Its true worth to him had been that it had converted him from a Londoner in Keewatin into a man of the Northland.
There was a God in Keewatin after all, there must be, since He had sent to him this stranger.
At any rate, he had set about his living in Keewatin in earnest, as though he had determined to stay there.
How odd it seemed to him that he should be recalling Carlyle up there in Keewatin!
If a man once gives way to weeping in Keewatin, he will weep always.
Granger knew what he meant—that he was referring to Keewatin and to his sacrifice.
The last important one was made in 1877, and consisted of a pilgrimage through Manitoba and part of the District of Keewatin.
I would sledge the width of Keewatin for half a day with you.
Some of these antlers appear longer than any I saw in Keewatin.
This patrol involved much hardship and danger, but it stabilized conditions in that remote Keewatin area.