Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 0670880825. Grey hardcovers, gilt titles to the spine. Signed by the author on the title page. A solid binding with a clean, unmarked text with bumping to the spine. Two inscriptions to the previous owner on the front free end paper.; B&W Photographs; 9.10 X 6.20 X 1.40 inches; 374 pages; Box 49; Signed by Author.
Very Good-in Very Good-dust jacket. 374 pp. Photos. Spine, corners bumped. Jacket price-clipped, has edgewear. Inscribed by the author on the title page. MacGregor writes of the life of his father, who at 22, headed off into the bush of Algonquin Park to become a lumberman. He describes the bush the way bush people see it, and the complex relationship of a boy with his father.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; Signed by Author.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. pp. 374, b/w illustrations. Signed by the author on title page. Remainder mark on the base. Like a latter-day Thoreau, Duncan MacGregor went to the woods--Algonquin Park in his case--to live deliberately, confront the essential facts of life, and learn what it was that the land had to teach him. He was in his early 20s at the time, and the bush remained his primary residence for the next half-century. His story is a bountiful one, and, fortunately, he had a son--Roy MacGregor--with enough curiosity and grace to tell it splendidly. 8vo. Signed by Author.
, 1st edition. (Hardcover) Very good plus in very good plus dust jacket. 374pp. Photographs. Biography of Duncan MacGregor. Book about Algonquin Provincial Park. Locale: Ontario. (Canada, Loggers, Outdoor Life)
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