5 edition of My view of the Methow from Moccasin Lake Ranch found in the catalog.
My view of the Methow from Moccasin Lake Ranch
James C. Pigott
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||James C. Pigott.|
|LC Classifications||F897.M44 P54 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005002094|
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As we got ready to sleep, Annie Budiselich and her volunteers arrived with 15 horses from Moccasin Lake Ranch. For the next several days, we helped each other find hotel rooms, tend to our horses and share news about the fire. It was great to be at Appleatchee with the Moccasin Lake volunteers. The staff of Appleatchee Ranch was extremely gracious. Honorable Mention: A View of the Methow from Moccasin Lake Ranch, by James C. Pigott (Documentary Media, LLC); Legal Essentials for California Couples, by Ed Sherman and Susan Cameron (Nolo Press Occidental); Alaska’s Tracy Arm and Sawyer Glaciers, by Nick Jans, photographed by Mark Kelley (Mark Kelly Publishing and.
Book Wizard; Moccasin Trail. By Eloise Jarvis McGraw. Grades. W. Genre. Fiction. A pioneer boy, brought up by Crow Indians, is reunited with his family and attempts to orient himself in the white man's culture. A pioneer boy, brought up by Crow Indians, is reunited with his family and attempts to orient himself in the white man's culture. The Big House in Moccasin, Arizona was built ca. by Mormon pioneer craftsmen associated with the Mormon United Order based in Orderville, house was one of the first multi-room residences in the remote northern Arizona community of Moccasin and for several decades served as a community and religious center for Moccasin and Arizona Strip residents and Location: W. Center St., Moccasin, Arizona.
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Jim Pigott, a long-time resident of the Methow Valley, is the owner and operator of Moccasin Lake Ranch. His book not only provides an occupational history of the valley, but provides a colorful glimpse of what it has taken to run a ranch in the 20th and now 21st : James C.
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