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Bitterroot : echoes of beauty and loss

Author: Steven Faulkner
Publisher: New York, NY : Beaufort Books, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
Summary:
Steven Faulkner and his eighteen-year old son, Alex, follow the trail of Lewis & Clark. By road, foot, mountain bike, and canoe, Steven and Alex experience the vast landscape and try to capture an understanding of the wild northwest.
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Genre/Form: Travel writing
Named Person: Steven Faulkner; Steven Faulkner
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven Faulkner
ISBN: 9780825307928 0825307929
OCLC Number: 939996284
Notes: "A father and son on the trail of Lewis & Clark"--Jacket.
Description: 377 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Contents: The Oregon Trail --
Ash Hollow --
Fort Laramie --
Desert --
Alex --
Rock Springs --
Rendezvous --
De Smet and the Salish --
Lewis and Clark --
Lemhi Pass --
Shoshone --
Manhood --
The Bitterroots --
Lewiston --
Wendover Bridge --
The Lolo --
The Nez Perce --
Sleepy Bear and Crazy Bear --
Mark and son --
Murder and petroglyphs --
The Selway --
The Clearwater --
Sparky and Smoky vs. the Feds --
To jump or not to jump --
Liberty Bell --
Onion Man and Knife Ladies --
Wind --
Aliens --
Crawdad Man and a nervous Houdini --
Dammed --
Fort Clatsop and thieves --
The Nez Perce again --
Cut nose, twisted hair, and broken arm --
Justin --
Stopped on the Lolo --
Bubba --
High up the Lolo --
Lewis east --
Clark south --
Blackfeet --
The Lolo again --
Watchers --
Treefalls --
Pursuit and escape --
Three devils and the antler artist --
De Smet and the Bitterroot --
A wild and difficult ride --
The old mission and the brothel --
Bitterroot --
Big Hole --
Heading home --
De Smet and the Sioux --
Ash Hollow again --
Basque festival --
The wanderer --
Standing Bear and Iron Hail --
These vanishing hills --
The Bear.
Responsibility: Steven Faulkner.

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Steven Faulkner and his eighteen-year old son, Alex, follow the trail of Lewis & Clark. By road, foot, mountain bike, and canoe, Steven and Alex experience the vast landscape and try to capture an understanding of the wild northwest.

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