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KUYAHOORA - Discovering West Canada Valley
A big book, a really big book. In addition to re-discovering the history of the valley, KUYAHOORA features a wealth of information and photographs about fishing, hunting, logging, farming, wildlife, wildflowers, wonders of nature, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, camping, scenic and historic auto tours, and much more.
Guide To Fishing WEST CANADA CREEK
A field guide to one of New York's top ten trout streams, featuring 20 pages of maps showing the location of public fishing waters, and access sites for fishing and canoeing.
Canoe-Fishing NEW YORK RIVERS AND STREAMS
The most comprehensive book ever written on canoeing and fishing the rivers and streams of New York State.
It's Fun To Eat Cookbook
A recipe and cartoon filled cookbook for people who enjoy cooking, eating
. . . and laughing.
Discovering the Mohawk Valley
After publishing Kuyahoora - Discovering West Canada Valley, I started to work on a similar book on the Mohawk Valley. In the past three years, in addition to reading dozens of books and studying old and new maps of the Valley, I've made a number of discovery trips, including exploring stretches of the river and tributaries on foot, by canoe and helicopter.
This five-year project will result in a book that covers one of the most fascinating regions in the nation. Please join me while I discover the
M. Paul Keesler began his long career as a writer in 1966 with a magazine article about fishing and canoeing on West Canada Creek. For several years he wrote the About Fish and Game column for the Utica Observer Dispatch.
In 1972 he founded the Mid York Sportsman magazine which became the New York Sportsman in 1975. In 1992 he retired as Editor of the magazine to devote more time to researching and writing books about New York State.
In 1995 he published Canoe-Fishing New York Rivers and Streams and in 1997 Guide to Fishing West Canada Creek and It's Tributaries. Keesler is also the author of the book One Quarter Mile To Go - The Bicentennial Re-creation of The March of the Tryon County Militia and The Battle of Oriskany, and the co-author of the New York Sportsman It's Fun To Eat Cookbook.
His most recent book, KUYAHOORA- Discovering West Canada Valley took seven years to complete. This
8 1/2 x 11, 288 page book features 168 color photographs, plus black and white photos, illustrations and maps about the history of the area and its many recreational opportunities.
Keesler dedicated the last years of his life researching and discovering the intriguing Mohawk Valley. He shared his discoveries in his Book-in-Progress on his website. Keesler passed away in July 2005 before Mohawk: Discovering the Valley of the Crystals was completed. With the help of family and friends the book was completed in January 2009 and is available in local book stores and from North Country Books, Utica, New York. avaMOHAWK- Discovering the Valley of the Crystals on the Web at:: http://www.mpaulkeeslerbooks.com/Mohawk.htm
Paul lived with his wife Gert and their two golden retrievers on the banks of West Canada Creek.
For additional information contact M. Paul Keesler
Copyright © 2003 M. Paul Keesler