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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 82 Number 3 (July 1991)


Republican Apostate: Senator Wayne L. Morse and His Quest for Independent Liberalism. G. Q. Unruh

Entrepreneurs and Progressives: Baseball in the Northwest, 1900-1901. James Warnock

The Village at the Mouth of the Coquille River: Historical Questions of Who, When, and Where. Roberta L. Hall and Don Alan Hall


Morgan, The Viewless Winds, by Glen A. Love

Gaertner, North Bank Road, by John Fahey

Robertson, The Magnificent Mountain Women, by Ralph Mann

Nordquist, Educating for Service, by George A. Frykman

Marshall, Ocean Traders form the Portuguese Discoveries to the Present Day, by Harry Kelsey

Beals, trans., Juan Pérez on the Northwest Coast, by John Frazier Henry

Hunn, Nch'i-Wána, "The Big River," by William L. Lang

Hague and Langum, Thomas O. Larkin, by Roger L. Nichols

Wilson, The City Beautiful Movement, by Charles N. Glaab

Gage, A Walk on the Canol Road, by William H. Wilson

Pierce, ed., Russia in North America, by Ted C. Hinckley

Seltice, Saga of the Coeur d'Alene Indians, ed. Kowrach and Connolly, by Mary Ellen Rowe

Kesselman, Fleeting Opportunities, by David A. Johnson

Phillips, Damned Yankee, by Tracy McKenzie

Washington's Centennial Farms, Yesterday and Today, by Frederick J. Yonce

Fairbanks and Underwood, eds., Essays on Sunbelt Cities and Recent Urban America, by Eugene P. Moehring

Primary Sources Data Sheet, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Gayle Palmer

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