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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 43 Number 1 (January 1952)


The Trust Business in Washington. Howard H. Preston, 3-26

Archeological Excavations at Fort Walla Walla. Thomas R. Garth, 27-50

A New La Vérendrye Theory. John W. Smurr, 51-64


Jensen, ed., Regionalism in America, by Howard Lamar, 65-67

Greeley, Forests and Men, by Paul F. Sharp, 67-68

Tilden, The National Parks, by Victor Be Scheffer, 69-70

Carhart, Water—or Your Life, by Emmett K. Vande Vere, 70-71

Jensen, Heritage of Conflict, by Patricia Jean Beatty, 71-72

Kane, ed., Military Life in Dakota, by Paul C. Philips, 72-73

Korns, ed., West from Fort Bridger, by William S. Greever, 73-74

Ross, The West of Alfred Jacob Miller, by Lucille M. Kane, 74-75

Galloway, First Transcontinental Railroad, by Donald L. Kinzer, 75-76

Spencer, Story of Sauvies Island, by Robert W. Johannsen, 77-78

Orcutt, Tillamook: Land of Many Waters, by Edwin R. Bingham, 78-79

Historical Notes, by Ronald Todd, 80-84

News and Comment

            Washington Historical Society, 85-88


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