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David F. Pelly Writer, Researcher, Historian, Photographer

Contributions to Antholgies & Collections
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Pike's Portage - Stories of a Distinguished Place
"J.W. Tyrrell: The Man Who Named Pike's Portage"
Natural Heritage Books/Dundurn, 2010

More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes,
“The Impact of Wilderness” 
Boston Mills Press, 2004.

Canada’s Best Canoe Routes,
“Algonquin Park, Where It All Began” 
Boston Mills Press, 2003.

Northern Wild: Best Contemporary Canadian Nature Writing,
“How Inuit Find Their Way in the Trackless Arctic” 
Douglas & McIntyre/GreyStone, 2001.

Paddle Quest,
“Algonquin Park, Where It All Began”
Boston Mills Press, 2000.

Facing The Future: Global Issues in the 21st Century,
"Highlights of the Nunavut Agreement"  
Oxford University Press, 1998.

The Canadian Practical Stylist with Readings,
"Barrens Oasis" 
Addison Wesley, 1998.

Content Literacy, 
"The Bay" 
Harcourt Brace & Co., 1997.  

The Native Imprint: The Contribution of Canada's Native People to Canadian Character,
"The Faces of Nunavik"
Athabasca University, 1997.

Canada Today, 
“Profile: Zebedee Nungak and Nunavik” 
Prentice Hall, 1996.

Voyages: Canada's Heritage Rivers (ed. Lynn Noel)
"The Kazan - River of the Barrens" 
Breakwater Books, 1995.

Native Voices, (ed. Freda Ahenakew et al.),
"Pond Inlet" 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1993.

Perspectives, (ed. Ed Hannan et al.), 
"The Bay" 
Harcourt Brace Canada Inc., 1990.

All Over the World, (ed. Jack Booth),
"Qikaaluktut - Images of Inuit Life" 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1988.

Wild Waters: Canoeing Canada's Wilderness Rivers, 
(ed. James Raffan), 
"The Kazan River, N.W.T."  
Key Porter Books, 1986.

The Vital Vision, 
"A Personal Reflection"  (an essay on Ruth Annaqtuusi Tulurialik)  
Art Gallery of Windsor, 1986.