Sue Armitage is
Emerita Professor of History and Women’s Studies at Washington State University
in Pullman, where she taught and wrote about women in the U.S. West for thirty
years. She is coeditor of three collections of work by and about western women,
most recently, Writing the Range: Race, Class, and Gender in the Women’s
West. She lives in Portland, Oregon.
Books by this Author
Shaping the Public Good
Carved into a rock overlooking the Columbia River stands the arresting image of Tsagaglalal, or “She Who Watches,” an ancient female chief. As the Wishram...
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