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Treasures of Alaska by Jeff Rennicke

Title Treasures of Alaska
Author Jeff Rennicke
Publisher National Geographic Society
Release 2010-01
Category Travel
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9781426205873
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Features the natural landscapes of Alaska, and profiles the people who live, work, and play there according to the laws of nature.

Alaska s Wildlife Treasure by Tom F. Melham

Title Alaska s Wildlife Treasure
Author Tom F. Melham
Publisher
Release 1994
Category Alaska's wildlife
Total Pages
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This Last Treasure by William Edward Brown

Title This Last Treasure
Author William Edward Brown
Publisher Alaska Natural History Assn
Release 1982
Category History
Total Pages 128
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Describes Alaska's national parklands in words and pictures drawn from earlier writings, etc., episodic and impressionistic.

Traces of Eden by Nishantha Gunawardena

Title Traces of Eden
Author Nishantha Gunawardena
Publisher Traces of Eden
Release 2005-01-01
Category Photography
Total Pages 159
ISBN 0976997207
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Experience the grandeur and splendor of the American wilderness as captured during the author's three-year journey across across the 50 states.

Title Animal Kingdoms
Author
Publisher National Geographic Society
Release 1995
Category National parks and reserves
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9780792227342
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Animal Kingdoms puts sanctuaries in perspective through the imagery of veteran writers and photographers. Kenneth Brower, whose career has taken him to many North American parks, explores the animal magic of greater Yellowstone. National Geographic senior writer Tom Melham draws on experiences of various South American assignments as he delves into that continent's zoological riches. While British author Anthony Smith recalls past and present wanderings in East Africa, fellow Briton Douglas Botting reminisces about Europe's diverse wildlife reserves. Asia specialist Patrick R. Booz visits India's Kaziranga, in the shadow of the Himalaya. Australian Graham Pizzey marvels at his country's unique refuges, especially a park known by the Aborigine-inspired name of Kakadu. Together, the six authors sample some of nature's most fascinating and diverse remnants: the world's animal kingdoms.

Will Hobbs by Hal Marcovitz

Title Will Hobbs
Author Hal Marcovitz
Publisher Infobase Learning
Release 2013-11
Category Authors
Total Pages
ISBN 1438147880
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Will Hobbs's outdoor adventure stories, such as;Down River, ;The Big Wander, ;and;Far North, ;transport boys and girls to wild places they may only have dreamed of.

Picture This Alaska by Deb Vanasse

Title Picture This Alaska
Author Deb Vanasse
Publisher ReadHowYouWant.com
Release 2011-03-01
Category
Total Pages 200
ISBN 1459612523
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In more than 100 historic photographs, this book captures the remarkable story of this vast and complex state. An elderly Inupiat woman is clearly pleased with her long line of drying fish fillets on a windy and sunny day. A pack train carries 1,200 pounds of gold destined for the First National Bank of Fairbanks. A man with suit and fedora plays a violin while sitting on a piece of ice in the Chena River. A posed shot from the turn of the century shows well-dressed women (likely prostitutes) in Klondike City. The passage of time reveals the change of structures from sod houses to tents to log cabins to detailed Victorian homes, but the indomitable spirit of the people remains evident across generations. Deb Vanasse's thoughtful text and expert selection of images - from snapshots to formal studies - bring a remarkable world to life for readers.

Alaska River Guide by Karen Jettmar

Title Alaska River Guide
Author Karen Jettmar
Publisher Menasha Ridge Press
Release 2008-06-28
Category Travel
Total Pages 328
ISBN 9780897327978
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The rich tapestry of Alaska is threaded together by 365,000 miles of waterways, from cascading mountain streams to meandering valley rivers, from the meltwaters of glaciers to broad rivers that empty into the sea. This guide profiles a wide variety of rivers from all over Alaska, concentrating on trips for intermediate boaters, and including a few major expeditions for the experienced river-runner. A section on gear outlines what to take into the backcountry.

Title Alaska s Wildlife Treasures
Author Tom Melham
Publisher National Geographic Society
Release 1994
Category Science
Total Pages 200
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Describes and illustrates the physical characteristics, habits, behavior, and habitats of Alaska's diverse wildlife population

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