Table of Contents
Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 31 Number 2 (April 1940)


ARTICLES

Organization and Finance of the Oregon Iron and Steel Company, 1880-1895, Dorothy O. Johansen, 123-59

Donald McKenzie in the Snake Country Fur Trade, 1816-1821. Jean C. Nielson, 161-79


NOTES AND DOCUMENTS

Notes on the Problem of San Juan, by Goldwin Smith, 181-86

The Counties of Idaho, by Clyde A. Bridger, 187-206


BOOK REVIEWS

Woestemeyer, The Westward Movement: A Book of Readings on Our Changing Frontiers, by Vernon Carstensen, 207-209

Hall, A Study of Probated Estates in Washington with References to the State Tax System, by Herman J. Deutsch, 209-10

Lampman, The Great Western Trail, by Merrill G. Burlingame, 210-12

Fisher, ed., Idaho Lore, by Francis Haines, 212-13

Coe, Frontier Doctor, by W. S. Griswold, 213

White, The Changing West: An Economic Theory About Our Golden Age, by Herman J. Deutsch, 214-15

Nevins, Fremont: Pathmarker of the West, by Harold Whitman Bradley, 215-17

Spencer and Harmer, One Who Was Valiant, by L. H. Creer, 217-18

Hyde, Pioneer Days: The Story of an Adventurous and Active Life, by Herbert S. Schell, 219

Fisher, Children of God: An American Epic, by W. S. Griswold, 220-21

Vestal, The Old Santa Fe Trail, by Percy W. Christian, 221-23

Hishida, Japan Among the Great Powers, by Frank Williston, 223-24

Adams, The Incredible Era: The Life and Times of Warren Gamaliel Harding, by Edward McMahon, 225-27

Child, The German-Americans in Politics, 1914-1917, by Russell Buchanan, 227-28

Stone, Three Old French Chronicles of the Crusades, by Helen Jenkins, 229-30


Expansion of the Dewey Decimal Classification for the History of the Pacific Northwest, by Charles W. Smith, 231-52


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