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    Super Moderator Senior Pearl-Guide.com Pearl Expert jshepherd's Avatar
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    Default Early's Idaho by Doug Fiske

    I thought some might find this interesting. The writer of the Pearls Course for GIA has written and published another book, which has just been made available on Amazon and the publisher's website.

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/0996784705
    https://www.createspace.com/5660836

    I've got a copy coming. It's going to be my next vacation/disconnect book!

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    I'll look forward to reading it too!
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    I'll be buying this book also. My Grandfather also homesteaded in northern Idaho and as a civil engineer helped layout towns along the Columbia River in Washington state. So much more interesting than fiction, imo.
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