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ISBN:
0970310420
Author:
Larry Beahan
Language:
English
Publisher:
Coyote Publishing of Western New York; First American Edition edition (May 2004)
Pages:
207 pages
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1576 kb
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North Country" is a collection of stories about northern New York, its Adirondack Mountains and its people.

North Country" is a collection of stories about northern New York, its Adirondack Mountains and its people. A Mohawk Coyote starts off the story telling as a way of indicating the mix of fact and fiction that follows.

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Brief Bio for Larry Beahan I am a retired physician; born and raised in. .

Brief Bio for Larry Beahan I am a retired physician; born and raised in Buffalo New York, had my medical training in Buffalo and New York City, married had three kids and we all went to Japan for four years with the US Air Force from 1959-63. We’ve been back in Buffalo since. My Dad was born on a lumber Camp in the Adirondacks. The books are: My Grampa’s Woods the Adirondacks, North County, Adirondack Sasquatch, Adirondack Pulp Fiction, Allegany Hellbender Tales and Inside Allegany. Dr. Larry Beahan has gained a loyal following for his books depicting history, travel and environmentalism within the blue line of New York's Adirondack state park.

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Larry Beahan has written: 'North Country' - subject(s): Anecdotes, Biography, Family, Outdoor life, Social .

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Larry L. Bean, American lawyer, partner. Board directors Dallas Helps Foundation, since 1992, Dallas Council Alcoholism adn Drug Abuse, 1980-1986. 1st Lieutenant United States Army, 1960-1967. Member American Bar Association (natural resources committee, chairman section taxation 1974-1976), Texas Bar Association, Dallas Bar Association (committee chairman 1986-1987). Associate Jackson & Walker, Dallas, 1961-1966. Partner Jackson & Walker Limited liability partnership, from 1967. Board directors Larry & Jane Harlan Foundation, Dallas, Caleum Moor Foundation, Dallas. Chairman Southwest Legal Foundation (taxation division) Dallas, 1970-1973.

"North Country" is a collection of stories about northern New York, its Adirondack Mountains and its people. A Mohawk Coyote starts off the story telling as a way of indicating the mix of fact and fiction that follows. A logging family searches for a more settled way of life while playing out its history with romance, hard work, violent death and a runaway boy and his dog. A Tug Hill Cousin survives the battle of Bull Run. There is a haunted hotel, canoe trips on The Stillwater, Indian and Long Lakes, the Beaver and Black Rivers. There are stories by Aunt Bessie who lived on the job in the woods as a little girl. The book's cover is a photo of a wood carving made by the old man who had been the runaway boy. It is his lumberjack dad, Tom Beahan, riding a log down river as he balances with a peavey. Lumberjack Tom is the Grampa of Larry Beahan's first book, "My Grampa's Woods, the Adirondacks.