Hiking Oregon's History

This engaging history tells the stories behind 56 of the state's most interesting historic sites -- from a desert cave with 14,000-year-old artifacts to Lewis and Clark's route, gold mining ghost towns, and haunted lighthouses. The book also suggests optional hiking trips so you can see the sites yourself.

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Published: Jan. 22, 2011
Words: 90,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452459233
About William Sullivan

The author of 3 novels and nearly a dozen nonfiction books, Sullivan earned an English degree at Cornell University, studied linguistics in Heidelberg,Germany, and completed a master's degree in German literature at the University of Oregon. His adventure memoir of a 1000-mile walk through Oregon's wilderness, "Listening for Coyote" was hailed as "an American classic" by Alison Lurie and chosen one of Oregon's 100 books. He lives in Eugene, Oregon.

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