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1 Auerbach, Paul S. Medicine for the Outdoors : The Essential Guide to Emergency Medical Procedures and First Aid
Globe Pequot Press 2003 1585747882 / 9781585747887 First Edition Trade Paperback Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 

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2 Manning, Tracy Stone & Miller, Emily (editors) The River We Carry With US - Two Centuries of Writing from the Clark Fork Basin
Livingston, MT Clark City Press 2002 0944439071 / 9780944439074 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine Limited Edition 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Wilson, Mark Alan 
x, 246 pp. Hardcover, one of the two limited editions issued, this being one of 150 un-numbered copies in a Russ Chatham illustrated dustjacket: 'The Clark Fork in Deer Lodge Valley'. In forest green silk covered boards, with gilt lettering, within custom endpapers. Uncommon in either hardcover edition. A project of the Clark Fork Coalition, this anthology explores life in western Montana's Clark Fork River basin. Some of Montana's finest writers, from the past and present, write about landscape and history: In grand sweeps and intimate recollections, taking the reader on a journey from the mining scars of the upper Clark Fork to the trout filled Big Blackfoot, to the calm waters of the Bitterroot and, finally, to the cool depths of Idaho's Lake Pend Oreille. Starting with a foreword from William Kittredge, the collection of voices speaks to our changing, and yet constant, relationship with the river. Historical pieces, such as a travelogue in Harper's Magazine in 1894 and an account of a float trip down the Bitterroot in 1883, are juxtaposed against the work of over twenty (24) of Montana's best contemporary writers, including Duncan Adams, Sandra Alcosser, Rick Bass, James Lee Burke, Colin Chisolm, Phil Condon, Edwin Dobb, David James Duncan, Debra Earling, Bruce Farling, Ian Frazier, Dan Flores, George Grant, Fred Haefle, William Kittredge, Richard Manning, Mark Medvetz, Ginny Merriam, Norman Maclean, Jack Nisbet, Caroline Patterson, Annick Smith, Donald Snow, & Bill Vaughn. Beautiful landscape photographs by Mark Alan Wilson enrich the text. 
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3 Manning, Tracy Stone & Miller, Emily (editors) The River We Carry With US - Two Centuries of Writing from the Clark Fork Basin
Livingston, MT Clark City Press 2002 0944439071 / 9780944439074 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine Limited Edition 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Wilson, Mark Alan Signed by Authors
x, 246 pp. Hardcover, one of the two limited editions issued, this being one of 150 un-numbered copies in full dark brown leather covered boards, with gilt lettering, within custom buckskin colored endpapers. Signed* by sixteen of the twenty-three still living authors. Of these 150 copies printed, 50 copies were sold with a suite of four lithographs from the Clark Fork River basin that artist Russell Chatham created in 2001: Summer on the Clark Fork, Afternoon on Rock Creek, Autumn in the Bitterroot Valley, and Dusk on the Blackfoot. Uncommon in either hardcover edition. A project of the Clark Fork Coalition, this anthology explores life in western Montana's Clark Fork River basin. Some of Montana's finest writers, from the past and present, write about landscape and history: In grand sweeps and intimate recollections, taking the reader on a journey from the mining scars of the upper Clark Fork to the trout filled Big Blackfoot, to the calm waters of the Bitterroot and, finally, to the cool depths of Idaho's Lake Pend Oreille. Starting with a foreword from William Kittredge, the collection of voices speaks to our changing, and yet constant, relationship with the river. Historical pieces, such as a travelogue in Harper's Magazine in 1894 and an account of a float trip down the Bitterroot in 1883, are juxtaposed against the work of over twenty (24) of Montana's best contemporary writers, including Duncan Adams, Sandra Alcosser*, Rick Bass*, James Lee Burke*, Colin Chisolm*, Phil Condon*, Edwin Dobb*, David James Duncan*, Debra Earling*, Bruce Farling, Ian Frazier, Dan Flores*, George Grant, Fred Haefle, William Kittredge*, Richard Manning, Mark Medvetz*, Ginny Merriam*, Norman Maclean, Jack Nisbet, Caroline Patterson, Annick Smith*, Donald Snow*, & Bill Vaughn*. Beautiful landscape photographs by Mark Alan Wilson enrich the text. 
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4 National Sportsman (editor) The Sportsman's Yearbook
Boston National Sportsman, Inc 1940 First Edition Trade Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
[4], 199 pp. Book: Some cover soiling Various Authors. Sections on Shooting, Fishing, Camping, Boating, Dogs. A fly section by Charles Wetzel 
Price: 5.40 USD
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