Man of the Woods
Herbert F. Keith
lives between two worlds and is at home in both. His is the last mown lawn at the edge of
the village. South of the iron stakes that mark his property line are twenty-one air miles
of unbroken Adirondack forest preserve, all the way past the headwaters of the Oswegatchie
and the Beaver Stillwater to Big Moose.
Paul F. Jamieson
"Man of the Woods... Is without question one of the most delightful sources of Adirondack lore available today."
-- The Conservationist magazine
This memoir joins the company of those few, top-quality books about life in the woods that are exceedingly readable. You need not know anything about this part of the Park, have hiked or paddled in the region or even driven to the community to enjoy such a fine read. There is something in here for every area of historical interest.
-- Jay O'Hern