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eBook Harriet Chalmers Adams: Adventurer and Explorer, Second Edition ePub

by Durlynn Anema

  • ISBN: 0881001317
  • Category: Travelers and Explorers
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Durlynn Anema
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: National Writers Press; 2nd edition (April 2004)
  • Pages: 126
  • ePub book: 1747 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1320 kb
  • Other: mobi txt lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 356

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Harriet Chalmers Adams : Adventurer and Explorer. by Durlynn Anema and Dyrlynn Anema. Harriet Chalmers Adams earned public acclaim in the early twentieth century by traveling, at great peril, through some of the most treacherous parts of the globe.

Harriet Chalmers Adams : Adventurer and Explorer. She recorded her three-year, 40,000 mile journey through South America. Her adventures, in words and photographs, were published in National Geographic Magazine and other trade publications. She also presented on the lecture circuit.

Harriet Chalmers Adams earned public acclaim in the early twentieth century by traveling, at great peril. Durlynn Anema, a journalist, counselor and educator, once worked in Harriet Chalmers Adams' hometown of Stockton, California, where she learned about this fascinating woman. She now resides in Calaveras County, where Harriet's parents lived for over ten years. Paperback: 126 pages.

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Harriet Chalmers Adams was born in Stockton, California to Alexander Chalmers and Frances Wilkens. Harriet Chalmers Adams: Adventurer and Explorer.

Harriet Chalmers Adams was born in Stockton, California to Alexander Chalmers and Frances Wilkens sit interessant which they visited every country, and traversed the Andes on horseback. The New York Times wrote that she "reached twenty frontiers previously unknown to white women. Aurora, Colorado: National Writers Press, 2004.

Harriet Chalmers Adams (October 22, 1875 – July 17, 1937) was an American explorer, writer and photographer

Harriet Chalmers Adams (October 22, 1875 – July 17, 1937) was an American explorer, writer and photographer. She lectured frequently on her travels and illustrated her talks with color slides and movies.

Harriet Chalmers Adams (October 22 1875–July 17 1937) was an American explorer, writer and photographer.

Harriet Chalmers Adams was living the dream. In the early 20th century, she figured out what millions of people on social media and crowdsourcing sites are fussing over today: How do you make a living from your adventures? She logged over 100,000 miles-the equivalent of four times around the world-all before you could purchase a trans-Atlantic commercial airline ticket. And people did indeed paid her for it. Let’s be clear. Adams had a sincere curiosity to explore. Her motivation wasn’t wealth or infamy that might lead to a reality show contract

Harriet Chalmers Adams Tells of Encountering Vampires, Shooting Monkeys, Creeping Along Dangerous Trails. begins the headline of an August 18, 1912, article in the New York Times.

Harriet Chalmers Adams Tells of Encountering Vampires, Shooting Monkeys, Creeping Along Dangerous Trails. The piece profiled a woman whose voyages to remote areas of Latin America spoke to a life of dramatic adventure that’s today most often encountered in vintage film reels. WWI soldiers warm themselves at a fire behind the lines in French Lorraine in 1917. Here there was pain, Chalmers wrote. Photograph by Harriet Chalmers Adams.

Harriet Chalmers Adams earned public acclaim in the early twentieth century by traveling, at great peril, through some of the most treacherous parts of the globe. She recorded her three-year, 40,000 mile journey through South America. Her adventures, in words and photographs, were published in National Geographic Magazine and other trade publications. She also presented on the lecture circuit. When war broke out in 1914, she was the first woman correspondent to be granted permission to the front lines in France.

After World War I, Harriet helped launch the Society of Woman Geographers. Her term as that organization's first president helped assure that future women like herself would have the support of a professional group. Unfortunately, Harriet has been largely forgotten in the decades since her death. Harriet Chalmers Adams: Adventurer and Explorer brings this fascinating life to young readers.