Through interviews with New Hampshire notables at their homes and offices and in important places in nature, authors Doug Mayer and Rebecca Oreskes capture the truly human stories of pioneering people of the North Country. With humor, wit, and unforgettable personal style, the accountsrecorded from 1994 to the present and including historical photographsinvite readers into the lives of these important figures in White Mountain history. From the early days of AMC's high huts and trail crew work, to the U.S. Forest Service and the creation of federal wilderness areas, to world-class mountain climbing and search and rescue, each captivating profile reveals the strength and character of the human spirit.
|Publisher:||Appalachian Mountain Club Books MA|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.90(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Doug Mayer lives in Randolph, New Hampshire. In addition to his work as a producer for the radio program "Car Talk" and his mountain life, he contributes to the journal Appalachia. Rebecca Oreskes of Milan, New Hampshire, writes for the journal Appalachia and other publications. She worked for many years for the White Mountain National Forest.