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1 Anderson, Charles & Culbert, Lori WILDFIRE British Columbia Burns
Vancouver Greystone Books 2003 1553650573 / 9781553650577 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket 
Ex-library book, but still in great condition - laminated cover and usual ex-lib type markings. Pages are clean and tight, jacket has light scuffing. Profusely illustrated in colour. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Compiling 130 of the best photographs and stories from the long hot summer of 2003, senior editors and photographers from The Vancouver Sun and The Province newspapers reflect on the historic, economic, and emotional toll of the fires. There are three sections on the main fire areas-Kamloops, Kelowna, and Cranbrook-that delve into the tragedies and the triumphs of the fires that burned (and in many cases continue to burn) in those regions. Included are many tales of the men and women-including firefighters who had lost their own homes-who risked their lives on the front lines, volunteers who gave generously of their time and money, and friends and neighbours, and even strangers, from all over the country, who rallied to help those in need. Finally, an epilogue reflects on the rebuilding process and what's ahead for the people and the communities affected by the devastation. [870] 
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