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Happy Canyon : A History of the World’s Most Unique Indian Pageant & Wild West Show (Hardcover)
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For over a century, the Happy Canyon show has brought together families, friends and strangers to witness a joyous celebration of local history. Originally staged in 1914 by Roy Raley, the all-volunteer show presents a live retelling of Pendleton’s founding that honors both the beauty of tribal life and the spirit of the Old West. Today, the show is truly a family affair, and many performers and organizers are descendants of those early actors and crew. Author Becky Fletcher Waggoner delivers a detailed, loving view of the show’s history, illustrated with beautiful photography and fascinating archival photos that join past and present.
Number of Pages: 399
Genre: History, Photography
Publisher: Arcadia Pub
Author: Rebeca Fletcher Waggoner
Street Date: August 22, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-22-9282
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