Table of Contents
Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 34 Number 1 (January 1943)


ARTICLES

The Norwegians in the Pacific Coast Fisheries. Sverre Arestad, 3-17

A Journey to Seattle, 1883. Park Weed Willis, 19-25


NOTES AND DOCUMENTS

A Record of Washington Imprints, 1853-1876, and Some Additional Washington Imprints, 1853-1876. Douglas C. McMurtrie, 27-38

The Powder River and John Day Mines in 1862: Diary of Winfield Scott Ebey (conclusion). Edited by Harry N. M. Winton, 39-86


TEACHER'S SECTION

Teaching Materials in Washington History, Government and Resources. Mary E. Knight and Charles M. Gates, 87-97


REVIEW OF BOOKS

Blankenship, And There Were Men, by Herman J. Deutsch, 99-100

Calhoun, A Seattle Heritage: The Fine Arts Society, by Walter F. Isaacs, 100-101

Carr, Klee Wych, by Viola E. Garfield, 101-102

Davis, Stump Ranch Pioneer, by Eugene B. Chaffee, 102-103

Call, Golden Fleece, by R. M. Shaw, 103-104

Potter, Alaska Under Arms, by Jeanette P. Nichols, 104-105

Brower, Farrelly, and Anson, Fifty Years Below Zero, by Victor B. Scheffer, 106-107

Peattie, Forward the Nation, by Vernon Carstensen, 107-109

Terrell, Plume Rouge, a Novel of the Pathfinders, by V. L. O. Chittick, 109-10

Wade, Francis Parkman: Heroic Historian, by Dorothy O. Johansen, 110-12

Rodgers, John Torrey: A Story of North American Botany, by Joseph Ewan, 112-13

Stegner, Mormon Country, by Howard A. Hubbard, 113-14

Corey, The Crisis of 1830-1842 in Canadian-American Relations, by Percy W. Christian, 115-16

Cressy-Marcks, Journey into China, by Franz Michael, 116-18

Kerner, The Urge to the Sea: The Course of Russian History, by Ivar Spector, 118-19

Marchand, Frank Norris, A Study, by Lawrence J. Zillman, 120-21

Drury, ed., The Spalding-Lowrie Correspondence, by F. Wesley Walls, 121


News and Comment

            Washington State Historical Society, 123-25

            General Items, 125-27

Contributors, 127


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