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Wilderness women

Jean Johnston

Wilderness women

Canada"s forgotten history

by Jean Johnston

  • 38 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by P. Martin Associates in Toronto .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Women -- Canada -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 242.

      StatementJean Johnston ; drawings by Patricia Wilson Johnston.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1455.A3 J63 1976
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 242 p. :
      Number of Pages242
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4599284M
      ISBN 100887781276
      LC Control Number77362100

        This book pretty much covers everything for wilderness survival but it is big and heavy. Not exactly a book you would use as a field manual. Great over all book for wilderness survival. Many other survival books have been written from this or a service manuals like this.   View the stunning Macleod - pictures and the fascinating synopsis of the book "WOMAN IN THE WILDERNESS". Translated into Dutch in which became a Dutch BESTSELLER. German, French&Chinese (

      Enchanting retelling—and a Western States Book Award winner—of a tribal legend about two old women, left behind to die, who instead went on to survive and thrive. Wallis—one of 13 siblings with their roots in the Athabaskan tribe of Alaska—used to listen to her mother tell stories every night after the day's hard work was done. The story of the two old women was a Author: Velma Wallis.   In Revelat John describes the woman (who represents the saints) fleeing to the wilderness twice, first in verse 6, and again in verse In both verses, she has a place prepared for her by God. In both verses, she is nourished. In the woman's first flight to the wilderness, she stays in the.

      The second, better half of this book on wilderness careers for women consists of profiles of 15 such women—distinguishable from YA career-bait, however, only by the frequent reference to the women's youthfulness, vitality, and good looks and to their relationships with men (they command respect—but have a high incidence of divorce).   With Johanna Benyon, Molly Bolt, Mark Caven, Jim Dunk. Alice, a mild-mannered librarian, has a bizarre secret: once a month she turns into a werewolf. Struggling with her affliction, she becomes involved in a strange triangle between her analyst and another man who may be the key to salvation/10().


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