An Everyday History of Somewhere

Ray Raphael

This classic, award-winning people's history of California's north coast is an evocative blend of oral history and narrative. These stories resonate with truth for anyone who has ever visited the area. As the subtitle says, "Being the true story of Indians, deer, homesteaders, potatoes, loggers, trees, fishermen, salmon, and other living things in the back woods of Northern California."

"One of the season's real charmers."
~Kirkus Reviews

192 pages, 8" x 9", 90 illustrations. Published by Bored Feet Press.
ISBN 1-881102-25-4. trade paper




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