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by Walter S. Griggs and Frances Pitchford Griggs

When humans wrote the history of North America, they arrogantly and fraudulently gave themselves the credit for its development while completely ignoring the contributions of the North American moose. To correct this unfortunate, if not deliberate, oversight, this groundbreaking book documents the contributions of the magnificent, majestic, monstrous moose to North America’s history. From the role of the moose in the creation of North America to its current status as an iconic animal, Frances and Walter Griggs show how the moose influenced the growth and development of North America. After reading A Moose’s History of North America, you will have a newfound respect for, and understanding of, the moose; and why North America is a better place because the moose has left its hoof prints on the eternal sands of time.

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Formats: Paperback

Pages: 112

ISBN PB: 978-1-883911-87-4

Release Date: 11/02/2009

Meet the Authors

Walter S. Griggs, Jr. earned a master’s degree in history from the University of Richmond, a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Richmond School of Law and a doctorate from the College of William and Mary in Virginia. His books include a biography of General John Pegram, CSA and, in a less serious tone, Moose-cellania, which he co-authored with the late Bill Silliker. He is a member of the faculty of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, and is serving on the board of directors of the North American Moose Foundation.

Frances Pitchford Griggs earned her Bachelor of Arts in English from Westhampton College of the University of Richmond and did graduate work at Virginia Commonwealth University. She has been a high school English teacher and librarian, a college librarian, and is an editor and proofreader.


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