Adirondack Maps & Books

<U>Maps</u><U>Children's Books</u><u>Wildlife</u>
<u>Hiking</u><em>Transitions: Notes on a Proud Past with Attention to Future Annals</em><br>By William C. Frenette
<em>Adirondack Cookbook</em><br>By Hallie Bond and Stephen Topper
<em>Conquering the Wild: A Novel of the Life and Times of the First Settlers of Long Lake, New York</em> By Gail Huntley
<em>Adirondack Treasure: The Bonaparte Legacy</em> <br>by Matthew J. Glavin
<em>Woodswoman</em><br>by Anne LaBastille
<em>Trees of New York</em> <br>by Stan Tekiela
<em>The Adirondacks: In Celebration of the Seasons</em><br>  by Mark Bowie
<em>Far Alaska</em> <br>by Mason Smith
<em>Blunt Force Winds</em> by Gail Huntley
Women on Water
<em>The Adirondacks</em> By Carl Heilmann II
<em>Adirondack Camps & Hunts</em> By Robert Elinskas
<em>Tale of an Adirondack Guideboat and How to Build One</em><br> by Gordon Fisher
<em>Guideboat Paddles: An Adirondack Treasure</em> <br> by Gordon Fisher
<em>Adirondack Hunter and Trappers: Back Then and Now</em><br> by Robert Elinskas
<em>Guides of the Adirondacks</em> <br> by Charles Brumley
<em>Noah John Rondeau's Adirondack Wilderness Days: A Year With the Hermit of Cold River Flow</em><br> by William J. O'Hern
Animal Track Poster
<em>Santanoni:Santanoni: From Japanese Temple to Life at an Adirondack Great Camp </em><br>by Robert Engel, Paul Malo, Howard Kirschenbaum
<em>Contested Terrain: A New History of Nature and People in the Adirondacks</em><br> by Philip G. Terrie
<em>Life with Noah</em> <br>By William J. O'Hern
<em>Adirondack Outlaws: Bad Boys and Lawless Ladies</em> <br>By Niki Kourofsky
<em>Tahawus Memories, 1941-1963<br>The Story of a Unique Adirondack Hometown</em><br>By Leonard A. Gereau
<em>Long Lake: Adirondack Heartland</em> By Gail Huntley
Adirondack Paddling: 60 Great Flatwater Adventures by Phil Brown
<em>The Adirondacks-A History of America's First Wilderness</em> By Paul Schneider
2017 Adirondack Life Calendar
<em>12 Adventures on New State Land - Exploring the Finch, Pruyn Tracts</em><br>By Phil Brown
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