This vivid account of a colorful era is based largely on the memories of Lawney L. Reyes. His mother's diary and the stories told by his parents and older members of the Sin-Aikst tribe contribute to this story.
Reyes tells of hard times, dreams, and extreme courage and reveals the humor, toughness, and recklessness of the adventurers who came to work on the dam. He also describes the history and culture of the Indians whose villages were flooded and whose way of life was irrevocably changed by the building of the Grand Coulee Dam.
- 5.5" x 8" soft cover
- 155 pages
- Signed edition
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