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East Kootenay Chronicle

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In tapping the rugged historical spirit of the East Kootenays, the authors have crafted an intriguing book which breathes of violence, strength and discovery.

Two years of extensive research have gone into the writing of this book. It is the story of the pioneers of the East Kootenay district, and their struggle to survive through incredible hardships and setbacks. East Koo
Paperback, 176 pages
Published May 1st 1974 by Sunfire Publications Limited
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Oct 11, 2009 Phae rated it liked it
A lively look at the history and sites of the east Kootenays in south-central BC from the Crowsnest Pass to the Columbia Trench to Moyie. Chapters include essays on David Thompson, Edgar Dewdney, The Wild Horse Creek Klondike, Bill Fernie, and Emperor Pic and many others. It is written in a conversational and often droll voice. It includes many evocative old photographs and maps of the region. The layout could be modernized to make it more readable and sometimes the editorializing gets a bit ...more
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