Table of Contents
Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 29 Number 2 (April 1938)


ARTICLES

Appalachian Mountaineers in the Upper Cowlitz Basin. Woodrow R. Clevinger, 115-34

The Influence of the Military in the Building of Montana. Merrill G. Burlingame, 135-50

History of the Discoveries and Physical Development of the Coal Industry in the State of Washington. F. E. Melder, 151-65


NOTES AND DOCUMENTS

Log of the Caroline (1799), edited by H. F. MacNair (Continued from January issue), 167-200

The Historical Russian Library of Alaska, by C. L. Andrews, 201-204


BOOK REVIEWS

Drury, Marcus Whitman, M.D.: Pioneer and Martyr, by Robert Moulton Gatke, 205-207

Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast of America in the Year 1800, by Edward W. Allen, 207-208

Jones and Gose, West Young Man! by Dorothy Gould, 209-10

Kelly and Howe, Miles Goodyear, by Clifford M. Drury, 210-11

Stanley, The Archer of Paradise: A Biography of Parley P. Part, by Oscar Osburn Winther, 211-12

Hueston, Calamity Jane of Deadwood Gulch, by George Savage, 212-13

McNicol, The Amerindian, by Melville Jacobs, 213-14

Eggan, Social Anthropology of North American Tribes, by Verne F. Ray, 214-16

Hyde, Red Cloud's Folk: A History of the Oglala Sioux Indians, by Annie Heloise Abel-Henderson, 217-19

Hogner, Westward, High, Low, and Dry, by James W. Stevens, 219-20

Kraus, A History of American History, by Charles M. Gates, 220-21

Clyde, A History of the Modern and Contemporary Far East, by Frank G. Williston, 221-22


Wilberforce Eames: The Passing of a Great Bibliographer, by Charles W. Smith, 223-24

Contributors, 224


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