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Alaskan Adventures

Russell Annabel

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Ernest Hemingway called him Rusty Annabel one of the finest outdoor writers he had ever read!  Follow Annabel and his mentor, Tex Cobb, in Alaska as they face enraged grizzlies, trophy Dall sheep, marauding wolverines, and mad moose.  No other writer has ever been able to capture the spirit of adventure and hunting in Alaska like Russell Annabel.

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ALASKAN ADVENTURES
Volume I—The Early Years

by Russell Annabel

1995 Long Beach, 369pp, illus., 6x9, hardcover, dj
ISBN: 978-1-57157-062-8

Russell Annabel was one of America's most outstanding and gifted outdoor writers; in fact, Ernest Hemingway said Annabel was "the finest outdoor writer" that he had ever read--an endorsement most writers can only dream about!  Annabel started writing of his adventures in the Northland in the 1930s and continued writing until the late 1970s.  Follow Annabel and his mentor, Tex Cobb, around in Alaska as they face enraged grizzlies, trophy Dall sheep, marauding wolverines, and mad moose.  No other writer has ever been able to capture the spirit of adventure and hunting in Alaska like Russell Annabel.  The first volume in this series covers articles published from January 1933 to June 1951.  The stories in this volume are from Sports Afield,  National Sportsman, Field & Sream, Outdoor Life, Saturday Evening Post, Hunting Yearbook, and True.  This collection contains some wonderful, Rustyesque titles, including "Caribou Medicine," "Wolves Look Better Dead," "Mad Dog Hunt on Attu," and "With Moose You Never Know."  This book was an instantaneous sellout, in print less than eight months.  Not surprisingly, it is now hard to find a copy, and they are much sought-after.

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