7 edition of A Dog Puncher on the Yukon (Wolf Creek Classics) found in the catalog.
October 2001 by Wolf Creek Books .
Written in English
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See all 4 formats and editions Hide /5(5). Title: A DOG PUNCHER ON THE YUKON Author Name: Walden, Arthur Treadwell; Categories: History, Canadiana, Americana, Edition: Originally published Publisher: Boston ; New York, Houghton Mifflin Co: Binding: Hard Cover Book Condition: Very Good Jacket Condition: Fair Type: Hardbound Size: 8vo.
(22 cm) kg: kg Seller ID: Keywords: Yukon River (Yukon and Alaska. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walden, Arthur Treadwell. Dog-puncher on the Yukon. Boston, New York, Houghton Mifflin co., (OCoLC) ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin, Description: xviii, pages: illustrations.
A Dog-Puncher on the Yukon Posted on Decem by Helen Hegener People sometimes ask me which musher in history is my favorite, and it’s a tough choice, as there have been some truly amazing mushers (and I write about many of them in my book Alaskan Sled Dog Tales), but one which is always near the top of my list is Arthur Treadwell.
A dog-puncher on the Yukon, by Arthur Treadwell Walden ; with an introduction by Walter Collins O'Kane., Toronto Public Library. Walden founded the New England Sled Dog Club in In Walden published his memoir, A Dog-Puncher in the Yukon.
Antarctic Expedition. InRichard Byrd selected Walden to run the dog teams during his first Antarctic Expedition. Walden would only agree to accompany Byrd if he guaranteed that no dogs would be shot to save supplies, as Born:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.
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stevedore, river pilot, and the job that he most enjoyed, "dog punching" (hauling freight by dog-sled). He later wrote a book about his time in Alaska and called it "Dog Puncher in the Yukon". His colorful descriptions of his adventures gave his book an enduring quality and it is still considered a northland classic.
Walden's favorite lead dog. Dictionary of Alaska Place Names Dictionary of Alaska Place Names Author: Orth, Donald J. U.S. Government Printing Office, 2nd Revised printing. Near fine in gilt black cloth, stamp to title. A Dog Puncher on the Yukonby Arthur T. Walden.
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All of my books are available on my Northern Light Media site, at Amazon, eBay, and through your local independent bookstores. His name was Arthur Treadwell Walden the book I am reading is A Dog Puncher On the Yukon. Walden also went to Antarctica on Admiral Byrd's first expedition and he developed the Chinook sled dog breed.
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Charlie Biederman, who was the son of Ed Biederman, grew up in the Yukon-Charley area, and was the last person to carry mail from Eagle to Circle by dog team, 30 June and 11 November After retiring from dog training, Walden continued to write books, all drawing heavily upon the experiences of his "dog-punching" days in the Yukon.
His first, the relatively well-known A Dog-Puncher on the Yukon, had been published in and may have influenced Byrd in his decision to make Walden his lead trainer and driver.