Down the Columbia
Originally published in 1921, Freeman's account of his journey down the Columbia river depicts in detail the natural beauty of the area and provides a glimpse at life along the river during the 1920's. The narrative traces his voyage from the headwaters of the Columbia to the run past Palisade Rock
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