Tutis Classics' edition of Ralph Connor's nineteenth-century novel about nineteenth-century settlers and ranchers in the foothills of nineteenth-century Alberta. At the centre of it all is Arthur Wellington Moore, a modest missionary come to convert cowboys. In the 1921 film adaptation he was played by tragic Hollywood figure John Bowers.
Some good soul has uploaded the entire thing to YouTube:
The Sky Pilot: A Tale of the Foothills
Chicago: Revell, 1899
Tutis' take on The Man from Glengarry, the story of Ranald Macdonald, a nineteenth-century logger who grows into manhood with the aid of a pious woman and the mighty Ottawa River.