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In the Shadow of a Rainbow: The True Story of a Friendship Between Man and Wolf
Robert Franklin Leslie

W. W. Norton & Company, 1996

First published in 1974, this classic tale of friendship, courage, and the wild has captured hearts of all ages. In 1970, a young Indian who introduced himself as Gregory Tah-Kloma beached his canoe near the author's Babine Lake campsite in the backwoods of British Columbia. Night after night by the campfire, the young Indian told the remarkable story of his devotion to a pack of timber wolves and their legendary female leader: Náhani, "the ...


The Happy Hollisters at Snowflake Camp
Jerry West

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011

The Happy Hollisters at Snowflake Camp (#6 in the Happy Hollisters series) One day the Hollister children saw their grandparents on television. The show was featuring dog sled races during a yearly Canadian Trappers’ Carnival. Since the elder Mr. and Mrs. Hollister run a winter resort called Snowflake Camp in Canada, the children thought it would be a wonderful idea to ask their grandparents if they could visit them over the Thanksgiving ...


M*A*S*H Goes to Maine (MASH)
Richard Hooker

Pocket Books, 1975

Back from Korea and zanier than ever, those four irreverent military surgeons-Hawkeye, Trapper, Duke and Spearchucker-are eager and ready to operate again. This time it's on the crusty natives of Spruce Harbor, Maine.


Forgiven (Demon Trappers Book 3)

St. Martin's Griffin, 2012

Jana Oliver's third spellbinding Demon Trappers novel - following The Demon Trapper's Daughter and Soul Thief - brings all new thrills, as Riley Blackthorne takes on demons, love... and the future of the human race. The days are growing darker for 17-year-old demon trapper Riley Blackthorne. With her father’s reanimated body back safely, Beck barely speaking to her because of a certain hunky Fallen angel, and a freshly-made deal ...


Mountain Hawk
Charles G. West

Signet, 2001

Mountain man Trace McCall has seen enough of “civilization” to be content with a simple existence living off the land. He keeps mostly to himself—except for visiting with pretty neighbor Jamie Tresh and occasionally crossing paths with the local Blackfeet tribe. But forces beyond his control are about to put Trace’s peaceful life on the line. Trouble starts when he decides to help some homesteaders make their way to Fort Bridger. The ...


Keepers of the Gifts - A Game Warden Legacy
Tom Jahn

Whispering Pines Publishing, 2013

Whether following Tom on a summer boat patrol or on a frigid winter stakeout, you'll feel as if you are riding along with him on patrol as he catches deer poachers, fish trappers, and fur thieves. You will experience Tom's true story accounts of fighting wild fires, water rescues, and tragedies occurring in the outdoors. It contains the accounts and the observations of one of Indiana's finest conservation officers of all time. Tom's career was ...


Mash Goes to Maine
Richard hooker

Pocket, 1974

paperback, vg++


Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper

J. L. Bryan, 2014

Ellie Jordan’s job is to catch and remove unwanted ghosts. Part detective, part paranormal exterminator, Ellie operates out of Savannah, Georgia, the most haunted city in the United States. When a family contacts her to deal with a disturbing presence in the old mansion they’ve recently purchased, Ellie first believes it to be a typical, by-the-book specter, a residual haunting by a restless spirit. Instead, she finds herself ...


The Fur Seekers

Loose Cannon Ent., 2013

From the Authors of Nate Grisham: Black Mountain Man & A Southern Moon Rising Mountain men were an unforgiving bunch when it came to revenge and even a casual comment made to the wrong man at the wrong time could lead to death. Teenaged Joshua Franklin comes West with his pa to trade items from their store to trappers. When his father and workers are ambushed by Indians and killed, he is suddenly all alone in the wilderness. Pike, an old ...


Dersu the Trapper
V. K. Arseniev

Books on Tape

Vladimir Klavdievich Arseniev (1872-1930) undertook twelve major scientific expeditions between 1902 and 1930 in the Siberian Far East, and authored some sixty works from the geographical, geological, botanical, and ethnographic data he amassed. Among these, Dersu the Trapper has earned a privileged place in Russian literature. In this Russian counterpart to The Journals of Lewis and Clark and the novels of James Fenimore Cooper, Arseniev ...


The Company of Wolves
Peter Steinhart

Vintage, 1996

As wolves return to their old territory in Yellowstone National Park, their presence is reawakening passions as ancient as their tangled relations with human beings. This authoritative and eloquent book coaxes the wolf out from its camouflage of myth and reveals the depth of its kinship with humanity, which shares this animal's complex complex social organization, intense family ties, and predatory streak.


Terry C. Johnston

Domain, 1986

Borderlords, by Johnston, Terry C.


Flying North South East and West

Iuniverse, 2011

How can one pilot cram so much into a single lifetime? Climb into Captain Terry Reece's cockpit, fasten your seatbelt, and hold on for an exciting journey into the world of aviation. Born to a family of transplanted North Carolinians who moved to Washington State, a young Reece explored the hills of the Pacific Northwest. Hiking in the mountains and being a fire lookout gave him a taste of adventure, but he craved more-and he got it. Reece's ...


Dancing with the Golden Bear
Win Blevins

Forge Books, 2005

When the enigmatic Jedediah Smith, greatest of the mountain men, puts together a brigade of trappers for an expedition into the unknown territory of Mexican California , Sam Morgan joyfully joins up. With his Crow Indian wife Meadowlark and his coyote pup at his side, Sam sees the expedition as a chance for adventure -- and wealth. Captain Smith leads the group south in search of the the Buenaventura, a great river believed to connect the Great ...


Root Beer Lady: The Story Of Dorothy Molter
Bob Cary

Univ Of Minnesota Press, 2002

An ice-cold glass of root beer and a warm welcome greeted thousands of weary paddlers who stopped at the Isle of Pines to meet Dorothy Molter, the courageous, independent woman who became a North Woods legend. Bob Cary, Dorothy's longtime friend, captures the life and spirit of the Boundary Waters' last permanent resident, the Root Beer Lady.


Free Men (Temple Buck Quartet Book 2)

Christopher Matthews Publishing, 2011

In this, the second volume of the Temple Buck Quartet Free Men, 1824–1826 chronicles the exploits of Temple Buck and his rowdy trapper companions in the American Rocky Mountain fur trade from 1824—1826. They push ever farther west in their quest for beaver pelts, exploring new country and encountering fresh adventures, some of them welcome, others not at all. This well-researched tale, told in Temple’s own words, blends historical and ...


The Silence of the North
Olive A. Fredrickson, Ben East

The Lyons Press, 2000

Here is the incredible true story of one woman’s fight for survival in the Arctic wilderness. When she was nine years old, Olive Fredrickson witnessed her mother’s death in the Arctic wilderness. At nineteen, she married a trapper who led her into a perilous life far removed from the comforts of civilization. Told from a harrowing first-person perspective, Fredrickson recounts the hair-raising experiences of her first years in the frozen ...


The Fate of the Corps: What Became of the Lewis and Clark Explorers After the Expedition
Larry E. Morris

Yale University Press, 2004

The story of the Lewis and Clark Expedition has been told many times. But what became of the thirty-three members of the Corps of Discovery once the expedition was over? The expedition ended in 1806, and the final member of the corps passed away in 1870. In the intervening decades, members of the corps witnessed the momentous events of the nation they helped to form - from the War of 1812 to the Civil War and the opening of the transcontinental ...


Lord Grizzly (Bison Book)
Frederick Manfred

University of Nebraska Press, 1983

Hunter, trapper, resourceful fighter, and scout, Hugh Glass was just another rugged individual in a crowd of rugged men until he was mauled by a grizzly bear and left for dead by his best friends. They never expected to see him again. But they did, and he was not just Hugh Glass any more. He was Lord Grizzly. Lord Grizzly is the second volume of Frederick Manfred's acclaimed five-volume series, the Buckskin Man Tales.



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