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The Changing Pacific Northwest

Interpreting the Past

Edited by David H. Stratton and George A. Frykman

$30.00

In this volume, important economic, social, and political trends in the Pacific Northwest are examined as components of an emerging regional society. Included are essays by Norman A. Graebner, Alvin M. Josephy, Jr., Richard Maxwell Brown, Claus M. Naske, Ronald M. Limbaugh, Michael P. Malone and Dianne G. Dougherty, Carlos Schwantes, Susan Armitage, and Robert E. Burke.

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In this volume, important economic, social, and political trends in the Pacific Northwest are examined as components of an emerging regional society. These themes include the challenge of women’s history as an expanding dimension of historical research; Alaska’s place in Pacific Northwest history; the influence climate had in the evolution of regional culture; Indians and religious freedom; the evolution of Montana’s political culture; the Pacific Northwest working class and its institutions; the mostly unrecognized role of territorial elites in western political power struggles; the impact of the Pacific Northwest in world diplomacy; and the role of the journal editor.

Included are essays by Norman A. Graebner, Alvin M. Josephy, Jr., Richard Maxwell Brown, Claus M. Naske, Ronald M. Limbaugh, Michael P. Malone and Dianne G. Dougherty, Carlos Schwantes, Susan Armitage, and Robert E. Burke.

Illustrations / notes / 187 pages (1988)

 

Additional information

Weight .73 oz
Dimensions 9 x 6 in
Format

Tapebound