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Driftwood Valley.

Driftwood Valley.

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Published by Forest Service, US Dept. of Agriculture, Manistee National Forest, Manistee Ranger District in Manistee, MI .
Written in English

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  • Camp sites, facilities, etc. -- Michigan.

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    Shipping list no.: 93-0537-P.

    ContributionsManistee Ranger District (Mich.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17750497M

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Author: Theodora C. Stanwell-Fletcher. The author's diary of two years in Driftwood Valley, British Columbia, collecting flora and fauna for the British Columbia Provincial Museum at Victoria.

The author's diary of two years in Driftwood Valley, British Columbia, collecting flora and fauna for the British Columbia Provincial Museum at Victoria, cf. Pref. Driftwood Valley is easily the best book written on an outdoor theme by a woman.

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Boston: Little Brown and Company. Good. Hardcover. Cloth. First edition, stated. pages. Sketches by John F. Stanwell-Fletcher. The author's diary of two years in Driftwood Valley, British Columbia, collecting flora and fauna for the British Columbia Provincial Museum at.

Driftwood Valley is easily the best book written on an outdoor theme by a woman. Why it remains buried in obscurity is a wonder. The best contemporary writing in the genre connot match it. Pilgrim at Tinker Creek comes close; but to read the two books successively is to realize the limitations of Annie Dillard.

Stanwell-Fletcher stands in /5(14). An account of two whole years in a cabin some hundred miles northeast of Hazleton, B. C., Driftwood Valley is primarily a beautifully reported study of wild life in that area; it is also an excellent treatise on living in that country, summer and winter, and on the habits of the native Indians.

Stanwell-Fletcher's (b. ) journal of the three years (in two visits) that she and her husband spent studying plant and animals from their log cabin in the wilderness of northern British Columbia during the late s and early s.

The edition published by Pages:. The book proved to be a journal of three years in the Driftwood River country of northern British Columbia by the author, Theodora Stanwell-Fletcher, and her husband, whom she calls "J." and whom the Indians called "Jack." These periods occurred between August and Januaryand between mid-February and mid-September of   Driftwood Valley by Theodora C.

Stanwell-Fletcher; 6 editions; First published in ; Subjects: British Columbia, Description and travel, Natural history, Biography.ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint.

Originally published: Boston: Little Brown, Description: xvii, pages: illustrations.