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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 79 Number 3 (July 1988)


ARTICLES

William O. Douglas: Of a Man and His Mountains. James G. Newbill

Washington State and Tribal Sovereignty: A 1979 Debate on Indian Law. Edited by Robert H. Keller, Jr.

"I'll Wreck the Town If It Will Give Employment": Portland in the Hoover Years of the Depression. William H. Mullins


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

MacDonald, Distant Neighbors, by John Findlay

Nichols, ed., American Frontier and Western Issues, by Richard W. Etulain

Gillenkirk and Motlow, Bitter Melon, by Gunther Barth

Samek, The Blackfoot Confederacy, 1880-1920, by Brian W. Dippie

Nolan, A Guide to the Manuscript Collections in the Eastern Washington State Historical Society, by Karyl Winn

Bakken, Rocky Mountain Constitution Making, 1850-1912, Kenneth N. Owens

Meine, Aldo Leopold, by Lisa Mighetto

McKinney, Reach of Tide, Ring of History, by Michael Allen

Masumoto, Country Voices, by Roger Daniels

Lowenstein, The Jews of Oregon, 1850-1950, by Terry A. Cooney

Stuart, Nation within a Nation, by William R. Swagerty

Corey, ed., Faces, Voices, and Dreams, by Douglas Cole


Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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