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a006t.jpgDESCRIPTION: New condition hardcover coffee table book in new condition. Unstated FIRST EDITION, Mapping the World by Michael Swift, Chartwell Boons, Inc. C. 2006 Compendium Publ. Ltd. A history of maps and map making which details some 200 maps from around the world, from the earliest recorded examples to the end of the Nineteenth Century Illustrated in color throughout.
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a007t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two hardcover coffee table books with dj's. 1) Harper Collins, Atlas of World History, edited by Geoffrey Baraclough. Published 2003 by Borders Press in association with HarperCollins. C. Time Books, 2003. 2) Hammond World Atlas, Hammond World Atlas Corp, mapmakers for the 21st century, c. 2003, third edition.
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a009t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two large hardcover coffee table books. 1) New copy, The Wall Chart of World History from earliest times to the present, a facsimile edition. C. Third Millennium Press Limited, 1997. Six millennia of world history at a glance, in more than 400 illustrations. Through thousands of dates, facts and quotes, all in chronological sequence, a 30-foot, visual panorama of history literally unfolds, revealing untold treasures inside. Great empires, dynasties, rulers from King Solomon to the present day, exciting inventions, and dramatic discoveries: this magnificent, fully updated chart covers 40 centuries before Christ and 20 centuries after his birth. Based on the famous and now very rare Victoria wall chart, first published in 1890. 2) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Maps of North America by Ashley and Miles Baynton-Williams. Quercus, 'untitled map of the United States' 1783, c. 2008. The vignettes depict George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. There is a tear in the spine, see photo.
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a010t.jpgDESCRIPTION: The Rockies by David Muench and Marc Muench, c. 1997. Essay by James R. Udall, Graphic Arts Center Publ. From Banff to Taos, see the grandeur, the awe, and the intimate nature of this great Continental Divide that splits North America, east from west.
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a012t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Three beautiful hardcover, coffee table books with dj's, depicting everything about Italy. 1) Pizza & Pasta: over 160 step-by-step recipes. Barnes & Noble Books publ, 2003. C. 2003 Salamander Books Ltd. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 2) Wonders of Italy: A journey into Italian art, Traditions and natural wonders. White Star publ, c. 1998. 3) Italy: The Beautiful Cookbook, authentic recipes from the regions of Italy. Recipes by Lorenzade Medici, text by Patrizia Passigli. HarperCollins publ, c. 1996.
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a017t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two paperback books about our great state of Montana. 1) Montana by Norma Tirrell, photography by John Reddy. Compass American Guides, an imprint of Fodor's Travel Publ., c. 2002, fifth edition. A writing on ghost towns and rodeos, and the best of Montana's guest ranches Winter recreation in Montana's uncrowded ski areas Firsthand information on fishing and hiking in Montana's wilderness Scenic road trips with detailed, full-color maps Literary extracts by nature writers and cowboy poets Spectacular color photographs and archival images "John Reddy's color photographs capture the beauty of Big Sky Country, while Norma Tirrell's lively text and candid hotel and restaurant recommendations will have you ready and rarin' to go." 2) Moon Handbooks: Montana, fifth edition by W.C. McRae & Judy Jewell. Avalon Travel publ., c. 2002.
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a019t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Three paperback books referencing the National Parks. 1) Going to the Sun Road: Glacier National Park's Highway to the Sky by C.W. Guthrie. Farcountry Press, Helena, Montana, c. 2006. Unstated FIRST EDITION. Laborers toiled for nearly 20 years to complete the 50-mile road that winds an impossible route through the heart of Glacier. Guthrie tells the intriguing tale of the history and the construction of this epic road. Includes more than 60 b & w historic and color photographs, maps. 2) The Playground Trail, The National Park-to-Park Highway: To and Through the National Parks of the West in 1920 by Lee and Jane Whiteley, c. 2003. The book that inspired the PBS presentation of "Paving the Way, the National Park-to-Park Highway" by Brandon Wade. 3) Geology of National Parks, sixth edition by Ann Harris, Esther Tuttle and Sherwood Tuttle with included CD-Rom, c. 2004.
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a048t.jpgDESCRIPTION: A rare find indeed! Who doesn't love Glacier Park? Glacier: Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, including smooth stones, ripple marks, and water by George B. Robinson, Pocket Portfolio no. 12. C. 1998 by Tellurian Press Inc. Plus a 14 postcard book. Both in new condition!
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a059t.jpgDESCRIPTION: The only thing these books have in common is that they're all written in a foreign language. 1) Dutch - Aperitieven & Digestieven, Dranken om volmaakt van te genieten (drinks to enjoy perfect in) Lexicon by Tobias Pehle, R & B publ., c. 2005. 2) Dutch - Stadaard Woordenboek Nederlands, c. 2002. 3) Dutch - Kastelen Langs De Loire (Castles Along the Loire), Konemann publ, c. 1998. Plus two copies of Wines of South Africa, wine tour booklets.
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a067t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1) Wilderness Predators of the Rockies: The bond between predator and prey by Mike Lapinski, c. 2006, Falcon Guide, Helena, MT. This book takes readers on an in-depth journey into the secluded backcountry where legendary predators such as the mighty grizzly, taciturn wolverine, stately wolf, awesome jaguar, and other wild animals call home. Casting aside the canned, often misleading, biology often cited, this book offers a deeper understanding of wilderness and its predators and prey as well as an explanation about how humans fit into this fascinating cycle. 2) Canadian Rockies Panorama by Stephen Flagler, Altitude Publishing, c. 1999. This is one of the most popular books ever published on the Canadian Rockies, with over 150,000 copies sold in the last few years. The full-colour photos are displayed in a large landscape (horizontal) format.
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a071t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Four geological paperbacks. 1) Cataclysms on the Columbia by John Eliot Allen and Marjorie Burns, Timber Press, c. 1986. A Layman's guide to the features produced by the catastrophic Bretz floods in the Pacific Northwest. 2) Glacial Lake Missoula and its Humongous Floods by David Alt, c. 2001. Mountain Press Publishing Co., 2001. Unstated FIRST EDITION, 2nd printing. 3) On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods: A gelogical field guide to the Mid-Columbia Basin by Bruce Bjornstad, c. 2006, Keokee Books, second printing 2008. 4) Fire, Faults, and Floods: A road & trail guide exploring the origins of the Columbia River Basin by Marge & Ted Mueller, c. 1997, University of Idaho Press.
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a078t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Four Geological books, one hardback, new condition. 1) Scenic Trips to the Northwest's Geologic Past no. 2: Cataclysms on the Columbia by John Eliot Allen and Marjorie Burns, Timber Press. A Layman's guide to the features produced by the catastrophic Bretz floods in the Pacific Northwest. 2) Roadside Geology of Montana by David Alt and Donald W. Hyndman, c. 1986, Mountain Press Publ. 11th printing 2003. 3) Roadside History of Montana by Don Spritzer, c. 1999, Mountain Press publ. 1999, 4th printing May 2004. 4) Structural Geology by Haakon Fossen, c. 2010, Cambridge University Press, unstated FIRST EDITION.
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a079t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Dances with Light: The Canadian Rockies by Dawin Wiggett, c. 2005, Altitude publ. New condition hardcover with dj. The Canadian Rockies are a national treasure. For generations, visitors have come from all over the world to experience the astonshing scenery contained in the mountain national parks of Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, Yoho and Waterton. This gallery of photographs captures the essence of this magnificent wilderness in all it's changable moods; dramatic, exciting, colourful, raw, inviting.
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a098t.jpgDESCRIPTION: The Splendor of France: Chateaux, Mansions, and Country Houses by Laure Murat. Beaux Arts Editions, c. 1991 Rizzoli International publ. New condition but the dj is ripped on the top, front cover. The elegant chateaux, luxurious estates, and grand private residences built in France over the past centuries are spectacularly presented in this lavish volume. Covering more than forty properties scattered throughout France, from Brittany and Normandy to Aquitaine and Provence, this volume captures their diverse architecture, rich interiors, priceless furniture, painting, and sculpture collections, and fabulous gardens in all their glory.
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a113t.jpgDESCRIPTION: A fascinating, vintage real estate brochure, containing maps, game kill log, etc. of the Braulen Lodge in Scotland. One of Scotland's gret sporting estates set amidst the grandeur and seclusion of the Highlands. Renowned deer forest producing average of 84 states, grouse and ptarmigan shooting, salmon and trout fishing on 8 miles of the River Farrar & Lochs. Impressive 12 bedroomed lodge overlooking estate, 3 superbly located cottages, gret vairety of wildlife, fauna and flora. About 30,000 acres.
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a116t.jpgDESCRIPTION: The Map Book, edited by Peter Barber, c. 2005, Levenger Press, Walker Publishing Company. Unstated FIRST EDITION, hardcover coffee table book. A historic and lavish atlas, charting the progress of civilization as our knowledge of the world expanded. Simply organized as a progression through time, The Map Book collects some 175 maps that span four millennia - from the famed prehistoric Bedolina (Italy) incision in rock from around 1500 B.C. to the most modern, digitally enhanced rendering. Many of the maps are beautiful works of art in their own right. From Europe to the Americas, Africa to Asia, north to south, there are maps of oceans and continents charted by heroic adventurers sailing into the unknown, as accounts spread of new discoveries, shadowy continents begin to appear n the margins of the world, often labeled 'unknown lands.' Other maps had a more practical use: some demarcated national boundaries or individual plots of land; military plans depicted enemy positions; propaganda treatises showed one country or faction at an advantage over others.
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a125t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Unstated FIRST EDITION, Western Images, Western Landscapes: Travels Along U.S. 89 by Thomas R. and Geraldine R. Vale, The University of Arizona Press, c. 1989. Examines the landscape along Highway 89 from Arizona to Montana, and discusses how the region is changing. The Vales, geographers and authors of U.S. 40 Today, here cover 1500 miles, checking images against reality. Following U.S. Route 89 north, they pass through cities, ghost towns, bombing ranges, parklands; through desert, mountains, plains. While no single image appears dominant, the question of growth vs. preservation is always present. The authors conclude that the greatest threat to the character of the "Interior West" is increased numbers of people (and their encumbrances) rather than resource development. Neither a travel nor a guidebook, this would be useful as either; its forcefully delivered main point is to verify the different ways we value land. New condition hardcover, wrinkled dj.
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a135t.jpgDESCRIPTION: SIGNED, unstated FIRST EDITION hardcover with dj, new condition. Glacier's Historic Hotels & Chalets: View with a Room by Ray Djuff and Chris Morrison (signed), c. 2001. Farcountry Press, 2001. This unique book traces the creation and use of Great Northern Railway's hotels and chalet colonies in Glacier National Park and Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton Lakes National Park. Anecdotes, inside correspondence, and park and corporate lore. Covers history of the Great Northern Railway in both parks. Generously illustrated with color photographs of Great Northern promotional materials, as well as black-and-whites of guests and staff at play and work.
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a139t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Crown of the Continent: The last great wilderness of the Rocky Mountains by Ralph Waldt, c. 2004, Riverbend publ., Helena, MT. This award-winning title is a large book with 150 color photos of the Crown of the Continent ecosystem, which covers more than 10 million acres in Montana and Canada. Author Ralph Waldt, a professional naturalist with The Nature Conservancy, spent more than 30 years exploring the area, including many years at the Conservancy's Pine Butte Guest Ranch. In the book he vividly describes the area's ecology, wildlife, and wild places. New condition.
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a143t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Three Glacier National Park paperbacks. 1) Glacier National Park Legends and Lore Along Going-to-the-Sun Road by C.W. Guthrie, Farcountry Press, c. 2002. Stories and legends of the Kutenai and Blackfeet Indians, as well as from early whites in this region, plus geological information about the landforms "told" mile-by-mile by 19th-century mountain man Hugh Monroe, adopted by the Blackfeet as Rising Wolf. 2) 100 Beautiful Views of Glacier National Park by Roy E. Hughes, c. 2009. The Digital Block Print method that Hughes uses to captures Glacier National Park s famous vistas invokes nostalgia with bold colors and an old-time feel. 3) Glacier Album: Historic photographs of Glacier National Park by Michael J. Ober c. 2010, Riverbend publ.
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a145t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Five paperbacks in new condition that feature California. 1) Fodor's 2008 Northern California with Napa, Sonoma, Yosemite, San Francisco, and Lake Tahoe. Michael Nalepa editor, c. 1028 by Fodor's Travel. 2) Exploring San Luis Obispo County and nearby coastal areas by Ron Stob, c. 2000, 2nd printing, Central Coast Press. 3) Hill Guides Series, Napa Valley: Land of Golden Vines, 3rd edition by Kathleen Thompson and Gerlad N. Hill, c. 2003, The Globe Pequot Press. 4) Chronicles of California, Land in California: The story of mission lands, ranchos, squatters, mining claims, railroad grants, land scrip, homesteads by W.W. Robinson. C. 1948 by the Regents of the Univeristy of California, stated FIRST paperback printing 1979. 5) Find a California Home for $150,000 or less by Louise Lacey, c. 2002, Growing Native publ.
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a146t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Five paperbacks in new condition that feature California and what it has to offer. 1) Hidden Wine Country by Marty Olmstead and Ray Riegert, Ulysses Press, c. 2003. 2) Adventures in Dining: Napa Valley 2003 by Denise Schubert, Grapevine Press, c. 2003, 2nd printing. 3) Exploring San Luis Obispo County and nearby coastal areas by Ron Stob, c. 2000, Central Coast Press. 4) The Napa & Sonoma Book: A complete guide, 6th edition by Time Fish and Peg Melnik, Berkshire House publ, c. 2002. 5) Hidden Highways Northern California, 2nd edition by Richard Harris and Ray Riegert, Ulysses Press, c. 2003.
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a148t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two small hardcovers with dj's by Christine Barnes, W.W. West publ. Both are stated FIRST EDITIONS. 1) El Tovar at Grand Canyon National Park, c. 2001. 2) El Tovar Celebrating 100 Years, c. 2001. Stunning visual celebration of the centennial of the El Toval Hotel, which opened on January 14, 1905. This architectural treasure sits on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Writing in ink on front end paper.
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a149t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Three paperback National Park books. 1) National Parks: The American Experience, 4th edition by Alfred Runte, c. 2010, Taylor Trade Publ. 2) Park Prisoners: The untold story of Western Canada's National Parks, 1915-1946 by Bill Waiser, c. 1999. Fith House Ltd. publ. 3) The Fires of '88 by Ross W. Simpson, c. 1989, Yellowstone Park & Montana in Flames, published by American Geographic - Montana Magazine.
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a151t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1) Glacier National Park: The First 100 Years by C.W. Guthrie, unstated FIRST EDITION, Farcountry Press, c. 2008. features more than 200 exquisite landscape and historical photographs, as well as some of the finest artwork of the region and its people, including Charles M. Russell's sun-splashed paintings of Montana scenes, Winold Reiss's extraordinary portraits of the Blackfeet, Monte Dolack's vivid Glacier views, and Mel Ruder's Pulitzer Prize winning photographs. 2) Images of America, Glacier National Park by Bill Yenne, c. 206. Published by Arcadia Publ.
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a157t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Wild California: Vanishing Lands, Vanishing Wildlife, paperback. Text by A. Starker Leopold, photographs by Tupper Ansel Blake, c. 1985. A special edition for the California Nature Conservancy, published in cooperation with the University of California Press. This is a stunning photographic guide to the six major California regions-from the Sierra Nevada to the desert-and their wildlife. To A. Starker Leopold, conservationist, naturalist, wildlife biologist, and educator, the delicate balance between plants, animals, and humans in each community is precious and fragile. In a highly readable style that mingles authority and eloquence, Leopold reminds us of th aesthetic, educational, and scientific values of undeveloped land. Tupper Ansel Blake, naturalist and wildlife photographer, has contributed one hundred color images that marvelously convey the special beauties of this state.
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a161t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Three paperbacks all about Glacier Park, new condition. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, Man in Glacier by C.W. Buchholtz, publ. by Glacier Natural History Association, Inc, c. 1976. 2) All Aboard! For Glacier, The Great Northern Railway and Glacier National Park by C.W. Guthrie, c. 2004 Farcountry Press. Original photographs, posters, menus, postcards, and other rare materials support this fascinating pictorial history of the creation and promotion of the park by Great Northern as railroad barons raced west and competed for precious territory to expand their empires. 3) Geology Along Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana by Omer B. Raup, Robert L. Earhart, James W. Whipple, and Paul E. Carrara. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Park Service, c. 1983.
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a167t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1) Seattle: Now & Then by Paul Dorpat, c. 1984, 2nd edition. A collection of historical articles and documents of Seattle Washington, from its founding in 1852 up to the present day. Taken from a colleciton of newpaper articles written by Paul Dorpat for the Seattle Times. 2) Redwood: The story behind the scenery, edited by Mary L. Van Camp, fourth printing 1999. 3) Lassen Volcanic: The story behind the scenery, third print, 1998. 4) Mount St. Helens: The story behind the scenery, seventh printing, 2001.
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a169t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Spirit Bear: Encounters with the white bear of the Western Rainforest by Charles Russell, c. 2002, foreword by Andy Russell, Key Porter Books publ., second edition. Written with vivid detail and passion, Spirit Bear is the story of acclaimed naturalist Charles Russell's journey to study and learn from the extraordinary spirit bears on the remote Princess Royal Island.
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a173t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two softcover coffee table books, unstated FIRST EDITIONS. 1) Sedona: Treasure of the Southwest by Kathleen Bryant. A visual tour of Oak Creek Canyon and Red Rock Country. Northland publ, c. 2002. 2) Grand Canyon: Window of Time by Stewart Aitchison, Sierra Press. Panorama International Productions, Inc, c. 1999.
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a182t.jpgDESCRIPTION: A mix of seven books from around the world. 1) An Italian Education" The further adventures of an expatriate in Verona by Time Parks, c. 1995, 2) New hardcover, stated FIRST EDITION, Passage to Liberty: The story of Italian immigration and the rebirth of America by A. Kenneth Ciongoli and Jay Parini, c. 2002. 3) The Lost History of the Incas: The history, legends, myths and culture of the ancient native peoples of the Andes, with over 500 photographs, maps, artworks and fine art images by Dr. David M. Jones, c. 2007. 4) Wonderland: A photographer's journey into the Bisti by Eduardo Fuss, c. 2003. 5) Shakespeare Country by Susan Hill, c. 1987. 6) Prague: Past and Present by Claudia Sugliano, c. 2001. 7) National Geographic Picture Atlas of Our World, c. 1993.
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a195t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Three Dutch books and a brochure. 1) Bacterien Moeten Ook Leven (Bacteria Have to Live), c. 2008. 2) Practisch Leerboek, Voor Esperanto (practical reading book, for esperanto) by W. Grolleman, water stained. 3) Houdbaar & Heerlijk (Sustainable & Delicious) cookbook by Nick Sandler and Johnny Acton. The brochure is titled Sfeervol & authentiek Italie (atmospheric & authentic italy).
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a209t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Plan your North America vacation with these nine paperback travel guides. 1) The Green Guide: Canada with hotels and restaurants, Michelin Travel Publications, 2003. 2) FIRST EDITION, The Seattle & Vancouver Book by Ray Chatelin, c. 2005. 3) Eyewitness Travel Guides: Chicago, c. 2003. 4) Eyewitness Travel Guides: New Orleans, FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 2002. 5) Insiders Guide: Off the beaten path series - Indiana by Phyllis Thomas, 8th edition, c. 2005. 6) AAA - Tourbook: Arizona & New Mexico, c. 2003. 7) AAA - Tourbook: Michigan & Wisonsin, c. 2004. 8) AAA - Tourbook: New Jersey & Pennsylvania, c. 2004. 9) Eyewitness Travel Guides: Southwest USA & Las Vegas, FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 2001.
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a217t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Where and where not to travel. 1) Great American Drive of the West: 33 tours, 22 states, and more than 1400 listings, 2nd edition, Fodor's Travel Publications, c. 2004. 2) The Worst Towns in the USA by Maurice Crow, www.worsttownsusa.com publ, c. 2005. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 3) Reader's Disgest, Off the Beaten Path: A travel guide to more than 1000 scenic and interesting places still uncrowded and inviting with up-to-date state maps, newly revised and updated, c. 2009. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
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a224t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1) Alaska: Images of the country, photographs by Galen Rowell, text by John McPhee, A Sierra Club Book, c. 1981. 2) Salmon Nation: People, fish, and our common home, updated edition with a portfolio of original maps. Edward C. Wolf and Seth Zuckerman, editors, Ecotrust publ., c. 2003 revised edition.
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a237t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1) Glacier National Park: Legends and Lore along Going-to-the-Sun road by C.W. Guthrie, illustrated by Diane Krage, Farcountry Press c. 2002. 2) Lonely Planet - Banff, Jasper & Glacier National Parks by Korina Miller, Susan Derby, David Lukas, Lonely Planet Publ.c. 2004. Stated FIRST EDITION - March 2004.
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a264t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Travel with these paperbacks, new condition. 1) The 100 Best Art Town in America: A guide to galleries, museums, festivals, lodging, and dining, 4th edition by John Villani, c. 2005, The Countryman Press. 2) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Geography, 2nd edition by Joseph Gonzalez and Thomas E. Sherer Jr., Penguin Group c. 2004. 3) The Handy Geography Answer Book by Matthew T. Rosenberg, Visible Ink Press c. 2005.
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a272t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Three California paperbacks, new condition. 1) Postcard History Series: Resorts of Riverside County by Steve Lech, c. 2005. Arcadia publ. For all the faults attributed to the San Andreas, its one very soothing aspect has been an enormous spiderweb of cracks spreading throughout the geologic formations of what became Riverside County. These fissures yielded springs and grottos of warm waters to which thankful pioneers and snake-oil salesmen alike attributed curative powers. 2) California's El Camino Real and its historic bells by Max Kurillo and Erline M. Tuttle, Sunbelt Publ. c. 2000. Unstated FIRST EDITION. 3) A World Transformed: Firsthand accounts of California before the gold rush, edited with introduction by Joshua Paddison, c. 1999, Heyday Books publ.
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a286t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Our National Parks, photography by David Muench, essay by Ruth Rudner, c. MMV (2005), Graphic Arts Publ. Co. Award-winning photographer David Muench captures the well-visited park icons that millions of Americans love and cherish as well as the lesser-known and seldom seen wilderness areas of the parks, the untouched gems where few traveler's venture. Ruth Rudner's moving essay coupled with Muench's visual celebration of these great lands, brings to life everything from the Great Smokies to the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, to Bryce Canyon and hundreds of other unique images.
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a287t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Six books in Dutch or Danish. I'm going to write the titles in English only. 1) Everyone of Dinosaurs (still sealed in original plastic). 2) Wilhelm II Emperor of Germany. 3) Consider Us an Exception. 4) Human Bombs, what makes the suicide bomber? 5) The Art Guide: Symbolism and theme of classical, biblical and religious painting. 6) Enjoyment. All are in very good condition.
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a298t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two paperbacks reffering to points of interest. 1) Unstated FIRST EDITION, The Adirondacks by Nathan Farb, c. 1985. Rizzoli Internatinoal Publ. Stunning photographs capture the forest wilderness of New York's largest state park. 2) Montana and Idaho's Continental Divide Trail: The Official Guide, text by Lynna Howard, photography by Leland Howard, c. 2000. Published by Westcliffe Publ. Unstated FIRST EDITION.
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