Reading the Region: Bibliography

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition General History. Seattle: n.p., 1909.

Alexie, Sherman. “One Little Indian Boy.” In Tsutakawa, Mayumi, ed., Edge Walking on the Western Rim: New Works by 12 Northwest Writers. Seattle: One Reel and Sasquatch Books, 1994. p. 52-65.

Ambrose, Stephen E. Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996.

Applegate, Shannon, and Terence O’Donnell, eds. Talking on Paper: An Anthology of Oregon Letters and Diaries. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1994.

Artibise, Alan F. J. “Cascadian Adventures: Shared Visions, Strategic Alliances, and Ingrained Barriers in a Transborder Region.” Manuscript from On Brotherly Terms symposium, University of Washington, Seattle, 1996.

Barcott, Bruce, ed. Northwest Passages: A Literary Anthology of the Pacific Northwest from Coyote Tales to Roadside Attractions. Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 1994.

Barman, Jean. The West Beyond the West: A History of British Columbia, rev. ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996.

Barth, Gunther. “Strategies for Finding the Northwest Passage: The Roles of Alexander Mackenzie and Meriwether Lewis.” In Carter, Edward C., II, ed. Surveying the Record: North American Scientific Exploration to 1930. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1999. p. 253-66.

Barth, Gunther, ed. The Lewis and Clark Expedition: Selections from the Journals Arranged by Topic. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1998.

Beckey, Fred. Challenge of the North Cascades. Seattle: The Mountaineers, 1969.

Beckham, Stephen Dow, ed. Many Faces: An Anthology of Oregon Autobiography. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1993.

Bevis, William. Ten Tough Trips: Montana Writers and the West. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1990.

Bingham, Edwin R. “Pacific Northwest Writing: Reaching for Regional Identity.” In Robbins, William G., et al., eds. Regionalism and the Pacific Northwest. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1983. p. 151-74.

Blew, Mary Clearman. Balsamroot: A Memoir. 1994; Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2001.

Bowen, William A. The Willamette Valley: Migration and Settlement on the Oregon Frontier. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1978.

Brazier, Richard. “The Story of the I.W.W.’s ‘Little Red Songbook.’” Labor History 9 (Winter 1968). p. 91-105.

Buerge, David M. “The Man We Call Seattle.” In Brewster, David, and David M. Buerge, eds. Washingtonians: A Biographical Portrait of the State.Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 1988. p. 97-114.

Bulosan, Carlos. America Is In the Heart: A Personal History. 1946; Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1973.

Bunting, Robert. The Pacific Raincoast: Environment and Culture in an American Eden, 1778-1900. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1997.

Callenbach, Ernest. Ecotopia. 1975; New York: Bantam Books, 1977.

Cantwell, Robert. The Hidden Northwest. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1973.

Canwell, Albert F. An Oral History. Interviewed by Timothy Frederick. Olympia: Washington State Oral History Program, 1997.

Carolan, Trevor. “The Wild Mind of Gary Snyder.” Shambhala Sun Online (May 1996).

Carver, Raymond. All of Us: The Collected Poems. London: Harvill Press, 1996.

Carver, Raymond. Near Klamath: Poems. Sacramento: English Club of Sacramento State College, 1968.

Carver, Raymond. A New Path to the Waterfall: Poems. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1989.

Carver, Raymond. Where I’m Calling From: New and Selected Stories. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1988.

Carver Country: The World of Raymond Carver. New York: Charles Scribner’s, 1990.

Cayton, Horace R., Jr. Long Old Road: An Autobiography. 1964; Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1970.

Chittick, V.L.O., ed. Northwest Harvest: A Literary Stocktaking. New York: Macmillan, 1948.

Clare, Warren L. “'Posers, Parasites, and Pismires': Status Rerum, by James Stevens and H.L. Davis.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 61 (Jan. 1970). p. 22-30.

Clark, Ella. Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1953.

Clark, Suzanne. “Bernard Malamud in Oregon.” The American Scholar 59 (Winter 1990). p. 67-79.

Clark, William. See Barth, Gunther; Moulton, Gary E.; Thwaites, Reuben G.

Cook, Warren L. Flood Tide of Empire: Spain and the Pacific Northwest, 1543-1819. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1973.

Corning, Howard McKinley. “All the Words on the Pages, I: H.L. Davis.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 73 (Dec. 1972). p. 293-331.

Countryman, Vern. Un-American Activities in the State of Washington: The Work of the Canwell Committee. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1951.

Daniels, Roger. “The Exile and Return of Seattle’s Japanese.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 88 (Fall 1997). p. 166-73.

Daniels, Roger. Prisoners Without Trial: Japanese Americans in World War II. New York: Hill and Wang, 1993.

Davis, H. L. Collected Essays and Short Stories. Moscow: University of Idaho Press, 1986.

De Barros, Paul. Jackson Street After Hours: The Roots of Jazz in Seattle. Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 1993.

De Fuca, Juan. See “A Note….”

Denny, Arthur. Pioneer Days on Puget Sound. Seattle: C.B. Bagley, 1888.

Dick, Wesley Arden. “When Dams Weren’t Damned: The Public Power Crusade and Visions of the Good Life in the Pacific Northwest in the 1930s.” Environmental Review 13 (Fall/Winter 1989). p. 113-53.

Dietrich, William. Northwest Passage: The Great Columbia River. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1995.

Dodds, Gordon B., ed. Varieties of Hope: An Anthology of Oregon Prose. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1993.

Duncan, David James. My Story as Told by Water: Confessions, Druidic Rants, Reflections, Bird-Watchings, Fish-Stalkings, Visions, Songs and Prayers Refracting Light, from Living Rivers, in the Age of the Industrial Dark. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 2001.

Duncan, David James. River Teeth: Stories and Writings. New York: Doubleday, 1995.

Duniway, Abigail Scott. Path-Breaking: An Autobiographical History of the Equal Suffrage Movement in Pacific Coast States. Portland: James, Kerns, and Abbot, 1914.

Etulain, Richard W. Re-Imagining the Modern American West: A Century of Fiction, History, and Art. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1996.

The Exposition Beautiful. Seattle: Seattle Publishing Company, 1909.

Faragher, John Mack. Women and Men on the Overland Trail. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1979.

Farrand, Livingston. “How Sisemo Won Thunder’s Daughter.” Traditions of the Quinalt Indians. In, Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History. New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1902. p. 113-14.

Farrand, Livingston. Quinalt Ethnographic and Field Notes, 1897. Manuscript No. 30(S2a.1) in American Philosophical Society Library, Philadelphia. Taken from microfilm in University of Washington Libraries, Seattle.

Ferens, Dominika. Edith and Winnifred Eaton: Chinatown Missions and Japanese Romances. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2002.

Ficken, Robert E. “Grand Coulee and Hanford: The Atomic Bomb and the Development of the Columbia River.” In Hevly, Bruce, and John M. Findlay, eds. The Atomic West. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1998. p. 21-38.

Ficken, Robert E. Rufus Woods, the Columbia River & the Building of Modern Washington. Pullman: Washington State University Press, 1995.

Fidler, W. W. “Personal Reminiscences of Samuel L. Simpson.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 15 (Dec. 1914). p. 264-76.

Findlay, John M. “Atomic Frontier Days: Richland, Washington, and the Modern American West.” Journal of the West 34 (July 1995). p. 32-41.

Findlay, John M. “Closing the Frontier in Washington: Edmond S. Meany and Frederick Jackson Turner.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 82 (April 1991). p. 59-69.

Findlay, John M. “A Fishy Proposition: Regional Identity in the Pacific Northwest.” In Wrobel, David M., and Michael C. Steiner, eds. Many Wests: Place, Culture, and Regional Identity. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1997. p. 37-70.

Findlay, John M. “Place as a State of Mind: The Case of the American West, 1790-1990.” Puget Sound Magazine 1 (Winter/Spring 1992). p. 6-13.

Finch, Annie, Johanna Keller, and Candace McClelland, eds. Carolyn Kizer, Perspectives on Her Life and Work. Fort Lee, New Jersey: Cavan Kerry Press, 2001.

Fiset, Louis. Imprisoned Apart: The World War II Correspondence of an Issei Couple. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1997.

Fisher, Robin. Vancouver’s Voyage: Charting the Northwest Coast, 1791-1795. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, and Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1992.

Fisher, Robin, and Hugh Johnston, eds. From Maps to Metaphors: The Pacific World of George Vancouver. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1993.

Fisher, Vardis. “The Western Writer and the Eastern Establishment.” Western American Literature 1 (Winter 1967). p. 244-59.

Fowles, John. The Tree. 1979; New York: Ecco Press, 1983.

Frykman, George A. “The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, 1909.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 53 (July 1962). Pp. 89-99.

Fuca, Juan de. See “A Note….”

Gallagher, Tess. A Concert of Tenses: Essays on Poetry. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1986.

Gallagher, Tess. Conversation in University of Washington class, July 19, 2001, notes by Dan Lamberton.

Gallagher, Tess. Conversation with Dan Lamberton. Port Angeles, Washington, September 1998a.

Gallagher, Tess. My Black Horse: New and Selected Poems. Newcastle upon Tyne, Great Britain: Bloodaxe Books,1995.

Gallagher, Tess. “A Nightshine Beyond Memory: Ten More Years with Ray.” Philosophy and Literature 22 (October 1998b). p. 438-56.

Gamboa, Erasmo. Mexican Labor and World War II: Braceros in the Pacific Northwest, 1942-1947. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1990.

Gamboa, Erasmo. Voces Hispanas = Hispanic Voices of Idaho: Excerpts from the Idaho Hispanic Oral History Project. Boise : Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs and Idaho Humanities Council, 1992.

Gamboa, Erasmo, and Carolyn Baun, eds. Nosotros: The Hispanic People of Oregon; Essays and Recollections. Portland: Oregon Council for the Humanities, 1995.

Garreau, Joel. The Nine Nations of North America. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981.

Gastil, Raymond D., Norman Clark, Richard W. Etulain, and Otis A. Pease. “The Pacific Northwest as a Cultural Region: A Symposium.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 64 (October 1973). Pp. 147-62.

Gentry, Marshall Bruce, and William L. Stull, eds. Conversations with Raymond Carver. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1990.

Gerber, Michele Stenehjem. On the Home Front: The Cold War Legacy of the Hanford Nuclear Site. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1992.

Gibson, James R. Otter Skins, Boston Ships, and China Goods: The Maritime Fur Trade of the Northwest Coast, 1785-1841. Seattle: University of Washington Press, and Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1992.

Gil, Carlos B. “Washington’s Hispano American Communities.” In White, Sid, and S.E. Solberg, eds. Peoples of Washington: Perspectives on Cultural Diversity. Pullman: Washington State University Press, 1989. Pp. 157-93.

Goetzmann, William H. Exploration and Empire: The Explorer and the Scientist in the Winning of the American West. New York: Knopf, 1966.

Gold, John R. “Roll On Columbia: Woody Guthrie, Migrants’ Tales, and Regional Transformation in the Pacific Northwest.” Journal of Cultural Geography 18 (Fall-Winter 1998). p. 83-97.

Greger, Debora. Desert Fathers, Uranium Daughters. New York: Penguin Poets, 1996.

Gundy, Jeff. Interview with William Stafford. Artful Dodge, 1988.

Guterson, David. Snow Falling on Cedars. San Diego: Harcourt Brace, 1994.

Guthrie, A. B. The Big Sky. 1947; New York: Time Incorporated, 1964.

Hakola, John W., ed., Frontier Omnibus. Missoula: Montana State University Press, 1962.

Hales, Peter Bacon. Atomic Spaces: Living on the Manhattan Project. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997.

Halpert, Sam, ed. When We Talk About Raymond Carver. Salt Lake City: G. Smith, 1991.

Hamer, David. New Towns in the New World: Images and Perceptions of the Nineteenth-Century Urban Frontier. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990.

Harmon, Alexandra. Indians in the Making: Ethnic Relations and Indian Identities around Puget Sound. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.

Hayes, Jeff W. “Portland, Oregon, A.D. 1999.” In Portland, Oregon, A.D. 1999 and Other Sketches. Portland: F.W. Baltes & Co., 1913.

Haywood, William D. The Autobiography of Big Bill Haywood. New York: International Publishers, 1929.

Hein, Teri. Atomic Farmgirl: The Betrayal of Chief Qualchan, the Appaloosa, and Me. Golden, Colo.: Fulcrum Publishing, 2000.

Henry, Neil. Pearl’s Secret: A Black Man’s Search for his White Family. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001.

Henry, Patrick, Raymond Carver, and Tess Gallagher. “Raymond Carver and Tess Gallagher.” Philosophy and Literature 22 (October 1998). p. 413-37.

Hill, Sarah, ed. “The Autobiography of Ella Byers Scott: Homestead Life in North Central Washington, 1906-1950.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 88 (Summer 1997). p. 107-145.

Holbrook, Stewart Hall. The Columbia. New York: Reinhart and Company, 1956.

Holbrook, Stewart Hall. “Daylight in the Swamp.” American Heritage 9 (Oct. 1958). p. 10-19, 77-80.

Howay, Frederic W., ed. Voyages of the “Columbia” to the Northwest Coast, 1787-1790 and 1790-1793. Boston:  Massachusetts Historical Society, 1941.

Hudson, Lois Phillips. “Children of the Harvest.” In Reapers of the Dust: A Prairie Chronicle. 1964; St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1984. Pp. 101-113.

Hunn, Eugene S., with James Selam and Family. Nch’i-Wána, “The Big River”: Mid-Columbia Indians and Their Land
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Ito, Kazuo. Issei: A History of Japanese Immigrants in North America. Trans. Shinichiro Nakamura and Jean S. Gerard. 
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Jablon, Howard, and Kenneth R. Elkins, eds. From the Old Northwest to the Pacific Northwest: The 1853 Oregon Trail Diaries of Patterson Fletcher Luark and Michael Fleenen Luark. Independence, MO: Oregon-California Trails Association, 1998.

[Jackson, Helen Hunt]. “Cruising on Puget Sound.” The Northwest I (March 1883b). Pp. 1-2.

[Jackson, Helen Hunt]. “Puget Sound.” Atlantic Monthly 51 (February 1883a). Pp. 218-31.

Jeffrey, Julie Roy. Converting the West : A Biography of Narcissa Whitman. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1991.

Jenkins, Mark. All Powers Necessary and Convenient: A Play of Fact and Speculation. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2000.

Johnson, Charles. “Foreword.” In Barcott, Bruce, ed. Northwest Passages: A Literary Anthology of the Pacific Northwest from Coyote Tales to Roadside Attractions. Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 1994. p. ix-x.

Johnson, Janet. “Cascadia.” Seattle University News. Spring, 1994. p. 21-23.

Jonaitis, Aldona. From the Land of the Totem Poles: The Northwest Coast Indian Art Collection and the American Museum of Natural History. New York: The American Museum of Natural History in association with the University of Washington Press, 1988.

Jones, Suzi, and Jarold Ramsey, eds. The Stories We Tell: An Anthology of Oregon Folk Literature. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1994.

Josephy, Alvin M. The Nez Perce Indians and the Opening of the Northwest. New Haven:Yale University Press, 1965.

Judson, Phoebe Goodell. A Pioneer’s Search for an Ideal Home. 1925; Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1984.

Kaiser, Rudolf. “Chief Seattle’s Speech(es): American Origins and European Reception.” In Swann, Brian, and Arnold Krupat, eds. Recovering the Word: Essays on Native American Literature. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987. p. 497-536.

Kirkendall, Richard S. “The Boeing Company and the Military-Metropolitan-Industrial Complex, 1945-1953.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 85 (Oct. 1994). p. 137-149.

Kirkendall, Richard S. "Two Senators and the Boeing Company." Columbia, the Magazine of Northwest History 11 (Winter 1997-98). p. 38-43.

Kittredge, William. Hole in the Sky: A Memoir. New York: Knopf, 1992.

Kittredge, William. The Nature of Generosity. New York: Knopf, 2000.

Kittredge, William. Owning It All: Essays. St. Paul, MN: Graywolf Press, 1987.

Kittredge, William. We Are Not in This Together: Stories, ed. Raymond Carver. Port Townsend, WA: Graywolf Press, 1984.

Kittredge, William. Who Owns the West? San Francisco: Mercury House, 1996.

Kittredge, William, and Annick Smith. The Last Best Place: A Montana Anthology. Helena: Montana Historical Society Press, 1988.

Kizer, Carolyn. Cool, Calm, and Collected: Poems, 1960-2000. Port Townsend, Wash.: Copper Canyon Press, 2001.

Kizer, Carolyn. “Poetry: School of the Pacific Northwest.” The New Republic 135 (July 16, 1956). p. 18-19.

Klein, Joe. Woody Guthrie: A Life. New York: Knopf, 1980.

Kogawa, Joy. Obasan. Boston: D. R. Godine, 1982.

Levertov, Denise. The Life Around Us: Selected Poems on Nature. New York: New Directions, 1997.

Levertov, Denise. “Some Affinities of Content.” In New and Selected Essays. New York: New Directions, 1992. Pp. 1-21.

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Lewis, Meriwether. See Barth, Gunther; Moulton, Gary E.; Thwaites, Reuben G.

Ling, Jinqi. “No-No Boy by John Okada.” In Wong, Sau-ling Cynthia, and Stephen H. Sumida, eds. A Resource Guide to Asian American Literature. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2001. p. 140-50.

Lopez, Barry. About This Life: Journeys on the Threshold of Memory. New York: Knopf, 1998.

Love. Glen A. “Revaluing Nature: Toward an Ecological Criticism.” In Glotfelty, Cheryll, and Harold Fromm, eds. The Ecocriticism Reader: Landmarks in Literary Ecology. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996. p. 225-40.

Love, Glen A. “Stemming the Avalanche of Tripe” (1981). Reprinted in Davis, H. L. Collected Essays and Short Stories
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Love, Glen A., ed. The World Begins Here: An Anthology of Oregon Short Fiction. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1993.

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Lukas, Anthony. Big Trouble: A Murder in a Small Town Sets Off a Struggle for the Soul of America. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1997.

Mackie, Richard Somerset. Trading Beyond the Mountains: The British Fur Trade on the Pacific, 1793-1843. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1997.

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McCarthy, Mary. How I Grew. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986.

McHugh, Heather. Broken English: Poetry and Partiality. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1993a.

McHugh, Heather. The Father of the Predicaments. Hanover, NH: Wesleyan University Press and University Press of New England, 1999.

McHugh, Heather. Hinge & Sign: Poems, 1968-1993. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1994.

McHugh, Heather. Letter to Dan Lamberton, November 1993b.

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Meinig, D. W. The Great Columbia Plain: A Historical Geography, 1805-1910. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1968.

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Robbins, William G. “The Historian as Literary Craftsman: The West of Ivan Doig.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 78 (October 1987). p. 134-40.

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Rydell, Robert W. All the World’s a Fair: Visions of Empire at American International Expositions, 1876-1916. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984.

Sanders, Jane. Cold War on Campus: Academic Freedom at the University of Washington, 1946-1964. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1979.

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Schwantes, Carlos A. Railroad Signatures Across the Pacific Northwest. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1993.

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