|Audible Audio Edition||2012-04-24||$13.99|
|Paperback (Later Printing)||1993|
|Mass Market Paperback||1993|
|Paperback (8th Printing)||1983||159|
|School & Library Binding||1980-01||$17.20||159|
|Mass Market Paperback (41st Printing)||1980|
|Mass Market Paperback||1978|
|Mass Market Paperback||1977|
|Paperback (2nd Edition April 1976)||1976||159|
|Paperback (4th Dell printing)||1976|
|Paperback (Fourth Dell Printing)||1975-01-01|
|Mass Market Paperback||1975||159|
|Paperback (First Printing)||1974||159|
|Mass Market Paperback (First Edition)||1974|
|Mass Market Paperback (Reprinted)||1974||159|
|Paperback (Later Printing)||1973|
|Mass Market Paperback||1973|
|Hardcover (First Edition)||1970|
|Hardcover (First Edition)||1968-11||144|
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By Margaret Craven
Published by G. K. Hall on 1974
Amid the grandeur of the remote Pacific Northwest stands Kingcome, a village so ancient that, according to Kwakiutl myth, it was founded by the two brothers left on earth after the great flood. The Native Americans who still live there call it Quee, a place of such incredible natural richness that hunting and fishing remain primary food sources.
But the old culture of totems and potlatch is being replaces by a new culture of prefab housing and alcoholism. Kingcome’s younger generation is disenchanted and alienated from its heritage. And now, coming upriver is a young vicar, Mark Brian, on a journey of discovery that can teach him—and us—about life, death, and the transforming power of love.
(From the Paperback edition)