Farthest Reach Oregon & Washington
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Farthest Reach Oregon & Washington

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  2 ratings  ·  1 review
Here is a book on the Pacific Northwest which tells us things we have not known before about life on the last frontier; stories of communities which still retain a strong flavor of a way of life which we like to consider truly American; tails of Indian voodoo and spirit dancing; descriptions of such unusual settlements as those of the Basques in the isolated range country...more
Hardcover, 359 pages
Published 1949 by Alfred A. Knopf (NY)
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Mary
This gave some interesting historical perspective but I found the writing to be moderately repetitive and, since it was written in 1941, there are a lot of references to people and events that I have never heard of, without proper explanation.
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