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Life With Noah: Stories and Adventures of Richard Smith with Noah John…

by William J. O'Hern

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Step back in time to the old ways of life in the rugged Adirondack Mountains. Richard "Red" Smith was a woodsman: a fisherman, trapper, hunter and loyal friend of Noah John Rondeau. In the final years of Smith's life he spent many hours relating these stories of his life to the author. Noah taught him the skills and the way of life in the mountains, and divulged to him his secret writing code. Smith, in turn, has now passed it to O'Hern, who shares it with the reader.

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