Collier, Eric

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Collier, Eric

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1904 - 15 March 1966

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Eric Collier was born in England but came to British Columbia at the age of 19. He became a trapper at Meldrum Creek in the Chilcotin. His writing career began in 1924 and he continued to publish articles on the outdoors until his death in 1966. He is best known for his book, Three Against the Wilderness (1959). He died in Williams Lake on March 15, 1966.

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Revised on May 2, 2012 by KS.

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  • English

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