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Proud of East texas: Running the River

Proud of East texas: Running the River

(KLTV) - "Running the River: Secrets of the Sabine" by journalist Wes Ferguson and photographer Jacob Botter explores the river some have described as "dangerous, mysterious and even evil."

The two first published their experiences in a series of newspaper articles in the Longview News journal.  An editor at Texas A&M Press asked Ferguson and Botter to expand their writings and photos into a book.

"Running the River": Secrets of the Sabine" is the first book of its kind to explore the people, history and scenery of the Sabine River..


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