Harbor Press [Published date: 1990]. Soft cover, 214 pp. [Excerpt from rear cover] More than 1.5 million people ride the ferry each year to the San Juan Islands. Thousands more visit the archipelago by private boat or plane. All agree the San Juans are a national treasure. Stunningly beautiful, the islands have become a special place to live and visit. How did they become what they are? Who were the first settlers whose decisions shape today? What about the soldiers, the Indians, the smugglers, the pioneer families? Lucile S. McDonaId, one of Washington's most-honored historians, explores the earliest days in the islands and captures the essence of the island spirit that lives today. For those who love the islands, Making History: The People Who Shaped the San Juan Islands is a delightful, fast-paced and fascinating adventure.
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