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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 92 Number 3 (Summer 2001)


Pagoda in Paradise: Clancey Lewis's Craftsman Bungalow and the Contradictions of Modern Life. Janet Ore

Russian Orthodoxy in the Pacific Northwest: The Diary of Father Michael Andreades, 1905-1906. Brigit Farley

Building a West Coast Ghetto: African-American Housing in Portland, 1910-1960. Stuart McElderry


Robert David Johnson, Ernest Gruening and the American Dissenting Tradition, by Richard Lowitt

Justin Henderson, Roland Terry: Master Northwest Architect, by Henry Matthews

Keith McLaren, Light on the Water: Early Photography of Coastal British Columbia, by Faye M. Kert

James R. Barrett, William Z. Foster and the Tragedy of American Radicalism, by John E. Moser

Michael A. Bellesiles, Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture, by K. R. Constantine Gutzman

Rik Scarce, Fishy Business: Salmon, Biology, and the Social Construction of Nature, by Mikell O'Mealy

Aldo Leopold, The Essential Aldo Leopold: Quotations and Commentaries, ed. Curt Meine and Richard L. Knight, by Thomas R. Wellock

Duncan McDougall, Annals of Astoria: The Headquarters Log of the Pacific Fur Company on the Columbia River, 1811-1813, ed. Robert F. Jones, by E. W. Giesecke

David Stiller, Wounding the West: Montana, Mining, and the Environment, by Christopher J. Huggard

Doris Winter Hubbard, Widow-Makers and Rhododendrons: Loggers—the Unsung Heroes of World War II, by G. Thomas Edwards

Peter S. Onuf, Jefferson's Empire: The Language of American Nationhood, by Michael A. Morrison

James G. Cassidy, Ferdinand V. Hayden: Entrepreneur of Science, by George E. Webb

Gary Murrell, Iron Pants: Oregon's Anti-New Deal Governor, Charles Henry Martin, by David T. Beito

John Bieter and Mark Bieter, An Enduring Legacy: The Story of Basques in Idaho, by Dean Martin

Worth Rereading: Selections from Northwest Bookshelves, 1880-1940

Links to History

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Shirley Lewis

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