5 edition of Pioneers of the mountain forest found in the catalog.
Pioneers of the mountain forest
Christopher J. Healey
Bibliography: p. 59-61.
|Statement||Christopher J. Healey.|
|Series||Oceania monographs ;, 29, Oceania monographs ;, no. 29.|
|LC Classifications||GN671.N5 H42 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||90157069|
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Odell Mountain (9, ft or 2, m) The Pioneer Mountains are divided into two subranges by the paved Wise River Road: the East Pioneers and West Pioneers. The highest mountains in the entire range are in the East Pioneers - Tweedy Mountain and nearby Torrey Mountain, these two peaks are the highest on the Beaverhead National range: Beaverhead Mountains.
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Rich background to million acre forest fire, this book was a history lesson, a political lesson and a life lesson all rolled into one. I found Egan's writing evokes the sort of raw emotion of a good book while weaving in the difficult political and historical facts that provide by: “A ranger of any grade must be thoroughly sound and able-bodied, capable of enduring hardships and of performing severe labor under trying conditions.
He must be able to take care of himself and his horses in regions remote from settlement and supplies.” Forest Service Use Book, The man who sat at the roll top.
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During the descent from the mountain to the town, located on the shore of the lake, Marmaduke and his daughter meet four; among them - Richard Jones - the person very limited, but very ambitious, a liar and a braggart - a cousin of the judge. He rules the horses, and by his fault sleds hover over the precipice.
Pioneers of the mountain forest book The wounded young man jumps out. On the Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, you can travel the length of the Pioneer Mountain Range.
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Pioneers in the Great Smoky Mountains - Cataloochee Settlement Through rare historical and contemporary photographs, this program depicts life in the Cataloochee settlement during the 's. The. When reading this book by Cynthia Rylant, I felt like I was back there, almost able to smell the forest and grandma cooking dinner.
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shoestring, and ironweed, and snow-on-the-mountain. The old people in the mountains plant lindens to purify the forest, and to do away with the spells that come from the old.
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