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This is the story of Mike Todd, largely as he told it himself. It forms a true folk biography or, more exactly, an autobiography. During the years since Mike recorded his story, I have supplemented his recollections with testimony from people who knew him at various stages of his life."
Mike Todd(1877-1960) was a bear hunter, a fire observer, a water witch, a raftsman, a quarryman, a musician, a poacher, but most of all, he was a storyteller, the central Catskills most famous.
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Norman Studer (1902-1978), educator, folklorist, poet, humanist, wa the founder and educational directorn of Camp Woodland near Phoenicia, New York, for all of its twenty-four years. Born on a farm in Ohio, he came east as a young man spurred by his desire for knowledge and curiosity about various cultures. At Columbia University he studied with educational philosopher John Dewey, and this became a signifigant turning point for Mr. Studer. In 1933 he became a teacher at the experimental Little Red Schoolhouse in Greenwich Village and later director (1951-1970) of Downtown Commumity School in New York City. Norman Studer's philosophy of education and humanitarian values made an indelible imprint on countless educators, students and former campers.
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Book Description Purple Mountain Pr Ltd, 1988. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0935796088
Book Description Purple Mountain Pr Ltd, 1988. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110935796088