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Written by famed Idaho-born author Carol Ryrie Brink and originally published in 1959, Strangers in the Forest is set in the white pine timberland of the Idaho panhandle in 1908. The story explores the efforts of the early U.S. Forest Service to instill a sense of conservation in the land—a new concept affecting Idaho’s seemingly inexhaustible forests.


(314 pages)

Strangers in the Forest

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