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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 50 Number 3 (July 1959)


ARTICLES

Oregon's Romantic Rebels: John Reed and Charles Erskine Scott Wood. Edwin R. Bingham, 77-90

Ruth Rover's Cup of Sorrow. Herbert B. Nelson, 91-98

The Appointment of Henry Suzzallo: The University of Washington Gets a President. Jack Van de Wetering, 99-107

British Columbia and the Near East Crisis, 1922. J. C. M. Ogelsby, 108-14


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Bullitt, To Be a Politician, by Peter H. Odegard, 115-16

Drury, ed., Diaries and Letters of Henry H. Spalding and Asa Bowen Smith Relating to the Nez Perce Mission, 1838-1842, by Dell Skeels, 116

Guthrie, The State University: Its Function and Its Future, by Jerome M. Clubb, 116-17

Ormsby, British Columbia: A History, by Edith Dobie, 117-18

Carrighar, Moonlight at Midday, by Jeannette P. Nichols, 118

Mowry, The Era of Theodore Roosevelt, 1900-1912, by Thomas J. Pressly, 118-19

Curti, The Making of an American Community, by Stanley Elkins, 119-20

Arrington, The Great Basin Kingdom: An Economic History of the Latter-day Saints, 1830-1900, by M. I. Reeder, 120-21

Ross, Jonathan Prentiss Dolliver: A Study in Political Integrity and Independence, by John D. Hicks, 121-22


Reader's Scrapbook, compiled by Ronald Todd, 122-23

University of Washington Library Notes, 123-24


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