Going Places

Author: Robert Burgin
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1598849727
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Go Your Own Way: Women Travel the World Solo, edited by Faith Conlon, Ingrid
Emerick, and Christina Henry de Tessan, is a series of essays about women
traveling the world alone. Anne LaBastille's Woodswoman: Living Alone in the
Adirondack Wilderness is a classic story of one woman's life alone in the remote
Adirondack North Country. Schooler, Lynn Walking Home: A Traveler in the
Alaskan Wilderness, a Journey into the Human Heart. New York: Bloomsbury,
2010. 262 pp.

100 Most Popular Nonfiction Authors

Author: Bernard Alger Drew
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 9781591584872
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Birds of the Mayas, as by Anne La Bastille Bowes (1964) Bird Kingdom of the
Mayas, as by Anne La Bastille Bowes (1967) Ecology and Management of the
Atitlan Grebe, Guatemala (1974) Woodswoman: Young Ecologist Meets
Challenge Living alone in the Adirondack Wilderness (1976) Assignment:
Wildlife (1980) Women and Wilderness (1980) The Wilderness World of Anne
LaBastille (1992) Mama Poc: An Ecologist's Account of the Extinction of a
Species (1993) Woodswoman ...

Backpacking With The Saints

Author: Belden C. Lane
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199927820
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Ben Yagoda, author of Will Rogers: A Biography (Norman: University of
Oklahoma Press, 2000), questions the authenticity of this quote. See his article, “
You Should Look It Up,” in the Chronicle of Higher Education, July 15, 2013. 5.
See Cheryl Strayed, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail (New
York: A. A. Knopf, 2012); Anne LaBastille, Woodswoman: Living Alone in the
Adirondack Wilderness (New York: Penguin Books, 1995); Gretel Ehrlich, A
Match to the Heart (New ...

Housing The Environmental Imagination

Author: Peter Quigley
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443834750
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In this category, I place writers such as Ann LaBastille and her Woodswoman:
Living Alone in the Adirondack Wilderness. Ms. LaBastille has had a bold and
interesting life and documents the process of going it alone. But the book raises
no environmental, social, and political issues of significance and therefore was
left out. Helen Hoover's A Place in the Woods is more interesting but raises a
similar set of concerns regarding my interest in her writing. Zane Grey, a writer of
westerns, ...

Nomadland Surviving America In The Twenty First Century

Author: Jessica Bruder
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393249328
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A vandweller friend had recommended Woodswoman: Living Alone in the
Adirondack Wilderness and Linda devoured it, marveling at the independence
and frugality of the author, ecologist Anne LaBastille, who was inspired by
Walden and built her own cabin using just $600 worth of logs. Next she started
Making Ideas Happen: Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality,
an entrepreneurial self-help tome that she scoured for advice on building a
fulfilling future. And she ...

Pop Culture Places An Encyclopedia Of Places In American Popular Culture 3 Volumes

Author: Gladys L. Knight
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313398836
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Contested Terrain: A New History of Nature and People in the Adirondacks (1999
), by Philip G. Terrie, focuses on contemporary challenges. Breaking Trail:
Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks (2004) by Peggy Lynn and Sandra
Weber explores the fascinating world of historic and contemporary women who
have lived in the region. Several books such as Anne LaBastille's Woodswoman I
: Living Alone in the Adirondack Wilderness (1976) and The Wilderness World of
Anne ...

Interdisciplinary Literary Studies

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Indeed, in Woodswoman she brackets environmental problems such as acid rain,
ostensibly unwilling to allow outside health threats to impede her narrative of a "
wholesome" experience in a "pristine" sanctuary. The paradigm of regeneration
through wilderness, however, is complicated in the second and third Adirondack
memoirs, as additional pollutions invade LaBastille's peace. Woodswoman:
Living Alone in the Adirondack Wilderness The impetus for LaBastille's
settlement in the ...

Teaching In The Field

Author: Hal Crimmel
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ISBN: 9780874807622
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Woodswoman: Living alone in the Adirondack wilderness. New York: Penguin.
Leopold, Aldo. (1949) 1970. A Sand County almanac. New York: Bal- lantine
Books. Lopez, Barry. 2001. The naturalist. Orion 20 (4): 38-43. McKibben, Bill.
1989. The end of nature. New York: Random House. Nash, Roderick. 1982.
Wilderness and the American mind. Third Edition. New Haven: Yale University
Press. Orr, David W. 1992. Ecological literacy: Education and the transition to a
postmodern ...

Changing Wilderness Values 1930 1990

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The continuing story of a woman alone on thirty acres in the Adirondack
wilderness attempting to live in harmony and community with native plants and
animals. In this sequel to Woodswoman, ecologist Anne La Bastille recounts
building a simple retreat--she calls it Walden II--on Lilypad Lake to get away from
the encroachment of civilization on Black Bear Lake in the form of highpowered
motorboats and intrusive sightseers. She shares with her readers not only her
love for the wild ...

Woodswoman Iiii

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Publisher: West of Wind Publications
ISBN: 9780963284631
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Book Four of the Woodswoman's Adventures. inclined, filled with such varied
experiences as writing and photographing for National Geographic, designing
and lecturing on natural history cruises around the world, becoming a registered
Adirondack guide and certified scuba diver, engaging in ... Her life of freedom
and independence as a professional guide living alone in a cabin she built
herself on the edge of the great Adirondack wilderness, reverberated with
millions of women.