An Adirondack Passage: The Cruise of the Canoe Sairy Gamp

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, Apr 1, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 230 pages
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Chronicles the author's 140-mile canoe odyssey through New York's Adirondack wilderness, retracing the 1880s' travels of outdoorsman George Washington Sears, as she meditates on the history of the region, its natural wonders, and the impact of human encroachment.

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AN ADIRONDACK PASSAGE: The Cruise of the Canoe Sairy Gamp

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Nearly a hundred years after a 19th-century writer paddled and portaged 266 miles through the Adirondack wilderness in a nine- foot, ten-and-a-half-pound canoe, writer/editor Jerome, inspired by that ... Read full review

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After visiting the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, New York, the author became intrigued with George Washington Sears (pen name Nessmuk), a late 19th-century outdoors writer who at age 61 ... Read full review


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