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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 77 Number 2 (April 1986)


The Labbe Affair and Prohibition Enforcement in Portland. Kenneth D. Rose

Perceptions of Violence on the Wageworkers' Frontier: An American-Canadian Comparison. Carlos A. Schwantes

Electric Streetcars in Seattle: The Lawton Gowey Photograph Collection. Richard H. Engeman

Two Letters on the Spokane Free Speech Fight: A Document Note. Edited by Gregory R. Woirol


Marchand, Advertising the American Dream, by Don S. Kirschner

Cole, Captured Heritage, by George Pierre Castile

Garrison, The Making of a Range, by Alfred Runte

Koert, The Lyric Singer, by Karen Anderson

Creese, The Crowning of the American Landscape, by Norman J. Johnston

Rydell, All the World's a Fair, by John M. Findlay

Drury, My Road from Yesterday, by Edwin R. Bingham

Twining, Phil Weyerhaeuser, Lumberman, by John Fahey

Rowley, U.S. Forest Service Grazing and Rangelands, by William G. Robbins

Coffman, The Old Army, by Sherry L. Smith

Johannsen, To the Halls of Montezumas, by Rush Welter

Bailey, The Grains, ed. Leasher and Frank, by Harold P. Simonson

Butler, Daughters of Joy, Sisters of Misery, by Vernon Carstensen

Wunder, ed., Working the Range, by Thomas D. Isern

Wunder, ed., At Home on the Range, by Ben Procter

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman

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