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Lights of the Inside Passage: A History of British Columbia's Lighthouses and Their Keepers

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The lighthouses of the inside passage, many of them built to guide prospectors on their way to the Klondike, stretch from sheltered stations on the Gulf Islands to stark, storm-swept Triple Island and Langara, south of Alaska. Feel the fury of destructive North Pacific gales and tidal waves that ravage the coast; ponder the unsolved murder of Addenbrooke's keeper, and the ...more
Paperback, 270 pages
Published January 1st 1986 by Harbour Publishing
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Stories of incredible hardship made all the more amazing by the fact that they are true. A very detailed history loved the stories but it as packed with so much detail—especially regarding family histories— that I found it a dry read.
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