Corvallis : Oregon State University Press, 
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There have been battles over every man-made change in the Columbia Gorge -- dams, freeways, bridges, hotels, casinos, houses, and now the view-spoiling, bird-killing wind turbines. As a reporter for The Oregonian, Durbin covered these controversies and became an expert in the history and politics of the Columbia Gorge. Durbin finished writing Bridging a Great Divide during her cancer treatment. The book was published after her death and is Durbin's legacy for all those who love the Columbia Gorge as she did.