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In the dead of night in 1894, a trembling, wide-eyed 13-year-old boy assisted with his first surgery—an experience that changed his life. Robert H. Wright attended medical school, then returned home to Hailey, Idaho, to marry Cynthia Beamer, his childhood sweetheart, and to practice in the frontier west—a choice that required both rugged courage and devoted compassion. Called to risk his own life on multiple occasions, he remained composed during a crisis, and his gentle confidence calmed traumatized victims. At times, he performed operations by lantern light and traveled by buggy, dog sled, or Studebaker to reach remote patients. In 1917, he led the rescue effort at the North Star mine avalanche disaster. Eventually, the doctor welcomed a grandson, also named Robert Wright, who eagerly NEW TITLE Photographs absorbed thrilling tales of a pioneer past. Yet despite their close relationship, the younger 6" x 9" • 240 pages Wright sensed mysterious secrets and unspoken heartbreak, and he began to probe for Paperback • $26.95 the untold stories. In Rugged Mercy, he unravels and celebrates the lives of his beloved ISBN 978-0-87422-314-9 February grandparents. Alternating between accounts of the doctor’s decades of medicine and his own memories of growing up in Hailey, the author provides an intimate glimpse of challenges faced by rural physicians in the first half of the 1900s, of significant events in the history and evolution of the Wood River Valley and Sun Valley resort, and of family life in a small Idaho community.
A Country Doctor in Idaho’s Sun Valley Robert Wright
Be Brave, Tah-hy!
The Journey of Chief Joseph’s Daughter Jack R. Williams Illustrations by Jo Proferes
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Civility and Democracy in America
A Reasonable Understanding Edited by Cornell W. Clayton and Richard Elgar
Although the country’s various political arenas welcome reasoned arguments and intelligent RECENTLY RELEASED debate, enacting positive Photographs • charts • notes change sometimes requires references incivility. In 2011, 6" x 9" • 192 pages Paperback • $25.95 Washington State University ISBN 978-0-87422-312-5 hosted one of four national conferences on the role civility plays in American democracy. Leading scholars from a variety of disciplines focused on five distinct perspectives: history, religion, architecture, philosophy/ethics, and communication/ media. The editors selected twenty-two of their papers for this insightful anthology.
“Tah-hy!” I jerked my head up as I heard my name. “Tah-hy! They are coming!”
On June 17, 1877, gunshots marked the start of war— one that swept twelve-year-old Tah-hy and her people into a harrowing journey across the American West. Relentlessly pursued, they endured multiple battles, cold, hunger, and death. Eventually, after months of exile and heartbreak, they began their path to a new way of life. Based on actual events and narrated by Tah-hy’s youthful voice, this biographical novel is intended for young adults, but will also interest older readers. The story presents many aspects of the Nez Perce Dreamer culture and reminds us of what was lost when they were overpowered and displaced.
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Made in Hanford Horse Camping
George B. Hatley Photographs by Lewis Portnoy Foreword by Juli S.Thorson Using photos taken in Idaho’s magnificent Seven Devils wilderness, a consummate cattle rancher and trail guide advises pack trip enthusiasts with a practical and uniquely sage perspective.
136 pages (2010) • Paperback • ISBN 978-0-87422-303-3 • $24.95
The Bomb that Changed the World Hill Williams At an isolated location along the Columbia River in 1944, the world’s first plutonium factory became operational, producing fuel for the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan during World War II. Former Seattle Times science writer Hill Williams traces the amazing, tragic story—from the dawn of nuclear science to Cold War testing in the Marshall Islands.
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Planet Rock Doc
Nuggets from Explorations of the Natural World Dr. Elsa Kirsten Peters
“This book’s conversational tone conveys a kitchen-table wisdom that belies its wicked smarts.” —ForeWord magazine
Slick as a Mitten
Ezra Meeker’s Klondike Enterprise Dennis M. Larsen Despite his advanced age, Oregon Trail pioneer Ezra Meeker ventured to Alaska and the treacherous Klondike. Three years of letters, most from Ezra to his beloved wife Eliza Jane, portray details of his risky scheme to transport and sell more than 60 tons of groceries to Yukon gold miners.
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Dr. Elsa Kirsten Peters, better known as the Rock Doc, regularly conveys her enthusiasm for all things science in her nationally syndicated column. Planet Rock Doc, a collection of her articles plus several new entries, explores a wide range of topics related to natural and applied sciences.
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Historical Sources of the Columbia’s Big Bend Country Ron Anglin Edited by Glen W. Lindeman Firsthand accounts, together with a chapter on traditional Plateau Indian culture and an oral history describing 19th century Indian life, render a portrait of the region’s trails and travelers during its flamboyant and exciting frontier era.
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The Way We Ate
Pacific Northwest Cooking, 1843–1900 Jacqueline B.Williams An award-winning food historian describes cooking and dining practices from the earliest years of settlement to the time when railroads transported the latest ingredients and utensils, shedding significant light on a mundane aspect of our past.
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Robert E. Ficken Established in 1853, Washington remained a territory for thirtysix years. Statehood was only awarded after railroads finally unified the region in the mid-1880s. This comprehensive, onevolume chronicle is the definitive economic and political saga of territorial Washington.
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In the Shadow of the Mountain
The Spirit of the CCC Edwin G. Hill
A typical recruit in the Civilian Conservation Corps describes “the best years of his life” at Camp Hard Labor Creek in Georgia and in the shadow of Mount Adams and Mount St. Helens in Washington.
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Interpreting People and Place Edited by David H. Stratton Eminent Pacific Northwest historians probe the region’s changing society and culture. Essays examine Spanish exploration, Native American religion and worldview, Canadian-United States political comparisons, WWII immigration, women’s history, and more.
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Olmsted’s Pacific Northwest Joan Hockaday
“A wonderful look at the Olmsted legacy in the Pacific Northwest” —Pacific Horticulture
In the early twentieth century, the meticulous and visionary landscape architect John Charles Olmsted designed green retreats that still refresh urban souls in Portland, Seattle, and Spokane.
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Across the Columbia Plain
Faith of Fools
Railroad Expansion in the Interior Northwest, 1885-1893 Peter J. Lewty Continuing the saga he started in To the Columbia Gateway: The Oregon Railway and the Northern Pacific, 1879-1884, Peter J. Lewty traces the rivalry and expansion of the Northern Pacific and Union Pacific railway systems in the interior Northwest.
344 pages (1995) • Paperback • 978-0-87422-114-5 • $21.25
A Journal of the Klondike Gold Rush William Shape William Shape’s dramatic journal and accompanying photographs give a human dimension to the journey undertaken by vast hordes of prospectors who headed north during the Klondike gold rush of the late 1890s. This previously unpublished diary was compiled by a man with a keen photographer’s eye and an attention to detail.
136 pages (1998) • Paperback • 978-0-87422-160-2 • $24.95
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Wandering and Feasting
A Washington Cookbook Mary Houser Caditz
Not As Briefed
In celebration of Washington’s bounty, Wandering and Feasting takes readers on an exciting culinary journey throughout the state. Vignettes on local communities note each region’s history and its native and cultivated foods, which are highlighted in more than two hundred delicious recipes.
352 pages (1996) • Spiral • ISBN 978-0-87422-138-1 • $29.95
From the Doolittle Raid to a German Stalag Colonel C. Ross Greening Compiled and edited by Dorothy Greening and Karen Morgan Driscoll Ross Greening piloted a B-25 in the 1942 Doolittle Raid, was shot down over Italy in 1943, escaped from a POW train, hid out in the mountains of northern Italy, and ended up in a German stalag. His remarkable paintings and writing recall his World War II experiences.
208 pages (2001) • Paperback • ISBN 978-0-87422-259-3 • $31.95
Surviving the Oregon Trail, 1852
As Told by Mary Ann and Willis Boatman and Augmented with Accounts by other Overland Travelers Weldon Willis Rau During the great 1852 overland migration cholera took a terrible toll. Firsthand accounts, including the words and thoughts of the young, recently-married Boatmans, convey the journey’s hardship and heartbreak.
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The Columbia Remembered William D. Layman In images and narratives, Native River recreates the MidColumbia as it was before the building of seven major dams. Featuring a wealth of illustrations, maps, and photographs, many never before published, this finely crafted book focuses on the 350-mile reach of the middle Columbia River.
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Shipwreck and Survival on the Alaska Shore Steve K. Lloyd In 1910, the steamship Farallon ran aground in Cook Inlet, stranding the crew and passengers on the barren shore. Lloyd’s riveting account paired with amazing photographs taken by the ship’s mail clerk reveal a tale of hardy seafaring men surviving hunger and despair under brutal circumstances.
224 pages (2000) • Paperback • ISBN 978-0-87422-194-7 • $18.95
Jim Fredrickson’s Northern Pacific Spectacular photographs and engaging yarns from Fredrickson’s 39-year career depict the last glories of the Northern Pacific’s steam era.
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The Mapmaker’s Eye
David Thompson on the Columbia Plateau Jack Nisbet Experience the sweep of human and natural history on the early nineteenth-century Columbia Plateau through the eyes of intrepid explorer and cartographer, David Thompson.
192 pages (2005) • Paperback • ISBN 978-0-87422-285-2 • $29.95
The Funhouse Mirror
Reflections on Prison Robert Ellis Gordon
Washington State Book Award, 2000
Robert Ellis Gordon’s account of teaching writing in Washington prisons is aided by essays and stories contributed by the prisoners themselves. Together, Gordon and his students provide revealing glimpses of this vast, secret-laden subculture of incarcerated individuals, which nationwide comprises more than two million U.S. citizens.
132 pages (2000) • Paperback • ISBN 978-0-87422-198-5 • $16.95
NOVELS By kARL MAy Two lively English translations escort readers back in time to the daring adventures of Old Shatterhand and the Apache chief, Winnetou.
Translated and Abridged by David Koblick
256 pages (1999) • Paperback • ISBN 978-0-87422-179-4 • $16.95
The Restless Northwest
A Geological Story Hill Williams
Washington State Book Award, 2003
The Oil Prince
Translated by Herbert Windolf
368 pages (2003) • Paperback • ISBN 978-0-87422-262-3 • $18.95
In an easy, conversational style, The Restless Northwest provides a brief overview of the remarkable geological processes that have shaped the Pacific Northwest.
176 pages (2002) • Paperback • ISBN 978-0-87422-250-0 • $19.95
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Snowbound Grand Coulee
Snowbound is the scandalous, true tale of the Carlin party in 1893, whose adventure of a lifetime turned tragic in the Idaho wilderness.
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Harnessing a Dream Paul C. Pitzer The struggle for Grand Coulee Dam and the story of its construction is a saga of people striving for dazzling goals and then working, often against each other and nature, to complete the spectacular project.
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This Bloody Deed
The Magruder Incident In the 1860s, a popular businessman was murdered in the Bitterroot Mountains. Vivid storytelling brings the search for his killer to life.
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