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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 79 Number 1 (January 1988)


ARTICLES

The Origins of the Central Oregon Range War of 1904. Jeffrey Ostler

Billy Sunday in Spokane: Revivalism and Social Control. Dale E. Soden

Qui Si Sana: Finding Health on Lake Crescent. Richard H. Engeman

Oregon Clergy and Indian War in the Northwest: Home Missionary Correspondence, 1855-1857. Edited by Patricia E. Karlberg and Robert H. Keller


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Stromquist, A Generation of Boomers, by W. Thomas White

Pellegrini, American Dream, by Andrew Rolle

Papanikolas, Emilia-Emily; Yoryis-George, by Robert Alan Goldberg

Conlin, Bacon, Beans, and Galantines, by Clark C. Spence

Athearn, The Mythic West in Twentieth-Century America, by Earl Pomeroy

Gordan, Authorized by No Law, by Gordon Morris Bakken

Fahey, The Kalispel Indians, by Clifford E. Trafzer

Gowers, Emily Carr, by Victoria Wyatt

Allen, Homesteading the High Desert, by William G. Robbins

McCarthy, The Last Chance Canal Company, by Hugh T. Lovin

Cole, ed., The Alaska Journal, 1986, by Thomas G. Smith

Trafzer and Scheuerman, Renegade Tribe, by Kent D. Richards

Bockstoce, Whales, Ice, and Men, by Barbara Leibhardt

Runte, National Parks, 2d ed., by Stephen J. Pyne

Mighetto, ed., Muir among the Animals, by James Penick

Fixico, Termination and Relocation, by Patricia K. Ourada

Webb, The Last Frontier, by Robin Fisher

Clary, Timber and the Forest Service, by Richard W. Judd

Bordin, Francis Willard, by Sandra L. Myres

McBeath and Morehouse, eds., Alaska, by Ted C. Hinckley

Peltier, Black Harris, by Stephen Dow Beckham


Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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