Columbia Northwest Classics

Edited by Chris Friday, Professor and Chair, Department of History, and Director of the Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Western Washington University, Bellingham.

logo Columbia Northwest Classics are reprints of important studies about the peoples and places that make up the Pacific Northwest. The series focuses especially on that vast area drained by the Columbia River and its tributaries. Like the plants, animals, and people that have crossed over the watersheds to the east, west, south, and north, Columbia Northwest Classics embrace a Pacific Northwest that includes not only Oregon, Washington, and Idaho but also British Columbia, the Yukon, Alaska, and portions of Montana, California, Nevada, and Utah.

Mountain Fever: Historic Conquests of Rainier

by Aubrey L. Haines

To Fish in Common: The Ethnohistory of Lummi Indian Salmon Fishing

by Daniel L. Boxberger

Mexican Labor and World War II: Braceros in the Pacific Northwest, 1942-47

by Erasmo Gamboa

The Boys of Boise: Furor, Vice, and Folly in an American City

by John Gerassi

Gyppo Logger

by Margaret Elley Felt

Prophetic Worlds: Indians and Whites on the Columbia Plateau

by Christopher L. Miller

Puget's Sound: A Narrative of Early Tacoma and the Southern Sound

by Murray Morgan