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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 66 Number 3 (July 1975)


ARTICLES

The Frederick Law Olmstead Plan for Tacoma. Norman J. Johnston

President Harding Visits Seattle. Robert E. Ficken

Moses Alexander and the Idaho Lumber Strike of 1917: The Wartime Ordeal of a Progressive. Hugh T. Lovin

Anna Louise Strong and the Search for a Good Cause. David C. Duke


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Pelz, Race to Pearl Harbor: The Failure of the Second London Naval Conference and the Onset of World War II, by Charles DeBendetti

Paterson, Soviet-American Confrontations: Postwar Reconstruction and the Origins of the Cold War, by Robert A. Divine

Browning, Fisheries of the North Pacific: Species, Gear & Processes, by Norman H. Clark

Gibbs, West Coast Lighthouses, by Keith A. Murray

Ketcham, From Colony to Country: The Revolution in American Thought, by Lewis O. Saum

Manuel and Posluns, The Fourth World: An Indian Reality, by E. Palmer Patterson

Hughes, Eskimo Boyhood: AN Autobiography in Psychosocial Perspective, by Ted C. Hinckley

Lingenfelter, The Hardrock Miners: A History of the Mining Labor Movement in the American West, 1863-1893, by Joseph R. Conlin

Bartlett, Nature's Yellowstone, by Michael P. Malone

Culp, Stations West: The Story of the Oregon Railways, by Eloise Ebert

Ruby and Brown, Ferryboats on the Columbia River, Including the Bridges and Dams, by Bruce Mitchell

Hull, Soules, and Soules, Vancouver's Past, by Carl Solberg

Argersinger, Populism and Politics: William Alfred Peffer and the People's Party, by Karel D. Bicha

Lisio, The President and Protest: Hoover, Conspiracy and the Bonus Riot, by Jordan A. Schwarz

Heine, Micronesia at the Crossroads: A Reappraisal of the Micronesian Political Dilemma, by Donald D. Johnson


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor


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