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01.01.1996  · Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History [Joaquin Miller] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. …

29.08.2015  · Life Amongst the Modocs has 18 ratings and 5 reviews. Mike said: Joaquin Miller is a somewhat forgotten author, to the extent that a …

Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History. Joaquin Miller; Introduction by Malcolm Margolin; Afterword by Alan Rosenus. Capturing the fierce power and sublime beauty ...

01.01.1996  · Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History [Joaquin Miller] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. …

29.08.2015  · Life Amongst the Modocs has 18 ratings and 5 reviews. Mike said: Joaquin Miller is a somewhat forgotten author, to the extent that a …

Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History. Joaquin Miller; Introduction by Malcolm Margolin; Afterword by Alan Rosenus. Capturing the fierce power and sublime beauty ...

Although Joaquin Miller is widely viewed as one of the “founding fathers” of the literature of the west, this new edition of his classic work proves him to be a writer of considerable power and appeal, with something fresh and vital to say to the readers of today.

First printed in 1873, Life Amongst the Modocs is based on Miller’s years among the mining towns and Indian camps of northernmost California during the tumultuous 1850s. As a nature writer, he was among the first to capture the fierce power and sublime beauty of California’s wild landscape. He was also a maverick in his portrayal of the state’s emotional landscape, dealing as no one has before or since with themes such as loneliness and defeat, melancholy and rage, weakness and strength, joy and loyalty.

“A powerfully felt narrative of survival and warfare in the gold-digger slums and Indian emcampments of northern California.”

01.01.1996  · Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History [Joaquin Miller] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. …

29.08.2015  · Life Amongst the Modocs has 18 ratings and 5 reviews. Mike said: Joaquin Miller is a somewhat forgotten author, to the extent that a …

Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History. Joaquin Miller; Introduction by Malcolm Margolin; Afterword by Alan Rosenus. Capturing the fierce power and sublime beauty ...

Although Joaquin Miller is widely viewed as one of the “founding fathers” of the literature of the west, this new edition of his classic work proves him to be a writer of considerable power and appeal, with something fresh and vital to say to the readers of today.

First printed in 1873, Life Amongst the Modocs is based on Miller’s years among the mining towns and Indian camps of northernmost California during the tumultuous 1850s. As a nature writer, he was among the first to capture the fierce power and sublime beauty of California’s wild landscape. He was also a maverick in his portrayal of the state’s emotional landscape, dealing as no one has before or since with themes such as loneliness and defeat, melancholy and rage, weakness and strength, joy and loyalty.

“A powerfully felt narrative of survival and warfare in the gold-digger slums and Indian emcampments of northern California.”

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