THE ROARING LAND by Archie Blons

THE ROARING LAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A persuasive narrative about the living map of Washington (state), in the not too far distant past, as the author tells of his life in that state, from the experiences of his family in making a living (strawberries, apples, truck farming, raising hare, goats, and winding up in a varied collection of disappointments and discour-. Then on to the steamboats used in trips to sawmills, lumber empire, and so , men and labor. How a baseball game won a boundary line; differentials between the Brand Coulee, the Columbia River, the Japa. An ""I remember"" and contemporary history in pleasant and readable bland.

Pub Date: April 21st, 1942
Publisher: McBride