This is Dinosaur: Echo Park Country and its Magic Rivers
by Stegner, Wallace
- Very Good in Fair dust jacket
Moab, Utah, United States
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New York City: Alfred A. Knopf. Very Good in Fair dust jacket. 1955. First Edition. Hardcover. Dust jacket in mylar; chipping along front and back top edges; half inch tears on front and spine; otherwise fair condition, with images still in full color. Blue boards with black lettering and picture of dinosaur bones; rust-colored spine with gold lettering. Minimal rubbing and fading to spine head and tail; otherwise in very good condition. Maps by Marion & Don Greame Kelley on front & back endpapers. Tight binding, clean interior. The Echo Park Dams were a proposed project to flood the area for an inland lake. Stegner's essays contained here defend the preservation of the area & in protest of the proposed hydraulic dams. (Eventually, the project moved to flooding Glen Canyon, for what is now Lake Powell. ) ; B&W and Color Photographs; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; 97 pp .
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- This is Dinosaur: Echo Park Country and its Magic Rivers
- Stegner, Wallace
- Litton, Martin
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- Used - Very Good in Fair dust jacket
- First Edition
- Alfred A. Knopf
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- New York City
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- Dinosaur National Monument, Echo Park, Natural History, Wallace Stegner, Environmentalism
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