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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 66 Number 2 (April 1975)


ARTICLES

Chamberlain Hoel, Zealous Reformer. G. Thomas Edwards

Pulp, Paper, and Alaska. David C. Smith

Clark Kinsey's Logging Photographs

County Archives as a Resource for Regional Imprints Studies. George N. Belknap

Slavery and Scholarship: Some Problems of Evidence. Thomas J. Pressly and Harvey H. Chamberlin


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Drury, Marcus and Narcissa Whitman and the Opening of Old Oregon, by J. Orin Oliphant

Holmes, ed., History of Kamtschatka, by S. P. Krasheninnikov

Lotchin, San Francisco, 1846-1856, Rudolph M. Lapp

Tanner, A Mormon Mother: An Autobiography; Reid, Letters of Long Ago; Ellsworth, Dear Ellen: Two Mormon Women  and Their Letters, by Bruce D. Blumell

Haller and Haller, The Physician and Sexuality in Victorian America, by John W. Ormsby

Willis, ed., Chechacos All, by Patrick H. McLatchy

Hewitt, ed., Eye-Witnesses to Wagon Trains West, by Robert G. Athearn

Hill, Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1880, Robert C. Carriker

Jackson with Dassow, Handloggers, by Harold K. Steen

Beckham, ed., Tall Tales from Rogue River: The Yarns of Hathaway Jones, by G. Thomas Edwards

Tillotson, Legal Principles of Property Boundary Location on the Ground in the Public Land Survey States, by Thomas D. Clark

Roper, FLO: A Biography of Frederick Law Olmsted, by Norman J. Johnston

Gelb, So Short a Time: A Biography of John Reed and Louise Bryant, by Edwin R. Bingham

Lee, History of Regulatory Taxation, by Paul L. Murphy

Van Tine, The Making of the Labor Bureaucrat: Union Leadership in the United States, 1870-1920, by William George Whittaker

DaCapo-Israel Pacific Voyages, by William R. Hunt


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor


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