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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 81 Number 3 (July 1990)


ARTICLES

History for a Mobile (or Unstable) People. Richard S. Kirkendall

Henry M. Jackson: Snohomish Country Prosecutor, 1939-1940. Thomas M. Gaskin

Clergy Opinion and the New Deal: The State of Washington as a Case Study. Monroe Billington and Cal Clark

T. D. Pattullo and the North: The Significance of the Periphery in British Columbia Politics. Robin Fisher


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Green, One Woman's War, by Otis A. Pease

Simonson, Beyond the Frontier, by Edwin R. Bingham

Rand, High Stakes, by Robert Nesbit

Parker, Native American Estate, by Richard White

Kemmis, Community and Politics of Place, by Carl Abbott

Schwantes, The Pacific Northwest, by Robert Allen Skotheim

Tompkins, A Canadian's Road to Russia, ed. Pieroth, by Charles E. Timberlake

Fortuine, Chills and Fever, by James Whorton

Smith, ed., Survival on a Westward Trek, 1858-1859, by W. A. Waiser

Chasen, Speaker of the House, by Keith A. Murray


Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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