Alaskan Yukon Trophies Won and Lost

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Hardcover, 294 pages.
Features more than 75 photographs
7 x 10 inches

In 1919, lifelong hunter, fisher, and adventurer G. O. Young joined two companions on an unforgettable expedition into the wild and majestic North Country. Alaska Yukon Trophies, Won and Lost details this epic journey.

Venturing deep into the wilderness, these men were well supplied by the standards of the day, and employed white guides, indigenous porters, and pack horses. The Young party's thirst for adventure led them to the brink of disaster more than once in what would be one of the most arduous, overreaching quests of its time. Young portrays their triumphs and trophies as well as their many mishaps and losses, all against breathtaking vistas of the North Country landscape that he vividly portrays.

This extraordinary narrative takes us on an intrepid passage into the North Country and a harrowing return to safety. Generously illustrated with photographs and maps, this is a thrilling read for hunters, outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs, conservationists, and all who thrive on larger-than-life drama.

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