Ghost Towns of the Pacific Northwest: Your Guide to Ghost Towns, Mining Camps, and Historic Forts of Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia (Pictorial Discovery Guide Series)
  • Ghost Towns of the Pacific Northwest: Your Guide to Ghost Towns, Mining Camps, and Historic Forts of Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia (Pictorial Discovery Guide Series)
  • Ghost Towns of the Pacific Northwest: Your Guide to Ghost Towns, Mining Camps, and Historic Forts of Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia (Pictorial Discovery Guide Series)

Ghost Towns of the Pacific Northwest: Your Guide to Ghost Towns, Mining Camps, and Historic Forts of Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia (Pictorial Discovery Guide Series)

by Philip Varney, Susan Drew
     
 

By combining personal observations and historical background, respected ghost-town authority Philip Varney brings a colorful region to life. Teaming with photographers John and Susan Drew, Varney guides readers through the ghost towns, mining camps, lumber towns, fishing villages, and historic forts of the Pacific Northwest. 130 photos, 110 in full color.See more details below

Overview

By combining personal observations and historical background, respected ghost-town authority Philip Varney brings a colorful region to life. Teaming with photographers John and Susan Drew, Varney guides readers through the ghost towns, mining camps, lumber towns, fishing villages, and historic forts of the Pacific Northwest. 130 photos, 110 in full color.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780896585928
Publisher:
Voyageur Press
Publication date:
04/28/2005
Series:
Pictorial Discovery Guide Series
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.18(d)

What People are saying about this

From the Publisher
Book News, Inc., November 2005 (circ. unavailable) “Varney focuses on sites likely little-known even to Northwest residents.”

Bookwatch, September 2005 (circ.: 80,000) “Any with an interest in Northwest history and vintage towns, whether it be armchair traveler or destination visitor, will relish this intriguing history.”

The Oregonian, Aug. 1, 2005 (circ.: 335,980) “A fine guide to discovering these fascinating places where time has moved on.”

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