Go North, Young Man, first revealed in 1957, is Gordon Stoddard’s account of his first four years as a homesteader on Alaska’s Kenai peninsula within the 1950s. From building his first cabin (with best the help of a elementary do-it-yourself pamphlet), to growing an abundance of over-sized vegetables, to searching and foraging and surviving the long winters, Stoddard portrays a down-to-earth take a look at the easy life he desired and created for himself. Comprises 19 pages of images and maps.
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