Northwest passages: a literary anthology of the Pacific Northwest from Coyote tales to roadside attractions

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Sasquatch Books, 1994 - Fiction - 329 pages
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Includes short pieces and excerpts from longer works by such authors as Rudyard Kipling, Chief Joseph, Jack Kerouac, Theodore Roethke, and Raymond Carver

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Northwest Passages: A Literary Anthology of the Pacific Northwest from Coyote Tales to Roadside Attractions

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Chronologically arranged, this collection of pieces about the Pacific Northwest includes selections by Native Americans, explorers, pioneers, and contemporary writers-not necessarily from the Pacific ... Read full review

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Bruce excerpted everything I ever wanted to read that had been written about the Northwest. A sumptuous anthology. Read full review

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REDARM NESPELEM
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LOUIS LABONTE CLACKAMAS CHINOOK
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BRUNO DE HEZETA
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