Table of Contents
Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 52 Number 1 (January 1961)


ARTICLES

The Frontier West as an Image of American Society, 1776-1860. Rush Welter, 1-6

Politics and the Oregon Compromise. Norman A. Graebner, 7-14

Elwood Evans, Lawyer-Historian. John MacEachern, 15-23

The Role of the Hudson's Bay Company in Pacific Northwest History. Keith A. Murray, 24-31

Danny Pierce's One-Man Show. Robert D. Monroe, 31-32


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Goodrich, Government Promotion of American Canals and Railroads, 1800-1890, by Paul W. Gates, 33

Barth, ed., All Quiet on the Yamhill, by Robert W. Johannsen, 33-34

Kemp, Without Fear, Favour, or Affection, by J. C. M. Ogelsby, 34

Clark, Movements of Political Protest in Canada, 1640-1840, by Margaret A. Ormsby, 34-35

Weintraub, Andrew Furuseth, Emancipator of the Seamen, by Siegfried B. Rolland, 35

Johnson, The Republican Party and Wendell Wilkie, by Robert E. Burke, 35-36

Robert H. Lowie, Ethnologist: A Personal Record, by K. E. Read, 35-37


Reader's Scrapbook, compiled by Ronald Todd, 37-39

U. of W. Library Manuscripts Collection, by Richard C. Berner, 39-40


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