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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 87 Number 3 (Summer 1996)
Special Issue: Power and Place in the North American West


ARTICLES

Introduction

Green Commonwealth: Forestry, Labor, and Public Ritual in the Post-World War II Pacific Northwest. Robert E. Walls

Contesting the Terms of Prosperity and Patriotism: The Politics of Rural Development in Western Washington, 1900-1925. Marilyn P. Watkins

Lewis and Clark on the Columbia River: The Power of Landscape in the Exploration Experience. William L. Lang

Reimagining the Indian: Charles Erskine Scott Wood and Frank Linderman. Sherry L. Smith


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Helen C. Camp, Iron in Her Soul: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and the American Left, by Stanley Shapiro

Jeffrey Karl Ochsner, ed., Shaping Seattle Architecture: A Historical Guide to the Architects, Janet Ore

Hal K. Rothman, ed., "I'll Never Fight Fire with My Bare Hands Again": Recollection s of the First Forest Rangers of the Inland Northwest, by Howard D. Berger

Joanne E. Passet, Cultural Crusaders: Women Librarians in the American West, 1900-1917, by Suzanne Klinger

Ladd Hamilton, This Bloody Deed: The Magruder Incident, by Steven Ross Evans

Robert A. Stebbins, The Franco-Calgarians: French Language, Leisure, and Linguistic Life-Style in an Anglophone City, by Jay Giltin


Primary Sources, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Gayle Palmer


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