Women in the wilderness

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Harper & Row, Nov 1, 1980 - Medical - 161 pages
Recounts the author's experiences in the wilds and those of other women diving, whitewater rafting, and mountaineering, and provides an historical perspective of women and outdoor activity

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Contents

first allwomens Grand Canyon rafting trip
9
THE NATURE OF THE SEABED
27
women adventurers of the past
47
Copyright

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About the author (1980)

Born and raised in Texas, China Galland is the award-winning author of "Longing for Darkness" and "The Bond Between Women". She received a Hedgebrook Writers Invitational Residency and has won awards for her writing from the California Arts Council. Galland is a professor in residence at the Center for the Arts, Religion, and Education at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, where she directs the Keepers of Love Project. She lectures, teaches, and leads retreats nationally and internationally on religion, race, and reconciliation.

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