Higgins is the Lumber Jacks' "Sky Pilot," and there are 100,000 of them, living without a restraint to brute passion and force. In the midst of them Higgins does his work, passing to and fro among his flock, like Grenfell of Labrador. Norman Duncan saw Higgins at work, stayed at his side, fascinated by what he saw, and he has written a record of human good that will bring a tear to the eye and a quickened beat to the heart.
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