The pioneer woodsman as he is related to lumbering in the Northwest. George Henry Warren.
The pioneer woodsman as he is related to lumbering in the Northwest
The pioneer woodsman as he is related to lumbering in the Northwest

The pioneer woodsman as he is related to lumbering in the Northwest

Minneapolis: [privately printed for the author by] Hahn & Harmon Co., 1914. Large 8vo, pp. 184; photographic portrait frontispiece of the author, 29 plates; contemporary three-quarter brown straight-grain morocco over tan boards, gilt spine, some of the leather a bit toned; Edward Chenery Gale's bookplate on front pastedown endpaper. Presentation copy inscribed by the author to Gale, Minneapolis, January 31, 1921. An account of the pioneer woodsmen in upper Michigan, Wiscionsin and Minnesota, who, for weeks at a time, lived alone in the unbroken forest, seldom sleeping more than a single night in one place, frequently in the company of Indians. Item #38240

Price: $275.00

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