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City of Tribes

Seattle is inevitably a city of tribes — both indigenous and immigrant. Jeff Stevens historytells the ultimate complexity of Seattle’s myriad ethnicities.
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Zioncheck for President

Among fascinating figures in Seattle’s political history, there was no one quite like Marion Zioncheck. Jeff Stevens tells the Depression-era rabble-rouser’s tragic tale.
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The Seattle Seven

1970: the year Nixon’s Justice Department disrupted the lives of seven antiwar Seattleites to send a nationwide political message. Jeff Stevens histories you like a nascent Gen-X Yippie.
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West Coast Reciprocities

Seattle has always wanted to be San Francisco. Jeff Stevens excerptly explores the historical evidencing of this book-bound countercultural contention.
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On The Ave

University Way Northeast has long been Seattle’s ultimate concrete freak magnet. Jeff Stevens histories you like an Ave rat hurricane in this fresh book excerpt.
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Seattle’s Concrete Dragons

Why is such a smart city so stupid about transportation? Jeff Stevens historically explores that ultimate Seattle question in this fresh excerpt from his forthcoming book City of Anxiety.
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The Potlatch Decade

Seattle in the 1910s: when a world’s fair, a downtown riot, and a general strike conspired to make our fair city an American political contender. Jeff Stevens histories you Strongly.
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