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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 67 Number 4 (October 1976)


Pioneer Women in Southwestern Washington Territory: The Recollections of Susanna Maria Slover McFarland Price Ede. Edited by Barbara Baker Zimmerman and Vernon Carstensen

An Ohio Abolitionist in the Far West: Sidney Edgerton and the Opening of Montana, 1863-1866. James L. Thane, Jr.

Seattle Race Relations During the Second World War. Howard A. Droker


Kelly, Mother Was a Lady: Self and Society in Selected American Children's Periodicals, 1865-1890, by Anita Clair Fellman and Michael Fellman

LeWarne, Utopias on Puget Sound, 1885-1915, by Keith L. Murray

Whitaker, Feedlot Empire: Beef Cattle Feeding in Illinois and Iowa, 1840-1900, by Robert G. Dunbar

Twining, Downriver: Orrin H. Ingram and the Empire Lumber Company, by Robert S. Maxwell

Doughty, Feather Fashions and Bird Preservation: A Study in Nature Protection, by Lawrence B. Lee

Josephson, James T. Shotwell and the Rise of Internationalism in America, by Sondra R. Herman

Baldwin, ed., Embassy at War: Harold Joyce Noble, by Robert R. Simmons

Barzun, Clio and the Doctors: Psycho-History, Quanto-History and History, by Lewis O. Saum

Staniford, The Pattern of California History, by H. Brett Melendy

Furner, Advocacy and Objectivity: A Crisis in the Professionalization of American Social Science, 1865-1905, by Benjamin G. Rader

Stenzel, James Madison Alden: Yankee Artist of the Pacific Coast, 1854-1860, by Ben Proctor

Lindquist, An Immigrant's American Odyssey: A Biography of Ernst Skarstedt, by Walter Johnson

Hunt, North of 53º: The Wild Days of the Alaska-Yukon Mining Frontier, 1870-1914, by Frank E. Buske

Guberlet, The Windows to His World: The Story of Trevor Kincaid, by Arthur Svihla

Harker, The Dukes, by R. H. Roy

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor

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