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the Okanogan grew)
Glen and Elizabeth Widel photo
Rock uplifted into the elements is immediately
subjected to erosion by all the climatic forces,
rain, snow, ice, wind. Erosion takes place
differentially, not smoothly. Thus jagged peaks are
left where some kinds of rock resist better than
others. This is the Snagtooth Ridge seen over the
then-building North Cascades Highway, looking east.
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Chronicles of the Okanogan
A history of the Okanogan Valley as published in the pages of The Chronicle.
A century ago, The Chronicle was founded, in part, as a voice for the residents and community of unincorporated Omak.
This 100-page, large-format book presents a unique look at the history of the area as told by the newspaper's publishers, editors and reporters.