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In Search of Small-Town America: Volume 4

In Search of Small-Town America: Volume 4

Idaho, Montana and Wyoming

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From the Columbia Plateau, and into The Rockies. Night-time in downtown Moscow. Trestle bridges, a fair many churches, free bibles, and a gunslinger in the supermarket parking-lot.

A skirmish with some very mean dogs, the Miracle of America Museum, and the fabled 'Big Sky'. Meeting with the Blackfoot Indians, and an excellent Friday-night shindig at the 'VFW'.

The Cody Night Rodeo, the Standard Oil Story, the new WYO movie theater, and a farmhand thinker. 'Dayton Debbie', the little town of Ten Sleep, the hot springs of Thermopolis, and the truth about hot dog eating competitions.

  • 211 Pages
  • 245 Photographs
  • 21,800 Words approx.
  • 38.1 MB PDF Download

Cover: Sheridan - Idaho. 2006

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‘In Search of Small-Town America’ is available as a series of digital files, downloaded in vertical-scrolling PDF format, to your desktop computer, tablet, or mobile device. Try it first on the free ‘Introduction’ and ‘Volume 1’. For each subsequent purchase, download the file direct from the site, and you’ll also receive an order confirmation, via email.

The ‘Complete Library’ is a ’zip file’, so please allow more time for the download process. Follow its progress in your downloads folder, and double-click to expand it.

  • Wayne Jackman

    The work is a unique and innovative mix of superb photographs, and an eloquent but quirky, daily diary – as the author voyages on a daunting solo trip through every State in America – in one year!

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  • Susan Toft

    This is unlike anything I've ever read before, with an intriguing combination of pictures and prose, interwoven in such a perceptive, and imaginative way. This is 'Click-Lit' – and I'm coining the phrase.

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  • Michael Hearn

    I was captivated by this work, and the ambitious intention, but the methodical way in which the author has carried it out in such wonderful detail of words and images, is nothing short of astonishing.

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