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Never Fly over an Eagles Nest

By: Garner, Joe

Price: $39.95

Publisher: Nanaimo, British Columbia, Cinnabar Press: 1986

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 71608637

ISBN: 0969134304

Condition: Good


0969134304 266 pages plus fold-out map. The autobiography of a man whose life has spanned the modern history of British Columbia. Takes us from the early days of pioneer life on Saltspring Island, through his boyhood adventures as a hunter and trapper, to his subsequent exploits as an entrepreneur and innovator in several of the West Coast's burgeoning industries. Author's signature upon title page. Erasure to top of half-title page. Moderate wear. Brown staining to lower edge of covers and some pages. View more info

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Never Forget the Good Times: A Story of Life in British Columbia

By: Garner, Joe

Price: $49.95

Publisher: Nanaimo, BC, Canada, Cinnabar Press: 1995

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 461A1708

ISBN: 0969134371

Condition: Fine


0969134371 317 pages including index. Author's fifth book. Recalls his pioneer life on Saltspring Island through his challenging life during the depression of the 1930s, supervising tough wartime construction jobs, operating as many as 20 logging camps and breeding show-winning cattle on his ranch south of Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. Clean, bright, unmarked and unread. Beautiful copy. Rare in hard cover. View more info

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Never Under the Table a Story of British Columbia's Forests and Government Mismanagement

By: Joe Garner

Price: $39.95

Publisher: Nanaimo, BC, Canada, Cinnabar Press: 1991

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 713A6996

ISBN: 0969134355

Condition: Fine


0969134355 274 pages including logging glossary. Deals with forestry - the scandals and accomplishments, the failures and progress of loggers, corporations, and government policy. But more importantly, author has hopes and recommendations for the future of B.C.'s forest industry. Author was born in 1909 in a small log cabin with a dirt floor on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. Clean, bright and unmarked with minimal wear. Very nice copy. View more info