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📒The Grizzlies Of Glacier ✍ Warren Leonard Hanna
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📒The Grizzly ✍ Enos A. Mills
✏The Grizzly Book Summary : It would make exciting reading if a forty-year-old grizzly bear were to write his autobiography. Beginning with the stories from his mother of the long and exciting journey of his ancestors from far-off Asia and of her own struggle in bringing up her family, and then telling of his own adventurous life and his meetings with men and with other animals, he could give us a book of highly dramatic quality. Just what a wise old grizzly would say while philosophizing concerning the white race would certainly be of human interest and rich in material for literature.
✏The Grizzly Bear Book Summary : From the Foreword?The Grizzly Bear by William H. Wright, first published in 1909, is one of the best all-around books ever written on the subject. It is both highly informative and entertaining. . . . Wright began as a bear-hunter, and an extraordinarily successful one. He pitted his own strength, endurance, ingenuity, skill, knowledge, and craftiness against that of the grizzlies. . . . His most remarkable achievement as a hunter was killing five grizzlies with five shots, which he called "the greatest bag of grizzlies that I have ever made single-handed." . . . His book shows a hunter becoming a naturalist: Wright first studied the grizzly in order to hunt him, then he came to hunt him in order to study him. The Grizzly Bear treats the early history of the grizzly as recorded by the white man and the life and escapades of James Capen ["Grizzly"] Adams, and most important it recounts the true-life experiences of Wright himself. Although I have spent some eighteen years studying the grizzly, eight of them intensively, there are few points on which I would take issue with the accuracy of Wright's observations o his interpretations of what he saw?Frank C. Craighead, Jr.
📒Cowboys Mountain Men And Grizzly Bears ✍ Matthew P. Mayo
✏Cowboys Mountain Men and Grizzly Bears Book Summary : From slaughters, shootouts, and massacres to maulings, lynchings, and natural disasters, Cowboys, Mountain Men, and Grizzly Bears cuts to the chase of what draws people to the history and literature of the Wild West. Matthew P. Mayo, noted author of Western novels, takes the fifty wildest episodes in the region’s history and presents them in one action-packed volume. Set on the plains, mountains, and deserts of the West, and arranged chronologically, they capture all the mystique and allure of that special time and place in America’s history. Read about: John Colter’s harrowing escape from the Blackfeet Hugh Glass’s six-week crawl to civilization after a grizzly attack Janette Riker’s brutal winter in the Rockies John Wesley Powell’s treacherous run through the rapids of the Grand Canyon The Earp Brothers’ hot-tempered gun battle at Tombstone General Custer’s ill-advised final clash with the Sioux
📒The Lost Grizzlies ✍ Rick Bass
✏The Lost Grizzlies Book Summary : The author recounts his quest for grizzly bears in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, where they have long been thought extinct, describing the dangers and clues along the way and the mystery and beauty of an endangered animal.
📒Lewis And Clark ✍ John Bakeless
✏Lewis and Clark Book Summary : First authoritative biography of two great explorers, based on original research and diaries of expedition members. Danger, hardships, Indian customs and lore, much more. 29 illustrations. 7 maps.
📒The Art Of Hunting Big Game In North America ✍ Jack O'Connor
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📒The Grizzly Bear Portraits From Life ✍ Edgar Haynes
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📒Black Clouds And Epitaphs ✍ Pete Peterson
✏Black Clouds and Epitaphs Book Summary : In 1865, Trace Garrett, a war-weary and haggard young man returns to his Missouri farm to find that his kid brother, Charlie, has been lynched by a brutal band of seven Yankee raiders. Only the fast action of old Jason, the family's black retainer, saved the boy. Jason dispatches Trace to the house, where he finds his father slain, his mother ravaged, mutilated and murdered ...
✏Nature Magazine Book Summary : An illustrated monthly with popular articles about nature.