[Loscho_Enews] Heritage programming - Humanities roster and Jack Nisbet
kprasse at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 3 12:07:08 PDT 2012
Please see the new roster of humanities program of the NEH :
Also - Please see below - I read the "The Collector" and it was one of my favorite books of the last ten years - truly an amazing story of plant collecting and the painstaking efforts required to preserve specimens, transport them to England as well as the first hand accounts of early exploration of the Pacific Northwest.
The program is on Whidbey but just in case you are available, here are the details.
Jack Nisbet, Story Teller and Author
Saturday, September 15th 5pm
Jack Nisbet is the winner of the 2010 Pacific Northwest Book Award for his book, The Collector: David Douglas and the Natural History of the Northwest. He is a teacher, naturalist, and writer who lives in Spokane, Washington with his wife and two children. Jack grew up in North
Carolina, a graduate of Stanford University.
Jack is the author of several other books that explore the human and natural history of the Intermountain West,including Purple Flat Top, Singing Grass Burning Sage, and Visible Bones as well as two books about fur agent and cartographer David Thompson: Sources of the River and The Mapmaker’s Eye.
The Washington State Historical Society Director, David Nicandri, calls him “one of the Northwest’s great storytellers.”
M Bar C Ranch
5264 So. Shore Meadow Road
Freeland, WA 98249
General Admission: $50
Contact us: meerkerk at whidbey.net, 360.678.1912 or 360.222.0121
League of Snohomish County Heritage Organizations
info at snocoheritage.org
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