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News: 02/15/2011

New book on Jack London’s Wolf House




Visitors to Jack London State Park are fascinated by the ruin of the Wolf House and can only imagine how grand it must have been before it burned down mysteriously from causes which are still debated today.

Greg Hayes and Matt Atkinson, former rangers at the park, have written a book which tells the story of the Wolf House and what it represented to Jack London. Jack London’s Wolf House is richly illustrated with photographs, drawings and computer-generated images. The book includes many quotes from London and what the house meant to him.

Available only at Jack London State Park, the book may be purchased on-line or at the park.

To purchase the book online, go to www.jacklondonpark.com/paylink.htm.



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