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Both Sides of the Bluff is a place-based history of the lower Eel and Van Duzen rivers, Table Bluff, and south Humboldt Bay. In addition to an opening chapter on the area's Indian tribes, 31 separate places are given chapter-length treatment, from Scotia to Fields Landing and from Hydesville to Centerville. Over 180 photos and line-art images, drawn from more than a dozen different sources, illustrate more than a century's worth of significant people, places, and events. A map portfolio provides detailed views of the area's main cultural features. The text includes numerous "stand alone" stories along with a chronological account of each location. More than 2,500 endnotes provide the sources for virtually all the factual statements contained with the book. Both casual readers and serious history students should enjoy Both Sides of the Bluff.
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