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(Tales of the Wild West #7)

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Rick Steber began writing the Tales of the Wild West stories in 1973 for his syndicated newspaper column. He gathers information from personal interviews and research journals, diaries, logs, letters, newspapers and books. To gain a pioneer's perspective he has hiked the Oregon Trail and paddled a canoe from the wilderness to the mouth of the Columbia River. As he travels ...more
Paperback, 60 pages
Published March 1st 1989 by Bonanza Publishing
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Kevin Keating
Dec 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This was a great read. Lots of stuff for me to follow up on. Learned a lot about logging. Did not know that they pushed the Indians off of their logging land in the Great Lake, but of course not surprised. I can only imagine the size of some of those old growth western trees.
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I was first introduced to these books as a young girl picking out a souvenir from the gift shop at Fort Stevens. The next year I was able to obtain another. I do not yet have the full collection but I do have several of them. Some of them are still unread but on my to read list for this year as my attention turns to short stories and flash fictions, and bettering my own writing in that genre.

Loggers was an awe inspiring look into what logging was like way back "in the day." It never ceases to
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Rick Steber, the author of more than 30 books with sales of more than a million copies, has received national acclaim for his writing. His numerous awards include the Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best Western Novel, Western Heritage Award, Benjamin Franklin Award, Mid-America Publishers Award, Oregon Library Association Award, Oregon Literary Arts Award, Independent Publishers Book ...more

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Tales of the Wild West (1 - 10 of 16 books)
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