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Lloyd Keith and John C. Jackson

Lloyd Keith (1938-2008) was recognized as a preeminent expert on the nineteenth century. A professor of history and sociology at Shoreline (Washington) Community College for 35 years, he taught sociology, Canadian history, and Pacific Northwest history. Born in Longmont, Colorado, Lloyd was a longtime resident of Washington State. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Denver, his master’s degree from Washington State University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Washington. He published numerous periodical articles.

John C. Jackson (1931-2015) was born in Hillsboro, Oregon. He attended Washington State University and earned his MFA from the California College of Arts and Crafts. Following his first career as an independent advertising designer and art director, he turned to his passion in American history. A recipient of a Rockefeller Foundation grant to write his first book, Shadow on the Tetons, Jackson eventually authored nine books as well as many periodical articles focusing on early American exploration, the fur trade, and the Pacific Northwest.

North of Athabasca: Slave Lake and Mackenzie River Documents of North West Company, 1800-1821
Bibliography for History of the Pacific Northwest and of Canada

Shadow of the Tetons: David E. Jackson and the Claiming of the American West
Children of the Fur Trade: Forgotten Metis of the Pacific Northwest
A Little War of Destiny: The First Regiment, and the Yakima Indian War
The Piikani Blackfeet: A Culture Under Siege
Jemmy Jock Bird: Marginal Man on the Blackfoot Frontier
Meriwether Lewis
By Honor and Right: How One Man Boldly Defined the Destiny of a Nation
Mad Donald Mackay and the Fight for the Northwest Fur Trade

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