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by Martha Murphy,Bertram Murphy,Appleyard Communications,Stu Pritchard,Bert Murphy

Download Trailing Louis L'Amour from California to Alaska (Trailing Louis L'Amour) eBook
ISBN:
0965029824
Author:
Martha Murphy,Bertram Murphy,Appleyard Communications,Stu Pritchard,Bert Murphy
Category:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
MBAR Publishing (May 1, 2000)
Pages:
300 pages
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4.8
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by Bert Murphy, Martha Murphy, Bertram Murphy, Appleyard Communications, Stu Pritchard. In five novels Louis L'Amour lets you experience Old California and the Pacific coast circa 1800 to 1880.

by Bert Murphy, Martha Murphy, Bertram Murphy, Appleyard Communications, Stu Pritchard. Published October 16, 2002 by BookSurge Publishing.

When Louis L'Amour wrote about a cave near a trail. Here are the comprehensive books which help you find those caves and tell you about the land, the people and the trails which Louis L'Amour brought so vividly to life. With chapter titles like: "Where are the Lonseome Gods 1835 - 1864," "A Long Trail To Sitka 1817 - 1867," "Callaghen Of The Wild Geese 1867," and "Sackett Makes A Mojoave Crossing 1878" author Bert Murphy takes you by the hand and guides you safely through the roughest country, across both time and space to the. From the South East Chiracahua Country, home to Hondo and the Gift of Cochise, to the Arizona Highlands below the Mogollon rim where Sacketts bled and bad guys fled, author Bert Murphy takes you by the hand and guides you safely through the roughest country, across both time and space to the world as described by Louis L'Amour.

Start by marking Trailing Louis L'Amour from California to Alaska as Want to Read . When L'Amour wrote about a cave near a trail, it was there. Discover these caves and other natural landmarks that tell you about the land, people and trails which L'Amour brought so vividly to life.

Start by marking Trailing Louis L'Amour from California to Alaska as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Step back into time to visit the lonesome places portrayed in his novels about the New Mexico Territory and from California to Alaska.

Louis L'Amour has a vast multitude of readers around the world-but only one like Bert Murphy. What the New Mexican author has done in this book, and the companion title ( Trailing Louis L'Amour from California to Alaska), is to help put into historical and geographical perspective the L'Amour novels. Thus, this first book, that looks at the 7 novels set in New Mexico reveals that Murphy, has not only read the novels, but has poured over them- exploring and contextualising them for others.

Place of Publication. A guide to the real locations found in western books by Louis L'Amour. USA. See all. Item description. About this item.

Murphy’s prior entries were Trailing Louis L’Amour in New Mexico (1996) and Trailing Louis L’Amour from California to Alaska (1999). This volume offers information, pictures and maps on locales found in such works as Hondo, Catlow, The Lonely Man, The Sackett Brand, High Lonesome and The Burning Hills.

Louis Dearborn L'Amour (/ˈluːi ləˈmʊər/; March 22, 1908 – June 10, 1988) was an American novelist and short-story writer. His books consisted primarily of Western novels (though he called his work "frontier stories"); however, he also. His books consisted primarily of Western novels (though he called his work "frontier stories"); however, he also wrote historical fiction (The Walking Drum), science fiction (Haunted Mesa), non-fiction (Frontier), as well as poetry and short-story collections. Many of his stories were made into films.

Louis L'Amour has a vast multitude of readers around the world-but only one like Bert Murphy

Louis L'Amour has a vast multitude of readers around the world-but only one like Bert Murphy. Thus, this first book, that looks at the. 7 novels set in New Mexico reveals that Murphy, has not only read the novels, but has poured over them- exploring and contextualising them for others.

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When Louis L'Amour wrote about a cave near a trail . . it was there. Here are the comprehensive books which help you find those caves and tell you about the land, the people and the trails which Louis L'Amour brought so vividly to life. With chapter titles like: "Where are the Lonseome Gods 1835 - 1864," "A Long Trail To Sitka 1817 - 1867," "Callaghen Of The Wild Geese 1867," and "Sackett Makes A Mojoave Crossing 1878" author Bert Murphy takes you by the hand and guides you safely through the roughest country, across both time and space to the world as described by Louis L'Amour. Filled with detailed maps and directions, laced with autobiographical annecdotes, personal experiences and historical facts, Bert Murphy weaves a compelling picture of the time and place in which Louis' characters lived and died. Then he brings you back to the present with photographs and geological survey maps detailing the trails and travels of Louis L'Amours most beloved characters. Step back in time and visit the lonesome places portrayed in Louis L'Amour's novels from California to Alaska.
  • Gabar
perfect in all ways
  • Thetalune
my dad is a big Louis L'Amour fan so this was the perfect gift for him.
  • Utchanat
Don't wast your money on this book. I couldn't make it past the second chapter, the disjointed irrelevant writing is horrible. Every other paragraph is about some different subject, and most have nothing to do with Trailing Louis L'Amour. There are many misspelled words, and some locations are completely mis named. The author calls the San Jacinto Mountians the "San Joquain" Mountians, and Panamint Valley "Panama Valley." He comments on L'Amour's detailed research, yet it is obvious he didn't spend much time on research himself.
  • HelloBoB:D
Bert's done it again with this detailed account of tracking L'Amour and his characters across the northwest from California to Alaska. Bert has been there and done that and he makes the geography and time of the novels come into focus with his insight and knowledge of the locations and history of the areas.