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A very nice read about a seldom thought about region in a sparsely populated area. My work takes me through Terry, Mildred, and Ismay on a regular basis. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
my father was one of thoes homestaders and this book answered some of questions i have wondered about. Excellent book!!!Published 6 months ago by trent turnbull
Bad Land describes the attempts to make a living on highly questionable land. The federal government and railroad companies would benefit by having settlers in this region - more... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chris Gregory
Interesting, but got repetitive. It would've really been more interesting with some photographs.Published 9 months ago by Pat Turner
Pretty much a downer, but I've been through the area he focuses on, and believe me, it can be pretty bleak in places, although I did visit the best antique car museum I've ever... Read morePublished 10 months ago by T' Wretched Reviewer With Malice Aforethought
This is on my short list of best books I've ever read. I loaned my copy out 10 years ago and never got it back. Now I'm buying a replacement copy; it's that good. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. Lloyd
Read this when if first came out and gave it away to a friend. Bought this copy to keep. Great book and in great condition!Published 12 months ago by Cal
Raban at his best, superb writing, insightful, rich and rewarding read. Having grown up in Spokane, this book resonated with me, recalled stories and places I had long forgotten,... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nilla