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I Lived to Tell the World

I Lived to Tell the World presents thirteen inspiring profiles of men and women who have endured unthinkable cruelty, only to resume productive lives in...

| paperback | $29.95

Portland's Audacious Champion

William “Bill” Sumio Naito (1925–1996) was a remarkable and visionary individual—the Portland-born son of Japanese immigrants who became one of the city’s most significant business...

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From Thorns to Blossoms

Mitsuko “Mitzi” Asai was not yet ten years old in the spring of 1942 when President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066 sent 120,000 people of Japanese...

| paperback | $24.95

Making the Unseen Visible

Many of the effects of nuclear fallout and radiation have been intentionally hidden by governments around the world. Public knowledge has been driven by activists...

| paperback | $39.95

Macrolichens of the Pacific Northwest

A key component in healthy ecosystems, lichens can be found in almost any natural habitat in the Pacific Northwest. This comprehensive guide to the region’s...

| paperback | $45.00

One Sunny Day

“Every year when the days begin to stretch and the penetrating heat of summer rises to a scorching point, I am brought back to one...

| paperback | $29.95

Spinning Tea Cups

In nine quirky, richly told, intersecting essays, Alexandra Teague brings readers along for the wild ride, traversing the American landscape in the company of a...

| paperback | $24.95

First Meal

Wrongful convictions haunt the American criminal justice system, as revealed in recent years by DNA and other investigative tools. And every wrongfully convicted person who...

| hardcover | $39.95

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