Table of Contents
Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 52 Number 4 (October 1961)


ARTICLES

A Brief History of Pluviculture. Clark C. Spence, 129-38

Personalities in the Development of the Columbia Basin. Papers Read at the Walla Walla Meeting of the Council on Regional Historical Research in Progress

            Rufus Woods and Columbia River Development. Bruce Mitchell, 139-44

            The Battleground of National Irrigation. Click Relander, 144-50

            Comment on the Mitchell and Relander Papers. Arthur S. Taylor, 50-51

The Columbia Drainage Basin in Canada: A Bibliographical Essay. Bruce Peel, 152-54

The Origin of the Name Point No Point. Chloe Sutton, 155-56


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Kennedy, ed., The Assiniboines, by Kenneth N. Owens, 157-58

Nesbit, "He Built Seattle": A Biography of Judge Thomas Burke; Berner and Nesbit, Thomas Burke Papers, 1875-1925, by Robert E. Riegel, 158

Knight, Following the Indian Wars, by Martin Schmitt, 158-59

Bordwell, March of the Volunteers, by Norman Clark, 159

Birkeland, Echoes of Puget Sound, by Gordon Newell, 159-60

Marshall and Marshall, Pacific Voyages, by John Haskell Kemble, 160

Dawson, Coastal Cruising, by Robert B. Whitebrook, 160-61

Marti, Messenger of Destiny, by W. N. Davis, Jr., 161

Bloss, Pony Express—The Great Gamble, by Merrill G. Burlingame, 161-62

Ogden and Bone, Washington Politics, by Ronald E. Chinn, 162

Elmendorf, The Structure of Twana Culture, by Kathrine and David French, 162-63

Lambert, House of the Seven Brothers, by Melville Jacobs, 163

Donald, Charles Sumner and the Coming of the Civil War, by Frank Otto Gatell, 163-64

Thomson, Alexander Mackenzie, by Edith Dobie, 164

Reid, Source-Book of Canadian History; Large, Prince Rupert; Stanley, Birth of Western Canada, Underhill, In Search of Canadian Liberalism, by K. A. MacKirdy, 164-66


Reader's Scrapbook, compiled by Ronald Todd, 166-68


Previous Issue Table of Contents Home Next Issue
Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest