(Lawrence Grassi) [E–book] Ô Elio Costa

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man who not seek the limelight in any way a proud yet humble man who just wanted to belong and to contribute his climbing skills and his skillfully made stone walls which still stand today in his adopted terrain Lawrence Grassi was truly a legendary figure in the climbing community and once packed an injured colleague down a two mile descent on his back. Tain two lakes and a school and he is commemorated at Lake O'Hara in Yoho National ParkIn Lawrence Grassi From Piedmont to the Rocky Mountains Elio Costa and Gabriele Scardellato uncover the deeply private man behind this legend from his birth in the small Italian village of Falmenta to his long and inspirational career in Canada Using previously unexamined family letters and xtensiv. This is a painstakingly researched biography an Italian To Canada One Many Canada one of many the small northern Italian village of Falmenta and the contribution Lawrence Lorenzo Grassi made to the mountain climbing community and the trails of the Canadian Rockies Lawrence Grassi From Piedmont to the Rocky MountainsauthorsElio Costa Gabriele ScardellatoThis book may interest historians professionals and readers of the genre climbers hikers readers interested in working class history and those of us who are descendents of European immigrants who came to the New World with their hands strong backs and Old World skills The authors did a remarkable job of historical detective work because their subj. Lawrence Grassi was a trailblazer in very sense of the word A working class man of humble Italian origins who worked as a labourer and a coal miner for most of his life Grassi had a deep passion for the Rocky Mountains He was famous in the region for his commitment as a guide a mountain climber and a builder of greatly admired hiking trails Today in or near Can his name graces a moun. ,