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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 86 Number 1 (Winter 1994/1995)


ARTICLES

Vitus Bering and Georg Steller: Their Tragic Conflict during the American Expedition. O. W. Frost

A Shaman-killing Case on Puget Sound, 1873-1874: American Law and Salish Culture. Brad Asher

Finnish Cultural Landscapes in the Pacific Northwest. Jon T. Kilpinen

Race Relations and the Seattle Labor Movement, 1915-1929. Dana Frank


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Sandra Haarsager, Bertha Knight Landes of Seattle, Big-City Mayor, by Doris Pieroth

R. McGreggor Cawley, Federal Land, Western Anger: The Sagebrush Rebellion and Environmental Politics, by Karl Hess

Robert V. Hine, Second Sight, by Lewis O. Saum

Gary E. Moulton, ed., The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Vol. 8: June 10-September 26, 1806, by William L. Lang

John Muir, John Muir: Letters from Alaska, ed. Robert Engberg and Bruce Merrell, by Theodore R. Catton

Frank Richard Prassel, The Great American Outlaw: A Legacy of Fact and Fiction, by Richard E. Meyer

Alice Day Pratt, A Homesteader's Portfolio, by Mary Ellen Rowe

Ferenc Morton Szasz, ed., Great Mysteries of the West, by Paul Hirt

Jacqueline Williams, Wagon Wheel Kitchens: Food on the Oregon Trail, by Elliott West

Emily Carr, The Emily Carr Omnibus, by Margaret Scarborough

Robin Fisher, Vancouver's Voyage: Charting the Northwest Coast, 1791-1795; and Robert C. Wing, Joseph Baker: Lieutenant on the Vancouver Expedition, British Naval Officer for Whom Mt. Baker Was Named, by Garry Schalliol

Robert M. Kvasnicka, comp., The Trans-Mississippi West, 1804-1912, Part 1: A Guide to Records of the Department of State for the Territorial Period, by James B. Rhoads


Primary Sources, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Gayle Palmer


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