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In 1808, trapper John Colter ran and climbed 150 miles through what is now Yellowstone National Park to escape 100 pursuing Indians. In 1823, hunter Hugh Glass, left for dead after a bear attack, crawled 100 miles for help. Here is the saga of two tortured men who defined the spirit of wilderness survival. "Dazzlingly poetic."--Rocky Mountain News.
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