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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 82 Number 1 (January 1991)


A "Farm-in-a-Day": The Publicity Stunt and the Celebrations That Initiated the Columbia Basin Project. Paul C. Pitzer

C. B. McCullough: The Engineer and Oregon's Bridge-Building Boom, 1919-1936. Robert W. Hadlow

The Mystery of the Missing Model. Norman J. Johnston

For the Love of It: A Short History of Commercial Fishing in Pacific City, Oregon. Joseph E. Taylor III


Fritzell, Nature Writing and America, by David Marr

Fredriksen, comp., Shield of Republic/Sword of Empire, by Mary Ellen Rowe

Maiken, Night Trains; and McKenzie, Dining Car Line to the Pacific, by Alfred Runte

Krech, A Victorian Earl in the Arctic, by Douglas Cole

Scott, with Vasquez, Newman, and Sarjeant, Washington, by William G. Loy

Ma, Revolutionaries, Monarchists, and Chinatowns, by Michael Gasster

Gough, As Wise as Serpents, by G. Thomas Edwards

Goetzmann, Looking at the Land of Promise, by Gordon B. Dodds

Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman

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