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Paddling the Northern Forest Canoe Trail: A Journey Through New England History By Sam Brakeley
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Two college friends, Sam Brakeley and Andy Rougeot, embark upon a 39-day canoe trip on the Northern Forest Canoe Trail through New England. Rapids, wildlife, and mishaps all add spice to their... More > 740-mile journey, but it is the unique flavor of northern New England and the eclectic individuals who populate the region that make it singularly memorable.< Less
Liverpool Canoe Club 2010 (Black & White) By Paul Harwood
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This book is a collection of articles and stories written by Liverpool Canoe Club members about their exploits and ventures in 2010. This includes many journeys and paddles in and around Merseyside... More > together with regular trips to Wales, Lake District and Scotland. The club also undertook several major expeditions to the French Alps and Alaska in 2010. The Club is based in the centre of Liverpool and enjoys use of the facilities at Liverpool Marina with access to Albert Dock. We are one of the most active clubs in the country with over a 150 trips and paddles a year. Liverpool Canoe Club prides itself on catering for all its Members` canoeing interests and requirements. We aim to provide the maximum canoeing and kayaking opportunities for all our members. www.liverpoolcanoeclub.co.uk< Less
Liverpool Canoe Club 2010 (Full Colour) By Paul Harwood
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This book is a collection of articles and stories written by Liverpool Canoe Club members about their exploits and ventures in 2010. This includes many journeys and paddles in and around Merseyside... More > together with regular trips to Wales, Lake District and Scotland. The club also undertook several major expeditions to the French Alps and Alaska in 2010. The Club is based in the centre of Liverpool and enjoys use of the facilities at Liverpool Marina with access to Albert Dock. We are one of the most active clubs in the country with over a 150 trips and paddles a year. Liverpool Canoe Club prides itself on catering for all its Members` canoeing interests and requirements. We aim to provide the maximum canoeing and kayaking opportunities for all our members. www.liverpoolcanoeclub.co.uk< Less
In the Wake of America's Hannibal: Tracing Benedict Arnold and the 1775 Expedition to Quebec by Canoe By Sam Brakeley
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In 1775, Benedict Arnold and an army of 1100 set off into the Maine wilderness. Enduring floods, frostbite, desertion and starvation, they traversed over 300 miles of untraveled wilderness. While... More > ultimately unsuccessful in their attack on Quebec City, Arnold and his men were lauded as “indefatigable” and “famine-proof” for their courageous feat. In 2013, author Sam Brakeley sets out to re-create their journey. While easily evading starvation and hypothermia , he discovers that the 21st century nevertheless brings its own set of challenges. Complete with aggressive land-owners, lascivious women and massive oil spills, we find that life on the river is always exhilarating. Combining 18th and 21st century adventures, Sam Brakeley vividly recreates Arnold’s expedition to Quebec while telling his own modern-day saga. With humor, warmth and compassion, he reminds us that by connecting with the past we can more fully experience the present.< Less
Memoirs of the Early Pioneer Settlers of Ohio By C. Stephen Badgley & S. P. Hildreth
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Under the leadership of Rufus Putnam, 48 men, departed New England during the severe winter of 1787/88 and made their way west through the mountains to Sumrill’s Ferry on the Youghiogheny... More > River. There they spent the winter building two huge flatboats and three canoes to take them down the Youghiogheny to the Monongahela River and then down the Ohio River to their destination, a point of land at the mouth of the Muskingum River. Here, these pioneers would establish the first settlement in the territory northwest of the Ohio River and name it Marietta. Among these early pioneers, who opened the door to western settlement of the United States, were many heroic men and officers of the American Revolution.This book contains the true stories of these great men and other pioneers who withstood Indian Warfare, starvation, sickness, death and deprivation to establish themselves in the wilderness of the early American frontier and begin the westward expansion of the greatest nation on earth.< Less

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