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Sled Dog Trails

by Shields, Mary

Condition: VG lg sz PB


Fairbanks, AK: Pyrola Pub. VG lg sz PB. (1988). 4th ptg. Signed by author. Alaska bookstore seal fep. Captures all the beauty of Alaska, from a 20 yr old Camp Fire Girls counselor to . a true sourdough. Mary went north in 1965 & fell in love with Alaska, and became one of the state's premier sled dog racers, the first woman to complete the 1,049 mile Idatarod sled dog race in 1974. .
  • Bookseller: Crabtree's Collection Old Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: BOOKS031431I
  • Title: Sled Dog Trails
  • Author: Shields, Mary
  • Illustrator: Nancy van Veenen
  • Book condition: Used - VG lg sz PB
  • Edition: 4th ptg
  • Publisher: Pyrola Pub
  • Place: Fairbanks, AK
  • Date published: (1988)
  • Keywords: Signed by author. Alaska bookstore seal fep. Captures all the beauty, of Alaska, from a 20 yr old Camp Fire Girls counselor to, Idatarod, Sled dog racing, Women racers, Alaska
  • Bookseller catalogs: Sports;


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