The Seattle correspondent for The New York Times ranges through the Pacific Northwest--from the salmon fisheries and logging camps to the used-up ...Show synopsisThe Seattle correspondent for The New York Times ranges through the Pacific Northwest--from the salmon fisheries and logging camps to the used-up "resource towns" and the manicured English gardens of Vancouver--in this exemplary blend of history, geology, anthropology, and politics. A Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Award winner.Hide synopsis
Egan covers the landscape, the people, and the politics, past and present, that make the Pacific Northwest dramatically beautiful and environmentally important. The book is well-written, engaging, and informative.
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