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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 53 Number 2 (April 1962)


ARTICLES

J. Allen Smith, A Pacific Northwest Progressive. Thomas C. McClintock, 49-59

The Ku Klux Klan in Tillamook, Oregon. Eckard V. Toy, Jr., 60-64

Genesis and Development of a Regional Power Agency in the Pacific Northwest, 1933-43. Herman C. Voeltz, 65-76

A Pioneer Scientist in the Far North: George Davidson and the Development of Alaska. Morgan B. Sherwood, 77-80


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Hamer, ed., Guide to Archives and Manuscripts in the United States, by Richard C. Berner, 80-81

Dodds, ed., Pygmy Monopolists: Life and Doings of R. D. Hume, by Lawrence Rakestraw, 81

Berry, Majority of Scoundrels, by Oscar Osburn Whitner, 81-82

Brown, ed., Pawnee, Blackfoot, and Cheyenne, by James R. Hanks, 82

Stewart, ed., March of the Montana Column, by Robert L. Whitner, 82-83

La Violette, Struggle for Survival, by Frederica de Laguna, 83-84

Morley, Vancouver: From Milltown to Metropolis, by Norbert MacDonald, 84

Russ, The Hawaiian Republic (1894-98), by Charles H. Hunter, 84-85

Judd, Dr. Judd, Hawaii's Friend, by Merze Tate, 85

Strand, Jurisdictional Disputes in Construction, by Melvyn Dubofsky, 85-86

Smith, Coeur d'Alene Mining War of 1892, by Siegfried B. Rolland, 86


Reader's Scrapbook, compiled by Ronald Todd, 87-88


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