Where the Waters Divide

A 3,000 Mile Trek Along America's Continental Divide

Karen Berger (Author), Daniel R. Smith (Author)

Logo markA Countryman Press book

 

A tale of adventure, this is also a story of the American West and the ways in which it has been "used, crossed, inhabited, cursed, logged, grazed, and climbed." The authors write with insight about the history, environment, and politics of the region as they pass through grazing lands and reservations, mines and ghost towns, and miles and miles of wilderness.

A tale of adventure, this is also a story of the American West and the ways in which it has been "used, crossed, inhabited, cursed, logged, grazed, and climbed." The authors write with insight about the history, environment, and politics of the region as they pass through grazing lands and reservations, mines and ghost towns, and miles and miles of wilderness.

Book Details

  • Paperback
  • November 1997
  • ISBN 978-0-88150-403-3
  • 6 × 9 in / 368 pages
  • Sales Territory: Worldwide

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