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Guides of the Adirondacks: A History by…

Guides of the Adirondacks: A History

by Charles Brumley

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No profession in the last two centuries has had a more romanticized image than the Adirondack guide. Much of the history and folklore of the Adirondacks has the guide as the central character. Guides were instrumental in the opening of the wilderness to the general public. Stories, interviews and a list of guides fill this volume.

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