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Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 108, Number 1 (Winter 2016/2017)


ARTICLES

Filipino Students, Racial Formation, and the Politics of Exclusion in the Interwar West. Veta Schlimgen, 3-11

The Emergence of Regional Modernism in Seattle Architecture: From the 1930s to the 1950s. Jeffrey Karl Ochsner, 12-28


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Sara Dant, Losing Eden: An Environmental History of the American West, by Jon Christensen, 29

Kazuhiro Oharazeki, Japanese Prostitutes in the North American West, 1887-1920, by Jeff Nichols, 30

Peter A. Kopp, Hoptopia: A World of Agriculture and Beer in Oregon's Willamette Valley, by William G. Robbins, 30

Bill Proctor and Yvonne Maximchuk, Tide Rips and Back Eddies: Bill Proctor's Tales of Blackfish Sound, by Adam Carson, 31

Michael Engelhard, Ice Bear: The Cultural History of an Arctic Icon, by Gina Granter, 32

David Stevenson, Warnings against Myself: Meditations on a Life in Climbing, by Lucy Hereford, 33

Catherine Holder Spude, ed., All for the Greed of Gold: Will Woodin's Klondike Adventure, by Kathryn Morse, 33

Clark C. Spence, A History of Gold Dredging in Idaho, by Bradley D. Snow, 34

Derek R. Larson, Keeping Oregon Green: Livability, Stewardship, and the Challenges of Growth, 1960-1980, by Andy Beesley, 35

Louise Takeda, Islands' Spirit Rising: Reclaiming the Forests of Haida Gwaii, by John J. Dougherty, 36

Mark Spitzer, Beautifully Grotesque Fish of the American West, by Donald J. Orth, 36

Bradley J. Boner, Yellowstone National Park: Through the Lens of Time, by Robert H. Webb, 37

Levi Scott and James Layton Collins, Wagons to the Willamette: Captain Levi Scott and the Southern Route to Oregon, 1844-1847, edited by Stafford J. Hazelett, by Diana L. Ahmad, 38

Sarah Isabel Wallace, Not Fit to Stay: Public Health Panics and South Asian Exclusion, by Nic John Ramos, 39

Hill Williams, Writing the Northwest: A Reporter Looks Back, by Floyd J. McKay, 39

Teresa Nordheim, Murder and Mayhem in Seattle, by Megan Ockerman, 40

Ellen Eisenberg, The Jewish Oregon Story, 1950-2010, by Michael J. Hamberg, 41

Katrina Jagodinsky, Legal Codes and Talking Trees: Indigenous Women's Sovereignty in the Sonoran and Puget Sound Borderlands, 1854-1946, by Sasha Maria Suarez, 42

Floyd McKay, Reporting the Oregon Story: How Activists and Visionaries Transformed a State, by William L. Lang, 43

Jaako Puisto, "This Is My Reservation, I Belong Here": The Salish Kootenai Indian Struggle against Termination, by Reeta Humalajoki, 44

Clive S. Thomas, ed., with Laura C. Savatgy and Kristina Klimovich, Alaska Politics and Public Policy: The Dynamics of Beliefs, Institutions, Personalities, and Power, by Diana L. Di Stefano, 44

The Archivists' Page: Putting History to Work: The Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections, submitted by Conor M. Casey, 46


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Sean Lanksbury, 51

 


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