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Who Saved the Redwoods? Book Talk

When: Sat., June 8, 1-2 p.m. 2019
Phone: 707-443-1947
Price: Free
This book tells the forgotten, dramatic story of early 20th-century Californians and other Americans who were the first group to preserve an important span of California’s northern redwood forests, a story never told before in one place. This book exclusively details the first fights during the 1920s and 1930s and portrays the significant role of women. Authors Laura and James Wasserman will be traveling to Humboldt County and hosting a book signing and talk about their new book at the Clarke Museum! Copies of "Who Saved the Redwoods?" will be for sale at this event.



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