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Man of the Woods

Nature Writing
By: Herbert F Keith(Author), Paul F Jamieson(Introduction By)
277 pages, 42 photos
Man of the Woods
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  • Man of the Woods ISBN: 9780815601265 Paperback Dec 1972 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Herbert F. Keith lives between two worlds and is at home in both. His is the last mown lawn at the edge of the village. South of the iron stakes that mark his property line are twenty-one air miles of unbroken Adirondack forest preserve, all the way past the headwaters of the Oswegatchie and the Beaver Stillwater to Big Moose.

His book tells the story, in words and forty-two cherished photographs, of the unique community of Wanakena, a lumber camp that grew into a village and a village that can no longer grow because of the surrounding forest preserve; of the guides of the Oswegatchie River, Wilfred Morrison in particular; of the great green forest that has survived logging, fire, blowdown, and the use and abuse of sportsmen.

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Nature Writing
By: Herbert F Keith(Author), Paul F Jamieson(Introduction By)
277 pages, 42 photos
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