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Signed by the Author. Octavo, paperbound (stiff, color illus. wrappers), 80 pp. Near-Fine. From lower cover: Caddo was...a home to the peace-loving Caddo Indians, a haven for outlaws and other exiles from civilization, and a highway for lucrative steamboat traffic. Caddo Lake is...a rich, natural heritage that current residents safeguard for generations yet to come. In this popular book, first published in 1988, longtime Caddo resident Fred Dahmer vividly describes the history, colorful characters, natural beauty, and poetry of this large, cypress-strewn, moss-hung, mysterious body of water that stretches from northeastern Texas into Louisiana. Wonderfully evoking the spirit of Caddo Lake, his book is a must read not only for visitors to the lake but also for anyone who cherishes our last vanishing wilderness areas. Fred Dahmer is a lifelong conservationist and a leader in the fight to preserve Caddo Lake as a place of natural beauty. Now retired from a career in electronics, he resides in Uncertain, Texas, near the shores of Caddo Lake.
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