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Allen, John Logan. 1975 Passage Through the Garden: Lewis and Clark and the Image of the American Northwest. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Alt, D., and D.W. Hyndman. 1995. Northwest Exposures: A Geologic Story of the Northwest. Missoula, Montana: Mountain Press Publishing Company.
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------. Roadside Geology of Oregon. 1978. Missoula, Montana: Mountain Press Publishing Co.
------. Roadside Geology of Idaho. 1989. Missoula, Montana: Mountain Press Publishing Co.
Ambrose, Stephen E. 2000. Nothing Like it in the World, The Men Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad, 1863-1869. New York: Touchstone/Simon & Schuster.
------. 1996. Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson and the Opening of the American West. New York: Touchstone/Simon & Schuster.
American Fisheries Society. 1977. Columbia River Salmon and Steelhead. Bethesda, Maryland.
Anderson, Bern. 1960. Surveyor of the Sea: The Life and Voyages of Captain George Vancouver. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Avery, Mary. 1965. Washington: A History of the Evergreen State. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Baillie-Grohman, William A. 1907. Fifteen years sport and life in the hunting grounds of North America and British Columbia.2nd ed. London: Horace-Cox.
Bakeless, John, ed. 1964. The Journals of Lewis and Clark. New York: Mentor, New American Library.
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Barman, Jean. 1971. The West Beyond the West: A History of British Columbia. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Barto, Harold E., and Catherine Bullard. 1947. History of the State of Washington. Boston: Heath & Company.
Basque, Garnet. 1990. West Kootenay: The Pioneer Years. Langley, B.C.: Sunfire Publications.
Baun, Carolyn M., and Richard Lewis. 1991. The First Oregonians: An Illustrated Collection of Essays on Traditional Lifeways, Federal-Indian Relations and the State’s Native People Today. Portland: Oregon Council for the Humanities.
Beavert, Virginia. 1974. The Way it Was: Anaku Iwacha — Yakima Indian Legends. Yakima, Washington: Franklin.
Beckham, Stephen Dow. 1977. The Indians of Western Oregon: This Land Was Theirs. Portland, Oregon: Glass-Dahlstrom.
Berton, Pierre. 1972. The Impossible Railway: The Building of the Canadian Pacific. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.
Biddle, Nicholas (ed.). 1962. The Journals of the Expedition Under the Command of Capts. Lewis and Clark to the Sources of the Missouri, thence Across the Rocky Mountains and down the River Columbia to the Pacific Ocean, Performed during the Years 1804-5-6. By Order of the Government of the United States. Two volumes. New York.
Blumm, Michael C. 2002 Sacrificing the Salmon: A Legal and Policy History of the Decline of Columbia Basin Salmon. BookWorld Publications.
Bolton, Herbert Eugene. 1974. Coronado: Knight of Pueblos and Plains. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.
Buerge, David, and David Brewster, eds. 1989. Washingtonians, A Biographical Portrait of the State. Seattle: Sasquatch Press.
Bullard, Oral. 1968. Crisis on the Columbia. Portland: Touchstone Press.
Bunting, R. 1997. The Pacific Raincoast: Environment, and Culture in an American Eden 1778-1900. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas.
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Case, Robert. 1940. River of the West; a story of opportunity in the Columbia empire, by Robert Ormond Case; research by William Price Gray. Portland: Northwestern Electric Company; Pacific Power & Light Company.
Catlin, George. 1959. Episodes from Life Among the Indians, and Last Rambles. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
Chance, David H. 1986. People of the Falls. Colville, Washington: Kettle Falls Historical Center.
Childerhouse, R.J. and Marj Trim. 1979. Pacific Salmon and Steelhead Trout. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
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Chevigny, Hector. 1942. Lord of Alaska: Baranov and the Russian Adventure. New York: Viking.
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Clark, Ella. 1953. Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Cohen, Fay. 1986. Treaties on Trial: The Continuing Controversy Over Northwest Indian Fishing Rights. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
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Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon. 1984. The People of Warm Springs. Warm Springs, Oregon.
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Cook, Warren L. 1973. Flood Tide of Empire. New Haven: Yale University Press.
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Davidson, Gordon Charles. 1918. The North West Company. Berkeley: University of California Publications in History, Vol. III.
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Davis, H.L. 1935. Honey in the Horn. New York: Harper & Brothers.
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De Smet, Pierre-Jean. 1841. Indian Missions in the United States of America under the care of the Missouri Province of the Society of Jesus. Reprint, Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1985.
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Duncan, Angus, 1998. History, Science, the Law, and Watershed Recovery in the Grande Ronde: A Case Study. Oregon Sea Grant, Corvallis, Oregon.
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Franchere, Gabriel 1854. Adventure at Astoria, 1810-1814. Reprint. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1978.
Freeman, Lewis Ransome. 1921. Down the Columbia. New York: Dodd, Mead.
Fuller, George W. 1952. A History of the Pacific Northwest, With Special Emphasis on the Inland Empire. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.
Gibson, J. R. 1985. Farming the Frontier: The agricultural opening of the Oregon country 1786-1846. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Gough, Barry. 1997. First Across the Continent: Sir Alexander Mackenzie. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
------. 1980. Distant Dominion: Britain and the Northwest Coast of North America, 1579-1809. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Groot, V., and L. Margolis. 1971. Pacific Salmon Life Histories. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Guthrie, Woody. Roll On Columbia: The Columbia River Collection. Bill Murlin, ed. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: Sing Out Publications, 1991.
Hearne, Samuel. Journey from Prince of Wales Fort on Hudson’s Bay to the Northern Ocean. Edited by J.B. Terrell. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1911.
Hedges, James B. 1930. Henry Villard and the Railways of the Northwest. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1930.
Hines, Donald. 1992. Ghost Voices: Yakama Indian Myths, Legends, Humor and Hunting Stories. Issaquah, Washington: Great Eagle.
Hines, Rev. Gustavus. 1859. Life on the Plains of the Pacific. Oregon: It’s History, Condition and Prospects; Containing a Description of the Geography, Climate, and Productions, with Personal Adventures Among the Indians During a Residence of the Author on the Plains Bordering the Pacific While Connected with the Oregon Mission: Embracing Extended Notes of a Voyage Around the World. New York: C.M. Saxton.
------. 1881. Wild Life in Oregon: Being a Recital of Actual Scenes of Daring and Peril Among the Gigantic Forests and Terrific Rapids of the Columbia River (The Mississippi of the Pacific Slope). And Giving Live-Like Pictures of Terrific Encounters with Savages as Fierce And Relentless As its Mighty Tides. Including a Full, Fair and Reliable History of the State of Oregon, Its Crops, Minerals, Timber Lands, Soils, Fisheries; Its Present Greatness, and Future Vast Capabilities, And Paramount Position. New York: Hurst & Company.
Holbrook, Stewart H. 1956. The Columbia. New York: Rinehart & Company.
Howard, Helen Addison, and Dan L. McGrath. 1952. War Chief Joseph. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton, Printers, Ltd.
Howay, Frederic W., ed. 1990. Voyages of the Columbia to the Northwest Coast, 1787-1790 & 1790-1793. Portland, Oregon: Oregon Historical Society Press, in cooperation with The Massachusetts Historical Society.
Hume, R. D. 1893. Salmon of the Pacific Coast. San Francisco: Schmidt Label and Lithographic Co.
Hunn, Eugene, S. 1990. Nch’i-Wana, The Big River: Mid-Columbia Indians and Their Land. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Hyman, Barry, and R. Charles Peterson. 1998. Electric Power Systems Planning, A Pacific Northwest Perspective. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Irving, Washington. The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U.S.A., in the Rocky Mountains. Reprint. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1961.
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Jackson, Donald, ed. 1962. Letters of the Lewis and Clark Expedition with Related Documents, 1783-1854. 2 vols. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Johnson, Robert C. 1935. John McLoughlin, Father of Oregon. Reprint. Portland: Binfords & Mort, 1958.
Johansen, Dorothy O., and Charles M. Gates. 1957. Empire of the Columbia. New York: 1957.
Josephy, Alvin. 1965. The Nez Perce Indians and the Opening of the Northwest. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Kane, Paul. Wanderings of an Artist among the Indians of North America from Canada to Vancouver’s Island and Oregon through the Hudson’s Bau Company’s Territory and Back Again, by Paul Kane. Reprint. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1925.
Keyser, James. 1992. Indian Rock Art of the Columbia Plateau. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Kittridge, William. 1987. Owning it all. St. Paul, Minnesota: Graywolf Press.
Lancaster, Samuel C. 1915. The Columbia: America’s Great Highway Through the Cascade Mountains. New York: J.K. Gill.
Lavender, David. 1958. Land of Giants: The Drive to the Pacific Northwest 1750-1950. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company.
------. 1963. Westward Vision, the Story of the Oregon Trail. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Layman, William D. 2002. Native River: The Columbia Remembered. Pullman: Washington State University Press.
Lee, Kai N., and Donna Lee Klemka, with Marion Marts. 1980. Electric Power and the Future of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
------. 1993. Compass and Gyroscope: Integrating Science and Politics for the Environment. Washington, D.C.: Island Press.
Ledyard, John. 1783. A Journal of Captain Cook’s Last Voyage. Reprint. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1963.
Lockley, Fred. 1928. History of the Columbia River from The Dalles to the Sea. 2 vols. Chicago: The S.J. Clarke Publishing Company.
Lorraine, Madison Johnson. 1924. The Columbia Unveiled, Being the story of a trip, alone in a rowboat from the source to the mouth of the Columbia River, Together with a full description of the country traversed, and the rapids battled. Los Angeles: The Times-Mirror Press.
Lowitt, Richard. 1984. The New Deal and the West. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Lyman, William Denison. 1918. The Columbia River, Its History, Its Myths, Its Commerce. New York: Putnam.
Lyons, C. 1969. Salmon: Our Heritage. Vancouver, B.C. Mitchell Press.
MacDonald, Ranald. Ranald MacDonald : the narrative of his early life on the Columbia under the Hudson’s Bay Company’s regime, of his experiences in the Pacific whale fishery, and of his great adventure to Japan: With a sketch of his later life on the Western Frontier, 1824-1894. Eds. William S. Lewis and Naojiro Murakami. Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press, 1990.
Mackenzie, Alexander. 1801. Voyages from Montreal on the River St. Lawrence, Through the Continent of North America, to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans; In the Years 1789 and 1793. London.
McArthur, Lewis A. 1982. Oregon Geographic Names. 5th Edition. Portland: Western Imprints, The Press of the Oregon Historical Society.
McKechnie, Robert E. 1972. Strong Medicine. Vancouver, B.C.: J.J. Douglas.
McKee, B. 1972. Cascadia: The Geologic Evolution of the Pacific Northwest. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
McKeown, Martha Ferguson. 1948. The Trail Led North: Mont Hawthorne’s Story. New York: The MacMillan Company.
McKervill, H.W. 1967. The Salmon People: The Story of Canada’s West Coast Salmon Industry. Sidney, B.C.: Gray’s Publishing.
McKinley, Charles. 1952. Uncle Sam in the Pacific Northwest: Federal Management of Natural Resources in the Columbia River Valley. Berkeley: University of California Press.
McKinney, Sam. 1987. Reach of Tide, Ring of History. Portland: Oregon Historical Society.
McNeil, William, ed. 1988. Salmon Production, Management and Allocation: Biological, Economic and Policy Issues. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press.
------, and Daniel C. Himsworth, eds. 1980. Salmonid Ecosystems of the North Pacific. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press.
Martin, Irene. 1994. Legacy and Testament: The Story of Columbia River Gillnetters. Pullman: Washington State University Press.
Meinig, D.W. 1968. The Great Columbia Plain: A Historical Geography, 1805-1910. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1968.
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------, ed. 1968. Fur Trade and Empire: George Simpson’s Journal, Entitled “Remarks connected with the Fur Trade in the Course of a Voyage from York Factory to Fort George and Back to York Factory, 1824-1825, with Related Documents. Rev. ed. Cambridge, Mass.: The Belknap Press.
Mighetto, Lisa, and Wesley J. Ebel. 1994. Saving The Salmon: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Efforts to Protect Anadromous Fish on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Seattle: Historical Research Associates, Inc.
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Mills, Randall W. 1947. Sternwheelers Up Columbia: A Century of Steamboating in the Oregon Country. Palo Alto, California: Pacific Books.
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Montgomery, Richard Gill. 1934. White-Headed Eagle. New York: Macmillan Co., 1934.
Morgan, Murray. 1949. The Columbia: Powerhouse of the West. Seattle: Superior Publishing Company.
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Nelson, Sonja, with the Portland Chapter, American Rhododendron Society. 2001. The Pacific Coast Rhododendron Story: The Hybridizers, Collectors and Gardens. Portland: Binford & Mort Publishing.
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Newman, Peter C. 1985. Company of Adventurers. New York: Viking.
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Neuberger, Richard. 1938. Our Promised Land. New York: MacMillan.
Nisbet, Jack. 1994. Sources of the River: Tracking David Thompson Across Western North America. Seattle: Sasquatch Books.
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Nokes, J. Richard. 1991. Columbia’s River: The Voyages of Robert Gray, 1787-1793.Tacoma: Washington State Historical Society.
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Articles, Reports, Pamphlets, Periodicals
Abbott, Helen Betsy, ed. Life on the Lower Columbia, 1853-1866. Oregon Historical Quarterly 83, 3: 248-287.
Anderson, James Jay. 1988. Diverting Migrating Fish Past Turbines. Northwest Environmental Journal. Seattle: University of Washington.
Anon. 1918. The First Salmon Cannery. Pacific Fisherman16 (March): 53-54.
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