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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 68 Number 4 (October 1977)


ARTICLES

A Makah Epic Journey: Oral History and Documentary Sources. Eric Blinman, Elizabeth Colson, and Robert Heizer

The Control of Urban School Boards during the Progressive Era: A Reconsideration. William J. Reese

"The Boys' War": A Study in Frontier Racial Conflict, Journalism, and Folk History. Kenneth Wiggins Porter


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Hunt, Arctic Passage, by Ted C. Hinckley

Rossiter, The Emergence of Agricultural Science, by Vernon Carstensen

Sale, Seattle: Past to Present, by Norman Clark

Brown, Strain of Violence, by John Caughey

Malone and Roeder, Montana: A History of Two Centuries, by J. Leonard Bates

Abbott, Colorado: A History of the Centennial State, by Robert C. Sims

Sewell, Ballots for Freedom, by Michael Fellman

Haley, The Buffalo War, by Richard N. Ellis

Houghton, A Trace of Desert Waters, by Donald J. Pisani

Karlin, Joseph M. Dixon of Montana, by Richard T. Ruetten

Marlatt, ed., Steveston Recollected, by Howard H. Sugimoto

Healy, Gunboat Diplomacy in the Wilson Era, by Robert E. Bunselmeyer

Remley, Crooked Road, by Claus-M. Naske

Gunther, The Permanent Collection, by J. V. Powell

Smith, ed., The Reminiscences of Doctor John Sebastian Helmcken, by David McNab

Smyly and Smyly, The Totem Poles of Skedans; Duff, Images: Stones: B.C., by Harry J. Calkins

Drury, Nine Years with the Spokane Indians, by J. Orin Oliphant


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor


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