|Chamberlin, Ralph V., & Wilton Ivie. The spiders of Alaska. Salt Lake City . 103 p. illus. 8vo [26 cm.] softcover. Utah. University. Biological series, v. 10, no. 3) Bulletin of the University of Utah, v. 37, no. 10. Very good+. ONE OF THE GREAT RARITIES OF ALASKA NATURAL HISTORY. It took me 30 years to find a second one! Not found at the Alaska State Library, nor at University of Alaska-Anchorage, nor at Anchorage Municipal Library. SOLD|
Cooper, Dr. Robert H. Natural Science Field Study - State of Alaska. 1967, Ball State University. Bound report book. This is pretty much a log of the 30 day field trip that 25 Ball State students had in Alaska during 1967. Includes an interesting description of a July 10 seal kill. $35 plus $5.00 media mail postage, packing, & insurance (international orders extra). For faster shipping, inquire. Credit cards not accepted. [shelf locator: Nat Hist Bookcase] Inventory #1351 . To order this item email dick@AlaskaWanted.com
of the Revenue Steamer Corwin
Alaska and the N.W. Arctic Ocean in 1881
Contributors include John Muir, Edward W. Nelson, & Irving O. Rosse.
Places visited include: Saint Michael, Bering Sea, Plover Bay, Bering Strait, Saint Lawrence Island, King Island, Kotsebue Sound, Cape Thompson, Icy Cape, Herald Island, Wrangel Island, and others.
Overall very good condition. $295 plus $5.00 postage & packing & insurance (international orders extra) for this book. To order this item email dick@AlaskaWanted.com
Fishes of Alaska
by Barton W. Evermann & E. L. Goldsborough
With 20 very fine color stone lithographs by Albertus. H. Baldwin.
Original 1906 edition.
One of the great Alaska color plate books.
Seven of the 20 plates are shown here.
For price please email dick@AlaskaWanted.com
The Alaska Psychoactive
A Field Guide to Alaska's Hallucinogenic
and Psychedelic Species.
1979. Published by Alaska Nature Press, Eagle River, Alaska.
114pp. Softcover. Rare. In near new condition.
SOLD (but I may have another, ask)
|Myers, Deke and Bill. Back Trails by Deke and Bill. published by H. M. Myers, Lapeer, Michigan, copyright 1933, 269 numbered pages. Signed by the author: "To A. T. Brown, Jr., With Best Regards, Bill Myers". Cover reads "Being the Tale of Many a Trek a-foot, a-mush and a-saddle, as told by Harry M. Myers and William A. Myers, Father and Son, in copy to the city editor; in letters home, and in the diary of a National Park Ranger, July, 1929 to September, 1932". Back Trails is a collection of articles written that were published in the The Detroit News by Harry Myers and the articles written by Bill Myers that were about his stint as a Ranger in Mt. McKinley National Park, Alaska (now named Denali National Park). Important early Denali Park book, and very rare. Only 500 copies were printed. Hardbcover, very good, dust jacket faded on the spine and has light wear along the top, plus the back of the dustcover has been stuck to something and it shows. For price and availability email dick@AlaskaWanted.com|
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