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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 39 Number 2 (April 1948)


ARTICLES

The Place of Fort Vancouver in the History of the Northwest. Walter N. Sage, 83-102

Anti-Chinese Outbreaks in Seattle, 1885-1886. Jules Alexander Karlin, 103-30

Uses of Fur-Seal Carcasses by Natives of the Probilof Islands, Alaska. Victor B. Scheffer, 131-32


NOTES AND DOCUMENTS

Correspondence of Frederick W. Mitchell Relative to His Mining Enterprises in California and Idaho, 1865-1866, 133-51


RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS

A Pacific Northwest Bibliography, 1947. Lancaster Pollard, 152-66


REVIEW OF BOOKS

Bakeless, Lewis and Clark: Partner's in Discovery, by C. S. Kingston, 167-68

Linford, Wyoming: Frontier State, by Merrill G. Burlingame, 168-69

Chalfant, Gold, Guns, and Ghost Towns, by Elmer C. Sandmeyer, 16-70

McCaleb, The Conquest of the West, by W. Turrentine Jackson, 170-71

Holbrook, The Story of American Railroads, by Samuel R. Mohler, 172-73

Clinard, Japan's Influence on American Naval Power, 1897-1917, by Eric L. Barr, 173-74

Storm and Peckham, An Invitation to Book Collecting, by Charles W. Smith, 174


News and Comment

            Washington State Historical Society, 175-77

            General Items, 177

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