Books from L.E. Bragg



More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Washington Women, 2nd Edition

More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Washington Women, 2nd Edition, book cover
Published 7/16

In More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Washington Women, author L. E. Bragg has gathered stories of eighteen extraordinary women from Washington’s past. While readers may be familiar with the lives of some of these women, such as missionary Narcissa Prentiss Whitman or Chief of the Lady Black Robes Mother Joseph, many of these women are little known…. Read more »

Washington Myths & Legends

Washington Myths and Legends Book Cover
Published 7/16

Washington Myths & Legends opens the book on unsolved crimes, legends of lost treasure, supernatural encounters, sea creature sightings, and other unexplained events and unusual occurrences in Evergreen State history. Meet Puget Sound’s demon of the deep Uncover the details of Captain Ingalls’ lost treasure Learn about flying saucers over Mount Rainier Join the search for… Read more »

Seattle, City by the Sound

Seattle, City by the Sound book cover
Published 7/16

Take a photographic journey in, and around the beautiful City of Seattle! The whimsical verse transports the reader from Pioneer Square, where the City began; to the skyscrapers downtown; the Pike Place Market; across the Lakes; and in view of some of the most majestic mountains in the world. Seattle, City By The Sound is… Read more »

A River Lost

A River Lost book cover
Published 7/16

A River Lost tells the familiar story of an ancient culture infringed upon and altered forever by modern technology. It is the story of how the construction of Grand Coulee Dam led to the destruction of a way of life for members of the Arrow Lake Tribe. “Sinee mat” and her great-grandmother “Toopa” tell of… Read more »

Idaho’s Remarkable Women

More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Idaho Women, Second Edition book cover
Published 7/16

Idaho’s Remarkable Women, tells the history of the Gem State through the stories of fourteen pioneering women, all born before 1900, who made a profound impact on Idaho. Meet Sacajawea, Lewis and Clark’s Shoshone guide; Jo Monaghan, who lived as a man for nearly forty years; Margaret Cobb Ailshie, who ran Idaho’s biggest newspaper; Dr. Minnie… Read more »