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eBook Norman Clyde of the Sierra Nevada;: Rambles through the range of light; 29 essays on the mountains download ISBN: 0912020202
Author: Norman Clyde
Publisher: Scrimshaw Press (1971)
Language: English
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Twenty-nine essays by the old gaffer 'Three thousand copies of Norman's book were published by Noel Young .

Twenty-nine essays by the old gaffer. 29 Essays on the Mountains by Norman Clyde. Foreward by Francis Farquhar & (former president of Sierra Club), Prologue by Jules Eichorn (1930's rock climber), With a long letter from Smoke Blanchard (climber and friend of Norman Clyde), 15 Photographs of the Old Gaffer. Three thousand copies of Norman's book were published by Noel Young Press, Santa Barbara, in November 1971'. I have spent thirty years of my life in the wilderness of the sierra's, guiding, backpacking, skiing, and climbing (some of the routes he established) and Norman Clyde was my inspiration from the first time I picked up this book in 1974.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Norman Clyde of the Sierra Nevada;: Rambles. Publisher: Scrimshaw Press. Publication Date: 1971. Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: Books may be returned for a refund provided you e-mail us first. They must be mailed back within seven days of receipt and returned in the same condition in which they arrived. Theodore Uhlemann; 2520 Bluebonnet Ln Austin, TX 78704 USA. 469-212-0607.

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Norman Clyde of the Sierra Nevada; Rambles Through the Range of Light.

He also helped in many recoveries of dead climbers, such as 18-year-old Howard Lamel, killed in a fall on Mount Whitney in 1930. Norman Clyde still guided parties into the Sierra into the 1960s, when he was in his seventies. In the 1950s and 1960s, he lived by himself at the old Baker ranch-house on Baker Creek near Big Pine. Norman Clyde of the Sierra Nevada; Rambles Through the Range of Light.

Norman Clyde of the Sierra Nevada: Rambles through the range of light; 29 essays on the mountains, by Norman Clyde, 1971. A Day on the Ground and a Night in the Open, by Doug Robinson, Mountain N’ Air Books, 2004. Climb to Glory: Mountaineer, Adventurer, Explorer, the Bill Hackett Story, by June Hackett & Ric Conrad, Bookpartners, 2000. Author interview with Mrs. Lorrie Engal, 2006. Author interview with Mr. James Wilson, 2006.

Norman Clyde of the Sierra Nevada: Rambles Through the Range of Light: 29 Essays on the Mountains The bulk of the papers consists of various drafts of Clyde's narratives about the Sierra Nevada Range, as well as mountains in Arizona, the Canadian Rockies, Idaho, Montana.

Norman Clyde of the Sierra Nevada: Rambles Through the Range of Light: 29 Essays on the Mountains. Scrimshaw Press, 1971. The bulk of the papers consists of various drafts of Clyde's narratives about the Sierra Nevada Range, as well as mountains in Arizona, the Canadian Rockies, Idaho, Montana, Southern California, Washington, Wyoming, and numerous national parks. Clyde's writings include stories and articles about entire ranges, specific peaks, climbs, first ascents, rescues, wildlife, fishing, skiing, and mountaincraft. Many of his stories have been published, but most of those in this collection have not.

Scrimshaw Press, San Francisco 1971. 9 in. x 6 i. 172 pages, Boards, Foreword by Francis Farquhar and prologue by Jules Eichorn. One of 500 hardbound copies. Bookseller: Dawson's Book Shop, ABAA, ILAB