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Stars Upstream Life Along an Ozark River


Stars Upstream Life Along an Ozark River by Leonard Hall

About the Author

Leonard Hall has been outdoorsman, writer, wildlife photographer, farmer, and lecturer across America. Among his awards are honorary degrees from two colleges, citations from the MIssouri Conservation Department, Federal Land Bank, Outdoor Life, and many others. His books include Possum Trot Farm (Caledonia Press, 1949), Journal of the Seasons on an Ozark Farm (University of Missouri Press, 1981), and Earth's Song (University of Missouri Press, 1981).

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Publication date

31st December 1983


Leonard Hall

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University of Missouri Press


272 pages


Natural history
Travel & holiday
Environmental management



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