Fine. Dust Jacket Included. SPIRIT OF THE WILDERNESS. Missoula 1997. 1st edition, 260 pages, illustrated. This book represents a renewal of the "Acorn" series after more than 60 years, and is the 8th book in the series. It features articles and stories by prominent Boone and Crockett members past and present. Included are major portions of the original Richard Borden journals written during expeditions to British Columbia with Bill Sheldon in 1931 and 1932. Also Richard Carlsberg's "A Royal Hunt for Blue Sheep" in Bhutan, Prentiss Gray's hunt in the Austrian Tyrol just after World War I, John Kauffmann's quest for Dall's sheep in the Brooks range of Alaska. More recent chapters cover Bill McCarty's "Honeymoon Cougar Hunt, " Theodore Roosevelt IV's experience teaching his young son conservation by releasing a huge striped bass, and finally General Norman Schwarzkopf's chapter on "Grizzly Bear Recovery." Dust jacket and book are Very Fine.
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