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Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 103, Number 4 (Fall 2012)


ARTICLES

Networked Families: Social Capital and Business Success for the Griffiths and Blackford Families in the Pacific Northwest, 1918-1945. Mansel Griffiths Blackford, 159-175

Municipal Film Censorship in Spokane, Washington, 1910-1916. Holly George, 176-189


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Richard White, Railroaded: The Transcontinentals and the Making of Modern America, by David A. Raney, 190

Ron Chew, Remembering Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes: The Legacy of Filipino American Labor Activism, by Rick Baldoz, 191

Barry Gough, Juan de Fuca's Strait: Voyages in the Waterway of Forgotten Dreams, by Robin Hardy, 192

Chere Jiusto and Christine W. Brown, Hand Raised: The Barns of Montana, by J. Philip Gruen, 193

Kit Oldham and Peter Blecha, Rising Tides and Tailwinds: The Story of the Port of Seattle, 1911-2011, by Alexander Marris, 194

Nicole Tonkovich, The Allotment Plot: Alice C. Fletcher, E. Jane Gay, and Nez Perce Survivance, by Jennifer Macias, 194

Diana E. James, Shared Walls: Seattle Apartment Buildings, 1900-1939, by Angie King Keesee, 195

Charles Scheideman, Tragedy on Jackass Mountain: More Stories from a Small-Town Mountie, by Greg Urquhart, 196

David F. Martin, An Enduring Legacy: Women Painters of Washington, 1930-2005; and Barbara Matilsky, Show of Hands: Northwest Women Artists, 1880-2010, by Susan Noyes Platt, 197

David Hall, Beneath Cold Seas: The Underwater Wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, by Bonnie J. Becker, 198

Chuck Davis, The Chuck Davis History of Metropolitan Vancouver, by Gregory Kier, 199

Donald J. Sevetson, Atkinson: Pioneer Oregon Educator, by Shawn Daley, 200


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Sean Lanksbury, 202


Volume Index, 205


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