Leaning Sycamores: Natural Worlds of the Upper Potomac

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"The persistent theme... is water and trees," Jack Wennerstrom writes of the upper Potomac. "The recurring signposts of gnarled and woody glory are the sycamores, which lean along the banks like static titans... great flawed and broken windmills to be tilted at by madmen. I am one of those madmen." Jack Wennerstrom's passionate and abiding interest in the Potomac makes him the ideal guide to the river and its environs. In Leaning Sycamores, he invites us to explore the rugged beauty and rich human history of the Potomac's ...

Leaning Sycamores: Natural Worlds of the Upper Potomac 1996, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801851896

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