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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 100 Number 2 (Spring 2009)
Special Issue: Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Centennial, part 2


ARTICLES

Rainier Vista from the AYP to the University of Washington. Jeffrey Karl Ochsner, 55-69

"Lighted Fair is Magic Landscape": The AYP at Night. Tyler S. Sprague, 70-78

Classicizing the Wilderness: Washington State's Forestry Building at the 1909 AYP. Kathryn Rogers Merlino, 79-88


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Terry Toedtemeier and John Laursen, Wild Beauty: Photographs of the Columbia River Gorge, 1867-1957, by Carlos A. Schwantes, 89

Philip Niles, Beauty of the City: A. E. Doyle, Portland's Architect, by Henry Matthews, 89-90

Nora Marks Dauenhauer, Richard Dauenhauer, and Lydia T. Black, eds., Anooshi Lingit Aani Ka / Russians in Tlingit America: The Battles of Sitka, 1802 and 1804, by William D. Frank, 90-91

Alice Shorett and Murray Morgan, Soul of the City: The Pike Place Public Market, by Jannelle Warren-Findley, 91-92

Emily M. Wilson, From Boats to Board Feet: The Wilson Family of the Pacific Coast; Ryan Wahl, Legacy in Wood: The Wahl Family Boat Builders; and Doreen Armitage, Tales from the Galley: Stories of the Working Waterfront, by Timothy G. Lynch, 92-93

Sarah Carter, The Importance of Being Monogamous: Marriage and Nation Building in Western Canada to 1915, by Bethany Andreasen, 94

William Schneider, ed., Living with Stories: Telling, Re-Telling, and Remembering, by Billy Merck, 95

Jeffrey A. Johnson, "They Are All Red Out Here": Socialist Politics in the Pacific Northwest, 1895-1925, by Norm Diamond, 96

Ellen Baumler, Dark Spaces: Montana's Historic Penitentiary at Deer Lodge, by Keith Edgerton, 97

Earl Pomeroy, The American Far West in the Twentieth Century, ed. Richard W. Etulain, by Brian Casserly, 97-98


The Archivists' Page: Discovering the AYP in the University of Washington's Special Collections, submitted by Carla Rickerson, 99-102

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Shirley Lewis, 103-104


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