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Terra Northwest : interpreting people and place

Author: David H Stratton
Publisher: Pullman, Wash. : WSU Press/Washington State University Press, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Eleven experts from the United States and Canada explore society, culture, and change in the great, resource-laden Northwest. Essays examine European coastal exploration, American and Canadian comparative development, political and constitutional foundations, economic globalization; gendered and class history, and perspectives on the region's Native American, black, Asian American, and Hispanic citizenry. Included
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Genre/Form: History
Local history
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Terra Northwest.
Pullman, Wash. : WSU Press/Washington State University Press, ©2007
(OCoLC)608073614
Online version:
Terra Northwest.
Pullman, Wash. : WSU Press/Washington State University Press, ©2007
(OCoLC)631112402
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David H Stratton
ISBN: 9780874222913 0874222915
OCLC Number: 148840680
Notes: "Sherman and Mabel Smith Pettyjohn Distinguished Lecture Series publications"--Page [ii].
Description: xi, 220 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Spanish moment in the Pacific Northwest / David J. Weber --
Two faces West : the development of myth in Canada and the United States / Donald Worster --
Almost Columbia, triumphantly Washington / John McClelland Jr. --
Statehood : symbol of a new era / Howard R. Lamar --
Matter of context : the Pacific Northwest in world history / Kenneth S. Coates --
American Indian and freedom of religion : an historic appraisal / Alvin M. Josephy Jr. --
Mind of the founders : an assessment of the Washington Constitution of 1889 / James M. Dolliver --
Growing up American in the Pacific Northwest / Gordon Hirabayashi --
"There was no better place to go" : African-American migration, 1940-1950 / Quintard Taylor --
Mexican-American street gangs, migration, and violence in the Yakima Valley / E. Mark Moreno --
Rethinking the region : gender, race, and class in Pacific Northwest history / Susan Armitage.
Responsibility: edited by David H. Stratton.
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"Eleven experts from the United States and Canada explore society, culture, and change in the great, resource-laden Northwest. Essays examine European coastal exploration, American and Canadian comparative development, political and constitutional foundations, economic globalization; gendered and class history, and perspectives on the region's Native American, black, Asian American, and Hispanic citizenry. Included are contributions by Susan Armitage, Kenneth S. Coates, James M. Dolliver, Gordon Hirabayashi, Alvin M. Josephy Jr., Howard R. Lamar, John McClelland Jr., E. Mark Moreno, Quintard Taylor, David J. Weber, and Donald Worster.

Terra Northwest continues the Sherman and Mabel Smith Pettyjohn Lecture Series of publications examining essential aspects of Northwest history."--Jacket.

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