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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 100 Number 3 (Summer 2009)


ARTICLES

CHECC'S Emergence in 1867 as an Agent of Political Change in Seattle. Peter LeSourd, 107-19

Not Quite Big League: The Pilots and Seattle in the 1960s. William H. Mullins, 120-33

"More Than a Tea Party": The IWA Women's Auxiliary in the Pacific Northwest, 1937-1948. Steven C. Beda, 134-45


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

W. J. Rorabaugh, The Real Making of the President: Kennedy, Nixon, and the 1960 Election, by Timothy Walch, 146

James M. O'Fallon, ed., Nature's Justice: Writings of William O. Douglas, by Char Miller, 146-47

Cynthia Culver Prescott, Gender and Generation on the Far Western Frontier, by Sandra Schackel, 147-48

Alexandra Harmon, ed., The Power of Promises: Rethinking Indian Treaties in the Pacific Northwest, by Donald L. Fixico, 148-49

O. Alan Weltzien, A Father and an Island: Reflections on Loss, by Emily J. Arendt, 149-50

Margaret Horsfield, Voices from the Sound: Chronicles of Clayoquot Sound and Tofino, 1899-1929, by Tom Peotto, 150-51

Steve Turner, Amber Waves and Undertow: Peril, Hope, Sweat, and Downright Nonchalance in Dry Wheat Country, by Laura J. Arata, 151


The Archivists' Page: The Ray Lindsay Collection at the Pearson Air Museum, submitted by Bill Alley, 152-53

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Shirley Lewis, 155-56


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