Click the following link
to view his autobiographical account online. His story is from the perspective of having grown up at Ranger Lake, and is filled with first hand information that provides many specifics about life in that remote area in the early 1900's.
Anyone who might like to follow up on this is invited to correspond as they see fit. If you can add to my father's account with similar first hand information related to that time and place you are most welcomed to do so!