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The Far Out Story of Vortex I

Part Two of the Beaver State Trilogy
Love, Matt (Book Plus CD - 2004 )
The Far Out Story of Vortex I


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When the American Legion invited Richard Nixon to speak at their national convention in Portland, Oregon in the summer of 1970, Oregon Governor Tom McCall and a few area hippies came up with a plan to avoid a violent clash with anti-war protestors: they would have a free rock festival at a state park, without police intervention. Vortex I: A Biodegradable Festival of Life became "the only state-sponsored rock festival in American history."--cover (p. [4])
Authors: Love, Matt
Title: The far out story of Vortex I
part two of the Beaver State trilogy
Publisher: Pacific City, Or. :, Nestucca Spit Press,, c2004
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 272 p. :,ill., map ;,23 cm. +,1 sound disc
Series:
Statement of Responsibility: Matt Love
Summary: When the American Legion invited Richard Nixon to speak at their national convention in Portland, Oregon in the summer of 1970, Oregon Governor Tom McCall and a few area hippies came up with a plan to avoid a violent clash with anti-war protestors: they would have a free rock festival at a state park, without police intervention. Vortex I: A Biodegradable Festival of Life became "the only state-sponsored rock festival in American history."--cover (p. [4])
Alternate Title: Vortex I
ISBN: 0974436410
Branch Call Number: 979.5 L897f 2004
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