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The Island Remembers: A History of Harstine Island and Its People

by Beulah Hitchcock

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0879610891, Paperback)

Although The Island Remembers will be of primary interest to Hairstine Island families and to residents of surrounding areas, it is excellent reading for all history buffs.
Rich in personal anecdotes and profusely accented with old photographs, the book offers nostalgia, pathos and humor skillfully combines with well researched facts.
The Island Remembers is written in an informal style and with appeal for readers of all ages. It reflects the dedicated efforts of its authors and will surely endure as a memorial and a tribute to Hairstine Island.
_ Jan Danford

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:59:37 -0400)

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