by William Beebe
Publisher: Henry Holt & Co. 1920
Number of pages: 297
William Beebe is a good writer, a trained scientific observer, and an enterprising and adventurous traveler. The jungle he herein describes is that of Guiana; and in the introductory chapters he gives cameos of what one sees sailing southward through the lovely islands where the fronds of the palms thrash endlessly as the warm trade blows.
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by Edwin C. Alberts - National Park Service
Rocky Mountain National Park comprises 400 square miles of the Front Range. There are more than 65 named peaks exceeding 10,000 feet. The Continental Divide separates slopes draining to the Pacific Ocean from those draining to the Gulf of Mexico.
by A. J. Kenealy - The Outing Publishing Co.
The book is written in a simple sailorly style for all lovers of the sea and boats. All the hints and directions given in these chapters may be followed with profit on the Pacific Coast as well as on Lake Michigan or on the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
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This Bulletin has been prepared in response to many requests from hunters, ranchers, telephone construction personnel, Boy Scouts and others who spend much time outdoors, for a concise and illustrated guide to the poisonous snakes of Texas.
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The chief attraction that inspired Thoreau to make the trip was the primitiveness of the region. Here was a vast tract of virgin woodland, peopled only with a few loggers. No one could have been better fitted than Thoreau to enjoy such a region.