Canoeing in the Wilderness - Henry David Thoreau
Thoreau’s famous trip through the Maine Woods reissued to entertain, encourage, and inspire contemporary naturalists.
Thoreau paints the woods and waterways of Maine with the same loving hand that described his Walden home, and entertains with the successes and difficulties of the trip and the quirks of his companion and their guide, Joseph Polis, told with a wit and insight that can only be found in Thoreau.
Written by: Henry David Thoreau
Published by: Gibbs Smith Publisher
Specifications: Hardback; 120 pages
Further Reading: Henry David Thoreau was an American author, poet, abolitionist, naturalist, tax resister, development critic, surveyor, historian, philosopher and leading transcendentalist. His writings on natural history and philosophy have become two sources of modern-day environmentalism.