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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 49 Number 1 (January 1958)


Commercial Whaling in the Arctic Ocean. James W. VanStone, 1-10

Building the Tieton Irrigation Canal. Calvin Brewster Coulter, 11-18

Sources for Pacific Northwest History. Dennis F. Strong, 19-20

A Day in a Pioneer History Museum. Photographs by E. P. Marten, 21-28

Benjamin F. Kendall, Territorial Politician. Willis A. Katz, 29-39


Driggs, The Old West Speaks, by Robert A. Burke, 40

Burlingame, ed., From Wilderness to Statehood, by Herman J. Deutsch, 40-41

Johansen and Gates, Empire of the Columbia, by J. Orin Oliphant, 41-42

Morton, ed., Alexander Begg's Red River Journal, by Paul L. Murphy, 43

Hutchison, Canada: Tomorrow's Giant, by K. A. MacKirdy, 43-44

Russell, Guns on the Early Frontiers;Hanson, The Northwest Gun, by Walter S. Dunn, Jr., 44-45

Hult, Lost Mines and Treasures of the Pacific Northwest, by Francis D. Haines, Jr., 45-46

Larrison, Owyhee: The Life of a Northern Desert, by Melville H. Hatch, 46

George, Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House, by George A. Frykman, 46-47

Reader's Scrapbook, compiled by Ronald Todd, 47-48

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