Life of Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

Title Life of Charles Erskine Scott Wood.
Names Wood, Erskine.
Medium Digital Book
Narrator Baer, Daniel.
Annotation Charles Erskine Scott Wood was a soldier, explorer, Indian fighter, and treaty negotiator living on Officers Row at Vancouver Barracks, Washington Territory; a brilliant lawyer for 30 years in Portland; an author, a poet, a satirist, a patron of the arts and a painter. He was one of the founders of the Portland Art Museum and a strong influence on the culture of the people of the Pacific Northwest. For junior and senior high school and adult readers. 1991.
Language English
Local Subject Adult Non-Fiction - AN
Northwest Interest - NWI
Pioneers & Frontier Life (Non-Fiction & Fiction) - PIO
Short Book - SH
Idaho Catalog - IDCAT
Biography - Literature, authors, writers - B-LIT
Biography - Explorers & astronauts - B-EXP
Male Author - MAU
Northwest Interest - Non-fiction - NWIN
Male narrator - MN
Young Adult
Male narrator
LC Subject Biographies
Authors, American - 19th century - Biography
Authors, American - 20th century - Biography
Downloadable books
Talking books
Book Number DBC07322
Length 4 hours, 52 minutes Digital talking book. 1 level.
Publication Info Boise : Idaho Talking Book Service, 2017
Title Status Request Copy
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