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Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 105, Number 3 (Summer 2014)


The Divergent Wests of Isaac Stevens and Lame Bull: Finding Motive in the 1855 Blackfoot Treaty. Ryan Hall, 107-121

"These Lands Are Worthless without Water": The Federal Government's Divided Loyalties in Irrigating the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, 1902-1920. Amy E. Canfield, 122-135

Lewis O. Saum, 1933-2014. John M. Findlay, 136-140


Christopher Adams, Gregg Dahl, and Ian Peach, eds., Métis in Canada: History, Identity, Law and Politics, by Scott Comar, 141

Mike Vouri, The Pig War: Standoff at Griffin Bay, by Chris Arnett, 142

Paula Wild, The Cougar: Beautiful, Wild and Dangerous, by Pamela Banting, 143

Diana L. Di Stefano, Encounters in Avalanche Country: A History of Survival in the Mountain West, 1820-1920, by Michael Childers, 144

Evelyn I. Funda, A Farm Daughter's Lament, by Max G. Geier, 144

Allen V. Pinkham and Steven R. Evans, Lewis and Clark among the Nez Perce: Strangers in the Land of the Nimiipuu, by Patrick Lozar, 145

Brooks Geer Ragen, The Meek Cutoff: Tracing the Oregon Trail's Lost Wagon Train of 1845, by Diana L. Di Stefano, 146

Peter Ronan, "A Great Many of Us Have Good Farms": Agent Peter Ronan Reports on the Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana, 1877-1887, ed. Robert J. Bigart; and Peter Ronan Justice to Be Accorded to the Indians: Agent Peter Ronan Reports on the Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana, 1888-1893, ed. Robert J. Bigart, by Rolland Dewing, 147

Monica Sone, Nisei Daughter, by Greg Lewis, 148

Sandra M. Chait, Seeking Salaam: Ethiopians, Eritreans, and Somalis in the Pacific Northwest; and Joseph W. Scott and Solomon A. Getahun, Little Ethiopia of the Pacific Northwest, by Robin Hardy, 149

The Archivists' Page: The Roslyn Cascade Coal Company Collection, submitted by Sue Litchfield, 151

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Sean Lanksbury, 155

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