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The Perilous West: Seven Amazing Explorers and the Founding of the Oregon Trail

by Larry E. Morris

The Perilous West tells the story of seven adventurers who traveled west in 1806 and forged the Oregon Trail. Their monumental journeys, lionhearted spirit, and unique legacies are captured in this riveting...

The Year Of Decision, 1846

by Bernard DeVoto

This book tells the story of some people who went west in 1846.

Its purpose is to tell that story in such a way that the reader may realize the far western frontier experience, which is part of our cultural inheritance,...

The Seattle General Strike

by Robert L. Friedheim & James N. Gregory

�We are undertaking the most tremendous move ever made by LABOR in this country, a move which will lead�NO ONE KNOWS WHERE!� With these words echoing throughout the city, on February 6, 1919, 65,000 Seattle...

Building Reuse

by Kathryn Rogers Merlino

In Building Reuse: Sustainability, Preservation, and the Value of Design, Kathryn Rogers Merlino makes an impassioned case that truly sustainable design requires reusing and reimagining existing buildings. The...

Johnny & Me

by Hilda Luster-Lindner & Harry Buzzby

Johnny & Me: The Story of Two Alaskan Children Growing Up Wild is an amusing sequel to Small Moccasin Tracks: Memories of an Alaskan Mountain Family by Hilda Luster-Lindner, daughter of the famous Alaskan hunting...

The Food and Drink of Seattle

by Judith Dern & Deborah Ashin

Offers a comprehensive exploration of Seattle’s cuisine from geographical, historical, cultural, and culinary perspectives.

From glaciers to geoducks, from the Salish Sea with swift currents sweeping wild...

John Okada

by Frank Abe, Greg Robinson & Floyd Cheung

No-No Boy, John Okada�s only published novel, centers on a Japanese American who refuses to fight for the country that incarcerated him and his people in World War II and, upon release from federal prison...

In Defense of Wyam

by Katrine Barber

When the US Army Corps of Engineers began planning construction of The Dalles Dam at Celilo Village in the mid-twentieth century, it was clear that this traditional fishing, commerce, and social site of immense...

Building Tradition

by Marie Rose Wong

Fresh, multicultural, interdisciplinary perspective to understanding Asian American history and urbanism. - Provides crucial primary research in an underexplored area; Wong wrote this because she needs a resource...

Letters from the Globemaster Families

by Michael Rocereta

Letters from the Globemaster Families: The Lost C-124 of Mount Gannett, Alaska gathers evidence and presents the most likely description of the final flight of a United States Air Force troop transport plane...

Battle of To-Hots-Nim-Me

by Mahlon E. Kriebel

Troops under the command of Col. Edward Steptoe left Fort Walla Walla, guided by several Nez Perce warriors, in the spring of 1858 to investigate the murder of two gold miners in the Fort Colville region a few...

The Spokane River

by Paul Lindholdt

From Lake Coeur d�Alene to its confluence with the Columbia, the Spokane River travels 111 miles of varied and often spectacular terrain�rural, urban, in places wild. The river has been a trading and gathering...

The 9Th World

by Luis John Soria

In defense of our nation, Texas born Sergeant Soria has taken on many missions. Training for and fighting in combat has instilled a patriotic toughness and constant situational awareness within him.


50 Hikes in the Tillamook and Clatsop State Forests

by Riley Pittenger, Lori LaBissoniere, Chris Smith & Robert Kentta

  • There's already an established major platform to market and sell this book that guarantees sales through the Sierra Club and their extensive network of members.
  • The book includes fifty well-researched hikes...

A Beacon of Community Development

by Ralph L Myers & Julianna R Guy

By the time you finish reading this book you will understand and appreciate how one neighborhood became a Beacon of Community Development. The book will allow the reader to witness and experience the steps and...

Skid Road

by Murray Morgan & Mary Ann Gwinn

Skid Road tells the story of Seattle �from the bottom up,� offering an informal and engaging portrait of the Emerald City�s first century, as seen through the lives of some of its most colorful citizens....

California Dreaming: Society and Culture in the Golden State

by Ronald A. Wells

California matters, both as a place and as an idea. What famed historian Kevin Starr has called "the California Dream" is a vital part of American self-understanding. Just as America was meant to be a place...

The Americans

by Hugo Munsterberg

The Americans by a German-American psychologist Hugo Münsterberg  .  This book has already published in 1904. And now republish in ebook format. We believe this work is culturally important in its original...

Hiking through History Washington

by Nathan Barnes & Jeremy Barnes

 A beautiful, full-color guidebook to more than 40 of the best hikes following the history of the state of Washington. 

It Happened in Idaho

by Randy Stapilus

This book offers an inside look at over 30 interesting and unusual episodes that shaped the history of the Gem State.