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At the Field's End: Interviews with Twenty Pacific Northwest Writers
Seattle: Madrona Publishers, 1987. 322 pages. Interviewees include Jean Auel, Raymond Carver, Barry Lopez, Marilynne Robinson and Norman Maclean. Each interview illustrated with a black-and-white photo reproduction of the writer. ISBN: 9780880890250.
First edition (first printing). Light fading to cloth at the spine ends, else near fine; in an unclipped dust jacket that is a bit faded on the spine, thus near fine. Signed by multiple writers at the beginning of their interviews: Ursula K. Le Guin, Tess Gallagher, Charles Johnson, Ivan Doig, Tom Robbins, Gary Snyder and James Welch.Book ID: 164900More details Price: $312.50
Ancient Forests in the Pacific Northwest: Analysis and Maps of Twelve National Forests
Washington D. C: 1991. 13 pages. 11-1/4 by 14 inches. Report and maps from The Wilderness Society's study of National Forests to determine the amount of remaining old growth in Washington, Oregon and California following more than a century of logging and forest fragmentation. The report came at a time of increased concern over logging, and controversy around the recent listing of Northern Spotted Owls as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, setting up the timber industry's "owls vs. jobs" debate. The Society report was released in conjunction with a similar study by the Forest Service, but the two differed in their findings – The Wilderness Society found half-a-million acres less than the Forest Service. ISBN: 281AIB1037271.
Very good in wrappers (paperback) with metal comb binding. Rear pocket complete with ten enclosed National Forest maps: 1) Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie, 2) Olympic, 3) Gifford Pinchot, 4) Mt. Hood, 5) Willamette, 6) Siuslaw, 7) Umpqua, 8) Rogue River, 9) Siskiyou, and 10) the Klamath, Six Rivers and Shasta-Trinity. Maps fine, or nearly so.Book ID: 183372More details Price: $156.25
The Mystic Chain of Discovery: The Era of Great Awakening, from the Fifteenth to the Seventeenth Century--The Leading Characters in the Drama--The Final Settlement in the Northwest.
Salem, OR: Elliott Printing House, 1929. 456 pages, plus a 21-page appendix. An idiosyncratic history of the early exploration of the Oregon Territory. ISBN: B000KBGUGC.
First edition (first printing). Very good in a very good dust jacket. Inscribed by the author.Book ID: 33871More details Price: $35.00
First Fish, First People: Salmon Tales of the North Pacific Rim
University of Washington Press, 1998. ISBN: 9780295977393.
FineBook ID: 255714More details Price: $10.00
Catalogue 32: The Oregon Country and the Pacific Northwest Including Alaska As Collected By Herbert Mclean Evans With Additions From Our Stock
San Francisco: John Howell Books, 1958. ISBN: B0063OZRQE.
Very GoodBook ID: 133569More details Price: $7.50