Table of Contents
Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 103, Number 2 (Spring 2012)


The Black Campus Movement in the Evergreen State: The Black Student Union at the University of Washington and Washington State University, 1967-1969. Marc Arsell Robinson, 55-66

Imagining Victoria: Tourism and the English Image of British Columbia's Capital. David A. Smith, 67-83

Getting Technical: The Birth of Engineering at Boeing. Paul G. Spitzer, 84-96


Andrea Geiger, Subverting Exclusion: Transpacific Encounters with Race, Caste, and Borders, 1885-1928, by Evan C. Rothera, 97

Derek Hayes, Historical Atlas of Washington and Oregon, by James Blackshear, 98

Freeman M. Tovell, trans., Voyages to the Northwest Coast of America, 1792: Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra and the Nootka Sound Controversy, by Ross Coen, 98

Susan M. Erb, ed., On the Western Trails: The Overland Diaries of Washington Peck, by Debbie Liles, 99

John C. Hughes, Booth Who? A Biography of Booth Gardner, Washington's Charismatic 19th Governor, by Thomas Gaskin, 100

Donald L. Fixico, The Invasion of Indian Country in the Twentieth Century: American Capitalism and Tribal Natural Resources, 2d ed., by Greg Urquhart, 101

Roger Scruton, How to Think Seriously about the Planet: The Case for an Environmental Conservatism, by J. Brooks Flippen, 102

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Sean Lanksbury, 103

Previous Issue Table of Contents Home Next Issue
Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest