Voyage of the Ant

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Stackpole Books, 1989 - Nature - 154 pages
The author recounts his journey up the Connecticut River to Canada in a hand-built birchbark canoe, a voyage made in an attempt to rediscover the world of the Indians who once traveled those same waters

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An engineer who finds modern life unnecessarily intricate, Dina is fascinated with our cultural past, the reality of simpler times. He taught himself to weave baskets, fire pots, preserve corn, forage ... Read full review

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