312 pages, 6 x 9
20 bw photos, 2 maps
With a clear emphasis on the Pacific Northwest's political economy, environmental history, and its cultural and social heritage, Nature's Northwest makes a lively and colorful history of this region within a national and international context. Impressive in their synthesis of myriad historical facts, renowned historian William G. Robbins and Katrine Barber have created an intricate portrait of the twentieth-century Northwest.
William G. Robbins is Emeritus Distinguished Professor of History at Oregon State University. He is the author or editor of eleven books, including The Great Northwest: The Search for Regional Identity. Katrine Barber is an associate professor of history at Portland State University and the director of the Center for Columbia River History. She is the author of Death of Celilo Falls.
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