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  • Arc of the Medicine Lineby Anthony Rees

    D & M Publishers 2012; US$ 24.95

    The border between Canada and the United States- the longest undefended border in the world-was laid out in many stages over more than a century, but the biggest part of the job was the long, (mostly) straight line across the prairies. On September 18, 1872, a full five years after confederation, two large teams of army surveyors-one from each country-met... more...

  • The Columbia Riverby JoAnn Roe

    Caxton Press 2013; US$ 16.95

    Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press Teeming with the history of the Pacific Northwest, the mighty Columbia River is one of the longest rivers in North America. Surprisingly, however, this 1,243-mile-long river begins not in the familiar Columbia River Gorge separating Washington and Oregon but rather 1,000 miles... more...

  • Best of Oregon and Washington's Mansions, Museums, and Moreby Ken McKowen; Dahlynn McKowen

    Wilderness Press 2010; US$ 19.95

    If you love travel and history, then this second-in-a-series guide is a great travel companion. It takes you to mansions built by many of Oregon and Washington?s pioneer entrepreneurs who created new industries and new cities. It includes the best museums, featuring Native American culture and pioneer farmers-small town museums, big city museums,... more...

  • In Earshot of Waterby Paul Lindholdt

    University of Iowa Press 2011; US$ 19.00

    Whether the subject is the plants that grow there, the animals that live there, the rivers that run there, or the people he has known there, Paul Lindholdt’s In Earshot of Water illuminates the Pacific Northwest in vivid detail. Lindholdt writes with the precision of a naturalist, the critical eye of an ecologist, the affection of an apologist,... more...

  • The Enemy Never Cameby Scott McArthur

    Caxton Press 2012; US$ 18.95

    Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press   Although the Pacific Northwest was the area furthest removed from the actual battles of the Civil War, it was nonetheless profoundly affected by the war. The Enemy Never Came examines the everyday lives of the volunteer soldiers who battled Native American renegades of the... more...

  • Native American in the Land of the Shogunby Frederik L. Schodt

    Stone Bridge Press 2013; US$ 19.95

    A wide-ranging, readable account of an eccentric and exceptional man who crossed cultures and changed history. more...

  • The Canoe and the Saddleby Theodore Winthrop

    University of Nebraska Press 2006; US$ 13.95

    Offers a narrative overview of the nature and culture of the Pacific Northwest; reflecting on its ecological and racial turmoil. This book provides a fresh perspective on the aesthetic, historical, cultural, anthropological, and social contexts in which Winthrop wrote his sometimes disturbing, sometimes enlightening, and always riveting account. more...

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