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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 63 Number 1 (January 1972)


ARTICLES

Russian America in 1833: The Survey of Kirill Khlebnikov. James R. Gibson

Black Man in White Town. Thomas C. Hogg

Borah and the Kellogg-Briand Pact. Charles DeBenedetti


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Clark, Mill Town: A Social History of Everett, Washington, by Roger Daniels

Robinson, Life in California During a Residence of Several Years in that Territory; Burnett, Recollections and Opinions of an Old Pioneer; Ellison, California and the Nation, 1850-1869; Williams, History of the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1851, by W. N. Davis, Jr.

Rogin and Shover, Political Change in California: Critical Elections and Social Movements, 1890-1966, by Earl Pomeroy

Tompkins, Anti-Imperialism in the United States, by H. Wayne Morgan

Stone, The Irreconcilables: The Fight Against the League of Nations, by Paul S. Holbo

Clinch, Urban Populism and Free Silver in Montana, by David B. Griffiths

Wilson, The Commoner: William Jennings Bryan, by Lewis L. Gould

Winters, Henry Cantwell Wallace as Secretary of Agriculture, 1921-1924, James H. Shideler

Kirschner, City and Country: Rural Responses to Urbanization in the 1920s, by Donald R. McCoy

Hirshfield, The Lost Reform: The Campaign for Compulsory Health Insurance in the United States from 1932 to 1943, by Gerald D. Nash

Rogers, ed., Change in Alaska: People, Petroleum, and Politics, by Morgan Sherwood

Berney, Tax Structure Variations in the State of Washington, by George W. Scott

Aoki, Nez Perce Grammar, by Michael Silverstein

Kaplan, ed., Individuality and the New Society, by Raymond Muse


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Hazel Emery Mills


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