Adventures in a Man's World

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Stackpole Books, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 246 pages
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How does it happen that a nice, upper-class city girl, born at the turn of the 20th century and raised to expect a life of pampered luxury, finds herself shivering in a frigid Saskatchewan duck-blind? Her husband, John Borden, was an avid sportsman, and she accepted his invitation to join in the action. So, the early-twentieth-century woman takes up upland bird shooting, waterfowling, fly fishing, and other outdoor sports. Adventures in a Man's World is a bracing collection of smartly crafted hunting stories
 

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Contents

CHAPTER FACE
3
AND JAKE 2 JAKE REDEEMS HIMSELF
40
SPRING
54
LURE OF THE sALVELINUS FONTINALIs
69
HUNTING THE GREAT BROWN BEAR
89
FOUR THOUSAND WALRUS
122
VHI WHITE KING OF THE NORTH
147
QUEST OF THE STEELHEAD WHEN
167
THREE BIG RAINBOWS
186
QUAIL AT GLENWILD
203
xn mary
217
APPENDIX
242
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