Washington Comes of Age: The State in the National Experience.
Stratton, David H. [Editor].

Pullman, Washington: Washington State University Press, 1992. Inscribed 9" x 6". 171pp. Teal cloth covered boards with silver lettering on spine; in original decorative dust jacket with mild edge wear; a near fine copy. Illustrated with black and white photos. "Nine noted regional and national experts here explore Washington's coming of age. Essays delve into the frustration of territorial residents with the presidency of Abraham Lincoln, Washington's struggle for statehood, the state's constitutional convention, suffragist Abigail Scott Duniway's fight for women's rights and the role of the Hanford nuclear reservation in American history. Former governor and senator Daniel J. Evans, political correspondent Lou Cannon and Gordon Hirabaysashi, who protested the World War II interment of Japanese Americans in a highly publicized legal case, provide their personal reflections upon recent state history." Hardcover (Item ID: 7267)

$25.00

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