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The Philanthropic Ghost of Centralia Washington

December 16th, 2014 Nono Burling Posted in Articles, For Libraries, For the Public, Random News from the Newspapers on Microfilm Collection No Comments »

From the desk of Steve Willis, Central Library Services Program Manager of the Washington State Library:

The random news for this installment was discovered in The Daily Hub (Centralia, Wash.), February 26, 1916. The following ghost story was top of the fold front page news:

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CENTRALIA HAS VERY GENUINE HA’NTED HOUSE

Ghostly Manifestations Defy Solution In Spite of Family’s Best Efforts– Spirit Is Apparently Friendly

 Centralia has a haunted house.

 This piece of news may be a bit startling to those who always connect haunted houses with old, old mansions with a past of bloody deeds to cover, and they naturally inquire where in Centralia can be found a house that answers this description.

 The answer is that there is no such house.

 Centralia’s haunted house is modern in every respect and is inhabited by as peaceable, sociable and jolly a family as you could ask to meet. Neither are they a family given to becoming frightened at the noise of a mouse scuttling across the pantry floor or a board squeaking as the house sways to the spring winds.

No, the Kaestners are wholesome, sociable, unafraid folks and when they finally, after many manifestations admitted to close friends that certain things were transpiring about their home on Waunch Prairie that could not be accounted for under ordinary rules governing human agency and action, the admission had considerable weight that it held up under searching investigation. 

 But the strangest part of the “hant” that has taken up abode at the Kaestner residence is that it is a sociable and also liberal ghost. Unlike the ghost of fiction, it does not believe in needlessly scaring people, neither does it believe in taking away– in fact the Kaestner ghost’s actions bear more resemblance to the gyrations indulged in by Santa Claus than to the work of a soul-terrifying spirit.

 Now to get to the real story:

 About a week ago Mrs. Kaestner went home after a shopping trip down town, unlocked the door and went in. The cheerful singing of a tea kettle attracted her to the kitchen where she found a merry fire burning in the range– and not a soul on the place. Later, when the family assembled for supper she mentioned the occurrence, but each member of the family stoutly denied having started the range fire. This passed without comment, but next day Fred Kaestner took a heavy room rug out on the lawn to clean for his mother. He left it out to air while he did some chores and when he later folded it up to take in, there underneath the rug was a bright new one dollar currency note. This was talked over and it was finally decided that the bill had been dropped by some passer and not noticed when the rug was thrown out on the lawn for cleaning.

 The next visitation of this philanthropic ghost came the next evening. Mrs. Kaestner had gathered the eggs and left them on the screened back porch. Going out shortly after to get some eggs for supper she found, lying on top of the egg basket a nicely folded absolutely new and unwrinkled necktie that had every appearance of having come direct from some good store.

 Things began to look decidedly queer by this time and when the next afternoon the phonograph in the front room started to play with all of the family either out or in another part of the house, Mrs. Kaestner was forced to admit that she was becoming nervous to say the least. This action of the phonograph, however, seemed to have appeared to the friendly ghost as a bit out of its line, for the very next day while Mrs. Kaestner was sweeping the back walk she spied in the grass close to the walk a new $2 currency note.

 As has been intimated and as everyone knows who has the pleasure of their acquaintance, the Kaestners are not people to become stampeded into accepting any ghost stories or fooled by some easily explained prank, but, in spite of a careful investigation, watching and search they have been unable to explain the series of happenings related.

 In the meantime Mr. Kaestner has taken the bills to the bank and found that they are absolutely good, so he is patiently and hopefully awaiting the next visitation.

 Max (1851-1909) and Anna Kaestner (1862-1948) with their young son Frederick Frank “Fritz” Kaestner (1881-1947) came to the United States from their native Germany in 1887. Max had been a lieutenant of artillery in the German army. Initially they moved to Colorado but in 1889 set up home in Centralia, Washington. In a short time the Kaestner family had a reputation as running one of the most sanitary and progressive dairies in the area.

When Max died at age 58, several years before the above story took place, he had become very well known in Centralia. One obituary stated, “Mr. Kaestner was a man of sterling character, a man who held strong opinions, and was probably one of the most highly educated men in the county having received the best instruction obtainable in Germany.”

Fritz Kaestner continued to run the dairy for a few decades. If there was a follow-up story about who was jerking this family’s chain in 1916, I’d love to see it.

 

 

 

 

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Tramp Printers or Passing of the Old Time Print

December 11th, 2014 Nono Burling Posted in Articles, Digital Collections, For Libraries, For the Public, Random News from the Newspapers on Microfilm Collection No Comments »

From the desk of Steve Willis, Central Library Services Program Manager of the Washington State Library:

Oroville weekly GazetteThe January 2, 1920 issue of The Oroville Weekly Gazette introduces us to an occupation that even in the 1920s had become antiquated by technological advances– the tramp printer, also known as the tourist printer or hobo antimony jerker:

PASSING OF THE OLD TIME PRINTPassing of the old time print

One day during the week this office had a call from that extreme rarity nowadays, a tourist printer. He was not of the class of the old time tramp print. He was a clean faced American, neatly if not extravagantly dressed, and his breath did not announce his approach before he hove in sight. What a contrast to the drifting antimony jerker of 35 years ago, in the days when “The Pilgrim” and “California Dick” floated from place to place around eastern Washington, clothed in raiment that would put a scare crow to the blush and assisting very materially in the revenue of receipts by consumption of spirituous decoctions. They never wanted a steady job. A few days at the case, and their feet would commence itching for the road, and snatching a free lunch while squandering what they had made in joy water until lit up like the northern lights they would shake the dust of the town in which they had briefly sojourned from their feet and hike out for other pastures. Queer lads were the two old typos mentioned, considered somewhat off the clutch, differing disposition though partners in the way of the life they led. “The Pilgrim” quiet and taciturn in his cups, “California Dick” noisy, truculent, boastful, when loaded, and that was their normal condition. And yet for all that, in the days of the “stick and rule” these old stagers could set up a creditable “string” and they knew every mystery of the print shop. Gone to their last reward, those old boys, and we trust the recording angel dropped a silent tear of absolution when registering their arrival, blotting out those short comings which were really mild indiscretions, for which they were more to be pitied than blamed.

In his book News For an Empire (1952), covering the history of the Spokesman-Review, Ralph E. Dyar mentions “… the tramp printers, a characteristic feature of Western newspaper offices during the eighties and nineties. Their very names were individual, perhaps invented, as: Pilgrim the Printer, California Dick, Seneca G. Ketchum, Major Henby, and J. Peck MacSwain. Most of the itinerants never wanted a steady job. A few days at the case and their feet commenced itching for the road. They would either climb into a boxcar or hit the road on foot for other pastures.”

“California Dick” turns up in various newspapers in the Pacific Northwest as a defendant in court. This bit in the Idaho Statesman (Boise, Idaho) from August 28, 1890 is typical: “A party who answers to the honorable name of California Dick, and another of the same class, were brought before Justice Randall yesterday morning to answer to a charge of drunk and disorderly. They were fined $6 and costs; in default they went up for three days.”

Supposedly California Dick did some hard time in Oklahoma for holding up a stage. He died in Grangeville, Idaho, September 26, 1899. The Spokane Daily Chronicle gave notice of his passing in their September 29th issue:

California Dick is Dead CALIFORNIA DICK IS DEAD

 Type of Tramp Printer of the Ancient Days.

 WAS HIS OWN ENEMY.

 For Years He Has Wandered Through the Changing Northwest.

 ONCE HE WAS IN THE ARMY

 Passed Away at Grangeville Last Tuesday — Richard Richards Was His Real Name.

 “California Dick” is dead. The famous tramp printer whose face and appetite have been familiar to every town in the northwest for nearly 20 years, will never count railway ties again. “Poor Dick,” says everybody– that’s all; if he hadn’t a real friend he hadn’t an enemy.

 Just who Dick was, where he came from or when or why he came to the northwest, nobody knows. It is doubtful if anybody ever took the trouble to find out. For a couple of decades the printers of the Pacific slope have simply accepted him as an established fact– a harmless and thirsty fact, to be humored, not questioned or argued down. Perhaps half the printers west of the Rockies have “loaned two bits” to Dick. Maybe he will repay it somehow in another world.

 It must be nearly two years since Dick’s last visit to Spokane. From this city he drifted to Grangeville, Ida. The report came a few weeks ago that he was sick in that town; and now comes the Grangeville Press of last Tuesday with this little obituary:

 Dick’s Obituary

 “California Dick” died about 1 o’clock this afternoon at the Moser house.

 His real name was Richard Richards, and he was a native of Pennsylvania. An uncle of his was at one time governor of that state, but in all the long years we have known him he never confided any of his past history with us. He is supposed to have been drawing a pension, and therefore it is to be presumed that he served in the federal army during the war.

 Our personal knowledge of him extends back to 1881, when “Dick” put in an appearance at the office of our Nez Perce News, at Lewiston, and from that day to this he has been in our employ from time to time, and helped us get out the first issue of the Free Press in 1886. Of late years, probably owing to the receipt of pension money, he has not cared much for work, and has not done anything for the past year, except a few days in this office.

 He was a typical tramp printer of a type common enough in the northwest in ante-railroad days, and their sole occupation in life was to roam from place to place, working for a few days, getting on a tear every Saturday night and finally departing as silently as they came. We have known “Dick” to walk into Lewiston in the middle of winter, when towns were more of a rarity and much farther apart than they are today, work for a few days and depart for new pastures as mysteriously as he came.

 In those days it was a point of honor with newspaper men to make employment for these tramps, but with the advent of eastern men who “knew not Joseph ” and keener competition in the business, the old-timers have had to watch their dollars more closely, and the tramps have consequently fared harder with the lapse of time. This, we believe, is the reason why “California Dick” has kept so closely around Grangeville for the past two years– to be out of the way of the railroads, where living is supposed to be easier than in civilization. Poor Dick was nobody’s enemy but his own, and now that he has departed hence we can throw the mantle of charity over his failings and believe that death came as a blessing and happy release.

 Pilgrim the Printer shows up in the Northwest around the late 1870s. His range appeared to be much broader than California Dick. The Pilgrim was born Samuel P. Haslett, December, 1838 in Butler, Pennsylvania. His Irish-born father, William Haslett (1816-1872), ran a newspaper in Butler and also held offices in the state legislature as a Whig and Republican.

An undated clipping from the San Francisco Morning Ledger, which was reprinted in a collection of newspaper stories in 1890, included this description of Haslett:

THE PILGRIM PRINTER

 Last night Hazlett, known everywhere as the “Pilgrim Print,” came up the Ledger stairs and walked into the composing-room just as naturally as if he had never worked anywhere else in all his life. As soon as he crossed the threshold he was welcomed from all sides, for everybody knew him by sight or reputation. Without taking the slightest notice of the chaff thrown at him from the cases, he shuffled up toward the centre of the room, and leaned against a composing-stone, looking about him like Marius inspecting the ruins of Carthage.

 To him a well-regulated printing office, where men work systematically for wages, is an abomination and a disgrace. He would scorn to be subservient to a master. He never took orders from anybody. When he strikes a place that suits him, he tackles a column of type and begins to distribute it. When he doesn’t like his work or his company, he throws on his coat and walks off, scorning to ask for pay. An old, dingy printing office, with worn and blackened cases, battered type and cracked composing stones, suits him best; where the galleys are all shrunk out of shape, the chases all indented, the quoins all mashed and the foreman’s mallet beaten down almost to the handle. Cobwebs on the wall give him genuine delight, and big breaks in the ceiling, denoting the long absence of plaster, are well-springs of pleasurable emotion. An expression of intense disgust shadowed his features as he saw that it was not over a month old. The newness of the racks made him shudder; the air of cleanliness paralyzed him. When he saw the printers around him taking orders from one man, he cast a sad look over the place, such as Napoleon might have thrown on the galley slaves of Toulon. He concealed his contempt as best he could, not desiring to wound their feelings, and when he sneered he did it so softly that few noticed it.

 By the late 1890s Haslett returned to the East, where he continued his occupation as a tramp printer. The US Census of 1900 actually caught him in Genesee, Pennsylvania. Haslett, who by this time was described as looking like Santa Claus, died January 9th, 1906 while walking down a street in Easton, Maryland, seeking work. He is buried in Butler, Pennsylvania.

As a WSL bit of trivia, our colleague Shawn Schollmeyer has pointed out that James P. Ferry, who served as Territorial Librarian from 1880-1881, and a son of Washington’s first governor, was not exactly a tramp printer, but was known to perform printing and type work of an itinerant nature.

 

 

 

 

 

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Songs of Willow Frost. By Jaime Ford

December 10th, 2014 WSL NW & Special Collections Posted in Articles, Washington Reads No Comments »

ford-frostSongs of Willow Frost. By Jamie Ford. (New York: Ballantine Books, 2013.)

Recommendation submitted by:
Will Stuivenga, Cooperative Projects Manager, Washington State Library, Tumwater, WA.

Our protagonist is William Eng, a 12-year-old living at the Sacred Heart Orphanage in 1930’s Seattle. He’s been there since he was seven; no one is interested in adopting a Chinese boy. Only, he remembers his beloved mother, a singer and a dancer, and he remembers finding her slumped in the bathtub, and how she was carried off to the hospital, and he never saw her again.

But now he sees her on the screen in a vaudeville show preview down at the local movie theater—he’s certain it’s her—and he sets off, together with the blind girl, Charlotte, fellow outcast, and his best friend, to find Liu Song, aka Willow Frost, his mother.

The book recounts this seemingly impossible quest, as well as Liu Song’s own tragic story, and how she came to give up her precious child. Will they be reunited to make a life together? We’re kept in suspense until the final page.

Full of old Seattle scenes and images, this poignant tale will tug at your heart-strings, while filling in a chapter in our nation’s regrettable history of the prejudice suffered by its people of Chinese heritage.

ISBN: 978-0-345-52202-3

Available at the Washington State Library, NW 813.6 FORD 2013
Available as an eBook.
Downloadable talking book available through NLS and WTBBL.
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Why Do We Need a State Library?

December 3rd, 2014 Will Stuivenga Posted in Articles, For Libraries, For the Public, Institutional Library Services, Library 21 Initiative, News, Public Services, State Library Collections, Washington Talking Book and Braille Library No Comments »

Slice of Advocate headerTo quote a prominent library administrator: “Every library is designed to serve a specific community:

  • Public libraries serve the people of a specific city or county.
  • Academic libraries serve the faculty, staff, and students of a specific college or university.
  • School libraries serve the students and teachers of a specific school.
  • Medical libraries serve doctors, nurses, and patients at a specific hospital.
  • Law libraries serve the attorneys and staff of a specific law firm.

Each library is designed to add value to the specific community that it serves.”

The Washington State Library (WSL) is none of the above. Its broad mission is to collect and preserve materials of value for the entire State of Washington.

This theme is developed in the current issue of the WLFFTA newsletter, the Advocate. WLFFTA stands for Washington Library Friends, Foundations, Trustees & Advocates, and is an interest group of the Washington Library Association.

The current issue of the Advocate focuses on the Washington State Library and some of its key services and programs. It also highlights the precarious budget situation in which the State Library currently finds itself. Read the entire newsletter at http://sos.wa.gov/q/AF2014.

 

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Davenport Public Library – Providing Broadband Access to their community

December 1st, 2014 Nono Burling Posted in Articles, For Libraries, For the Public, Grants and Funding, Technology and Resources 1 Comment »

davenportOver in Lincoln County the Davenport Public Library is doing business, but not quite as usual. In 2013 they were the beneficiaries of a Broadband Technologies Opportunity Program (BTOP) grant as well as a LSTA grant both administered by the Washington State Library. We recently heard from Katy Pike, a librarian at the Davenport library about some of the ways that implementing this grant has impacted the Davenport community. First the numbers. Their speeds used to be a slow 1.5 mbps download and .5 upload. After on average they now receive 20 mbps download and 22 mbps upload speeds. Quite a change.

Katy reports that before the grant it was impossible to run a public and staff computer on the same internet line without competing for the very limited bandwidth.  With the upgrades this is no longer true. Other benefits to the patrons are that many people in the community now use the library computers for filing tax returns, applying for DSHS benefits, career development, online education, and information or entertainment needs. And because of the broadband the Davenport Library now has the capacity to run Microsoft IT Academy from its public computers which will allow the local residents to increase their computer skills, which hopefully will lead to better jobs.

But the best part of the story is not about numbers but about people. Katy told us three of the kind of stories we love to hear, and they seemed like stories to share.

As soon as the library was set up with higher speeds, a teen girl in our community was able to utilize DPL’s internet to meet her homework and entertainment needs. Originally, the internet speed was not sufficient enough to load online programs that were accessible to visually impaired patrons. Now, this young lady uses the library’s downloadable book service and Wi-Fi.

Our fire station across the street from DPL utilized the library’s Wi-Fi when retraining volunteer firefighters in CPR/First Aid. (It was needed to access the instructor’s online education materials.)

The sewing business next door to DPL is utilizes the Wi-Fi to teach crafting classes and to conduct other business transactions.

Katy said that while the library is open only sixteen hours a week, the Wi-Fi extends beyond the walls of the library. People often use the library’s Wi-Fi just by sitting in their cars after hours. All in all, it sounds like the library’s broadband is having a wide range effect on the Davenport community.

Finally a quote from Katy, “E-rate, the equipment awarded from the 2013 Broadband grant, and technology expertise from the Washington State Library allowed the Davenport Public Library to successfully participate with the BTOP grant. The [Davenport] library doesn’t have consistent tech support and doesn’t have the necessary infrastructure to have participated without guidance from the Washington State Library.”

The Washington State Library is working diligently to help support the libraries and by extension the residents of Washington State. Thanks to Katy for sharing her story with us. How has the State Library impacted your community?

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Thurs. December 11th Book Talk – JOHN TORNOW

November 25th, 2014 WSL NW & Special Collections Posted in Articles, For the Public No Comments »

tornow book
Courtesy of the Author

 

Washington State Library will host author Bill Lindstrom at a book talk featuring his recently published novel John Tornow: Villain or Victim? The untold story of the “Wildman of the Wynooche”.

“The book is about John Tornow, alleged killer of six men. The author introduces a far more compassionate individual seeking to be left alone in the solace of the woods he so much enjoyed.”
–XLibris, publisher.

Join us for this fascinating book talk:

Thursday, December 11 at 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Washington State Library
6880 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater, WA 98501

Books will be available for purchase at this event.

For more information, call 360-704-5221.

Read more about the author.

 

 

 

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Words of Wisdom from a future Washington voter.

November 12th, 2014 Nono Burling Posted in Articles, For Libraries, For the Public, Uncategorized No Comments »

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Amelie, a third-grader at Lincoln Elementary School in Olympia, Washington, is learning to write persuasive essays. For this assignment her essay prompt was how can we improve our school? Amelie did not hesitate, she knew exactly what she and her fellow students needed.

 

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(Spelling and grammar as per the original essay).

We need more library time:

We should get more lirarby time Becasue some of us Don’t have a Good amont of money so we need a library. And if we did not have a library we would not have Donna!! And we would not Get into a Good Collge!!  So this pretty much depenes on liBrary. ThereFore we sloud have more library.

When asked for a comment Donna Dannenmiller, Lincoln’s school librarian, said, “My greatest thrill for library time, as I foster literacy and expose children to a diverse collection of meaningful language experiences, is to connect the right book… with the right child… at the right time. It’s purely magical! They want to come back for more and more of that magic.”

Amelie is clearly one third grader who will be voting for libraries in the future.

 

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Truth Like the Sun By Jim Lynch

November 12th, 2014 WSL NW & Special Collections Posted in Articles, Washington Reads No Comments »

Truth-Like-the-SunTruth Like the Sun. By Jim Lynch. (New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2012.)

Recommendation submitted by:
Will Stuivenga, Cooperative Projects Manager, Washington State Library, Tumwater, WA.

Jim Lynch’s third novel, Truth Like the Sun, set in Seattle, bounces back and forth between 1962 and 2001, telling us a story that revolves around the Seattle World’s Fair and its fictional chief mover and shaker, one Robert Morgan, a.k.a. Mr. Seattle, a high-flying, entrepreneurial city booster, who maybe loves wine, women and gambling a little more than is good for him, but is largely responsible for building the iconic Space Needle, and for much of the success of the fair. Through his eyes, we witness the excitement of the fair, and its famous visitors, including Elvis Presley, President Kennedy, Ed Sullivan, John Glenn, and many more.

Back in the more recent present era, we follow the efforts of Helen Gulanos, would-be hotshot reporter, who’s recently arrived in town, and who hopes to secure her career with a hard-hitting, fully researched exposé of Mr. Morgan, who has just decided to run for mayor, after all these many years. Helen’s life is complicated by her single mother status, and the fact that she finds her target to be oddly compelling, and begins to develop a grudging respect for the guy, still charismatic after all these years, even as she strives to dig the dirt on him.

Native son author Lynch seems to be moving ever closer to main-stream fiction with each new novel. His first effort, The Highest Tide, a remarkable coming of age story set in the Olympia area, had an other-worldly almost SciFi aspect to the natural wonders it depicted.

His second attempt, Border Songs, still had more than a hint of the fantastic with its larger-than-life primary character, and its chain of slightly off-kilter, not-quite-believable series of events.

Now, in this third literary foray, the Space Needle itself seems to be the most fantastic element, as we move ever more firmly into the realm of big-city politics and finance as they are in real life. Truth Like the Sun is a great read, but misses some of that element of the fantastical that was so central to Lynch’s earlier novels. Nevertheless, strongly recommended, especially for those who enjoy fiction set in the Pacific NW.

ISBN: 978-0-307-95868-6

Available at the Washington State Library, NW 813.6 LYNCH 2012
Available as an eBook
Downloadable talking book and Braille editions through NLS and  WTBBL.
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New Arrivals in the NW Collections

November 11th, 2014 WSL NW & Special Collections Posted in Articles, For the Public, State Library Collections No Comments »

pnw new arrivalsA listing of some recent additions to the Pacific Northwest Circulating Collection at Washington State Library’s Central Library.

 

Last Chapter and Worse: A Far Side Collection. By Gary Larson. (London: Warner Books, 1996. 107 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 741.5973 LARSON 1996
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o43221795

Astoria: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson’s Lost Pacific Empire: A Story Of Wealth, Ambition, and Survival. By Peter Stark. (New York: Ecco, 2014. 366 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 979.5 STARK 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o875697499

The Last Pysht Valley Pioneer: Gertrude Stange Fernandes. By Karolyn Hamerquist Burdick. (Clallam Bay, WA: Karolyn Hamerquist Burdick, 2013. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references.)
NW 979.799 BURDICK 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o884583007

Last Wednesday: a Pacific Northwest Anthology of Poetry. By Gene Bradbury, Howard Chadwick, Judith Duncan [and 5 others]. (Sequim, Washington: Wide Awake Publishing, 2013. 101 pp.)
NW 811.608 LAST WE 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o885262559

The Crossings Guide to Oregon’s Coastal Spans. By Judy Fleagle. (Florence, Or.: Pacific Pub., 2012. 48 pp. Illustrations, map.)
NW 624.2 FLEAGLE 2012
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o826869228

The Impact of the Affordable Care Act in Washington State. By Roger Stark. (Seattle, WA: Washington Policy Center, 2014, Rev. ed. 18 pp. Bibliographical references.)
NW 368.382 STARK 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o884934044

The Yachats Indians, Origins of the Yachats Name, and the Prison Camp Years. By Joanne Killel and Suzanne Curtis. (Waldport, OR: Joanne Killel and Suzanne Curtis, 2010, Rev. ed. 29 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references.)
NW 979.5004 KITTEL 2010
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o656418674

Tales from Saturday’s Child: A Collection of Columns by Gordon Aadland. (Centralia, Washington: Chronicle, 2014. 262 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 979.782 AADLAND 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o889094264

The People of Cascadia: Pacific Northwest Native American history. Written and illustrated by Heidi Bohan. (Seattle, Washington.: 4Culture, 2009. 175 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 979.5004 BOHAN 2009
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o460883156

Bellevue Farmers Market cookbook. By Cindy Pigott, foreword by Holly Smith. (Seattle, Wash.: Documentary Media, 2009. 136 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 641.5979 PIGOTT 2009
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o302099949

This is Mauro: Assaggio Ristorante cookbook. By Mauro Golmarvi (Seattle, WA: Documentary Media, 2013. 143 pp. Illustrations, index.)
NW 641.5945 GOLMARV 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o878147003

A Sound Defense: Military Sites, Lighthouses, and Memorials of Puget Sound. By Nancy L. McDaniel. (Chimacum, Wash.: Nancy L. McDaniel, 2013. 365 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 917.9704 MCDANIE 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o862117718

Obstacles– Bring ‘em. By Maria Federici (Doyle). (Bloomington, IN: Xlibris Corp, 2013. 100 pp. Illustrations, index.)
This is the story of Maria Federici (Doyle), a young woman whose life changed on a February night in 2004 when a piece of particle board flew through her windshield. Striking her head it caused massive brain and facial trauma as well as complete blindness.
NW 362.4092 FEDERIC 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o 855042886

Hawk Heaven: The Road to the Seahawks’ First Super Bowl Victory. By The Seattle Times. (Stevens Point, WI: KCI Sports Publishing, 2014. 128 pp. Illustrations.)
NW OVERSIZ 796.3326 HAWK HE 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o 871556703

Super Hawks: The Seattle Seahawks’ 2013 Championship Season. (Chicago, Illinois: Triumph Books, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 796.3326 SUPER H 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o840465286

King County Collects: Treasures of Our Historical Organizations. By Association of King County Historical Organizations. (Seattle, Wash.: AKCHO, 2013. 188 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.
NW 979.777 KING CO 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o863077876

The Indian Frontier, 1846-1890. By Robert M. Utley. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Rev. ed. Histories of the American frontier series. 325 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.
NW 978.02 UTLEY 2003
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o52335098

Tracing Footsteps: Jefferson County, Washington. By Pam McCollum Clise. (Port Townsend, Washington: Teekalet Publishing, 2014. 475 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.
NW 979.798 CLISE 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o889949446

The Wages of Sin: The True Story & Photos of the Great Sedro-Woolley Bank Robbery of 1914. By Rustan Robertson. (Sedro-Woolley, Washington, Sedro-Woolley Museum, 2014. 88 pp. Illustrations, maps
NW 979.772 ROBERTS 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o889448648

The Chilean Memorial. By June Robinson. (Port Angeles, Washington: Clallam County Historial Society, 2000. 15 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references.)
NW 910.9164 ROBINSO 2000
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o889039216

The Norwegian Memorial. By June Robinson. (Port Angeles, Washington: Clallam County Historial Society, 2000. 13 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references.)
NW 910.9164 ROBINSO 2000a
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o889061115

Wreck of the Austria. By June Robinson. (Port Angeles, Washington: Clallam County Historial Society, 2000. 9 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references.)
NW 910.9164 ROBINSO 2000b
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Views Through My Lenses: Helgi’s Saga: Eye Surgeon Shares His Eventful Journey from Iceland to America. By Helgi Heidar. (Centralia, WA: Helgi Heidar, 2013. 221 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 617.7092 HEIDAR 2013
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Stories from Riffe, Wash. By Buddy Rose. (Centralia, WA: Buddy Rose, 2013. 150 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.)
NW 979.782 ROSE 2013
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A History of the Chehalis Industrial Commission: A Community-Owned Not-For-Profit (501c3) Group of Friends. By Julie McDonald Zander. (Toledo, Wash.: Chapters of Life, 2013. 154 pp. Illustrations, index.)
NW 979.782 ZANDER 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o889271530

Chehalis, a “Can-Do” Community: A History of Industrial Development in Lewis County. By Julie McDonald Zander. (Toledo, Wash.: Chapters of Life, 2014. 306 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 979.782 ZANDER 2014
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Bull Head. By John Vigna. (Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2012. 201 pp.)
NW 813.6 VIGNA 2012
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Cruddy: An Illustrated Novel. By Lynda Barry. (New York: Scribner Paperback Fiction, 1999. 305 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 813.6 BARRY 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o45450244

Morning Glory: A Novel. By Sarah Jio. (New York, N.Y.: PLUME, Published by the Penguin Group, 2013. 291 pp.)
NW 813.6 JIO 2013
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Goodnight June: A Novel. By Sarah Jio. (New York: Plume, 2014. 284 pp.)
NW 813.6 JIO 2014
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Cloud Pharmacy. By Susan Rich. (Buffalo, N.Y.: White Pine Press, 2014. 96 pp.)
NW 811.6 RICH 2014
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A Simplified Map of the Real World: The Renata Stories. By Stevan Allred; illustrated by Laurie Paus. (Portland, Or.: Forest Avenue Press, 2013. 271 pp. Illustrations, map.)
NW 813.6 ALLRED 2013
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After the Earthquake. By Lindasue Flores. (Milwaukee, WI: Mirror Publishing, 2010. 115 pp.)
NW 813.6 FLORES 2010
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Hall of Secrets. By Cate Campbell. (New York, NY: Kensington Books, 2014. 361 pp. A Benedict Hall novel.)
NW 813.6 CAMPBEL 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o848163188

Always Coming Home. By Ursula K. Le Guin, Todd Barton, Margaret Chodos-Irvine, George Hersh. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001. 523 pp. Illustrations, maps, music.)
NW 813.6 LE GUIN 2001
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o43615330

Alien on a Rampage. By Clete Barrett Smith; illustrated by Christian Slade. (New York: Disney Hyperion Books, 2013. The Intergalactic Bed & Breakfast. 296 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 813.6 SMITH 2013
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A Bride for Noah. By Lori Copeland and Virginia Smith. (Eugene, Oregon: Harvest House Publishers, 2013. Seattle brides, Book 1. 296 pp.)
NW 813.6 COPELAN 2013
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Endangered. By Ann Littlewood. (Scottsdale, AZ: Poisoned Pen Press, 2012. A zoo mystery. Bibliographical references.)
NW 813.6 LITTLEW 2012
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Ascendance: Poems. By Tim McNulty. (New York: Pleasure Boat Studio, 2013. 121 p.)
NW 811.6 MCNULTY 2013
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A bride in the bargain. By Deeanne Gist. (Minneapolis, Minn.: Bethany House, 2009. Brides series. 365 pp.)
NW 813.6 GIST 2009
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Annie Oakley’s Girl. By Rebecca Brown. (San Francisco: City Lights, 1993. 154 pp.)
NW 813.54 BROWN 1993
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Come Away with Me. By Kristen Proby. (United States: CreateSpace, 2013. With me in Seattle series, bk. 1. 322 pp.)
NW 813.6 PROBY 2013
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Play with Me. By Kristen Proby. By Kristen Proby. (United States: CreateSpace, 2013. With me in Seattle series, bk. 1. 265 pp.)
NW 813.6 PROBY 2013
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Fight with Me.By Kristen Proby. (United States: CreateSpace, 2013. With me in Seattle series, bk. 2. 273 pp.)
NW 813.6 PROBY 2013
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Another Autumn: Poems. By Yvonne Higgins Leach. (Cincinnati: WordTech Editions, 2014. 80 pp.)
NW 811.6 LEACH 2014
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Beautiful. By Amy Reed. (New York: Simon Pulse, 2009. 232 pp.)
NW 813.6 REED 2009
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Crazy. By Amy Reed. (New York: Simon Pulse, 2012. 367 pp.)
NW 813.6 REED 2012
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Clean. By Amy Reed. (New York: Simon Pulse, 2012. 272 pp.)

NW 813.6 REED 2012
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Dry Rot: A Sage Adair Historical Mystery of the Pacific Northwest. By S.L. Stoner. (Portland, Or.: Yamhill Press, 2013. Sage Adair historical mystery series. 251 pp.)
NW 813.6 STONER 2013
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Black Drop: A Sage Adair Historical Mystery of the Pacific Northwest. By S.L. Stoner. (Portland, Or.: Yamhill Press, 2014. A Sage Adair historical mystery. 314 pp.)
NW 813.6 STONER 2013
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A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain: A Novel. By Adrianne Harun. (New York: Penguin Books, 2014. 256 pp.)
NW 813.6 HARUN 2014
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At the End of the Ferry: Welcome to Seasons of Joy in a Little Bit of Scandinavia on the Olympic Peninsula. By Susan Walters. (Maitland, Florida: Xulon Press, 2012. 103 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 508.7979 WALTERS 2012
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Best Kept Secret: A Novel. By Amy Hatvany. (New York: Washington Square Press, 2011. 330 pp.)
NW 813.6 HATVANY 2011
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The Language of Sisters: A Novel. By Amy Hatvany. (New York: Washington Square Press, 2012. 275 pp.)
NW 813.6 HATVANY 2012
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Heart like Mine: A Novel. By Amy Hatvany. (New York: Washington Square Press, 2013. 345 pp.)
NW 813.6 HATVANY 2013
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Safe with Me: A Novel. By Amy Hatvany. (New York: Washington Square Press, 2014. 338 pp.)
NW 813.6 HATVANY 2014
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A Soft Place to Fall. By Betsy Rogers. (Las Vegas, NV: Montlake Romance, 2012. 185 pp.)
NW 813.6 ROGERS 2012
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Geek Love. By Katherine Dunn. (New York: Vintage Books, 2002. 347 pp.
NW 813.54 DUNN 2002
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Fiddlehead. By Cherie Priest. (New York: Tor, 2013. Clockwork century novels. 366 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 813.6 PRIEST 2013
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Chilled. By Kendra Elliot. (Las Vegas, NV: Montlake Romance, 2012. A bone secrets novel. 348 pp.)
NW 813.6 ELLIOT 2012
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Evil at Heart. By Chelsea Cain. (New York: St. Martin’s Paperbacks, 2011. 341 pp.)
NW 813.6 CAIN 2011
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Kill You Twice: An Archie Sheridan/Gretchen Lowell Novel. By Chelsea Cain. (New York: St. Martin’s Paperbacks, 2013. 369 pp.)
NW 813.6 CAIN 2013
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The Night Season. By Chelsea Cain. (New York, NY: St. Martin’s Paperbacks, 2011. 337 pp. Map.)
NW 813.6 CAIN 2011
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Thicker Than Water: A Leo Waterman Mystery. By G.M. Ford. (Las Vegas, NV: Thomas & Mercer, 2012. A Leo Waterman mystery. 260 pp.)
NW 813.6 FORD 2012
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Chump Change: A Leo Waterman Mystery. By G.M. Ford. (Las Vegas, NV: Thomas & Mercer, 2014. A Leo Waterman mystery. 233 pp.)
NW 813.6 FORD 2014
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Clearly Now, the Rain: A Memoir of Love and Other Trips. By Eli Hastings. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada: ECW Press, 2013. 260 pp.)
NW 973.9209 HASTING 2013
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Scene of the Climb. By Kate Dyer-Seeley. (New York, NY: Kensington Publishing Corp., 2014. A Pacific Northwest mystery. 299 pp.)
NW 813.6 DYER SE 2014
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Now, Now. By Jennifer Maier. (Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2013. 65 pp.)
NW 811.6 MAIER 2013
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Reflected. By Rhiannon Held. (New York: Tor Books, 2014. 336 pp.)

NW 813.6 HELD 2014
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Questionable Practices. By Eileen Gunn. (Easthampton, Mass.: Small Beer Press, 2013. 276 pp.)
NW 813.6 GUNN 2014
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I Loved You More: A Novel. By Tom Spanbauer. (Portland, Oregon: Hawthorne Books & Literary Arts, 2013. 466 pp.
NW 813.54 SPANBAU 2013
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The Man Who Fell In Love with the Moon: A Novel. By Tom Spanbauer. (New York: Grove Press, 1991. 355 pp.)
NW 813.54 SPANBAU 1991
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Odin’s Wake. By R.W. Magill. (R.W. Magill, 2013. 306 pp.)
NW 813.6 MAGILL 2013
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vN: The First Machine Dynasty. By Madeline Ashby. (Long Island City: Angry Robot, 2012. 348 pp.)
NW 813.6 ASHBY 2012
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iD: The Second Machine Dynasty. By Madeline Ashby. (Long Island City, NY: Angry Robot, 2013. 315 pp.)
NW 813.54 ASHBY 2013
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More Than a Touch. By Alexis Morgan. (New York: Signet Eclipse, 2014. A Snowberry Creek novel. 328 pp.)
NW 813.6 MORGAN 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o 849719125

Highliners: A Novel. By William B. McCloskey, Jr. (New York: Skyhorse Publishing, 2013. Highliners, bk. 1. 387 pp. maps.)
NW 813.6 MCCLOSK 2013
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Home by Morning. By Alex Harrington. (Las Vegas, NV: Montlake Romance, 2010″ 320 pp.)
NW 813.6 HARRING 2010
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Home By Nightfall. By Alexis Harrington. (Las Vegas, NV: Montlake Romance, 2012. 279 pp.)
NW 813.6 HARRING 2012
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Running Secrets. By Arleen Willliams. (Seattle, Wash.: Booktrope Editions, 2013. Alki triliogy, bk. 1. 281 pp.)
NW 813.6 WILLIAM 2013
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Rough Day. By Ed Skoog. (Port Townsend, Washington: Copper Canyon Press, 2013. 85 pp.)
NW 811.6 SKOOG 2013
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Portrait of the Poet as an Engineer. By Maged Zaher. (Boston, Mass.: Pressed Wafer, 2009. 77 pp.)
NW 811.6 ZAHER 2009
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The Revolution Happened And You Didn’t Call Me. By Maged Zaher. (Kane’ohe, HI: Tinfish Press, 2012. 67 pp.)
NW 811.6 ZAHER 2012
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Thank You for the Window Office. By Maged Zaher. (Brooklyn, NY: Ugly Duckling Presse, 2012. 74 pp.)
NW 811.6 ZAHER 2012
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Last Go Round: A Real Western. By Ken Kesey with Ken Babbs. (New York: Penguin Books, 1995. 238 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 813.54 KERSEY 1995
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o32730295

Sailing by Ravens. By Holly J. Hughes. (Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2014. Alaska literary series. 84 pages: Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 811.6 HUGHES 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o853113554

Prayer as Night Falls: Experiencing Compline. By Kenneth V. Peterson. (Brewster, Massachusetts: Paraclete Press, Inc., 2013. 226 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 264.15 PETERSO 2013
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No One Belongs Here More Than You: Stories. By Miranda July. (New York: Scribner, 2008. 205 pp.)
NW 813.6 JULY 2008
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o228505684

Murder Strikes A Pose: A Downward Dog Mystery. By Tracy Weber. (Woodbury, Minnesota: Midnight Ink, 2014. 274 pp.)
NW 813.6 WEBER 2014
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Seasons’ End. By Will North. (Seattle, WA: Booktrope Editions, 2013. 232 pp.)
NW 813.6 NORTH 2013
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Night Blind. By Michael W. Sherer. (Las Vegas, NV: Thomas & Mercer, 2012. 411 pp.)
NW 813.6 SHERER 2012
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Permeable Borders.By Nina Kiriki Hoffman. (Bonney Lake, WA: Fairwood Press, 2012. 278 pp.)
NW 813.6 HOFFMAN 2012
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Never Eighteen. By Megan Bostic. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012″ 200 pp.)
NW 813.6 BOSTIC 2012
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Reckless Lovely. By Martha Silano. (Ardmore, PA: Saturnalia Books, 2014. 68 pp.)
NW 811.6 SILANO 2014
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Songs for a Summons: Poems. By David Guterson. (Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2014.64 pp.)
NW 811.6 GUTERSO 2014
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Hard Rain Falling. By Don Carpenter; introduction by George Pelecanos. (New York: New York Review Books, 2009. 308 pp.)
NW 813.54 CARPENT 2009
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The Bet. By Rachel Van Dyken. (New York: Forever, 2014. 275 pp.)
NW 813.6 VAN DYK 2014
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Stop the Ocean. By Laura Neuman. (Ithaca, NY: Stockport Flats, 2014. 77 pp.)
NW 811.6 NEUMAN 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o868041738

Tulip Season: A Mitra Basu Mystery. By Bharti Kirchner. (Seattle, Wash.: Booktrope, 2012. 243 pp.)
NW 813.6 KIRCHNE 2012
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o795194267

The Sweet Spot. By Laura Drake. (New York: Forever, 2013. Sweet on a cowboy, bk. 1. 322 pp.)
NW 813.6 DRAKE 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o827268011

The Pet Thief. By Kassten Alonso. (Tuscaloosa: FC2, 2013. 341 pp. Bibliographical references.)
NW 813.6 ALONSO 2013
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The Monarchs. By Melanie Noel. (Ithaca, NY: Stockport Flats, 2013. 55 pp.)
NW 811.6 NOEL 2013
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The Free: A Novel. By Willy Vlautin. (New York: Harper Perennial, 2014. 297 pp.)
NW 813.6 VLAUTIN 2014
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The Lynching of Louie Sam: A Novel. By Elizabeth Stewart. (Toronto: Annick Press, 2012. 288 pp.)
NW 813.6 STEWART 2012
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o784293098

The Wanderer. By Robyn Carr and Don Mills (Ontario: Harlequin Mira, 2013. Thunder Point novel. 377 pp.)
NW 813.6 CARR 2013
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The Newcomer. By Robyn Carr. (Don Mills, Ont.: Harlequin MIRA, 2013. A Thunder Point novel. 360 pp.)
NW 813.6 CARR 2013
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The Hero. By Robyn Carr. (Don Mills, Ontario, Canada: Harlequin MIRA, 2013. A Thunder Point novel. 379 pp.)
NW 813.6 CARR 2013
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Tip of A Bone. By Christine Finlayson. (Cambridge, Minnesota: Adventure Publications, Inc., 2013. 262 pp.)
NW 813.6 FINLAYS 2013
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Three Sisters. By Susan Mallery. (Don Mills, Ont.: Harlequin Mira, 2013. Blackberry Island novel. 340 pp.)
NW 813.6 MALLERY 2013
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Evening Stars. By Susan Mallery. (Don Mills, Ontario: Harlequin MIRA, 2014. Blackberry Island novel. 356 pp.)
NW 813.6 MALLERY 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o869903752

There. Here.: poems. By Stan Sanvel Rubin. (Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2013.75 pp.)
NW 811.54 RUBIN 2013
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The Whiskey Creek Water Company. By Jan Walker. (Gig Harbor, Washington: Plicata Press, 2014. 326 pp.)
NW 813.6 WALKER 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o872670906

This Is Between Us: A Novel. By Kevin Sampsell. (Brooklyn, New York: Tin House Books, 2013. 234 pp.)
NW 813.6 SAMPSEL 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o841187072

The Woods: A Saga of Love, Grand Dreams, and Transformation… By Ronald Lee Geigle. (Washington, DC: Polidais LLC, 2013. 423 pp)
NW 813.6 GEIGLE 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o 876384530

The Sex Offender: A Novel. By Matthew Stadler. (New York: Grove Press, 2000. 206 pp.)
NW 813.6 STADLER 2000
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o42733882

Why Grizzly Bears Should Wear Underpants. By The Oatmeal [written and drawn by Matthew Inman.] (Kansas City, MO: Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2013. 162 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 741.5697 WHY GRI 2013
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The Land Of Plenty. By Robert Cantwell, selected and introduced by Jess Walter. (Seattle, Wash.: Pharos Editions, 2013, originally published in 1934. 357 pp.)
NW 813.6 CANTWEL 2013
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You Don’t Love This Man: A Novel. By Dan DeWeese. (New York: Harper Perennial, 2011. 336 pp.)
NW 813.6 DEWEESE 2011
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o 639164430

A Fuller View of China: Chinese Art in the Seattle Art Museum. By Josh Yiu, Seattle Art Museum. (Seattle, London: University of Washington Press. 192 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 709.5107 SEATTLE 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o862347564

Be In a Treehouse: Design, Construction, Inspiration. By Pete Nelson. (New York, NY: Abrams, 2014. 223 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 690.89 NELSON 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o858845614

Forlorn Confederacy: The Native Wars in the Washington Territory 1855-1858. By Mark A. Berhow. (Peoria, Illinois: Cosmoline Press, 2014. 73 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references.)
NW 979.703 BERHOW 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o 893584156

A History of Pacific Northwest Cuisine: Mastodons to Molecular Gastronomy. By Marc Hinton, edited by Pamela Heiligenthal. (Charleston, SC: American Palate, a division of The History Press, 2013. 206 pp. Iillustrations.)
NW 641.5979 HINTON 2013
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Beer Lover’s Washington. By Logan Thompson. (Guilford, Conn.: GPP, 2013. 278 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.)
NW 647.9579 THOMPSO 2013
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A Singular Woman: The Untold Story of Barack Obama’s Mother. By Janny Scott. (New York: Riverhead, 2012. 386 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 973.932 SCOTT 2012
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Aircraft Wrecks of the Pacific Northwest. By David L. McCurry, with Cye Laramie and Dan Thomas Nelson. (Bennington, VT: Merriam Press, 2013. 242 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.
NW 623.746 MCCURRY 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o842001904

Aircraft Wrecks of the Pacific Northwest, Volume 2. By David L. McCurry, with Cye Laramie and Don Hinton. (Bennington, VT: Merriam Press, 2014. 292 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.
NW 623.746 MCCURRY 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o881689630

Freeway Birding, San Francisco to Seattle. By Harry G. Fuller. (Klamath River, CA: Living Gold Press, 2013. 352 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 598.0723 FULLER 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o 829935835

Eat & Explore Washington: Favorite Recipes, Celebrations & Travel Destinations. By Christy Campbell. (Kosciusko, MS: Great American Publishers, 2013. 256 pp. Illustrations, index.)
NW 641.5979 CAMPBEL 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o875309898

Field Guide to the Spiders of California and the Pacific Coast States. By text by R.J. Adams; illustrations by Tim D. Manolis. (Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2014. California natural history guide series, no. 108. 303 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 595.4409 ADAMS 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o836261639

Finding Bigfoot: Everything You Need To Know. By Martha Brockenbrough. (New York: Feiwel and Friends, 2013. 149 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 001.944 BROCKEN 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o 827256887

Field Guide to the Sedges of the Pacific Northwest. By Barbara L. Wilson, et. al. (Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2014. Second edition. 432 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 584.8409 WILSON 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o869437224

Bridging a Great Divide: The Battle for the Columbia River Gorge. By Kathie Durbin. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2013. 312 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 979.7 DURBIN 2013
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o828265210

Battle Ready: The National Coast Defense System and the Fortification of Puget Sound, 1894-1925. By David M. Hansen. (Pullman, Washington: Washington State University Press, 2014. 161 pp. Bibliographical references, index
NW 355.4509 HANSEN 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o868648439

The Washington Guide to Fairs, Festivals & Craft Shows. (Oakridge, OR: Drake Publications, 2014 edition. 208pp. Illustrations, map, index.)
NW 394.2097 WASHING 2014
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o50407912

Fodor’s Complete Guide to the National Parks of the West. (New York: Fodor’s Travel Publications, 2014 edition. 936 pp. Illustrations, maps.)
NW 917 FODORS 2014 ed. 4
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o 137725335

Maritime Place Names: Inland Washington Waters. By Richard W. Blumenthal. (Bellevue, WA: Inland Waters Pub. Co., 2012. 338 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references.)
NW 917.977 BLUMENT 2012
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o819743649

The rural West since World War II / R. Douglas Hurt, editor
Lawrence, Kan.: University Press of Kansas, 1998. 258 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 978.033 RURAL W 1998
http://stlow.iii.com/search~S2?/o37870619

Charles Wilkes and the Exploration of Inland Washington Waters: Journals from the Expedition of 1841. Edited by Richard W. Blumenthal. (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2009. 314 pp. maps.)
NW 917.977 BLUMENT 2009
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In Season: Culinary Adventures of a Pacific Northwest Chef. By Greg Atkinson; photography by Charity Burggraaf. (Seattle, WA: Sasquatch Books, 2014. 240 pp. Illustrations, index.)
NW 641.5970 ATKINSO 2014
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The Enemy Never Came: The Civil War in the Pacific Northwest. By Scott McArthur. (Caldwell, Idaho : Caxton Press, 2012. 268 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 973.7 MCARTHU 2012
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John Mullan: The Tumultuous Life Of A Western Road Builder. By Keith C. Petersen. (Pullman, Wash.: Washington State University Press, 2014. 336 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 623.6209 PETERSE 2014
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Legendary Locals Of Walla Walla, Washington. By Diane B. Reed. (Charleston, South Carolina: Legendary Locals, Arcadia Publishing, 2014. Legendary locals series. 127 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 979.702 REED 2014
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Harvest Heritage: Agricultural Origins and Heirloom Crops of the Pacific Northwest. By Richard D. Scheuerman and Alexander C. McGregor, with color plates by John Clement. (Pullman, Wash.: Washington State University Press, 2013. 186 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 338.1097 SCHEUER 2013
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Paradise Imperfect: An American Family Moves to the Costa Rican Mountains. By Margot Page. (Seattle, Washington USA: Yellow House Press, 2013. 265 pp.)
NW 972.8605 PAGE 2013
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The Great Bear Sea: Exploring the Marine Life of a Pacific Paradise. By Ian McAllister & Nicholas Read; photographs by Ian Mcallister. (Victoria, BC: Orca Book Pub., 2013. 121 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 578.7709 MCALIST 2013
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The Columbia River: A Historical Travel Guide. By JoAnn Roe. (Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Press, 2013. 228 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 917.9704 ROE 2013
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The Nude Beach Notebook. By Barbara J. Scot. (Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press, 2014. 198 pp. Bibliographical references.)
NW 979.549 SCOT 2014
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The Dancer Diaries, Volume 1. By Andy Norris. (Portland, Oregon: Gyrfalcon Press, 2013. 123 pp.)
NW 813.6 NORRIS 2013 v1
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Souls in the Hands of a Tender God: Stories of the Search for Home and Healing on the Streets. By Craig Rennebohm with David Paul “Rennebohm. (Boston: Beacon Press, 208 pp. Bibliographical references, index.)
NW 242 RENNEBO 2008
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Girl Power: The Nineties Revolution in Music. By Marisa Meltzer. (New York: Faber and Faber, 2010. 162 pp. Bibliographical references, filmography, index.)
NW 781.6408 MELTZER 2010
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It Happened On The Oregon Trail, 2nd ed. By Tricia Martineau Wagner. (Guilford, CT: Globe Pequot, 2014. It happened in series. 205 pp. Map, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 978.02 WAGNER 2014
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Elders Dialog: Ed Davis and Vi Hilbert Discuss Native Puget Sound Language, Culture and Heritage. Edited by Jay Miller, PhD. (Seattle, Washington: Lushootseed Press, 2014. 245 pp. Illustations, map, bibliographical references.)
NW 979.7004 ELDERS 2014
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The Shoshoneans: The People Of The Basin-Plateau. By Edward Dorn, et.al. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2013. Expanded edition, “Recencies. 165 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 978.0049 DORN 2013
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Wild Berries of Washington and Oregon. By T. Abe Lloyd, Fiona Hamersley Chambers. (Auburn, Washington: Lone Pine Publishing International, 2014. 256 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 581.464 LLOYD 2014
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The First 100 Years: Women’s University Club of Seattle, 1914-2014. Edited by Carol Sollie, Sheri Bloch, Maryann Spangler, Julie Moberly. (Seattle, WA: Women’s University Club of Seattle, 2013. 112 pp. Illustrations, maps, plans.)
NW 305.406 BLOCH 2013
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My Seasons: A Literary Celebration of Sports and Life. By Bob Welch. (Eugene, Or.: AO Creative, 2007. 239 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 612.044 WELCH 2007
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The Story of Tregoning Boat Company: A Seattle Business – A Pioneer Family and a Little History. By Frank J. Tregoning. (Seattle, 2012. 96 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 623.8223 TREGONI 2012
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Buckle of the Power Belt: Recollections of the Wenatchee World’s First 100 Years. By Andy Dappen. (Wenatchee, WA: Wenatchee World, World Pub. Co., 2005. 360 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 979.759 DAPPEN 2005
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San Juan Islands … And Beyond: A Photographer’s Journey. Photographed by Karyn F. King. (Anacortes, WA: Her Majesty’s Press, 2012. 108 pp. Illustrations, map.)
NW OVERSIZ 508.79 KING 2012
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Healy’s West: The Life and Times of John J. Healy. By Gordon E. Tolton. (Missoula, Montana: Mountain Press, [2014]” “287 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 979.5041 TOLTON 2014
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Frontier Cowboys and the Great Divide: Early Ranching In BC and Alberta. By Ken Mather. (Victoria/Vancouver/Calgary: Heritage House Publishing Company Ltd., 2013. 221 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 971.103 MATHER 2013
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From Summit to Sea: An Illustrated History of Railroads in British Columbia and Alberta. By George H. Buck. (Calgary, Alta.: Fifth House, 1997. 202 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 385.0971 BUCK 1997
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Asper Nation: Canada’s Most Dangerous Media Company. By Marc Edge. (Vancouver: New Star Books, 2007. 326 pp. Bibliographical references, index.)
NW 384.5506 EDGE 2007
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Reservation “Capitalism”: Economic Development in Indian Country. By Robert J. Miller; foreword by Tom Daschle. (Lincoln : Bison Books, 2013. 208 pages. Bibliographical references, index.)
NW 338.973 MILLER 2013
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Pen and Ink Witchcraft: Treaties and Treaty Making in American Indian History. By Colin G. Calloway. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2013. 377 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 346.7301 CALLOWAY 2013
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Silverdale. By Kitsap County Historical Society. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations, maps.)
NW 979.702 SILVERD 2014
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Tribes and trappers: a history of Montana, Volume One. By Greg Strandberg. (Missoula: Big Sky Words Press, 2013. 221 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references.
NW 978.6 STRANDB 2013 v1
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Tragedy at Southern Oregon Tunnel 13: Deautremonts Hold Up the Southern Pacific. By Scott Mangold. (Charleston; London: The History Press, 2013. 207 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.
NW 364.1552 MANGOLD 2013
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The Book of Shadows: New & Selected Poems. By Carlos Reyes. (Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2009. 240 pp.
NW 811.6 REYES 2009
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Whelm: Poems. By Dawn Lonsinger “Lonsinger, Dawn” “Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2013. 95 pp.)
NW 811.6 LONSING 2013
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First Up: Barnstorming for Poetry. By Samuel Green. (Bellingham, WA : Village Books, 2012. 71 pp. Bibliographical references.)
NW 811.6 GREEN 2012
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Incomplete Strangers: Poems. By Robert McNamara. (Sandpoint, Idaho : Lost Horse Press, 2013. 62 pp.)
NW 811.6 MCNAMAR 2013
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The Radium Watch Dial Painters: Poems. By D.S. Butterworth. (Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2008. 82 pp.)
NW 811.6 BUTTERW 2008
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Once Upon a Two by Four. By Ann Combs. (Burton, Wash.: Endicott and Hugh Books, 2012. 240 pp.)
NW 979.776 COMBS 2012
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A Tale for the Time Being. By Ruth Ozeki. (New York: Viking, 2013. 422 pp.)
NW 813.6 OZEKI 2013
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Dark Moon Walking. By R.J. McMillen. (Victoria, British Columbia: TouchWood Editions, 2014. A Dan Connor mystery. 232 pp.)
NW 813.6 MCMILLE 2014
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Devil’s Gate: Owning the Land, Owning the Story. By Tom Rea. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. 307 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 978.785 REA 2006
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Their Own Frontier: Women Intellectuals Re-Visioning the American West. Edited and with an introduction by Shirley A. Leckie and Nancy J. Parezo. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2008. 395 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 301.092 THEIR O 2008
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Yakama Rising: Indigenous Cultural Revitalization, Activism, and Healing. Michelle M. Jacob. (Tucson: Univ. Of Arizona Press, 2014. 139 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 305.897 JACOB 2014
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The Cornish Miner in America: The Contribution to the Mining History of the United States by Emigrant Cornish Miners–The Men Called Cousin Jacks. By Arthur Cecil Todd. (Spokane, Wash.: Arthur H. Clark, 2005, c1967. 279 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 622.0973 TODD 2005
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Photographing Washington: Where to Find Perfect Shots and How to Take Them. By Gordon and Cathie Sullivan. (Woodstock, Vermont: The Countryman Press, 2014. 112 pp. Illustrations, maps.)
NW 778.9991 SULLIVA 2014
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Mary Randlett Portraits. By Frances McCue, photographs by Mary Randlett. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2014. 183 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 779.2092 MCCUE 2014
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The Civil War Rivalry: Oregon vs. Oregon State. By Kerry Eggers. (Charleston; London: The History Press, 2014. 527 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 796.3326 EGGERS 2014
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Ball Four: The Final Pitch. By Jim Bouton. (New York: Turner, 2014. 540 pp. Illustrations, index.)
NW 796.357 BOUTON 2014
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Rough Breaks: A Wyoming High Country Memoir. Laurie Wagner Buyer. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2013. 249 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 811.54 BUYER 2013
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Storied Lives: Japanese American Students and World War II. By Gary Y. Okihiro; with a contribution by Leslie A. Ito. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1999. 182 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 940.5308 OKIHIRO 1999
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The Hank Adams reader: an exemplary native activist and the unleashing of indigenous sovereignty. Edited by David E. Wilkins. (Golden, Colo.: Fulcrum Pub., 2011. 312 pp. Bibliographical references, index.)
NW 970.0049 HANK AD 2011
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The Oregon Shanghaiers: Columbia River Crimps From Portland To Astoria. By Barney Blalock. (Charleston, SC : History Press, 2014. 159 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 979.503 BLALOCK 2014
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Auburn. Hilary Pittenger. (Charleston, South Carolina : Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 979.777 PITTENG 2014
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Compassion In Dying: Stories Of Dignity And Choice. Edited by Barbara Coombs Lee; foreword by Barbara Roberts. (Troutdale, Or.: NewSage Press: Distributed in the U.S. and Canada by Publishers Group West, 2003. 137 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 362.175 COMPASS 2003
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Boise Impressions. By Idaho Stock Images  (Helena, Mont.: Farcountry Press, 2009. 80 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 917.9628 BOISE I 2009
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Custer Survivor: The End of a Myth, the Beginning of a Legend. By John Koster. (Palisades, New York: Chronology Books, 2010. 220 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references, index.
NW 973.8209 KOSTER 2010
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At The World’s Edge: Curt Lang’s Vancouver, 1937-1998. By Claudia Cornwall; foreword by David Beers. (Salt Spring Island, B.C.: Mother Tongue Pub., 2011. 266 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 971.133 CORNWAL 2011
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Buckaroos and Mud Pups: The Early Days of Ranching in British Columbia. By Ken Mather. (Surrey, BC: Heritage House Pub., 2006. 222 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 971.103 MATHER 2006
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Day Hike! Mount Rainier. By Ron C. Judd. (Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 2014.  3rd Edition. 195 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.)
NW 917.9794 JUDD 2014
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The Elusive State Of Jefferson: A Journey through the 51st State. By Peter Laufer, PhD. (Guilford, Connecticut: TwoDot, an imprint of Globe Pequot Press, 2013. 229 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 974.4053 LAUFER 2013
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Grand Teton National Park. By Kendra Leah Fuller and Shannon Sullivan with images contributed by Jackson Hole Historical Society. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 978.701 FULLER 2014
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Geyser Basins of Yellowstone. By Dr. N. Genean Dunn and Thomas D. Dunn. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references.)
NW 978.752 DUNN 2014
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Crook County. By Steve Lent. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2013. 127 pp. Illustrations, maps.)
NW 979.583 LENT 2013
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Conversations with Ken Kesey. Edited by Scott F. Parker. (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2014. 194 pp. Bibliographical references, index.)
NW 928.1 KESEY 2014
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Collared: Politics and Personalities in Oregon’s Wolf Country. By Aimee Lyn Brown. (Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2013. 135 pp. Map, bibliographical references, index.
NW 599.773 EATON 2013
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A Reliable Car and a Woman Who Knows It: The First Coast-To-Coast Auto Trips by Women, 1899-1916. By Curt McConnell. (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2000. 174 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 796.7082 MCCONNE 2000
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Around Florence. By Judy Fleagle. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations, maps,
NW 979.531 FLEAGLE 2014
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Ahead of the Flaming Front: A Life on Fire. By Jerry D. Mathes II. (Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Press, 2013. 225 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 363.3709 MATHES 2013
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Building The Columbia River Highway: They Said It Couldn’t Be Done. By Peg Willis. (Charleston, SC: History Press, 2014. 186 pp. Bibliographical references, index.)
NW 388.122 WILLIS 2014
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Alaska’s Whaling Coast. By Dale Vinnedge. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2013. 127 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 976.1 VINNEDG 2013
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Crater Lake National Park. By Margaret LaPlante. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2013. 127 pp. Illustrations.) NW 979.591 LAPLANT 2013
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Magnificently Unrepentant: The Story of Merve Wilkinson and Wildwood. By Goody Niosi. (Survey, B.C.: Heritage House, 2001. 236 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.)
NW 634.9092 NIOSI 2001
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Portland International Raceway. By Jeff Zurschmeide. (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Pub., 2013. 127 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 796.7206 ZURSCHM 2013
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Portland’s Maritime History. By Rebecca Harrison and Daniel Cowan.
(Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations.
NW 979.549 HARRISO 2014
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Oregon Surfing: Central Coast. By Scott and Sandy Blackman. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 95 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 797.3209 BLACKMA 2014
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Mount Hood National Forest. By Cheryl Hill. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references.)
NW 979.5 HILL 2014
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Myrtle Point and Vicinity, 1893-1950. By Chuck King, Linda Kirk, Carolyn Prola, and Mary Ellen Robertson. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations, maps.)
NW 979.502 KING 2014
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Pendleton. By Elizabeth Gibson. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2013. 127 pp. Illustrations.)

NW 979.569 GIBSON 2013
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Oak Harbor. By Peggy Christine Darst. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 979.775 DARST 2014
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Oregon & Northwestern Railroad. By Jeff Moore and Wayne I. Monger.
(Charleston, SC: Arcadia Pub., 2013. 127 pp. Illustrations, maps.)
NW 625.2603 MOORE 2013
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Meander Scars: Reflections on Healing the Willamette River. By Abby P. Metzger. (Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2013. 142 pp. Bibliographical reference)
NW 577.6409 METZGER 2013
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Robert Davidson: Abstract Impulse. Essays by Barbara Brotherton, Sheila Farr, John Haworth. (Seattle: Seattle Art Museum in association with University of Washington Press, 2013. 104 pp. Illustrations
NW 709.2 ROBERT 2013
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Undaunted: The Best of BC Bookworld. Edited by Alan Twigg; illustrations by David Lester. (Vancouver: Ronsdale Press, 2013.    242 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 808.8499 UNDAUNT 2013
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Woodpeckers of North America. By Frances Backhouse. (Richmond Hill, Ont.: Firefly Books, 2005. 232 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 598.7209 BACKHOU 2005
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We Belong in History: Writing with William Stafford. By introduction by Paulann Petersen. (Portland, Oregon: Ooligan Press, 2013. 135 pp.
NW 811.54 WE BELO 2013
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Winemakers of the Willamette Valley: Pioneering Vintners from Oregon’s Wine Country. By Vivian Perry & John Vincent   foreword by Harry Peterson-Nedry. (Charleston, SC: American Palate, a division of The History Press, 2013. 160 pp. Illustrations, index.
NW 663.2092 PERRY 2013
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A Flash of Hex. By Jes Battis. (New York: Ace Books, 2009. 371 pp.)
NW 813.6 BATTIS 2009
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Inhuman Resources. By Jes Battis. (New York: Ace Books, 2010. 304 pp.)
NW 813.6 BATTIS 2010
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Understory: Poems. By Paulann Petersen. (Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2013. 182 pp.)
NW 811.6 PETERSE 2013
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Where Law Ends. By Kevin Emmet Foley. (Pronghorn Press, 2008. 411 pp.)
NW 813.6 FOLEY 2008
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42: A Novel. By M. Thomas Cooper. (Portland, OR:  Ooligan Press, 2008. 325 pp.
NW 813.6 COOPER 2008
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The Empty House: Stories. By Nathan Oates. (Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2013. 183 pp.)
NW 813.6 OATES 2013
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Mussio Venture Presents Backroad Mapbook. By Russell Mussio. (New Westminster, B.C.: Mussio Ventures Ltd., 1998. Illustrations, maps, indexes.
NW 912.711 MUSSIO 2003
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Boring. By Dan Bosserman. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 979.541 BOSSERM 2014
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Kennewick Man: The Scientific Investigation of an Ancient American Skeleton. Edited by Douglas W. Owsley and Richard L. Jantz.  (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2014. 669 pp. Illustrations, maps.)
NW OVERSIZ 979.701 KENNEWI 2014
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Notes from a 12 Man: A Truly Biased History of the Seattle Seahawks. By Mark Tye Turner. (Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 2009. 288 pp. Bibliographical references, index.
NW 796.3326 TURNER 2009
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Inside Oregon State Hospital: A History Of Tragedy And Triumph. By Diane L. Goeres-Gardner; foreword by John Terry. (Charleston: The History Press, 2013. 334 pp. Index.)
NW 362.2109 GOERES 2013
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Grandview. By Ruth A. Dirk. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations, map, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 979.755 GRANDVI 2014
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Haunted By Waters: A Journey Through Race and Place in the American West. By Robert T. Hayashi; foreword by Wayne Franklin. (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2007. 194 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical reference, index.)
NW 305.8009 HAYASHI 2007
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Crazy Enough: A Memoir. By Storm Large. (New York: Free Press, 2012. 267 pp.)
NW 782.4216 LARGE 2012
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Day Hike! Central Cascades. By Mike McQuaide. (Seattle, WA: Sasquatch Books, 2014. 3rd edition. 277 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.)
NW 796.51 MCQUAID 2014
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Hourglass museum. By Kelli Russell Agodon. (Buffalo, New York: White Pine Press, 2014. 120 pp.)
NW 811.6 AGODON 2014
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Washington’s Sunset Highway. By Church Flood. (Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2014. 127 pp. Illustrations, maps.)
NW 979.784 FLOOD 2014
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Echoes of Mutiny: Race, Surveillance, and Indian Anticolonialism in North America. By Seema Sohi.
(Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. 271 pp.)
NW 305.8009 SOHI 2014
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The Pacific Northwest Garden Tour: The 60 Best Gardens to Visit in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. By Donald Olson. (Portland: Timber Press, 2014. 300 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.
NW 635.0979 OLSON 2014
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Seattle Seahawks Super Season: Notes from a 12 on the Best Season in Seahawks History. By Mark Tye Turner.
(Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 2014. 145 pp. Illustrations.)
NW 796.3326 TURNER 2014
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Fly Fishing For Western Smallmouth. By David Paul Williams. (Mechanicsburg, PA: Headwater Books/Stackpole Books, 2014. 202 pp. Illustrations, index.)
NW 799.1773 WILLIAM 2014
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The Deerholme Foraging Book: Wild Foods from the Pacific Northwest. By Bill Jones. (Victoria, British Columbia: TouchWood Editions, 2014. 266 pp. Illustrations, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 641.6 JONES 2014
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The Bright Hours.  (Bloomington, Indiana: Xlibris Corporation, 2010. 171 pp.)
NW 796.5092 ANTONSE 2010
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The Crow’s Nest. By Barbara Giles. (Florence, Oregon: BeeJayGee Press, 2014. 178 pp.)
NW 813.6 GILES 2014
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The West Coast of Vancouver Island, Including the Bunsby Islands & the Broken Group. By Anne & Laurence Yeadon-Jones. (Anacortes, Wa: FineEdge Nautical & Recreational Publishing, 2006. 191 pp. Dreamspeaker Cruising Guide, v. 6. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical information, index.)
NW OVERSIZ 797.1097 YEADON 2006 v6
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Gender, Whiteness, and Power in Rodeo: Breaking Away from the Ties of Sexism and Racism. By Tracey Owens Patton & Sally M. Schedlock. (Lanham, Md.: Lexington, Books, 2012. 228 pp. Illustrations, maps, bibliographical references, index.)
NW 791.8409 PATTON 2012
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Hiking Hot Springs in the Pacific Northwest: A Guide to the Area’s Best Backcountry Hot Springs. By Evie Litton and Sally Jackson. (Guilford, Connecticut; Helena, Montana: FalconGuides, 2014. Fifth edition. 352 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.)
NW 796.5109 LITTON 2014
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Tenino Scrapbook: Memories of Tenino with a Walk down Sussex, 1900-1950. Compiled by Evelyn Ruggieri Hoffman; with special thanks to David Alton Phillips and other family and friends for their help; edited by Larry Zessom and Julie McDonald Zander. (The Author, 2013. 274 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.)
NW 979.779 HOFFMAN 2013
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Shoalwater Library honored by the Chamber of Commerce

November 5th, 2014 Nono Burling Posted in Articles, For Libraries, For the Public, Tribal No Comments »

exterior shot Shoalwater libraryOn October 14th, Mary-Jean Grimes, President of the Tokeland-North Cove Chamber of Commerce notified the Tribal Council that they have voted the Shoalwater Bay Tribal Community Library as the Business of the Year.  The Library’s name was sent to the Pacific County Economic Council for the County’s Business of the Year Celebration Dinner at the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in Ilwaco, Thursday, November 13, from 5PM to 7PM.

Having the chamber of commerce recognize that the Shoalwater tribal Library is an economic generator and a force for progress in the community is a wonderful accolade.

Congratulations to Shoalwater tribal librarian Linda Rose!

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