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The bridge of the gods; a romance of Indian Oregon.

Author: Frederic Homer Balch
Publisher: Portland, Or., Binfords & Mort [©1965]
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Bridge of the Gods combines imagination, fact and legend to write this fictionalized romance. The chief of the Willamettes gathered on Wappatto Island, from time immemorial the council ground of the tribes. The white man has changed its name to Sauvie Island; but its wonderful beauty is unchangeable. Lying at the mouth of the Willamette River and extending many miles down the Columbia, rich in wide meadows and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Named Person: Frederic Homer Balch
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederic Homer Balch
OCLC Number: 1834541
Notes: "Biographical sketch of Frederic Homer Blach": p. [287]-318.
Description: 318 p. plates ; 23 cm.

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The Bridge of the Gods combines imagination, fact and legend to write this fictionalized romance. The chief of the Willamettes gathered on Wappatto Island, from time immemorial the council ground of the tribes. The white man has changed its name to Sauvie Island; but its wonderful beauty is unchangeable. Lying at the mouth of the Willamette River and extending many miles down the Columbia, rich in wide meadows and crystal lakes, its interior dotted with majestic oaks and its shores fringed with cottonwoods, around it the blue and sweeping rivers, the wooded hills, and the far white snow peaks, it is the most picturesque spot in Oregon.

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