The Extraordinary Adirondack Journey of Clarence Petty


By: Christopher Angus

Book Review: “Clarence Petty is one of the most interesting and important people ever to carry a canoe, bushwhack through the back-country, or dedicate his life to protecting the Adirondack wilderness. And he lived through a period of high drama in Adirondack affairs. As it winds through this crucial era of the region’s history, Christopher Angus’s richly detailed account of Petty’s life and times touches on the critical elements of decades of struggle to shape the Adirondack Park and preserve the qualities that define it… a powerful and inspiring story.” -Philip G. Terri, author of Contested Terrain: A New History of Nature and People in the Adirondacks

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