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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 74 Number 3 (July 1983)


ARTICLES

Lute Pease of the Pacific Monthly. Jane Apostol

Washington Coastal Indian Villages, 1907: The Photographs of Albert Henry Barnes. Carolyn J. Marr

Washington, the State: A Bibliography. David L. Nicandri

Burlington Northern and the Legacy of Mount St. Helens. Alfred Runte

The Relocation of Alaska's Japanese Residence. Claus-M. Naske


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Daniels, Concentrations Camps: North America; Sunahara, The Politics of Racism, by Robert C. Sims

Woodbridge, Building Through Time, by Claire Bishop

Papanikolas, Buried Unsung, by Joseph R. Conlin

Ronald, The New West of Edward Abbey, by Harold P. Simonson

Callaway, Montana's Righteous Hangmen, ed. Callaway, Jr., by Larry R. Gerlach

Pyne, Fire in America, by Richard White

Tsutakawa and Lau, eds., Turning Shadows into Light, by Roger Daniels

Coan, James Graham Cooper, by Kent D. Richards

An Author's Rejoinder, by Mick Gidley

Dyson, Red Harvest, by Carlos A. Schwantes

Niebur with Fell, Jr., Arthur Redman Wifley, by William S. Greever

Green, The Boundary Hunters, by Morgan Sherwood

Simon, ed., The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, Vols. 9 and 10, by Robert W. Johannsen

Cravens, ed., Ideas in America's Cultures, by Lewis O. Saum

Williams, Trapline Outlaw, by Jean Friesen

Katz, Doucet, and Stern, The Social Organization of Early Industrial Capitalism, by Janice L. Reiff

Righter, Crucible for Conservation, by Douglas H. Strong

Den Otter, Civilizing the West, by Margaret W. Andrews

Ruby and Brown, Indians of the Pacific Northwest, by George P. Castile


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Nancy Pryor


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