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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 69 Number 3 (July 1978)


ARTICLES

Murder on Shaw Island. Andrew Hilen

Idaho and the "Reds," 1919-1926. Hugh T. Lovin

The Toledo Incident: The Deportation of the Nikkei from an Oregon Mill Town. Stefan Tanaka

The One Big Union in Washington. David Jay Bercuson


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

May, The Enlightenment in America, by Lewis O. Saum

Miller and Steffen, eds., The Frontier, by Ray Allen Billington

Shover, First Majority—Last Minority, by Don S. Kirschner

Linden, Politics or Principle, by Mark E. Nackman

Trennert, Alternative to Extinction, by Robert L. Whitner

Goodwyn, Democratic Promise, by Gilbert C. Fite

Bicha, Western Populism, by Ronald J. Fahl

Schulzinger, The Making of the Diplomatic Mind, by Keith L. Nelson

Nash, The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945, by Eckard V. Toy, Jr.

Montana Historical Society Staff, comps. and eds., Not in Precious Metals Alone, by Michael P. Malone

Ormsby, ed., A Pioneer Gentlewoman in British Columbia, by David McNab

Williamson and Gibbs, Maritime Memories of Puget Sound, by Howard A. Droker

Wood, Across the Olympic Mountains and Men, Mules and Mountains, by Richard C. Berner

Covert, A Point of Pride, by Gordon B. Dodds


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor


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