Adirondack French Louie
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Adirondack French Louie
Early Life in the North Woods
by Harvey Dunham

Adirondack French Louie 

Harvey Dunham's Adirondack French Louie has become an Adirondack classic. Louie Seymour was the prototype of all the Adirondack woodsman - a hunter-trapper- fisherman -lumberman and on some few days a year when he brought his furs into Newton's Corners (now Speculator), a happy, roaring drunk, but a rugged individualist above all else. Dunham captures the spirit of the wild, virgin Adirondacks as few other contemporary writers have. Adirondack French Louie belongs on everyone's Americana bookshelf.

If you are interested in vintage copies of hard cover editions
from 1952 and 1953 give us a call at 315-675-9704. We have several copies of both in a variety of conditions.

Product Details
Paperback:
212 pages - Vintage Photos
Publisher: North Country Books

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