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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 29 Number 3 (July 1938)


Washington Literature: A Historical Sketch. Lancaster Pollard, 227-54

The Political Clash Between Northern and Southern Idaho Over the Capital. Eugene B. Chaffee, 255-67

The Frontier Journals of Western Montana. Robert L. Housman, 269-76


Gray's Journal of 1838, edited by Clifford M. Drury, 277-82

The Flathead Indian Treaty Council of 1855, edited by Albert J. Partoll, 283-314


Andrews, The Story of Alaska, by James Wickersham, 315-16

Berreman, Tribal Distribution in Oregon, by George Peter Murdock, 316-17

Turney-High, The Flathead Indians of Montana, by Claude Schaeffer, 317-18

Payne, Captain Jack, Modoc Renegade, by R. C. Clark, 318-19

Lyman, Ralston's Ring: California Plunders the Comstock Lode, by W. T. Paullin, 319-20

Nye, Carbine and Lance: The Story of Old fort Sill, by Jesse S. Douglas, 320-22

Foreman, ed., Adventure on Red River: Report on the Exploration of the Headwaters of the Red River by Captain Randolph B. Marcy and Captain G. B. McClellan, by Percy W. Christian, 322-23

Larson, The Changing West and Other Essays, by Dan E. Clark, 323-24

Notter, The Origins of Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson, by George E. Mowry, 324-25

La Fargue, China and the World War, by Robert T. Pollard, 326-28

Kellett, The Story of Dictatorship: From the Earliest Times till Today, by Solomon Katz, 328-29

Chamberlin, Collectivism: A False Utopia, by C. E. Quainton, 330

Brooks, When Labor Organizes, by Morrison Handsaker, 330-32

Meigs, Railroad West, by Sophus Keith Winther, 332-33

Peery, Silver Streams, by O. B. Sperlin, 333

Wrong, The Canadians: The Story of a People, by Jonas A. Jonasson, 333-34

Historical Notes, 335

Correction, 335

Contributors, 336

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