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  • Author:
    Susan H. Swetnam
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    0874221897
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    978-0874221893
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    Washington State Univ Pr (March 1, 2000)
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    128 pages
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This regional essay collection focuses on a mountainous area of eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina; the Great Smoky Mountains, parts of the southern section of the Appalachian chain. The anthology contains selected historical travel perspectives written before the twentieth century; twenty-one writers provide glimpses of the plant and birdlife, encounters with animals, explorations of a cavern, scaling cliffs and mountain peaks, traversing rivers and forests, and more - - descriptions of wilderness explorations and adventures of a bygone time.

The Northwest Highlands are located in the northern third of Scotland that is separated from the Grampian Mountains by the Great Glen (Glen More). The region comprises Wester Ross, Assynt, Sutherland and part of Caithness. The Caledonian Canal, which extends from Loch Linnhe in the south-west, via Loch Ness to the Moray Firth in the north-east splits this area from the rest of the country. The city of Inverness and the town of Fort William serve as gateways to the region from the south.

Series: Northwest Voices Essay Series (2000)

Series: Northwest Voices Essay Series (2000). Full title (2000): Home mountains : reflections from a Western middle age, Susan H. Swetnam's recognition of her own increasing foundation and maturity counters the assumption that youth must represent the apex of life.

reflections from a Western middle age. by Susan Hendricks Swetnam. Published 2000 by Washington State University Press in Pullman, Wash.

After a youth spent in the East in quiet rebellion and discontent, the author writes about her middle-age surprise of finding herself at home in the intermountain region of Southeast Idaho. Indeed, she finds joy in coming to terms with various "homes"--with life choices, with family, with the need to keep adapting to life's continuing changes. Interwoven in this collection of 17 personal essays is a deep feeling and love for her adopted home--the Intermountain West. It has touched Swetnam with its beautiful, wild expanses and its sometimes eccentric human occupants. Swetnam's recognition of her own increasing foundation and maturity counters the assumption that youth must represent the apex of life.