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Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 104, Number 1 (Winter 2012-13)


ARTICLES

Slough-Keetcha: Spokane Garry in History and Memory. John W. W. Mann, 3-20

The Water Is Our Land: The Di·ya· Treaty Council of 1855. Cary C. Collins, 21-39


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

James Morton Turner, The Promise of Wilderness: American Environmental Politics since 1964, by Randall M. Williams, 41

William R. Swagerty, The Indianization of Lewis and Clark, by Chelsea D. Frazier, 42

Scott McArthur, The Enemy Never Came: The Civil War in the Pacific Northwest, by Bruce W. Worthen, 42

Jeff Crane, Finding the River: An Environmental History of the Elwha, by Shawn Bailey, 43

Robert C. Donnelly, Dark Rose: Organized Crime and Corruption in Portland, by Stephen J. Ross, 44

Tony Bamonte and Suzanne Bamonte, Spokane, Our Early History: Under All Is the Land, by Michelle Winmill, 45

Lissa K. Wadewitz, The Nature of Borders: Salmon, Boundaries, and Bandits on the Salish Sea, by Ken Zontek, 46

Kurt E. Armbruster, Before Seattle Rocked: A City and Its Music, by Alexandria Waltz, 46

Linda Tamura, Nisei Soldiers Break Their Silence: Coming Home to Hood River, by Melanie English, 47

Linda Scarangella McNenly, Native Performers in Wild West Shows: From Buffalo Bill to Euro Disney, by Nels Abrams, 48

Marlene Deahl Merrill and Daniel D. Merrill, eds., Up the Winds and over the Tetons: Journal Entries and Images from the 1860 Raynolds Expedition, by Greg Urquhart, 49

Janet L. Finn, Mining Childhood: Growing up in Butte, Montana, 1900-1960, by Brian Rybolt, 50


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Sean Lanksbury, 51


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