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The Squirrel Cage book. This is a collection of columns written by Douglass Welch in the 50s 60s which were written for the King Features Syndicate.

The Squirrel Cage book. I bought the book years ago because it has a squirrel on the front. It wasn't until I actually read the Foreward that I discovered that Welch grew up in Tacoma and returned from working on the East Coast to Seattle to write for the newspapers here as a adult.

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The Best History Books of 2018. He has lectured widely on Frederick Douglass and served as a consultant to documentary films on African-American history, including the PBS television film Frederick Douglass: When the Lion Wrote History. His book, Frederick Douglass' Civil War: Keeping Faith in Jubilee is an award-winning intellectual biography of Douglass and a study of the meaning of the Civil War.

The Douglas squirrel (Tamiasciurus douglasii) is a pine squirrel found in the Pacific Northwest of North America, including the coastal states of the United States as well as the southwestern coast of British Columbia in Canada. It is sometimes known as the chickaree or pine squirrel, although these names are also used for the American red squirrel. Variant spellings of the common name are Douglas' squirrel and Douglas's squirrel

Newspaper columnist C. Douglass "Doug" Welch (1907-1968) wrote for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer for 33 years.

Newspaper columnist C. His column was titled "The Squirrel Cage" and he He covered stories as varied as the kidnapping of George Weyerhaeuser in 1935 and the founding of the United Nations in San Francisco in 1945. As a general assignment reporter, he was noted for his accuracy and thoroughness.

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Douglass Welch, back in the day, was the greatest thing that ever happened to journalism in Seattle! But don't let that "Seattle" aspect deter you. His gentle, fun-loving humor, relating his observations of "Friends & Neighbors" (the title of his other published collection of short stories) are universal and you will find yourself identifying with, and laughing at, yourself (a bit) and others (a lot). I wish there were more writers like him today.
His daily column, The Squirrel Cage was always the high point of my day. Great humor.
I read this book several times a year. I can pick it up any time and it will always put me in a better mood. The complete silliness just makes me happy
Doug Welch's column in the now defunct Seattle Post Intelligencer was always good for a laugh or two every time.
Douglass Welch, who died in 1968, was a reporter and humorist who worked for the Tacoma News Tribune, the Seattle Times, and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. His column,The Squirrel cage, appeared in the P-I and was nationally syndicated; he also authored short stories that appeared in The Saturday Evening Post. Welch specialized in a dry, droll kind of humor that found endless inspiration in the foibles of the inhabitants of his tightly-knit, post-war suburban neighborhood. Although sometimes amused, confused, or bemused by his neighbor's antics, Doug is always put right by his wife Green Eyes, who understands everything.

His style is reminiscent of Benchley and Thurber, but The Squirrel Cage can also be compared to Garrison Keillor's Lake Wobegone stories. People old enough to remember (or remember hearing about) the period from around 1945-1960 will find a collection that is not only funny and well-written, but nostalgic as well.

This edition includes illustrations by Bob McCausland, award-winning cartoonist for the Seattle P-I who created the weekly "Hairbreadth Husky" feature on the sports page during the UW football season in the 1960's and 70's.
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The squirrel cage: The best of Douglass Welch ebook
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Madrona Publishers; First Edition-1st Signed edition (1976)
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