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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 79 Number 4 (October 1988)


ARTICLES

Two Roads to Conversion: Protestant and Catholic Missionaries in the Pacific Northwest. Francis Paul Prucha

Hill's Dream Realized: The Burlington Northern's Eight-Decade Gestation. Don L. Hofsommer

The Press and Profit: Newspaper Survival in Washington Territory. Barbara Cloud


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Hays, Beauty, Health, and Permanence, by Alfred Runte

Litke, A Voyage around the World, 1826-1829, Vol. 1, ed. Pierce, trans. Marshall, by Terrence Cole

Suttles, Coast Salish Essays, by M. Dale Kinkade

Naylor, Canada in the European Age, 1453-1919, by J. M. Bumsted

LaLande, First over the Siskiyous, by William H. Goetzmann

Atwood, Mill Creek Journal, by Hubert H. Wubben

Littell, My Roosevelt Years, ed. Dembo, by Alonzo L. Hamby

Clark, The Dry Years, rev. ed., by William J. Rorabaugh

Blanchard, The life of Emily Carr, by Doris Shadbolt

Scott and De Lorme, Historical Atlas of Washington, by Homer E. Socolofsky

Paul, The Far West and the Great Plains in Transition, 1859-1900, by John M. Findlay

Hunt, Distant Justice, by Roland L. De Lorme

Billington, People, Politics, and Public Power, by Michael K. Green

Trautmann, ed. and trans., Oregon East, Oregon West, by Thomas C. McClintock

Cornford, Workers and Dissent in the Redwood Empire, by Michael Cassity

Blackstone, The Business of Being Buffalo Bill, by Ronald L. Davis

Stewart, Peyote Religion, by Richard White


Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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