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Author:
John Henricksson
ISBN13:
978-0816629022
ISBN:
0816629021
Publisher:
University of Minnesota Press (June 30, 1997)
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Foreword by Paul Gruchow. Rolland grew up in the log cabin that is our living room

Foreword by Paul Gruchow. Book Description: The essays included in North Writers II explore the special relationship that exists between the people of northern Minnesota and the rugged yet beautiful landscape that surrounds them. Rolland grew up in the log cabin that is our living room. In the 1920s and 1930s, a tote road, a wagon trail between towns, cut across the south field and along the east edge of the homestead’s forty acres. Between the tote road and the house stood the grove of trees that is now our sugar bush.

North writers two. Publication, Distribution, et. Minneapolis xxii, 228 p. ;, 23 cm. Personal Name: Henricksson, John. Rubrics: Natural history Authorship Natural history literature. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. by Finite-dimensional linear analysis: a systematic presentation in problem form I. M. Glazman Ju. I. Ljubiéc.

North Writers II. Our Place in the Woods. Published June 30, 1997 by University of Minnesota Press.

Published by: University of Minnesota Press

Published by: University of Minnesota Press. This companion volume to the widely praised North Writers: A Strong Woods Collection features the work of a variety of authors-some new voices, some old friends-all of them writing about life in northern Minnesota. The essays included in North Writers II explore the special relationship that exists between the people of northern Minnesota and the rugged yet beautiful landscape that surrounds them.

North Writers II: Our Place in the Woods. The essays included in North Writers II explore the special relationship that exists between the people of northern Minnesota and the rugged yet beautiful landscape that surrounds them

North Writers II: Our Place in the Woods. These writers consider the things that make living in the far north unique - the red earth of the Iron Range, the spectacular and forbidding wildness of Lake Superior's North Shore, the elemental nature of climate and wilderness that tests one's mettle. There are also the farms and towns of northern Minnesota, with their heritage of self-reliance and the insight that comes with it.

John Gustav Henriksson (30 May 1883 – 1 November 1948) was a Finnish swimmer, who competed in two events at the 1908 Summer Olympics. He won gold in 4 50 metre freestyle relay at the 1908 Finnish championships. He was a member of two clubs: Vaasan. He was a member of two clubs: Vaasan Uimaseura, an honorary member since 1922. Helsingfors Simsällskap, an honorary member since 1927 and a board member in 1908–1943. He was the secretary of Finnish Swimming Federation in 1908–1909 and 1916.

The essays included in North Writers II explore the special relationship that exists between the people of northern Minnesota and the rugged yet beautiful landscape . by: Henricksson, John.

The essays included in North Writers II explore the special relationship that exists between the people of northern Minnesota and the rugged yet beautiful landscape that surrounds them. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Henricksson, John. Other Authors: Gruchow, Paul.

John Henricksson is an American writer . After serving in the . Henricksson's latest book, Over the Portage Into History, was published in.North Writers: A Strong Woods Collection

John Henricksson is an American writer, who has written about the natural and cultural history of northern Minnesota for over fifty years in newspapers, magazines, and books. Army during the World War II, Henricksson devoted his career to writing. For fifty years, he has written about the natural and cultural history of northern Minnesota in newspapers, magazines, and books. Henricksson's latest book, Over the Portage Into History, was published in 2014. North Writers: A Strong Woods Collection.

Featuring the work of a variety of writers, this collection of essays explores the relationship that exists between the people of northern Minnesota and the rugged landscape that surrounds them. The pieces consider the things that make living in the far north of America distinctive - the red earth of the Iron Range, the wildness of the Lake Superior's north shore, and the elemental nature of climate and wilderness. Also mentioned are the farms and towns of northern Minnesota, with their heritage of self-reliance.