Book List:16 titles

  • The years between 1949 and 1975 were dam-building years along the Pacific Northwest's Columbia and Snake Rivers. During those twenty-five years the Bureau of Reclamation, the Corps of Engineers, and private entities such as Pacific Power, Portland Ge...


  • The lawlessness of the frontier towns of the plains states is well documented.  However, as silver and gold deposits were found in the Pacific Northwest the rush of miners and speculators that brought to the region brought with it its own share of c...


  • The Greatest Inventor in the West tells the story of one Joseph Malone, who possessed ingenuity and whose creations, though they might succeed later, often failed spectacularly the first time they were tried.When the handsome young inventor falls in ...



  • Into the Desert is the third volume of Roll On, Columbia, Bill Gulick's epic novel of the history of the Columbia River and the Great Northwest.Covering the desert sector of the river from Celilo Falls to Canada between 1873 and 1948, this final volu...



  • Through the Cascades is the second volume of Roll On, Columbia, Bill Gulick's epic novel of the history of the Columbia River and the Great Northwest.Encompassing the period from the 1840s to the early 1870s, Through the Cascades follows the adventur...


  • In the most comprehensive historical novel ever written about the Columbia River and the Great Northwest, author Bill Gulick tells the story of the Columbia River basin - from the establishment of Fort Astoria in 1811 to the building of Grand Coulee ...






  • Protecting a Denver-bound wagon train that contains sixteen hundred barrels of American whiskey, cavalryman Thaddeus Gearhart struggles against a band of thirsty Indians and the temperance-minded Cora Templeton...





  • Years after Matt Crane fell in love with a Nez Perce woman and fathered a child with her while traveling on the Louis and Clark Expedition, his second son, John, comes face to face with Tall Bird, his illegitimate brother. Reprint....


  • Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton PressThey came from all walks of life, courageous travelers seeking a new beginning in the West.  They were young and old, doctors and farmers, lawyers and carpenters, Missourians and Iowans...


  • Frontier Army Corporal Burke Langdon finds himself in the middle of a deadly conflict involving a wagon train of Oregonbound Missourians, a Snake Indian war party, and a group of Army deserters led by a renegade sergeant while on a mission to shepard...