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Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 107, Number 1 (Winter 2015/2016)


SPECIAL ISSUE: EXCAVATING SEATTLE'S HISTORIES: PEOPLES, POLITICS, PLACE, PART I, 1-2

Introduction. Bruce Hevly, 3

Pioneers and Pandemonium: Stability and Change in Seattle. John M. Findlay, 4-23

The Peopling of Seattle: Race, Migration, and Immigration, Quintard Taylor, 24-34


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Kenneth N. Owens, with Alexander Yu. Petrov, Empire Maker: Aleksander Baranov and Russian Colonial Expansion into Alaska and Northern California, by David L. Nicandri, 35

David B. Danbom, ed., Bridging the Distance: Common Issues of the Rural West, by Joseph E. Taylor III, 36

David H. DeJong, American Indian Treaties: A Guide to Ratified and Unratified Colonial, United States, State, Foreign, and Intertribal Treaties and Agreements, 1607-1911, by Tim Alan Garrison, 36

Kris Runberg Smith, with Tom Weitz, Wild Place: A History of Priest Lake, Idaho, by Brendan Bermea, 37

Dave Tucker, Geology Underfoot in Western Washington, by Dan H. Shugar, 38

Michael L. Tate, ed., The Great Medicine Road: Narratives of the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails, Part 2: 1849, by Andrew Shaler, 39

Michael J. Dax, Grizzly West: A Failed Attempth to Reintroduce Grizzly Bears in the Mountain West, by Kelsey Matson, 40

David Banis and Hunter Shobe, Portlandness: A Cultural Atlas, by Alexandria Waltz, 40

Ellen Eisenberg, Embracing a Western Identity: Jewish Oregonians, 1849-1950, by Michael J. Hamberg, 41

Thomas Girst, Art, Literature, and the Japanese Internment: On John Okada's No-No Boy, by Elena M. Friot, 42

Sally Thompson, Kootenai Cultural Committee, and Pikunni Traditional Association, People before the Park: The Kootenai and Blackfeet before Glacier National Park, by Michelle Montgomery, 43

Jerry V. Ramsey, Stealing Puget Sound, 1832-1869, by Elliott Reid, 43

Christopher T. Bayley, Seattle Justice: The Rise and Fall of the Police Payoff System in Seattle, by Robert C. Donnelly, 44

David B. Williams, Too High and Too Steep: Reshaping Seattle's Topography, by Nathan Allison, 45

Jeff Obermeyer, Seattle Totems, By Lucy Hereford, 46

Elsie Paul, Written as I Remember It: Teachings (?əms ta?aw) from the Life of a Sliammon Elder, by Danica Miller, 46

W. J. Rorabaugh, American Hippies, by Carter Taylor Seaton, 47

Helen Hiller Frank, Oil, Ice, and Bone: Arctic Whaler Nathaniel Ransom, by Adam Griffith, 48

Sheila Farr, Richard C. Elliott: Primal Op, by John Bennett, 48

Carl Abbott, Imagined Frontiers: Contemporary America and Beyond, by Ross Coen, 49


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Sean Lanksbury, 51


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