THE BUFFALO HEAD by R. M. Patterson

THE BUFFALO HEAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This author has managed to live a kind of Lewis and Clark life in the twentieth century; his unpretentious accounts of his journeys in the wilderness are the principal charm of the book. Throwing all convention over in his late twenties, R. M. Patterson went to live in western Canada where he became a homesteader in Peace River country, an explorer and finally a rancher. The beauty of his natural surroundings and the drama of his isolation survive his somewhat stiff prose.

Pub Date: Sept. 11th, 1961
Publisher: Morrow