A.P. Low (1861-1942) was one of North America's most significant, but possibly least known, explorers. He criss-crossed the Labrador Peninsula from James Bay to Ungava, and to the Gulf of St. Lawrence, through some of the most rugged country on the continent, at that time considered one of the largest "unknown" areas in the world. To this day, no human has travelled more in this region, or given more knowledge of its geology, peoples, wildlife, geography and vegetation to the scientific community and to the world at large.Finkelstein, Max is the author of 'Paddling The Boreal Forest Rediscovering A.P. Low', published 2005 under ISBN 9781896219981 and ISBN 1896219985.