John Henry Walker (1831-1899)
1850-1885, 19e siècle
Encre sur papier - Gravure sur bois
38.5 x 48 cm
Don de Mr. David Ross McCord
Distant two days by canoe, was to be found a friendly encampment of the Malechite Indians. The Bouabouscache, as we have seen, discharges itself into the Trois Pistoles.
Ascending this latter river a little lake is reached, from which, by a portage of some hundreds of paces, the voyageur arrives at the Acheberache chain of lakes, and from these lakes, by way of the Acheberache River, he may descend into the great lake Temiscouata, which empties its waters into the St. John, by the beautiful river Madaouaska.