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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 73 Number 2 (April 1982)


With All Deliberate Caution: School Integration in Seattle, 1954-1968. Doris Pieroth

Bicentennial Histories of the Far Western States: An Essay Review. Earl Pomeroy

The Alaska Railroad and Coal: Development of a Federal Policy, 1914-1939. William H. Wilson

"The Early Morning of Yakima's Day of Greatness": The Yakima County Agricultural Boom of 1905-1911. G. Thomas Edwards


Hine, Community on the American Frontier, by William G. Robbins

Kerber, Women of the Republic; Norton, Liberty's Daughters, by Richard R. Johnson

Jackson, Thomas Jefferson and the Stony Mountains, by Jerome O. Steffen

Bone, ed., Oregon Cattlemen/Governor Congressmen, by Gerald Schwartz

Brooks, Speaking for Nature, by Claus-M. Naske

Daniel, The ACLU and the Wagner Act, by Albert F. Gunns

Connelly, The Response to Prostitution in the Progressive Era, by W. J. Rorabaugh

Dempsey, Red Crow, Warrior Chief, by Brian W. Dippie

Bordin, Woman and Temperance, by David J. Pivar

Scheffer, Adventures of a Zoologist, by William R. Hunt

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor

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