"The authors integrate the experiences of social groups far, far better than any predecessor volume. No other text frames the region this way." —Adam M. Sowards, Director of the Institute for Pacific Northwest Studies at the University of Idaho
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With a clear emphasis on the Pacific Northwest's political economy, environmental history, and its cultural and social heritage, Nature's Northwest makes a lively and colorful history of this region within a national and international context. Impressive in their synthesis of myriad historical facts, renowned historian William G. Robbins and Katrine Barber have created an intricate portrait of the twentieth-century Northwest.