Longbows in the Far North (Google eBook)

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Stackpole Books, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 131 pages
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  • Exciting encounters with bears, moose, wolves, rams, and deer
  • 16 stories of bowhunting adventure in the Far North

    In this entertaining collection of memoirs, Don Thomas takes readers to places few will ever have a chance to explore. His deep respect for the wildness of nature is ever-present as he recounts the country, people, and animals he encountered during archery expeditions in Alaska and Siberia. Whether pursuing open-country caribou, stalking Russian rams, or quietly observing black bears on the coast of Alaska, Thomas's vivid descriptions of the Arctic wilderness convey the wonder inherent in the hunting experience.

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    Contents

    III
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    IV
    9
    V
    18
    VI
    26
    VII
    35
    VIII
    43
    IX
    50
    X
    58
    XII
    73
    XIII
    80
    XIV
    91
    XV
    96
    XVI
    106
    XVII
    113
    XVIII
    126
    Copyright

    XI
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    About the author (2007)

    E. Donnall Thomas Jr. lived and hunted in Alaska for many years. His essays and stories have appeared in Gray's Sporting Journal, Bowhunter Magazine, and Game Journal.

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