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Camping at the Edge of American History

Camping at the Edge of American History

Camping at the Edge of American History renders the Oregon Coast and the greater Northwest in a work of creative nonfiction that melds surrealist photography with wide-ranging prose. In ten chapters and a substantial epilogue, the book seeks the dark corners and vacant meadows of the Northwest – its people and industry, wildlife & botany, myths & legends, geology, and natural and human history – and what is to be found there. The book is intended not only for tourists to the Oregon coast and locals but also anyone seeking a way to stop the nonstop noise of civilization, mitigate the effects of such noise on the psyche, and uncover (or recover) possible ways to slow down the rush of modernity.

Camping at the Edge of American History

by J. B. Elhem (PDF (High quality), EPUB) – 299 pages

Camping at the Edge of American History by J. B. Elhem

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My name is John Eye and I’m obssessed with ebooks, loves to procrastinate, a bookworm and one that loves to share with the world what free ebooks have to offer.

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