Table of Contents
Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 35 Number 4 (October 1944)


ARTICLES

The Adoption of the Initiative and Referendum in Washington. Claudius O. Johnson, 291-303

Pacific Northwest Opinion on the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905. Winston B. Thorson, 305-22


RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS

Territorial Papers in the Department of the Interior Archives, 1873-1890: Washington, Idaho, and Montana. W. Turrentine Jackson, 323-41


NOTES AND DOCUMENTS

Two Letters Concerning the Mercer Girls. Edited by Vernon Carstensen, 343-47


TEACHER'S SECTION

Northwest Fiction for the Junior and Senior High School. Mabel W. Tucker and Mary Virginia Mount, 349-55

A List of Northwest Juveniles. Augusta Anderson, 356-62


REVIEW OF BOOKS

Elliott, A History of Variety-Vaudeville in Seattle from the Beginning to 1914, by Oliver Wilson, 363-64

Thompson, Space for Living, by Herman J. Deutsch, 364-65

Binns, The Timber Beast, by Richard Perry, 365-66

MacArthur, The Legend Whispered, by Emily Johnson, 366

Read and Gaines, ed., Gold Rush: The Journals, Drawings, and other Papers of J. Goldsborough Bruff, by Glenn S. Dumke, 367-68

Brady and Scott, eds., Canada After the War, by Marion Spector, 368-69

McNeilly, Heaven Is Too High, by C. L. Andrews, 369-70

Other Recent Publications, 370-71


News and Comment

            Washington State Historical Society, 373-74

            General Items, 375-78

Contributors, 378


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