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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 55 Number 1 (January 1964)


ARTICLES

The Other Catholic Candidate: The 1928 Presidential Bid of Thomas J. Walsh. Paul A. Carter, 1-8

Charles M. Gates Memorial Award, 8

The Montana Woman's Suffrage Campaign, 1911-14, Ronald Schaffer, 9-14

The Progressives of Washington, 1910-12. William T. Kerr, Jr., 16-27

Legislative Power to Amend Initiatives in Washington State. Gordon E. Baker, 28-35

The Nez Perce and Their War. Merle W. Wells, 35-37


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Ridge, Ignatius Donnelly: The Portrait of a Politician, by Horace Samuel Merrill, 15

Pease, editor, The Progressive Years: The Spirit of Achievement of American Reform, by Keith A. Murray, 27

Beal, "I Will Fight No More Forever," by Richard A. Bartlett, 38

Wiltsey, Brave Warriors, by Robert G. Athearn, 38-39

Haines, Appaloosa: The Spotted Horse in Art and History, by Walker D. Wyman, 39-40

VanStone, Point Hope: An Eskimo Village in Transition, by Robert F. Spencer, 40

Salisbury, Quoth the Raven: A Little Journey into the Primitive, by Viola E. Garfield, 40-41

Stewart, The California Trail: An Epic with Many Heroes, by W. N. Davis, Jr., 41

Paul, Mining Frontiers of the Far West, 1848-1880, by Merle W. Wells, 41-42

Morgan, Westward Tilt: The American West Today, by Earl Pomeroy, 42

Morgan, editor, The Gilded Age: A Reappraisal, by Elmo R. Richardson, 43-44

Cole, Senator Gerald P. Nye and American Foreign Relations, by Warren I. Cohen, 44

Bjork, editor, Norwegian-American Studies, Volume 21, by Peter J. Ristuben, 44-45


Reader's Scrapbook, compiled by Ernestine Brown, 45-47


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