Table of Contents
Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 32 Number 2 (April 1941)


ARTICLES

Japan's First Embassy to the United States, 1860. Allan B. Cole, 131-66

Peter John De Smet: The Years of Preparation, 1801-1837. W. J. Davis, S.J., 167-96


NOTES AND DOCUMENTS

Some Notes on the Yukon by Stewart Menzies, edited by Clarence L. Andrews, 197-202

A Pacific Northwest Bibliography, 1940, by Harry N. M. Winton, 203-14


BOOK REVIEWS

Lyons, Francis Norbert Blanchet, by Herman J. Deutsch, 215-16

Oregon, End of the Trail; and Nevada: A Guide to the Silver States, by Dorothy O. Johansen, 216-17

Anderson, trails of Early Idaho: The Pioneer Life Of George W. Goodhart, by Francis Haines, 218-19

Andrews, The Eskimo and His Reindeer in Alaska, by Raymond H. Fisher, 219-20

Sass, Hear Me, My Chiefs!, by E. Adamson Hoebel, 220-21

Tixier's Travels on the Osage Prairies, edited by John Francis McDermott, by Percy W. Christian, 222-23

Wellman, The Trampling Heard, by Merrill G. Burlingame, 223-24

Savelle, The Diplomatic History of the Canadian Boundary, 1749-1763, by Marion Spector, 225

Brooks, Diplomacy and the Borderlands: The Adams-Onís Treaty of 1819, by Max Savelle, 226-27

Hansen, The Atlantic Migration, by Jonas A. Jonasson, 228-29

Arseniev, Dersu the Trapper, by Ivar Spector, 229-30

Clyde, United States Policy toward China: Diplomatic and Public Documents, 1839-1939, by George E. Taylor, 230-31

Hechler, Insurgency: Personalities and Politics of the Taft Era, by George E. Mowry, 231-32


Washington State Historical Society News Notes, 233-36

Contributors, 236


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