http: www.nytimes.com 2007 04 08 books review Royte.t.html?ex 1188964800&en 4b6eb6a89d7e85dd&ei 5070 accessdate The community was originally built from the Magnetic North Pole (North Magnetic Pole). * '''CYRA''' (YRA) - Gamètì Rae Lakes Airport - Gamèti (Gamèti, Northwest Territories), Northwest Territories * '''CYRB''' (YRB) - Resolute Bay Airport - Resolute (Resolute, Nunavut), Nunavut * '''CYRC''' - Chicoutimi Saint-Honore Aerodrome - Chicoutimi, Quebec Phipps designed and constructed his own balloon tires in the period after the Second World War and fitted them to a Piper PA-18 Super Cub. Phipps then went on to provide air transportation to much of the Canadian high arctic region. He later established his own airline, Atlas Aviation, which operated a fleet of De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otters on balloon tires. Using the tires, Atlas's DHC-6s established airline service to such remote communities as Resolute, Nunavut and Grise Fiord, Nunavut. Born in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, he grew up in the rural community of Hazel Grove (Hazel Grove, Prince Edward Island). Wells attended high school in Ottawa, Ontario and university in Halifax (Halifax Urban Area), Nova Scotia. As an undergraduate, he spent summers working in Iqaluit, Nunavut as an airline cargo handler. After a brief stint at graduate school in Montreal, Quebec, he returned to Iqaluit in 2001 and later that year transferred to the remote settlement of Resolute (Resolute, Nunavut), on Cornwallis Island (Cornwallis Island (Nunavut)), where he worked until 2003, when he moved to Halifax with his wife, Rachel Lebowitz. image name Map indicating Prince Leopold Island, Nunavut, Canada.png image caption Prince Leopold Island in relation to Grise Fiord (Grise Fiord, Nunavut), Resolute (Resolute, Nunavut), and Arctic Bay (Arctic Bay, Nunavut). image size ''Top Gear Polar Race (July 25, 2007)'' S.2 :'' This special episode of Top Gear is entirely a race from Resolute (w:Resolute, Nunavut) in Canada to the North Magnetic Pole (w:North Magnetic Pole) .''
grandfather, Simeon Buford, served in the cavalry during the American Revolutionary War under Henry "Lighthorse" Lee (Henry Lee III), the father of Robert E. Lee. Wittenberg, Eric, "A Brief Biography of John Buford http: www.gdg.org Research People Buford bufbio.html . His great-uncle Colonel Abraham Buford (of the Waxhaw Massacre), also served in a Virginia regiment. His half-brother, Napoleon Bonaparte Buford, would become a Major