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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 62 Number 3 (July 1971)


ARTICLES

Robert LaFollette's Leadership, 1891-1896: The Old and New Politics and the Dilemma of the Progressive Politician. David P. Thelen

The Centralia Incident and the Pamphleteers. Donald A. MacPhee

Northwest Bibliography from Dall to Lada-Mocarski. William R. Hunt


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Cooley and Wandesforde-Smith, eds., Congress and the Environment, by Donald C. Swain

Schruben, Kansas in Turmoil, 1930-1936, by Ben Procter

Easton, Max Brand: The Big "Westerner," by Bill Gulick

Massa, Vachel Lindsay: Field Worker fro the American Dream, Kermit Vanderbilt

Shatraw, Thrashin' Time: Memories of a Montana Boyhood, by Thomas A. Clinch

Nash, Stormy Petrel: The Life and Times of General Benjamin F. Butler, 1818-1893. by John G. Sproat

Haines, The Buffalo, by Merrill G. Burlingame

Johnson, Flathead and Kootenay: The Rivers, the Tribes and the Region's Traders, by Deward E. Walker, Jr.

Lamb, trans., and Lamb ed., Gabriel Franchère's Journal of a Voyage on the North West Coast of North America during the Years 1811, 1812, 1813, and 1814, by Herman J. Deutsch

Weinstein, Prelude to Populism: Origins of the Silver Issue, 1867-187, by Glenn Linden

Gressley, ed., Bostonians and Bullion: The Journal of Robert Livermore, 1892-1915, by Rodman W. Paul

Merritt, Engineering in American Society, 1850-1875, by Hamilton Cravens

Murray, The Harding Era: Warren G. Harding and His Administration, by David H. Stratton

Ekirch, Ideologies and Utopias: The Impact of the New Deal on American Thought, by Richard Polenberg

Draper, Rediscovery of Black Nationalism, by Rudolph M. Lapp

Lyons, Salmon, Our Heritage: The Story of a Province and an Industry, by N. H. Clark

Wade, ed., Regionalism in the Canadian Community, 1867-1967: Canadian Historical Association Centennial Seminars, by L. G. Thomas


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Hazel Emery Mills


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