Ebenezer Teichelmann: Pioneer New Zealand Mountaineer, Explorer, Surgeon, Photographer, and Conservationist : Cutting Across Continents

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Tara-India Research Press, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 270 pages
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Composed of pioneering contributions to mountaineering, photography, health care, and the environment, the extraordinary life of Ebenezer Teichelmann--the early-20th-century New Zealander affectionately know as "the little doctor"--is explored in this biography. From his childhood to his studies in Australia and Europe and his rustic, conservationist adult life, a complete picture of this surgeon-general turned outdoorsman emerges. Surgeon, public health promoter, explorer, photographer, philanthropist, gardener, humanitarian, and soldier--all are essential facets of this fascinating and passionate man.

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Bob McKerrow has worked for the Red Cross in Asia for more than 25 years. He lived in Afghanistan in 1976 and from 1993 to 1996.

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