Title: It Takes a Watershed to Make a River
Author: William A. ''Bill'' Lansing
Description: Signed by author on ffep. Stated First Printing. Beautifully produced, with extensive color and black-and-white illustrations. xvi, 382 pages. Dust jacket lightly rubbed; not price clipped; in an archival mylar sleeve.
Signed, hardcover edition of Volume II of Bill Lansing's Gone Fishin' (It Takes a Watershed to Make a River). A well researched and comprehensive presentation of the historical aspects of southern Oregon's rivers and creeks, including the legacy of the fishing culture, local industry, people, towns, dams, floods, and environment.
Major sections cover the Rogue, Coos, Umpqua, Coquille, and Chetco Rivers, with shorter chapters on Hunter Creek, Pistol River, Brush Creek, Floras Creek, Elk Rier, New River, Sixes River, Winchuck River, and the Tenmile Lakes.
Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Publisher: [published by author]
Place: [North Bend, Oregon]
Keywords: Oregon, rivers, fishing, history, industry, Rogue River, Umpqua River, Coos River, Coquille River, Chetco River, southern Oregon, salmon, dams,
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