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Pringrove Through the Years (Second Edition, Revised).
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Pringrove Through the Years (Second Edition, Revised).

By Kase, Edmund H., Jr.

Self-Published.. Very Good+. 1975. Hardcover. 8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; iii - 237 pp. Dr. Kase (1905-1999) bought the Barnet cottage on Brule Lake in Algonquin Park in 1937 and renamed it Pringrove. In this memoir, he tells of his canoe trips in Algonquin starting in 1932 and of his many visitors, including the Grove City College Outing Club. There is a lot of Algonquin Park history here as well as many, many photos of people and places - Mosie LeMab, Jack Luckasavitch, Robert Alrich, lumber camps, saw mills, ranger cabins, Alec Barnet. Inscribed and dated by Kase on front free endpaper. Teal blue cloth-covered boards with gilt lettering on spine and front board. Very minor shelfwear on boards; a clean, sturdy copy. A clear and removable archival cover has been fitted.; Signed by Author .

$60.00

Algonquin Park Through Time And Space. The History Of Algonquin Park  Told With Satellite Imagery And Computer Graphics
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Algonquin Park Through Time And Space. The History Of Algonquin Park Told With Satellite Imagery And Computer Graphics

By Ahern, Frank

Toronto, Ontario.: Warwick Publishing Inc.. Fine. 2006. First Edition. Softcover. 1894622723 . 4to - 27.5 cm x 21 cm; 48 pp. Staple bound. Professor Ahern brings his experience, skills and love of the outdoors to provide a unique view of Ontario's Algonquin Park. Profusely illustrated with full colour photographs, maps and charts with many of the photographs being satellite images. A new and unused copy. .

$15.00

Joe Lake: Reminiscences of an Algonquin Park Ranger's Daughter.
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Joe Lake: Reminiscences of an Algonquin Park Ranger's Daughter.

By Wright, H. Eleanor Mooney.

Eganville, Ontario.: HEW Enterprises,. Fine. 1999. First Edition. Softcover. 0968602509 . 4to - 27.5 x 21.5 cm.; xviii - 126 pp. Signed by the author on the title page. Wright grew up in Algonquin Park and describes the memories she has of one the remote park communities - Joe Lake. Illustrated with many photographs and maps. Well researched with notes, bibliography and general index. An as-new and unused copy.; Signed by Author .

$19.00

Algonquin Wildlife: Lessons in Survival.
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Algonquin Wildlife: Lessons in Survival.

By Quinn, Norm.

Toronto, Ontario.: Natural Heritage / Natural History Inc.. Fine. 2002. Softcover. 10896219284 . 8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; ix - 246 pp. Algonquin Park was the first provincial park in Ontario and has obtained world reknown for the variety of its wildlife and habitats. Quinn, a park management biologist, looks at the research done in the park with an eye to making the results accessible to the lay person. Includes bibliographical references and an index. Foreword by Dan Strickland - perhaps Algonquins most well known chief park naturalist (1970 - 2000). .

$12.00