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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 30 Number 1 (January 1939)


The Codes and Code Makers of Washington, 1889-1937. Arthur S. Beardsley, 3-50

The Pioneers of Lincoln County, Washington, A Study in Migration. Carl F. Reuss, 51-65

Collecting Pacific Northwest Americana. Charles W. Smith, 67-76


The International Significance of the Jones and Immell Massacre and the Aricara Outbreak in 1823, edited by A. P. Nasatir, 77-108


Hulbert and Hulbert, eds., Marcus Whitman, Crusader, Part Two, 1839 to 1943, by Melvin C. Jacobs, 109-110

Glazebrook, ed., The Hargrave Correspondence, 1821-1843, by W. Kaye Lamb, 110-12

Elliott, comp., The Coming of the White Women, 1836, as Told in the Letters and Journal of Narcissa Prentiss Whitman; Holbrook, Holy Old Mackinaw: A Natural History of the American Lumberjack; McCurdy, By Juan de Fuca's Strait: Pioneering Along the Northwestern Edge of the Continent, by Lancaster Pollard, 112-13

Brimlow, The Bannock Indian War of 18178, by Edward Kimmell, 113-15

Bass, Pig-Tail Days in Old Seattle, by C. S. Kingston, 115-16

Lockwood, The Apache Indians, by Erna Gunther, 116-17

Nettels, The Roots of American Civilization: A History of American Colonial Life, by Louis K. Koontz, 117-19

Wilgus, The Railway Interrelations of the United States and Canada, by Edith Dobie, 119-22

Porter, ed., The Jacksons and the Lees: Two Generations of Massachusetts Merchants, by Harold Whitman Bradley, 122-24

Strakhovsky, The Origins of American Intervention in North Russia (1918), by Robert T. Pollard, 124-25

Allen, Japan: The Hungry Guest, by John Gilbert Reid, 125-27

Newlin, ed., Hugh Henry Brackenridge's Modern Chivalry, by Alexander C. Kern, 127-28

Contributors, 128

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