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Description

Idaho's longest river curves west through desert landscapes, cutting deep through ancient formations, flowing through space and time. How have humans dealt with the desert? How have we been shaped by the land? SNAKE: The Plain and Its People explores the physical and ecological roots of Idaho civilization through science, social science, photography and art.

ISBN

0932129242

Publisher

Boise State University

Publication Date

1994

City

Boise, ID

Comments

E.B. Bentley, Bill Bonnichsen, John Freemuth, Bill Hackett, Glenn Oakley, F. Ross Peterson, Mark Plew, Todd Shallat, and Steve Stuebner. SNAKE: The Plain and Its People. ©1994 by Boise State University - College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs.

Please see Albertsons Library catalog for physical copy: http://boisestate.worldcat.org/oclc/31689273.

SNAKE: The Plain and Its People

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