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Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 104, Number 3 (Summer 2013)


Pivoting to Progressivism: Justice Stephen J. Chadwick, the Washington Supreme Court, and Change in Early 20th-Century Judicial Reasoning and Rhetoric. Hugh Spitzer, 107-121

Introduction to Kenneth B. Pyle’s "Hiroshima and the Historians: History as Relative Truth". John M. Findlay, 122

Hiroshima and the Historians: History as Relative Truth. Kenneth B. Pyle, 123-132

Owning the Ocean: Environment, Race, and Identity in the Bristol Bay, Alaska, Salmon Fishery, 1930-1938. Ross Coen, 133-150


Arnold Krupat, “That the People Might Live”: Loss and Renewal in Native American Elegy, by Scott Comar, 151

Lorraine McConaghy and Judy Bentley, Free Boy: A True Story of Slave and Master, by Robin Hardy, 151

Ann Fienup-Riordan and Alice Rearden, Ellavut, Our Yup’ik World and Weather: Continuity and Change on the Bering Sea Coast; and Ann Fienup-Riordan, ed., Qaluyaarmiuni Nunamtenek Qanemciput/Our Nelson Island Stories: Meanings of Place on the Bering Sea Coast, trans. Alice Rearden, by Mark A. Schreiter, 152

Richard W. Etulain, Lincoln and Oregon Country Politics in the Civil War Era, by Bryan Carter, 153

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Sean Lanksbury, 155

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