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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 78 Number 4 (October 1987)


ARTICLES

The Carey Act in Idaho, 1895-1925: An Experiment in Free Enterprise Reclamation. Hugh T. Lovin

The Historian as Literary Craftsman: The West of Ivan Doig. William G. Robbins

Curtis and the Whale. George I. Quimby

Controlling the Periphery: The Territorial Administration of the Yukon and Alaska, 1867-1959. Ken Coates


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Fortuine with Trautmann, The Alaska Diary of Adelbert von Chamisso, Naturalist on the Kotzebue Voyage, 1815-1818, by William Cronon

Pyle, Wintergreen, by Carlos A. Schwantes

Gardner, ed., Redefining the Past, by Edward M. Bennett

Kenzer, ed., Carl O. Sauer, by Dauril Alden

Schoenberg, A History of the Catholic Church in the Pacific Northwest, 1743-1983, by Dale E. Soden

Working Lives Collective, Working Lives, by Robert A. Campbell

Kirschner, The Paradox of Professionalism, by Richard M. Abrams

Niven, The American President Lines and Its Forebears, 1848-1984, by William J. Williams

Graham, Keepers of the Light; idem, Lights of the Inside Passage, by W. Kaye Lamb

Sandoval with Larson and Roripaugh, Historic Ranches of Wyoming, by Sherry L. Smith

Hennings, James D. Phelan and the Wilson Progressives of California, by Roger Daniels

Starr, ed., Russia's American Colony; Müller, Bering's Voyages, trans. Urness; and Blee, Wine, Yaman and Stone, by Richard A. Pierce


Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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