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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 69 Number 2 (April 1978)


ARTICLES

Emmons of Alaska. David E. Conrad

George Bronson Rea: From Old China Hand to Apologist for Japan. Frederick B. Hoyt

A John Parkinson Album. Dennis A. Andersen

Progress and Piety: The Ku Klux Klan and Social Change in Tillamook, Oregon. William Toll


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Dmytryshyn and Crownhart-Vaughan, Colonial Russian America, by Richard A. Pierce

Walker, ed., American Studies, by Lewis O. Saum

Haites, Mak, and Walton, Western River Transportation, by Thomas D. Clark

Nackman, A Nation within a Nation, by Seymour V. Conner

Reps, Cities on Stone, by Norman J. Johnston

Stanton, The Great United States Exploring Expedition of 1838-1842, by Donald D. Johnson

Dippie, Custer's Last Stand, by Merrill G. Burlingame

Smith and Kvasnicka, eds., Indian-White Relations, by Kenneth Wiggins Porter

Bischoff, ed., We Were Not Summer Soldiers, by Kent D. Richards

Bertino, The Scissorbills, by Richard B. Roeder

Grant and Purcell, eds., Years of Struggle, by Gilbert C. Fite

McClelland, R. A. Long's Planned City, by Thomas R. Cox

Holm and Reid, Indian Art of the Northwest Coast, by Laurence C. Thompson and M. Terry Thompson

Shumate, The California of George Gordon, by Rudolph M. Lapp

Blocker, Retreat from Reform, by John C. Burnham

Ramsay, trans., Pierce, ed., Documents on the History of the Russian-American Company, by Marvin W. Falk

Paul, ed., The Homestead Cookbook, by Keith A. Murray and Shirley J. Murray


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor


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