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Description:has inscription to former owner inside. xxiv, 264 p. illus.,...has inscription to former owner inside. xxiv, 264 p. illus., maps. 21 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Maps. Bibliography: p. 257-259. A classic Maine book.
Description:Very good+ in green cloth covered boards with the outer edges of...Very good+ in green cloth covered boards with the outer edges of the boards slightly faded as are the head and heel of the spine with a small prior owner's book plate on the front free end paper. In a very good+ unclipped dust jacket with tanning to the spine area and to the first inch of the front panel. The 58th volume in The Rivers of America Series. With illustrations by George Loh. (Fitzgerald, p.229)
Description:Very Good. 0896210006. Illustrated by George Loh. 264 pages,...Very Good. 0896210006. Illustrated by George Loh. 264 pages, illustrations, maps, pictorial wrappers, very good. Reprint. From the publisher: This remote region, once the hunting ground of the Abnaki Indians, still remains a woodman's world of paddle and portage, of wild trout, of the night crying loon. The Allagash story is more than colorful, it is unique in American history. It is rife with many stories-of wilderness lovers like Thoreau, of poachers, of guides, of map-makers, of lumber barons and of game wardens who risked their lives to protect this last bit of American wilderness. A native of Maine, Lew Dietz chronicles them all. Through his love of the out of doors, the sights, the sounds and the smells of the Allagash, its great stands of evergreen, its animal dwellers, Mr. Dietz tells us how the Allagash came to be what it is.
Description:Illustrated by George Loh. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. ...Illustrated by George Loh. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Book: Minor dust along top edge, brown spot of front free endpaper; , gift inscription, owner's name; Dust Jacket: White-shows some dust, several tiny tears at top edge, price clipped; Rivers of America.
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