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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 61 Number 3 (July 1970)


ARTICLES

Decision at Colstrip: The Northern Pacific Railway's Open-Pit Mining Operation. William B. Evans and Robert L. Peterson

The Bureau of Reclamation and the New Deal, 1933-1940. Donald C. Swain

Pension Politics in Washington State, 1948. Allen Yarnell

Military Aid to Civil Power in British Columbia: The Labor Strikes at Wellington and Steveston, 1890, 1900. Peter Guy Silverman

An Indian Manifesto: An Essay Review. Merle W. Wells


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Bond, Jr., Gold Hunter: The Adventures of Marshall Bond, by Franklin Walker

Spicer et al., Impounded People: Japanese-Americans in the Relocation Centers, by S. Frank Miyamoto

Clanton, Kansas Populism: Ideas and Men, by John D. Hicks

Broadhead, Preserving Populist: The Life of Frank Doster, by W. T. K. Nugent

Keim, Aghvook, White Eskimo: Otto Geist and Alaskan Archaeology, by Albert Heinrich

Patty, North Country Challenge, by Ted C. Hinckley

Roy, Seaforth Highlanders of Canada, 1919-1965, by Jon M. Bridgman

Ewers, Indian Life on the Upper Missouri, by W. Raymond Wood

Montague, Lewis and Clark College, 1867-1967, by Oscar Osburn Winther

Barrow and Evans, Green Gold Harvest; Clark, 18 Men and a Horse, by Keith A. Murray

Findlay, Jr., Dwight L. Moody, by Ray Ginger

Larson, Bill Nye's Western Humor, by Richard W. Etulain

Leary, ed., Mark Twain's Correspondence with Henry Huttleston Rogers, 1893-1909; Blair, ed., Mark Twain's Hannibal, Huck & Tom; Gibson, ed., Mark Twain's Mysterious Stranger Manuscripts, by E. H. Eby

Scheiber, Ohio Canal Era, by Vernon Carstensen

Simon, ed., Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, Vol. 2, by Robert W. Johannsen

Morgan, The California Syndrome, by H. Brett Melendy

Post, Etiquette, Replica Edition; Emily Post's Etiquette, 12th Revised Edition, by Dwight E. Robinson and Dennis F. Strong

O'Neill, Everyone Was Brave, by T. A. Larson

Jones, Records of a Nation, by Richard C. Berner

Pickens, Eugenics and the Progressives, by Hamilton Cravens

Bailey, Liberalism in the New South, by Robert C. Bannister, Jr.

Fowler, British-American Relations, 1917-1929, by L. E. Gelfand

Zieger, Republicans and Labor, 1919-1929, by William George Whittaker

Bode, Mencken, by Richard Lowitt

Sandburg, Chicago Race Riots, July 1919, by Jimmie L. Franklin

Hutchmacher, Senator Robert F. Wagner and the Rise of Urban Liberalism, by Otis L. Graham, Jr.

Stromer, The Making of a Political Leader: Kenneth S. Wherry ant the United States Senate, by James T. Patterson

McClure, The Truman Administration and the Problems of Postwar Labor, 1945-1948, by Jim F. Heath

Rader, False Witness, by Harold M. Hyman


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Hazel Emery Mills


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