau. Uses the rapids numbering scheme of Richard Martin (1962, with ? Miller). Unpublished.
Grater, Wendy. Trip report, 1977, Lac de Gras to Kugluktuk; with Jake Fallis, Fred Loosemore, Jim Raffan, Cathy Laing and Norm Frost. Unpublished.
Jenkins, McKay. Bloody Falls of the Coppermine. Random House, New York (2005).
Matteson, Bob: Trip report, 1970, Lac de Gras to Kugluktuk; with son Sumner, John Lentz and Bob O'Hara. Refers to Eric Morse as "the Sigurd Olson of Canada"! Some of the historical information is inaccurate, IMHO. Unpublished.
McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).
Morse, Eric W. Abridged version of Franklin's journal. Unpublished (1970).
Repp, David. Down the Coppermine. The Beaver, Summer 1972, pp 18-25. Rae, Slemon Lake, Snare River, Winter Lake, Point Lake, Kugluktuk. Thanks to Clayton Klein, Cold Summer Wind.
Richardson, John. Arctic Ordeal. Edited by C Stuart Houston. McGill-Queen's University Press (1984).
Verbeek, Peter. Handwritten trip report, 1993, Providence Lake to Kugluktuk; with Joop Steinfort, Ralph Zaffran and Doug Niles. Unpublished.
Verbeek, Peter. Report of 1993 trip. Nastawgan, Spring 1994, Volume 21, No. 1.

Coppermine River. Online, Guide.
Source: NT Government library.
Coverage: Point Lake to Kugluktuk. Alternate starting points are Lac de Gras, Source Lake, Winter Lake, Redrock Lake and Rawalpindi Lake.
http://spectacularnwt.com/sites/stage.s ... priver.pdf

Coppermine River. Rocknest Lake to Kugluktuk. Notes.
Source: Thomas, Alister. More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003).
Author: Bert Horwood.
Title at source: Five Northern Rivers: A Wanderer in Enchanted Lands: Inner Responses to the Outer Landscape.

Hornaday River. Notes.
Ed note: All but a small section of the Hornaday lies in NT.
Source: McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).

Horton River. Information.
Labenski, Ed. Horton River Bibliography.
http://northernwaterways.com/MYCCR/horton_biblio.pdf
Lepard, Chris. The Horton River: Paddling through Paradise. (blurbbook),
http://www.blurb.com:80/user/store/ChrisLepard (2008)
McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).

Horton River. Features.
Horton Lake, unnamed river, Horton River junction, Sink Hole and gorge, another Sink Hole, Whalemen River confluence, Stefansson Creek confluence, West River confluence, Coal Creek confluence, Old Horton Creek, the delta.

Horton River. Horton Lake to DEW station. Online, Photos.
Author: Chris Lepard.
Ed note: Click on the book image to get 14 pages of photos.
Route description: Horton Lake to mouth and DEW station.
http://chrislepard.com/root/ChrisLepard ... /main2.cfm
http://www.blurb.com:80/user/store/ChrisLepard (2008)
Shackleton4U.
Ed note: Two parts, Horton River and Franklin Bay.
http://picasaweb.google.com/Shackleton4 ... eat=email#
http://picasaweb.google.com/Shackleton4 ... eat=email#

Horton River. Horton Lake to Franklin Bay. Online, Journal.
Author: Katherine Suboch.
Route description: Horton Lake, Horton River named features, Franklin Bay.
http://www.bigbluesky.ca/site/Horton/

Horton River, Horton Lake to the mouth. Online, Journal.
Author: David Bridgham.
Route description: Horton Lake (by float plane from Norman Wells), Horton River features, mouth; float plane to Inuvik.
http://www.froghouse.org/~dab/horton-trip/writeup.html

Horton River, Horton Lake to the delta. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Traditional Arctic Kayaks library.
Author: Jim Rutzick.
Route description: Yellowknife, Horton Lake, Horton River features, gravel bar at the delta.
Ed note: Coordinates are given for campsites.
Title at source: The Horton River, 1996.
Journal:
http://traditionalarctickayaks.com/hort ... ournal.htm
Photos:
http://traditionalarctickayaks.com/hort ... images.htm

Horton River. Horton Lake to the mouth. Online, Guide.
Source: NT Government library.
Route description: Horton Lake, Horton River features, mouth.
http://spectacularnwt.com/sites/stage.s ... er_1_0.pdf

Horton River. Notes.
Source: Thomas, Alister. More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003).
Author: Bert Horwood.
Title at source: Five Northern Rivers: A Wanderer in Enchanted Lands: Inner Responses to the Outer Landscape.

Kuujjua River. Online, Journal, Photos.
Sources: Canoe Beyond library and Canadian Canoe Routes, Northwest Territories Forum.
Photos only now; text promised.
http://www.canoebeyond.com/kuujjua/kuujjua.html
CCR commentary:
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 12&t=30770

Kuujjua River. Notes.
Location: Victoria Island.
Source: Thomas, Alister. More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003).
Author: Bert Horwood.
Route description: To Minto Sound.
Title at source: Five Northern Rivers: A Wanderer in Enchanted Lands: Inner Responses to the Outer Landscape.

Starvation River and Coppermine River. Rae to Kugluktuk. Notes.
Ed note: Posted also under Snare River.
Source: Thomas, Alister. Canada’s Best Canoe Routes.. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2001).
Author: Shawn Hodgins.
Route description: Rae, Russell Lake and Snare River, ... , Snare Lake, Winter Lake and site of Fort Enterprise, Big Lake, Starvation River, Point Lake and Coppermine River (features),
Title at source: Snare-Coppermine Rivers: Following John Franklin’s 1820 Expedition.

Thomsen River. Information.
Aulavik National Park.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nt/aulavik/index.aspx
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nt/aulavik/na ... tcul1.aspx
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aulavik_National_Park
http://www.greatcanadianparks.com/north ... /index.htm
http://www.google.ca/search?q=Aulavik+N ... 66&bih=602
etc.
Thomsen River resources.
https://thomsenriver2011.wordpress.com/

Thomsen River. Notes.
Location: Banks Island.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).

Wolverine River, Carnwath River and Anderson River. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
Route description: Float plane to Wolverine River, Carnwath River junction, Anderson River junction, Liverpool Bay of Amundsen Gulf, float-plane pickup.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/wolverine/wolverine0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/wolverine/yallerwolverine.htm