SAM O. WHITE, ALASKAN: TALES OF A LEGENDARY WILDLIFE AGENT AND BUSH PILOTby: Jim Rearden
White was a tough, deep-voiced, 6-foot tall, 200 pound former Marine, lumberjack & guide. From 1922, he crisscrossed wild Alaska by foot, with pack horses, dog teams, canoe, riverboat & airplane. Here is his story. 77 Photos & maps; 7×9 inches, 410 pgs.
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From 1922, for half a century he crisscrossed wild Alaska by foot, with pack horses, dog teams, canoe, riverboat & airplane. He helped map the Territory. He trapped fur. He became the world’s first flying game warden. White wrote exciting tales about his Alaska adventures. Those writings make up the bulk of this volume.
Publisher: PICTORIAL HISTORIES PUB CO
Publish Date: 06-30-2009