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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 76 Number 2 (April 1985)


Crime and Punishment in the Pacific Northwest Territories: A Bibliography Essay. Roland L. De Lorme

Creation of an Ethnic Community: Portland Jewry, 1851-1866. Scott Cline

Alaska's Connection: The Alcan Highway. Griffith H. Williams


Lowitt, The New Deal and the West, by F. Alan Coombs

Runte, Trains of Discovery, by H. Roger Grant

Ronda, Lewis and Clark among the Indians, by Lewis O. Saum

Dwyer, The Goldmark Case, by Jane Sanders

Dwyer and Lingenfelter, Lying on the Eastern Slope, by T. A. Larson

Hart and Nelson, Mining Town, by Albin J. Cofone

Gough, Gunboat Frontier, by Carl E. Solberg

Kuykendall, History of Garfield Country; Hogue, Kalhar, and Turner, Green Bluff's Heritage, by David H. Stratton

Falk, Alaskan Maps, by F. Patrick Fitzgerald

Cole, ed., Nome, "City of the Golden Beaches," by Mary Childers Mangusso

Henry, Early Maritime Artists of the Pacific Northwest Coast, 1741-1841, by Iris H. W. Ingstrand

Monkkonen, ed., Walking to Work, by John M. Findlay

Lovoll, The Promise of America, by James S. Olson

Fridlund, Two Fronts, by Carolyn L. Ferguson

Fish, Tracks, Tails, and Tales in Clallam Country, State of Washington, by Charles P. LeWarne

Bell, Last among Equals, by H. Brett Melendy

Simon-Smolinski, Journal 1862, by Michael Allen

Woodman, ed., Lieutenant Castner's Alaskan Exploration, 1898, by Morgan Sherwood

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman

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