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Blaine Society, Holbrook campaigned against unplanned population growth and development in the Pacific Northwest.
His concern about the problems that growth would bring to the Pacific Northwest preceded by many years the similar concerns of Oregon Governor Tom Mc Call and today's environmental organizations.
Paul Menser – Post Register – “Homeless man” Ken Dey – The Idaho Statesman – “Would you pay for a hamburger?
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Holbrook was an early forest conservationist and an advocate of sustained yield forestry.
As the founder and leading spokesperson of the imaginary James G.
Holbrook helped record in a readable and colorful manner the lowbrow history of this region, which was generally overlooked by historians during his lifetime and only recently has become a subject for academic study by the "New Western Historians." Holbrook's trail through the Northwest was a very different type of Oregon Trail than Chambers of Commerce promoted or the conventional heroic view of the pioneers and missionaries of the West that prevailed during his lifetime.
Holbrook's career was remarkable when you consider that when he moved to Portland in 1923 he was a 30 year old unemployed ex-logger without a high school degree.