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The Salinas, upside-down river
Fisher, Anne B.
|Statement||by Anne B. Fisher ; illustrated by Walter K. Fisher.|
|Series||Rivers of America|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 316 p. :|
|Number of Pages||316|
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The Salinas, upside-down river by Fisher, Anne B.; 12 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Historia Da America, Geschichte, Siedlung; Places. The Salinas: upside-down river. [Anne B Fisher] Home. Upside-down river book Home About WorldCat Help.
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This book was published by Valley Publishers inthis is the 5th printing. This hardcover is 8-¼” high by 5-¾” wide, it has xviii + pages, it is illustrated by Walter K. Fisher, it has a map, bibliography and an index.
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It flows north-northwest and drains the Salinas Valley that slices through the central California Coast Ranges south of Monterey Bay. The river begins in southern San Luis Obispo County, originating in the Los Machos Hills of the Los Padres National Forest.
The Salinas River is an integral part of numerous novels written by John Steinbeck and is the subject of a book written by Anne B. Fisher, The Salinas, Upside Down River, (Rivers of America). The Salinas was originally named Rio Monte Rey (the Mountain King River) in by Juan Bautista de Anza and later renamed the Salinas River.
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Anne Benson Fisher (February 1, – March 5, ) was an American writer of fiction and non-fiction whose primary emphasis was two most significant works were her novel Cathedral in the Sun () and her contribution to the Rivers of America Series, The Salinas: Upside Down River ().
In Fisher married Walter Kenrick Fisher. In Anne Fisher's book, The Salinas, Upside-Down River, reference was made by her that Rudyard Kipling had visited the Colony, but it was Haggard not Kipling. By Novemberother residents of Fort Romie were families of I.
Doly, R.A. Hildalgo, S.J. Galloway, J.E. Salinas River: Upside Down and Underground I first saw the Salinas River when I moved to Templeton, California in This river, the longest on the California Central Coast, divides the east and west sides of North San Luis Obispo County.The Yarra River is not one of the world's great rivers.
It is however the reason why Melbourne exists and a lot of money has been spent rehabilitating the banks of the river with beautiful parkland and facilities. Unfortunately, the river itself is just a muddy piddling body of water that empties in a rather shallow bayK TripAdvisor reviews.Nuestra Señora de la Soledad was founded on October 9, Mission Soledad was abandoned for almost years, then carefully restored between – The simple chapel and padre’s quarters, and the ruins of the mission’s adobe walls accurately depict what was one of the most isolated of the California missions.