Raincoast Chronicles, Fourth Five

Raincoast Chronicles, Fourth Five

Stories and History of the BC Coast From Raincoast Chronicles Issues 16-20

Book - 2005
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By far the largest of the Raincoast Chronicles collections at 420 pages, Fourth Five is living proof that some things just keep getting better. Containing thirty-two inimitable stories, poems and articles, the volume expounds on such diverse matters as supernatural deer, the cannery village of Ceepeecee, fishing-fleet superstitions and the coveted recipe for donkey boiler coffee.

Writers include coast favourites Howard White, Doreen Armitage, Tom Henry, Dick Hammond, Vickie Jensen and Bus Griffiths.

As a bonus, this collection includes two longer features: one on the history of Telegraph Cove, BC, by Pat Wastell Norris and one on the frontier women of BC by Stephen Hume. The book is illustrated in characteristically extravagant fashion with drawings and archival photos.
The largest Raincoast Chronicles collection is now available in trade paperback!

Publisher: Madeira Park, B.C. : Harbour Pub., c2005
ISBN: 9781550173727
1550173723
Branch Call Number: 971.11 RAI
Characteristics: 420 p. :,ill., maps, ports. ;,29 cm.
Additional Contributors: White, Howard 1945-

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