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Wallace Stegner (1903-1993) was the author of many books of fiction and non-fiction, including the National Book Award-winning The Spectator Bird (1976) and Crossing to Safety.... more
Wilber Stevens (1921-1996) is considered one of Nevada's finest and most influential poets. His poetry goes to places even the most unfamiliar reader understands: the late-night desperation seen in city faces and long laments on the slowly disappearing western landscape.... more
Robert E. Stewart is an independent historian who was chief of public affairs for the Bureau of Land Management. He served on the staff of Governor Mike O’... more
Omer C. Stewart began doing anthropological fieldwork among Great Basin native peoples in the 1930s and continued to do so actively until his death in 1991.... more
H. Henrietta Stockel is cofounder and member of the Board of Directors for the Albuquerque Indian Center and the author of several books.... more
Edward J. Stoner is an archaeologist and senior project manager/laboratory director of Western Cultural Resource Management, Inc., which supervised cultural resource issues on the ReTRAC project.... more
Richard Stookey is a graduate of the University of California at Davis and Stanford University. He currently lives in San Francisco and is also the author of A Still and Woven Blue, which was honored by the Friends of the American Writers Association.... more
David J. Strohmaier is a historian with Historical Research Associates in Missoula, Montana, where he also serves as a City Councilman. He worked for fifteen seasons as a wildland firefighter for the Bureau of Land Management and U.... more