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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 63 Number 2 (April 1972)


The Condition of the Orthodox Church in Russian America: Innokentii Veniaminov's History of the Russian Church in Alaska. trans. and ed., Robert Nichols & Robert Croskey

The Rise of John Adams Kingsbury. Arnold S. Rosenberg

"I Chopped Wood": George M. Pilcher on the Yukon. William R. Hunt

Josiah Royce, Philosopher of Community: An Essay Review. Earl Pomeroy


Lieberman, The Scorpion and the Tarantula: The Struggle to Control Atomic Weapons, by Thomas L. Hankins

Fischer, Historians' Fallacies: Toward a Logic of Historical Thought, by Ray Ginger

Strathern, comp., Navigations, Traffiques & Discoveries, 1774-1848: A Guide to Publications Relating to the Area Now British Columbia, by Robin W. Winks

Bray, ed., Journals of Joseph N. Nicollet, by William E. Lass

Delmatier et al., eds., Rumble of California Politics, 1848-1970, by John L. Shover

Hammond, Sovereignty and an Empty Purse: Banks and Politics in the Civil War, by James A. Rawley

Adler, British Investment in American Railways, 1831-1898, by W. Turrentine Jackson

Gatewood, Jr., Theodore Roosevelt and the Art of Controversy, by Walker Rumble

Parrish, Securities Regulation and the New Deal, by Vincent P. Carosso

Heald, Social Responsibilities of Business: Company and Community, 1900-1960, by Jim F. Heath

Griffith, Politics of Fear: Joseph R. McCarthy and the Senate, by Allen Yarnell

Ambrose, The Supreme Commander: The War Years of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, by Maclyn P. Burg

Lantis, ed., Ethnohistory in Southwestern Alaska and the Southern Yukon: Method and Content, by Robert J. Theodoratus

National Academy of Science, Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964: Human Ecology, by Lawrence B. Lee

Miller, Railroads and the Granger Laws, by John D. Hicks

Schwarz, The Interregnum of Despair: Hoover, Congress, and the Depression, by John D. Hicks

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Hazel Emery Mills

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