David Hipp, AIA, Associates, Bernardo|Wills Architects PC

“I enjoyed working with both Heather Miller and Matt Sneddon. I was very impressed with their work product and the historical context that was part of the report. After reading the report, it gave me a much better sense of how and why the Fairchild was developed and its significance to the larger Spokane area.”

Jim Yoakum, Western Wildlife

“Within a week of receiving the history of the wildlife program in the Forest Service, I finished reading the manuscript. I found it fascinating, exciting and a wonderful retrospect of a federal resource management agency. It should become required reading for basic courses in the conservation of natural resources. It’s that good.”

Brian Wegner | Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District

Currents of Change: A History of the Portland District, US Army Corps of Engineers, 1980–2000 “is a nicely laid out document, and interesting reading, even for a 15-year Corps employee like me who is familiar with our mission and history.”

Lauren Danner, Washington State Historical Society

“Thank you so much for speaking at the Heritage Conference. Heather Miller broke some new ground for the conference, and for participants who had not looked at women’s history from the perspectives you described. I suspect we will see the impact of your talk down the road, as local heritage organizations prepare for the suffrage centennial and take a new look at their own collections.”