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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 88 Number 2 (Spring 1997)


Who Will Defend British Columbia? Unity of Command on the West Coast, 1934-1942. Galen Roger Perras

The Campaign to Establish Mount Rainier National Park, 1893-1899. Theodore Catton

West Coast Labor and the Military Aircraft Industry, 1935-1941. Jacob Vander Meulen


Robert E. Ficken, Rufus Woods, the Columbia River, and the Building of Modern Washington, by Frank R. Grant

Donald A. Rakestraw, For Honor or Destiny: The Anglo-American Crisis over the Oregon Territory, by Lex Renda

Kathy Hogan, Cohassett Beach Chronicles; World War II in the Pacific Northwest, ed. Klancy Clark de Nevers and Lucy Hart; Frank Wetzel, Victory Gardens and Barrage Balloons: A Collective Memoir, by G. Thomas Edwards

Edwin Ruthven Purple, Perilous Passage: A Narrative of the Montana Gold Rush, 1862-1863, ed. Kenneth N. Owens, by Michael Handley

S. L. Sanger, Working on the Bomb: An Oral History of WWII Hanford, ed. Craig Wollner, by Barton C. Hacker

Ken Drushka, HR: A Biography of H. R. MacMillan, by Mike Gillis

Wilfred P. Schoenberg, Jesuit Mission Presses in the Pacific Northwest: A History and Bibliography of Imprints, 1876-1899, plus Other Early Catholic Presses and a Critical Study of the Lapwai Press, 1839-1846, by David Brumbach

Jeremy Mouat, Roaring Days: Rossland's Mines and the History of British Columbia, by Guy Louis Rocha

Lucile McDonald, with Richard McDonald, A Foot in the Door: The Reminiscences of Lucile McDonald, by Ann Le Bar

Gloria E. Myers, A Municipal Mother: Portland's Lola Green Baldwin, America's First Policewoman, by Judith R. Johnson

Dean Kohlhoff, When the Wind Was a River: Aleut Evacuation in World War II, by Mike Mackey

Primary Sources, edited by Richard H. Engeman

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Gayle Palmer

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