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Two in the Far North

Author: Margaret E Murie; Olaus Johan Murie; Terry Tempest Williams
Publisher: Anchorage : Alaska Northwest Books, 1997, 1957. © 1997.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : Fifth edition 1997View all editions and formats
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Details the author's life, describing her loving relationship with Alaska from her first visit as a child, till her work as a wilderness activist.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Margaret E Murie; Margaret E Murie
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret E Murie; Olaus Johan Murie; Terry Tempest Williams
ISBN: 088240489X 9780882404899
OCLC Number: 45131757
Notes: Autobiographical.
Description: 369 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface --
Foreword / by Terry Tempest Williams --
pt. 1. Fairbanks --
1. To the North --
2. Freeze-up --
3. The town --
4. Winter --
5. Mail day --
6. Spring --
7. Summer --
8. The trail --
9. And over the mountains --
pt. 2. The Upper Koyukuk --
10. Home to romance --
11. Anvik --
12. Nulato --
13. Willow River --
14. Alatna --
15. "And beyond" --
16. Bettles --
17. One day of it --
18. On the river ice --
19. Wiseman --
20. The mountains --
21. Southward --
pt. 3. The Old Crow River --
22. Tanana and Yukon --
23. The Porcupine --
24. The Old Crow --
25. By main strength --
26. Geese --
27. Downstream --
pt. 4. Sheenjek --
28. North again --
29. At Lobo Lake --
30. Both sides of the River --
31. Up the valley --
32. Tundra and mountain --
33. Caribou --
34. To the head of the river --
35. Autumn in August --
pt. 5. Return to the mountains --
36. Again north --
37. Sheenjek again --
pt. 6. Afterward --
38. 1967 Alaska --
39. Another New Alaska: 1975 --
Outside: 1975-1989.
Responsibility: Margaret E. Murie ; illustrations by Olaus J. Murie ; with a new foreword by Terry Tempest Williams.

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Details the author's life, describing her loving relationship with Alaska from her first visit as a child, till her work as a wilderness activist.

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