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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 80 Number 3 (July 1989)


ARTICLES

Red Wages: Communists and the 1934 Vancouver Island Loggers Strike. Gordon Hak

The Early History of Fort George Wright: Black Infantrymen and Theodore Roosevelt in Spokane. Mary Ellen Rowe

"Hemmed In": Reactions in British Columbia to the Purchase of Russian America. Richard E. Neunherz


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Schwantes, Morrissey, Nicandri, and Strasser, Washington, by Richard H. Engeman

Oliver, Journal of an Aleutian Year; and Lamb, Life in Alaska, ed. Zimmerman, by William R. Hunt

Danly and Marx, eds., The Railroad in American Art, Alfred Runte

Nelson, Good Schools, by Judith Raftery

Buerge and Rochester, Roots and Branches, by Dale E. Soden

MacColl with Stein, Merchants, Money, and Power, by Claude Singer

Murray, Reindeer and Gold, by Lisa Mighetto

Andersen, Alaska Hooch, by Robert A. Campbell

Whitehead, ed., They Call Me Father, by Francis Paul Prucha

Johnston, Washington's Audacious State Capitol and Its Builders, by Gordon B. Dodds

Robbins, Hard Times in Paradise, by Daniel Cornford

Calvert, The Gibraltar, by Carlos A. Schwantes

Stratton and Frykman, eds., The Changing Pacific Northwest, by David L. Nicandri


Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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