|Statement||by Arthur Catherall ; Illustrated by Edward Osmond|
|Series||Criterion book for young people|
|Contributions||Osmond, Edward, illus|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||59012201|
Trapping the Boundary Waters: A Tenderfoot in the Border Country, (Midwest Reflections) Paperback – Ma by Charles Ira Cook Jr. (Author), Harry B. Cook (Introduction)/5(8). His book is written as the memoir of an old man looking back, so there are several stories that are pretty obviously tall tales embellished over time. His son wrote the forward to the book, and reminisces about stories his father told when he was a boy/5(14). INDIE AUTHOR AMY TUPPER published her first ebook, Tenderfoot, which mercifully, is better than the novel she wrote during high school. The good thing about her first book was that she stopped writing poetry full of teenage angst. The bad thing about it was having completed that, Amy moved onto other creative endeavors/5(11). Publisher's Summary Rugged and independent, the mountain men who live in the savage Rockies needed great courage just to survive. Not a day passed without wild animals, deadly cutthroats, or hostile elements threatening to destroy them.
This is the second audiobook in the "Wilderness Series". Up in the Rockies, where a man could live free, Nathaniel King and a rugged mountain man named Shakespeare McNair head for a rendezvous of trappers and fur traders. ROSE – The Mysterious Mother & the Tenderfoot Fur Trapper Poor Rose Gray’s husband has been murdered by outlaws, and his parents are demanding she leave her own home. She wraps her baby up tight in a blanket, and travels to Come-By-Chance where she meets a very young fur-trapper. Trapper’s Blood In the wild Rockies, a man had to act as judge, jury and executioner against his enemies. Only strong mountain men like Nathaniel King could outfight the savage Indians and bloodthirsty renegades roaming the unexplored territory/5(10). Arthur Catherall (–) was an English author, mostly of works for children.. Catherall was born in Bolton, the Second World War he served with the RAF in Burma and East also travelled widely in Europe, Africa and the Far East.A keen sailor, he also made several voyages in British trawlers to the fishing grounds off the coast of : 6 February , Bolton, England.
Tenderfoot Trapper. by Arthur Catherall. ISBN () Hardcover, J M Dent & Sons Ltd, Find This Book › Find signed collectible books: 'Tenderfoot Trapper' More editions of Tenderfoot Trapper: Tenderfoot Trapper: ISBN () Hardcover, J M Dent & Sons Ltd, ;. His book is written as the memoir of an old man looking back, so there are several stories that are pretty obviously tall tales embellished over time. His son wrote the forward to the book, and reminisces about stories his father told when he was a boy/5. Two relatively recent theories regarding Albert Johnson's identity have appeared in print. In the book "Trackdown" by Dick North, the mad trapper was identified as John Johnson from North Dakota. More recently, in the book "What Became of Sigvald Anyway" the mad trapper is identified as Sigvald Pedersen Haaskjold by Mark Fremmerlid. All Books in Great Condition unless otherwise Noted-Bobcat Connection The Professional System by Mel Hershberger--$ shipped--SOLD---The Canine Trapper's Encyclopedia by John W. Crawford--$ shipped-TRAPPING THE BOUNDARY WATERS A Tenderfoot In .