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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 73 Number 4 (October 1982)


Blacks and the Coal Mines of Western Washington, 1888-1896. Robert A. Campbell

The Midshipman's Revenge; Or, The Case of the Missing Islands. John Frazier Henry

The "Half-Catholic" Movement: Edwin and Myron Eells and the Rise of the Indian Shaker Church. George P. Castile

Mexican Labor in the Pacific Northwest, 1943-1947: A Photographic Essay. Erasmo Gamboa


Wilson, Arthur O. Lovejoy and the Quest for Intelligibility, by Lewis O. Saum

Cutright and Brodhead, Elliott Coues, by Fayette F. Krause

Foner, Women and the American Labor Movement, by Carlos A. Schwantes

Montana Historical Society, F. Jay Haynes, Photographer, by Lee Clark Mitchell

Ray, Aleut and Eskimo Art, by Nelson H. H. Graburn

Hilderbrand, Power and the People, by Betty Houchin Winfield

Hansen, Mormonism and the American Experience, by Gilman M. Ostrander

Pyne, Grove Karl Gilbert, by Thomas G. Manning

Hall, Blackman, and Rickard, Northwest Coast Indian Graphics, by Susan Cunningham and Marjorie Beckham

Van Syckle, They Tried to Cut It All; Pierre, When Timber Stood Tall, by Robert E. Ficken

Schivelbusch, The Railway Journey, trans. Hollo, by Frank F. Conlon

Lee, Reclaiming the American West, by Richard Lowitt

Nelson, Shadow of the Hunter, by Claus-M. Naske

Nakano, Within the Barbed Wire Fence, by Ann Gomer Sunahara

Weinstein, Woodrow Wilson, by David A. Shannon

McDonald, The Lake Washington Story; Hershman, Heikkala, and Tobin, Seattle's Waterfront, by James Warren

Bowden, American Indians and Christian Missions¸ by Margaret Connell Szasz

Dunae, Gentlemen Emigrants, by Lea Ehrlich

Malone, The Battle for Butte, by Mark Wyman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor

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