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Unusual Punishment
All for the Greed of
The Fur Trade Gamble
The Snake River Palouse and
the Invasion of the
Inland Northwest
Isaac I. Stevens
Wagons to the
Remote Wonders
Developing the
Pacific Northwest
Instilling Spirit


Unusual Punishment
Inside the Walla Walla Prison, 19701985
Christopher Murray
Unusual Punishment details the astonishing events and person
alities surrounding the collapse of a decades old prison culture
and describes how leaders painfully constructed a modern
control system.
The Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla was once a
place where the warden exercised absolute authority. One
word, and a convict could be held for weeks, naked, in an
empty dark cell, or sent to the terrifying mental health ward
where coercion included torture. Any employee could be fired
at will. Guards and prisoners called it super custody.

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ISBN 978-0-87422-339-2

Change began in the early 1970s with well-meaning but nave

reform. Inmates abused new freedoms. Chaos descended.
Convicts had the only keys to certain prison areas. Bikers roared
prison-made choppers around the Big Yard. Marijuana was
everywhere, and hundreds shot heroin. Prisoners took lives
with shanks and even bombs. Frustrated and afraid, correctional
officers quit or looked the other way.

A new superintendent curtailed the most dysfunctional inmate

privileges, and in a dramatic midnight move, sent incarcerated
leaders to distant prisons. In the fragile stability that followed,
a guard was murdered, a long lockdown began, a cell block
rioted, and more than two hundred men spent a long, hot summer outside in the Big Yard. Numerous officers
rebelled, demanding a brutal crackdown and return to super custody. When forty-two refused to take their
posts, the superintendent fired them all.
The courts intervened, politics changed, and in 1981, a charismatic correctional leadercharming in
public and tyrannical in privatetook command of a newly created department of corrections. With skill
and determination, he imposed his will and transformed Washington corrections. Order returned to the
Author Christopher Murray graduated from Stanford University and the University of Washington. His awardwinning consulting firm provided planning, research, and policy analysis to correctional agencies nationwide.
A terrific, if unsettling, even chilling, read.James B. Jacobs, Warren E. Burger Professor of Law at NYU and
author of Stateville: The Penitentiary in Mass Society
This is the most comprehensive analysis I have ever seen of the evolution of a state prison system.Joan Petersilia,
Adelbert H. Sweet Professor of Law atStanford Law School

Also of Interest
The Funhouse Mirror
Reflections on Prison
Robert Ellis Gordon
ISBN 978-0-87422-198-5
Paperback $16.95
Washington State Book
Award, 2000

On the cover:
Painting of Five Fingers Rapids found
in the papers of William J. Woodin.
Artist unknown.

All for the Greed of Gold (May)




All for the Greed of Gold

Will Woodins Klondike Adventure
Edited by Catherine Holder Spude
When the steamship Cleveland left Seattles docks on March
1, 1898, William Jay Woodin was on board, traveling with his
father and several others. They were chasing the nineteenth
centurys last great gold rush, but instead of mining, they
planned to earn their fortune by providing supplies.
Enhanced with family photographs and skillfully edited,
Wills writingsincluding diaries, a short story, and a
delightfully candid 1910 memoirrecord events, emotions,
and reflections, as well as his youthful wonder at the beauty
surrounding him. Unlike many stampeders, Wills party chose
to take both the White Pass Trail and the Tutshi Trail, and his
story offers a rare glimpse into ordeals suffered along this less
common route.
Wills experiences also epitomize a mostly untold story of how
working-class men endured a grueling Yukon journey. He was
part of an emerging middle class who, with minimal formal
education, left farm life to seek urban employment. Whether
packing tons of goods on their backs or building boats at the
Windy Arm camp, Will brings to light the cooperation and
camaraderie necessary for survival.

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6" x 9" 326 pages
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ISBN 978-0-87422-335-4

Editor Catherine Holder Spude is a historian and archaeologist. Her book about the legend of Soapy Smith
was a finalist for a Western Writers of America Spur Award. She has written popular history for magazines and
newspapers as well as numerous journal articles.
Will Woodins story is new, interesting, and well written. What the editor has given us is truly a gift.Charlene L.
Porsild, Ph.D., President /CEO, Montana History Foundation
A detailed and entertaining description of the other route to the Yukon gold fields.Dennis Larsen, author of
Slick as a Mitten

Also of Interest
Faith of Fools

Slick as a Mitten

A Journal of the Klondike

Gold Rush
William Shape
ISBN 978-0-87422-160-2
Paperback $24.95

Ezra Meekers Klondike

Dennis Larsen
ISBN 978-0-87422-302-6
Paperback $24.95



The Fur Trade Gamble

North West Company on the Pacific Slope,
Lloyd Keith and John C. Jackson
Before Hudsons Bay Company domination, two companies
attempted large-scale corporate trapping and vied to
command Northwest fur trade. On one side were the North
West Companys Montreal entrepreneurs, and on the other,
American John Jacob Astor and his Pacific Fur Company.

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ISBN 978-0-87422-340-8

They were businessmen first and explorers second, and their

era is a story of grand risk in both lives and capitala global
mercantile initiative in which controlling the mouth of the
Columbia River and developing the China market were major
prizes. Traversing the world in search of profit, these fur
moguls gambled on the price of beaver pelts, purchases of
ships and trade goods, international commerce laws, and the
effects of war.

In the process, partners and clerks quarreled, surveyed

transportation routes, built trading posts, and worked to forge
relationships with both French Canadian and Native American
trappers. The loss of valuable natural resources as well as the
intermixing of cultures significantly impacted relationships
with the regions native peoples. Ultimately, their expansion
attempts were economically unsuccessful. The Astorians sold their holdings to the North West Company,
which later accepted a humiliating 1821 merger.
Drawing from a reservoir of previously unexploited business and personal correspondence, including the
letters of clerk Finnan McDonald and a revealing personal memorandum by Fort George partner James Keith,
the authors examine Columbia drainage operations and offer a unique business perspective. Both have
written extensively on related subjects. The late Lloyd Keiths major work is North to Athabaska: Documents
of the North West Company, 18001821. The late John C. Jacksons many publications include Shadow of the
Tetons: David E. Jackson and the Claiming of the American West, and Children of the Fur Trade: Forgotten Metis of
the Pacific Northwest.

Also of Interest
The Mapmakers Eye
David Thompson on the Columbia Plateau
Jack Nisbet
ISBN 978-0-87422-285-2
Paperback $29.95



The Snake River-Palouse and the

Invasion of the Inland Northwest
Clifford E. Trafzer and Richard D. Scheuerman
Originally released in 1986 as Renegade Tribe, this revised edition offers
a new introduction by the authors and a new foreword by Chief Tilcoax
descendent Wilson Wewah. The award-winning title sensitively retells the
compelling saga of western expansion and Indianwhite conflict from a
Native American perspective. The Snake River-Palouse resisted immigrant
encroachment and fought a losing battle to retain their way of life. The
Whitman Massacre, as well as a refusal to enter into U.S. government
treaties, left them with a hostile reputation among the newcomers. With
settlers increasingly demanding their removal and no reservation of their
own, these Inland Northwest Indians faced extermination by the end of
the nineteenth century. Examining written and oral evidence left by both
indigenous and white cultures, this book presents the Snake River-Palouse
as important actors in events and demonstrates how their initiative and
decisions influenced the course of history.

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6" x 9" 240 pages
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ISBN 978-0-87422-337-8

Clifford E. Trafzer is the Distinguished Professor of History and the Rupert Costo Chair in American Indian
Affairs at the University of California-Riverside, and Richard D. Scheuerman is Associate Professor of
Curriculum and Instruction at Seattle Pacific University.

Isaac I. Stevens
Young Man in a Hurry
Kent D. Richards
Originally released in 1993, this revised edition has a new preface. Washington
Territorys first governor remains as controversial today as he was to his frontier
contemporaries during the Pacific Northwests most turbulent erathe mid1850s. Indian wars, martial law, and bitter political disputes, as well as the
establishment of a new, sound governmental system, characterized Isaac I.
Stevenss years as governor (1853-1857). Richardss definitive biography is
one of the essential works on the history of early Washington, as well as of
northern Idaho and western Montana, which in the 1850s were included in
Washington Territory.
Kent D. Richards is an emeritus professor of history at Central Washington

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ISBN 978-0-87422-338-5

New Distributed Title!

Chance for Glory
The Innovation and Triumph of the Washington State 1916 Rose Bowl Team
Darin Watkins
ISBN 978-1-943164-40-0 Limited edition hardbound $25.00
ISBN 978-1-943164-48-6 Paperback $22.95 (Available in December)
Chance for Glory chronicles the untold story of the magical 1915 season, when the
innovative strategies of Native Amerian coach William Lone Star Dietz transformed
undersized players into giants on the football field and led Washington State to victory
in the first Rose Bowl.


Wagons to the Willamette

Captain Levi Scott and the Southern Route to Oregon,
Levi Scott and James Layton Collins
Edited by Stafford J. Hazelett
After an arduous overland journey, Levi Scott and his son John arrived
in Oregon City in November 1844. Scott joined Jesse Applegates 1846
expedition seeking a better, safer way through the Cascades to the
Willamette Valley. Their new southern route wound through the Umpqua
Valley, three mountain ranges, and the Black Rock Desert before meeting
the established California Trail.

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6" x 9" 270 pages
Paperback $29.95
ISBN 978-0-87422-333-0

Applegate recruited emigrants and while others went ahead to prepare

the road, Scott led the initial wagon train west. He details a harrowing
trip. Retracing the trail in 1847 and 1849, he again faced narrow escapes
and deadly encounters with Native Americans.
Edited and extensively annotated, Scotts unpublished autobiography
has become Wagons to the Willamette. An exceptional contribution to
Oregon Trail history, it is the only first-hand account written by someone
who not only searched for the southern route but also accompanied its
first wagon train.

Remote Wonders
An Explorers Guide to Southeast Oregon
Melvin R. Adams
Designed with road tours in mind, Remote Wonders is an ideal guide to
Oregons Outback. At first glance the landscape looks desolatea barren
realm of basalt rims, high cold deserts, dry lakes, and vast expanses of
grass and sage. In fact, it is a place where petite flowers bloom on rock
shelves, tiny organisms thrive in hot springs, and the pika builds miniature
haystacks. There is also human history, evidenced by petroglyphs and
remnants of ranches, mills, and mines. This magnificent corner is a rich
wonderland of mountains, forests, creatures, and more.

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6" x 9" 186 pages
Paperback $19.95
ISBN 978-0-87422-332-3

Born and raised in this wild steppe country, the authors affection for the
region shines through. Individual chapters highlight notable natural and
historical features. The book includes essays, numerous photos, and a
pull-out map keyed to selected sites. Supplemental information offers
advice regarding side trips, when to travel, what to bring, and potential
hazards. Ultimately, Melvin R. Adams hopes his book will entice readers
to visit and delight in remote southeast Oregon.



Developing the Pacific Northwest

The Life and Work of Asahel Curtis
William H. Wilson
As a young man Asahel Curtis worked in his older brother Edwards
successful Seattle photography studio, but a conflict over Klondike
gold rush photographs led to their lifelong estrangement, and Asahel
eventually opened his own business. Even though he earned his living
as a commercial photographer, his major focus was outside the camera
Asahel married and purchased a farm in the Yakima Valley. He became
a dedicated member of Washingtons good roads movement, striving
for economic development and increased tourism. He was a founder of
the Seattle Mountaineers Club and had an enduring passion for Mount
Rainier, fighting for the advancement of Mount Rainier National Park.
This first full-length biography of the photographer/booster/mountaineer
offers comparisons to work by his brother and other contemporaries. It
examines his family and business relationships, his involvement with
eastern Washington irrigation and cooperative marketing, and his beliefs
about resource development.

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6" x 9" 334 pages
Paperback $29.95
ISBN 978-0-87422-331-6

Instilling Spirit
Students and Citizenship at Washington State, 1892-1942
William L. Stimson
Many students at Pullmans newly opened Agricultural College,
Experimental Station and School of Science of the State of Washington
were simply grateful for the opportunity to earn a college degree, but
they received another benefit. Despite an international trend toward
sequestering professors, the countrys small institutions provided
personal attention.
From 1893 to 1916, third president Enoch A. Bryan held to that
philosophy, believing the best education came through experiences.
He deliberately hired active learning advocates who were willing to
be accessible, and campus spirit and involvementwhether in music,
sports, politics, or debatebecame an essential part of learning. As they
participated in mascot antics, the Greek system, upheavals in student
body politics, and the 1936 strike, the young scholars also deeply
influenced faculty and administrators.

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6" x 9" 198 pages
Paperback $22.95
ISBN 978-0-87422-334-7

Instilling Spirit traces Washington State Universitys early decades, offering

a unique perspective on the state college experience.



Barnyards and Birkenstocks

Why Farmers and Environmentalists Need Each Other
Don Stuart
Rural America faces two dangerous trendsthe loss of farms and damage to
ecosystemsand the author believes a major cause is political deadlock. He
proposes a radical solution: collaboration.
$28.95 / 322-4 / Pbk. / 288 pages (2014)

Coal Wars
Unions, Strikes, and Violence in Depression-Era Central Washington
David Bullock
Conflicting labor alliances turn coal miners and their families against each
othera heated, violent battle that unleashes enduring bitterness. Coal Wars tells
the fateful story.
$24.95 / 325-5 / Pbk. / 208 pages (2014)

Encounters with the People

Written and Oral Accounts of Nez Perce Life to 1858
Compiled and edited by Dennis Baird, Diane Mallickan, and William R. Swagerty
Organized both chronologically and thematically, this gorgeous reference is an
edited, annotated compilation of unique primary sources related to Nez Perce
historyNative American oral histories, diary excerpts, military reports, maps,
and more.

$50.00 / 330-9 / Hdb. / 544 pages (2015)

In the Path of Destruction

Eyewitness Chronicles of Mount St. Helens
Richard Waitt
A geologist with intimate knowledge of Mount St. Helens, Richard Waitt
chronicles the eruption through unforgettable, riveting narrativesthe heart
of a masterful chronology that also delivers engrossing science, history, and
$22.95 / 323-1 / Pbk. / 416 pages (2015)



John Mullan
The Tumultuous Life of a Western Road Builder
Keith C. Petersen
This West Point engineering graduate completed the Wests first highway. Much
of Mullans 625-mile triumph became part of Interstate 90. Now Idahos State
Historian takes a fresh look at the soldier/explorer.
$32.95 / 321-7 / Pbk. / 352 pages (2014)

Made in Hanford
The Bomb that Changed the World
Hill Williams
At an isolated location along the Columbia River in 1944, the worlds first
plutonium factory became operational, producing fuel for the atomic bomb
dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, during World War II. Former Seattle Times science
writer Hill Williams traces the amazing, tragic storyfrom the dawn of nuclear
science to Cold War testing in the Marshall Islands.

$22.95 / 307-1 / Pbk. / 208 pages (2011)

Native Trees of Western Washington

A Photographic Guide
Kevin W. Zobrist
Zobrist, a WSU Extension professor, confers a delightful, enlightening, and
lavishly illustrated examination of regional indigenous treesall from a forestry
specialists unique perspective.
$18.95 / 324-8 / Pbk. / 160 pages (2014)

The Restless Northwest

A Geological Story
Hill Williams

Washington State
Book Award, 2003

In an easy, conversational style, The Restless Northwest provides a brief overview

of the remarkable geological processes that have shaped the Pacific Northwest.
$19.95 / 250-0 / Pbk. / 176 pages (2002)



River Song
Naxiyamtma (Snake River-Palouse) Oral Traditions from Mary Jim, Andrew George,
Gordon Fisher, and Emily Peone
Collected and edited by Richard D. Scheuerman and Clifford E. Trafzer
Foreword by Carrie Jim Schuster
With color plates by John Clement
Although forced to scatter, Snake River-Palouse people continued their oral customs.
Four elders who had once lived in the traditional waygathering, hunting, and
fishingshare their stories.
$27.95 / 327-9 / Pbk. / 228 pages (2015)

Surviving the Oregon Trail, 1852

As Told by Mary Ann and Willis Boatman and Augmented with Accounts by
other Overland Travelers
Weldon Willis Rau
The 1852 overland migration was the largest on record, and also a year in which
cholera took a terrible toll in lives. Presented here are firsthand accounts of those
fateful times, including the words and thoughts of a young married couple, Mary
Ann and Willis Boatman.
$35.00 / 237-1 / Hdb. / 256 pages (2001)
$23.95 / 238-8 / Pbk. / 256 pages (2001)

Wild Place
A History of Priest Lake, Idaho
Kris Runberg Smith with Tom Weitz
Wild Place focuses on little-known yet captivating stories of the colorful characters
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trying to tame Idahos Priest Lake.
$24.95 / 329-3 / Pbk. / 240 pages (2015)

Yellowstone Summers
Touring with the Wylie Camping Company in Americas First National Park
Jane Galloway Demaray
From 1896 to 1905, Wylie Camping Company efforts to feed, shelter, and
guide thousands of Victorian vacationers through relaxed week-long tours of
Yellowstones natural wonders helped define and preserve tourism in the West.


$24.95 / 328-6 / Pbk. / 230 pages (2015)


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Railroad Expansion in
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Peter J. Lewty
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Richard S. Hobbs
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Richard D. Scheuerman and
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Rossi vs. Gregoire, 2004

Trova Heffernan
Foreword by Secretary of
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David M. Hansen
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Be Brave, Tah-hy!
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Jack R. Williams
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Historical Sources of the
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George Hatley
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