By Olaus J. Murie,Donald O. Murie
What Murie skilled on those travels used to be recorded within the sketchbooks and magazine that he continuously carried with him. with his interesting choice of pictures, they shape the foundation for a story that mixes a scientist’s eye for aspect and a naturalist’s reverence for wilderness.
Whether dogsledding, capturing rapids in a canoe, or dancing with Aleut Eskimos, Murie had a keenness for discovery and conservation that enlivens each web page of trips TO THE a ways NORTH.
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