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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 78 Number 3 (April 1987)


ARTICLES

Early Cuttermen in Alaskan Waters. Dennis L. Noble and Truman R. Strobridge

Industrial Violence in the Coeur d'Alene Mining District: The Visual Record. D. G. Thiessen and Carlos A. Schwantes

The Tragic Legend of Laura Law. Robert Saltvig

Frank Lloyd Wright in the Northwest: The Show, 1931. Donald Leslie Johnson


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Vanderbilt, American Literature and the Academy, by J. David Hoeveler, Jr.

McLoughlin, Cherokee Renascence in the New Republic, by Margaret Connell Szasz

Anderson, The Chief, by Lisa Mighetto

Steckler, Charles John Seghers, Priest and Bishop in the Pacific Northwest, 1839-1886, by David Mulhall

Milner and O'Neil, eds., Churchmen and the Western Indians, 1820-1920, by Jacqueline Peterson

Miles, comp., Something in Common—An IWW Bibliography, by Joseph R. Conlin

Nicandri, Northwest Chiefs, by Kent D. Richards

Shadbolt, Bill Reid, by Aldona Jonaitis

Larson, Populism in the Mountain West, by W. Thomas White

Dodds, The American Northwest, by Siegfried B. Rolland

Briley, Lonely Pedestrian, by Lewis O. Saum

Naske, Paving Alaska's Trails, by William H. Wilson

Riley, Inventing the American Woman, by Susan Armitage

Waldbauer, Grubstaking the Palouse, by John Fahey

Shields, On the Battle Lines, 1919-1939, by Hugh T. Lovin

Zanjani and Rocha, The Ignoble Conspiracy, by Herbert Shapiro

Giraud, The Métis in the Canadian West, trans. Woodcock, by J. R. Miller

Kelsey, Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo, by W. N. Davis, Jr.


Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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