In images and narratives, Native River recreates the untamed Mid-Columbia-the river as it once was, before the building of seven major dams. Featuring a wealth of illustrations, maps, and photographs, many never before published, this finely crafted book focuses on the 350-mile reach of the middle Columbia River from Priest Rapids in south-central Washington to the U.S.-Canadian border. William Layman affords each segment of this waterway with its own rich visual documentation, forming a backdrop to many absorbing river stories.
Layman, William D., 1946-
the Columbia remembered : Priest Rapids to the international boundary
Pullman :, Washington State University Press,, c2002
xii, 195 p. :,ill., maps ;,23 x 28 cm
Branch Call Number:
979.7 L427n 2002