List of resources re: Salmon/Upper Columbia River Basin:

Scholz, Allan T., et al. 
Compilation of information on salmon and steelhead total run size, catch 
and hydropower related losses in the Upper Columbia River Basin, above Grand Coulee Dam. Fisheries. 
Technical Report No. 2. Upper Columbia United Tribes Fisheries Center. Cheney. Eastern Washington University. (1985) 

Scholz, Allan T., and Holly J. McLellan 
Field guide to the Fishes of Eastern Washington. Cheney, WA: Eagle Printing (2009) 

Scholz, Allan T., and Holly J. McLellan 
Fishes of the Columbia and Snake River Basins in Eastern Washington. EWU Department of Biology. Cheney, WA (2010) 

Scholz, Allan T. 
EWU’s Biology website: Fishes of Eastern Washington: A Natural History (volumes 1-4) 

Ray, Verne F. 
“Native Villages and Groupings of the Columbia Basin.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly. April, 27(2):99-152. 1936 

Devoto, Bernard 
The Journals of Lewis and Clark. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1953 

Pearkes, Eileen Delehanty 
The Geography of Memory: Recovering Stories of a Landscape’s First People. Sono Nis Press (2002) 

Pearkes, Eileen Delehanty 
A River Captured: The Columbia River Treaty and Catastrophic Change. Rocky Mountain Books (2016) 

Fahey, John 
The Spokane River: Its Miles and Its History. Ms on file, Spokane Centennial Trail Committee, Spokane. (1988) 

Ross, John Alan 
The Spokane Indians. (2011) 

Mapes, Lynda 
Elwha: A River Reborn. Mountaineers Books. (2013) 

Little Spokane River – from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 

Brown, Bruce 
Mountain in the Clouds: A Search For the Wild Salmon. U of Washington Press. (1982, 1985) 

Whalen, John 
“Spokane River Subbasin Summary.” Northwest Power Planning Council. (2000) 

Flores, L., et. al, 
“The Value of Natural Capital in the Columbia River Basin: A Comprehensive Analysis.” Earth Economics, Tacoma, WA (2017) 

“Progress Be Dammed: How Spokane Tried Its Darnedest To Stop The Grand Coulee Dam From Being Built.” 
Stimson, William.The Pacific Northwest Inlander. September 21-27, 2006. 

“Damming End To Salmon Runs.” Kershner, Jim. The Spokesman-Review, March 12, 2006 

“Wondering on the Spokane River and Its History.” White, Jerry. Columns: River Rambles, March 22, 2017

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