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Great story about a distant relative. I understand my agricultural roots better. Have visited his empire and appreciate what he did.Published 1 month ago by Linda B. Bordelon
Fascinating book. A piece of unknown history. Very relevant in the 2015 year of the drought.Published 1 month ago by Txbiker
One of the best California history books I have read. The story of J. G. Boswell is interesting and the second story regarding the Salyer family is equally interesting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael K
The author gives a very good and lucid story of the CA Central Valley and the history of water distribution. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laurence Taylor
I am ag centric, so I very much identify with the lay of the land the pages with in this saga describe. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rico DiMattia
If you really want to understand water in California...and what happened to it...THIS IS THE BOOK!!!!Published 3 months ago by Edward Reilley
a must read for anyone living in Calif. and especially for people born and living there since 1930 to 1950.....Published 4 months ago by Patrick T. Mclaughlin