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The American West; a natural history

Author: Ann Sutton; Myron Sutton; Ansel Adams
Publisher: New York, Random House [1969?]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Many striking colored and black-and-white photographs illustrate a lucid and attractively written text which deals by geographic areas with the geology, ecology, flora, and fauna of the western United States, Alaska, and Canada and the changes destructive and constructive wrought by man there.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Sutton; Myron Sutton; Ansel Adams
OCLC Number: 34577
Notes: "A Chanticleer Press edition."
Description: 270 pages illustrations (some color), maps 33 cm
Contents: Sun, sand and saguaros: the hospitable desert --
Southwestern plateaus: high, wide, and lonesome --
Hundred worlds of the Grand Canyon --
Enchanted circle: Four Corners country --
Lesser known places of the canyonlands --
High peaks and fossil beds: the southern Rockies --
Wilderness of wonders: the middle Rockies --
Secrets of the basin and range province --
Treasures of the high Sierra: John Muir's range of light --
Of forest and sea: exploring the Pacific coast --
Volcano country: north to the Cascades --
Hidden trails in the northern Rockies --
Badlands: "Hell with the fires out" --
In the wilds of western Canada --
By fiord to Alaska, nature's last frontier --
Prospects for nature in the west.
Responsibility: [by] Ann and Myron Sutton. Photos. by Ansel Adams [and others].

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Many striking colored and black-and-white photographs illustrate a lucid and attractively written text which deals by geographic areas with the geology, ecology, flora, and fauna of the western United States, Alaska, and Canada and the changes destructive and constructive wrought by man there.

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