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Place Called Turkey Run : A Celebration of Indiana’s Second State Park in Photographs and Words
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"Turkey Run became Indiana's second state park in 1916. Within its boundaries lie some of the more rugged and stunning landscapes to be found in Indiana. Its sandstone bluffs and canyons, created by centuries of melting glaciers and running water, are filled with unique landforms and beautiful landscapes supporting a wide array of plant and animal life. A Place Called Turkey Run captures the majesty and mystique of the park in text and hundreds of full-color images. The work is organized into six distinct photo essays on the park's beauty: sandstone; bluffs and canyons; flowing water; snow and ice; tall trees; and flowers, ferns, and fungi. This book is published to honor the natural heritage of the land it describes, in celebration of Turkey Run's hundredth anniversary as an Indiana State Park."--Provided by publisher.
Number of Pages: 196
Genre: Photography, Nature, Travel
Publisher: Purdue Univ Pr
Author: Daniel P. Shepardson
Street Date: September 15, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-33-3503
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