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Who Saved the Redwoods: The Unsung Heroines of the 1920s Who Fought for Our Redwood Forests by Laura Wasserman; James Wasserman
Publication Date: 2019
Powerful lumber interests stood in the way of the first campaigns to save the redwood trees of Humboldt County, California, but they were boldly opposed and pushed back. This history of the early 1900s recalls the Progressive Era crusades of women and men who prevailed against great odds, protecting the best of California’s northern redwood forests.
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