By Don Berry



Set in 1848 on the wild edge of the continent, in the rain forests and rugged headlands of the Oregon coast Trask follows a mountain man's quest for new opportunities and new land to settle. The OSU Press is proud to reissue Berry's celebrated first book, considered one of the finest historical novels of the American West.

Product Details

Price: $18.95  $17.43
Publisher: Oregon State University Press
Published Date: May 01, 2004
Pages: 1
Dimensions: 6.16 X 0.82 X 9.0 inches | 1.12 pounds
ISBN: 9780870710230
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"[Don Berry's novels] are all remarkable books. Historically well researched; accurate, precise to the details, marvelously evoked, and not gaudy or exaggerated in their invocation of fur trade and pioneer times. "Trask still stands as perhaps the finest novel of pioneer life on the early Pacific seashore. Don Berry's literary and cultural contributions...[make] him a pre-eminent figure in Northwest letters."