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Title : Pig War Islands: The San Juans of Northwest Washington
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ISBN : 9780945742043
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 416 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Pig War Islands: The San Juans of Northwest Washington Reviews

  • Raven
    2019-02-20 12:09

    Hard for me to fairly rate this one, since I find early settlement/invasion history pretty hard to read... I just don't like reading about a bunch of people moving in and being tremendous jerks to everyone who was already there. My distaste for the subject matter is not a reflection on the book's author, though, and it does get better as you go on. While I didn't care about the earliest chapters and it took me months to get through them, I read the last two thirds of the book in a couple of days -- the author's tales of conflict between families and the ultimate setting of the character of the islands were far more interesting storytelling.