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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 62 Number 2 (April 1971)


Urban Reformers in the Progressive Era: A Reassessment. Otis A. Pease

British Policy in the San Juan Boundary Dispute, 1854–72. Barry M. Gough

The Early History of the Palouse River and Its Names. Albert W. Thompson

The Million-Dollar Corner: The Development of Downtown Spokane, 1890-1920. John Fahey


Coletta, William Jennings Bryan, Volume III, Political Puritan, 1915-1925¸ by John Milton Cooper, Jr.

Gardner, Architects of Illusion: Men and Ideas in American Foreign Policy, 1941-1949, by Edward M. Bennett

Pethick, James Douglas, Servant of Two Empires, by E. P. Patterson

Bernstein, Turbulent Years: A History of the American Worker, 1933-1941, by Roger Daniels

Karnes, William Gilpin, Western Nationalist, by John Dressler

Spence, Mining Engineers & the American West: The Lace-Boot Brigade, 1849-1933, by Merle W. Wells

Bloom, comp. and ed., Territorial Papers of the United States: Vol. 27, Territory of Wisconsin: Executive Journal, 1836-1848; Papers, 1836-1839, by Alice E. Smith

Smythe, The Conquest of Arid America, by Mary W. M. Hargreaves

Swain, Wilderness Defender: Horace M. Albright and Conservation¸ by Lawrence B. Lee

Manners, TR and Will: A Friendship that Split the Republican Party, by Horace Samuel Merrill

Link et al, eds., Papers of Woodrow Wilson, Vol. 7, 1890-1892, Vol. 8, 1892-1894, by David A. Shannon

Gregory, Walter Hines Page: Ambassador to the Court of St. James's, by Lawrence E. Gelfand

Young, ed., Adventure in Politics: The Memoirs of Philip LaFollette, by John D. Hicks

Williams, Huey Long, by Joseph G. Tregle, Jr.

Dyck and Krosby, eds., Empire and Nations: Essays in Honour of Frederic H. Soward, by Norbert MacDonald

Ballou, The Building of the House: Houghton Mifflin's Formative Years, by C. E. Cuningham

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Hazel Emery Mills

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