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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 69 Number 1 (January 1978)


ARTICLES

Sawmilling on Grays Harbor in the Twenties: A Personal Reminiscence. Egbert S. Oliver

Montana Politics at the Crossroads, 1932-1933. Michael P. Malone

James Madison Alden: A Yankee Artist in Washington Territory, 1854. George I. Quimby


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Sinclair, Nahi'ena'ena, Sacred Daughter of Hawai'i; Loomis, For Whom Are the Stars? by Donald D. Johnson

Haines, The Plains Indians, by Robert G. Athearn

Palmquist, With Nature's Children, by Dennis Andersen

Smith, ed., Lady Franklin Visits the Pacific Northwest, by Margaret A. Ormsby

Loewenberg, Equality on the Oregon Frontier, by Robert W. Johannsen

Ray, The Eskimos of Bering Strait, 1650-18989, by Morgan Sherwood

Rasmussen, ed., Agriculture in the United States, by Homer E. Socolofsky

Schob, Hired Hands and Plowboys; Cogswell, Tenure, Nativity and Age as Factors in Iowa Agriculture, Vernon Carstensen

Spence, Territorial Politics and Government in Montana, 1864-89, by Merrill G. Burlingame

Martin, James J. Hill and the Opening of the Northwest, by Frank F. Conlon

Rusco, "Good Time Coming? Black Nevadans in the Nineteenth Century, by James Abajian

Thelen Robert M. La Follette and the Insurgent Spirit, by Robert S. Maxwell

Auerbach, Unequal Justice, by Arval A. Morris

Buchholtz, Man in Glacier, by Richard B. Roeder

Woodall, Magnificent Derelicts, by Merle Wells

Martin, Adlai Stevenson of Illinois, by Martin V. Melosi

Dawson, Nuclear Power, by Thomas L. Hankins

Miller, Photographer of a Frontier, by Robert D. Monroe

Belknap, The University of Oregon Charter, The Blue Ribbon University, and Henry Villard and the University of Oregon, by G. Thomas Edwards

Farrow, Nobody Here But Us, by Janet Cauthers

Young, Black Power and Hand Steel, by Mark Wyman


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor


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