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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 77 Number 1 (January 1986)


ARTICLES

A Question of Leadership: Thomas Franklin Kane and the University of Washington, 1902-1913. Georgia Ann Kumor

Seattle's "Ditch": The Corps of Engineers and the Lake Washington Ship Canal. Robert E. Ficken

Blanche Payne, Scholar and Teacher: Her Career in Costume History. Diana Ryesky


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Miller and Eastman, eds., The Tsimshian and Their Neighbors of the North Pacific Coast, by Douglas Cole

Joesting, Kauai, by H. Brett Melendy

Ferriday, Last of the Handmade Buildings, by Gordon B. Dodds

Hale, ed., Danes in North America; Stafford and Naess, trans. and eds., On Both Sides of the Ocean, by Elise Krogstad

De Smet, New Indian Sketches, by Kent D. Richards

Petrich and Roje, The Yugoslav in Washington State, by George A. Frykman

Harris and Phillips, eds., Letters from Windermere, 1912-1914, by Patrick A. Dunae

Nash, The American West Transformed, by John M. Findlay

Riley, Women and Indians on the Frontier, 1825-1915, by Sherry L. Smith

Farr, The Reservation Blackfeet, 1882-1945¸ by Thomas F. Schilz

Robbins, American Forestry, by Michael Frome

Lillard, ed., Warriors of the North Pacific, by Kerry Abel

Buchholtz, Rocky Mountain National Park, by Alfred Runte

Montgomery, Liberated Women, and Glover, Reminiscences of James N. Glover, by John Fahey


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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