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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 50 Number 4 (October 1959)


Council on Regional Historical Research In Progress: Papers and commentaries read at the Portland meeting, 1959

            Artificial Propagation of Salmon in Oregon, 1875-1910. Gordon B. Dodds, 125-33

            Comment by Clark Brooke, 133-34

            Grant's Indian Peace Policy on the Yakima Reservation, 1870-82. Robert L. Whitner, 135-43

            Comment by William N. Bischoff, S.J., 144-55

            The Jacksonville Cannonball: The History of the Rogue River Valley Railway, 1890-1925. Francis D. Haines, Jr., 155-56

The University of Washington Press. Catherine Royer, 157-60


Clark, Frontier America, by W. N. Davis, Jr., 160-61

McKeown, Come to Our Salmon Feast, by David French, 161

Fey and McNickle, Indians and Other Americans, by Melville Jacobs, 161-62

Jessett, ed., Reports and Letters of  Herbert Beaver, 1836-1838, by Clifford M. Drury, 162

Barker, ed., The McLoughlin Empire and Its Rulers, by Kenneth Wiggins Porter, 162-63

McDonald, Search for the Northwest Passage, by Elsie Stewart Ogden, 163-64

Toole, Montana: An Uncommon Land, by Merrill G. Burlingame, 164

Rosebush, Frontier Steel, by John W. Pomeroy, 164-65

Lyons, Thrills and Spills of a Cowboy Rancher, by J. Orin Oliphant, 165-66

Block, Great Train Robberies of the West, by Jonas A. Jonasson, 166

Stevens, Green Power, by Lawrence Rakestraw, 166-67

Warren, Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression, by John D. Hicks, 167

Jones, Boundary Town, by Malcolm Brown, 167-68

Lower, Canadians in the Making, by K. A. MacKirdy, 168-69

Snyder, ed., Detachment and the Writing of History: Essays and Letters of Carl L. Becker, by W. Stull Holt, 169-70

Thomas, The Liberal Party in Alberta, by W. L. Morton, 170

Reader's Scrapbook, compiled by Ronald Todd, 170-71

Washington State Historical Society Acquisitions, 172

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