Max G. Geier

Max G. Geier is Professor of History, Emeritus, at Western Oregon University, specializing in 19th and 20th century history with a focus on community development in the western U.S. and Canada. A native of rural Minnesota, he lived and worked for many years near downtown Los Angeles, where much of his book is set. He has written two previous books on the history of forest science research in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, and is currently working on a study of John Ellis Wool’s role policing nineteenth-century borderlands conflicts. He lives in Seattle.

Books by this Author

The Color of Night

On an unusually cold January night in 1943, Martha James was murdered on a train in rural Oregon, near the Willamette Valley town of Albany...

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