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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 80 Number 1 (January 1989)


ARTICLES

The Off-center Seattle Center: Downtown Seattle and the 1962 World's Fair. John M. Findlay

The Klansman as Outsider: Ethnocultural Solidarity and Antielitism in the Oregon Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s. David A. Horowitz

The Wilkes Expedition on the Pacific Coast. Herman J. Viola


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Ficken and LeWarne, Washington, by Richard S. Kirkendall

Layton, To No Privileged Class, by Vernon Carstensen

Petrik, No Step Backward, by John Mack Faragher

Gibbon, From Where the Sun Now Stands, by William L. Lang

Sheldon, A Century of Judging, by Gordon Morris Bakken

Hutton, ed., Soldiers West, by Marvin R. Cain

Coates and Morrison, Land of the Midnight Sun, by J. E. Rea

Stowell, Faces of a Reservation, by Mick Gidley

Stuart, United States Expansionism and British North America, 1775-1871, by J. M. Sosin

Dunlap, Saving America's Wildlife, by Stephen J. Pyne

Alekseev, The Odyssey of a Russian Scientist, trans. Follette, ed. Pierce, by Terrence Cole


Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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