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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 92 Number 4 (Fall 2001)


No Place for "Little Children and Tender, Pulpy People": John Muir in Alaska. Hal Crimmel

"Who Steals My Purse": The Denigration of William R. King, the Man for Whom King County Was Named. Lewis O. Saum

Early Telephone Use in Seattle, 1880s-1920s. Keiko Tanaka


James D. Keyser, The Five Crows Ledger: Biographic Warrior Art of the Flathead Indians; Scott M. Thompson, I Will Tell of My War Story: A Pictorial Account of the Nez Perce War; and Kenneth William Townsend, World War II and the American Indian, by Robert Wooster

Brian W. Dippie, ed., Charlie Russell Roundup: Essays on America's Favorite Cowboy Artist, by Darwin J. Goodey

Sergei Kan, Memory Eternal: Tlingit Culture and Russian Orthodox Christianity through Two Centuries; and Andrei A. Znamenski, Shamanism and Christianity: Native Encounters with Russian Orthodox Missions in Siberia and Alaska, 1820-1917, by Gunther Barth

Steven C. Brown, ed., Spirits of the Water: Native Art Collected on Expeditions to Alaska and British Columbia, 1774-1910, by Jonathan Dean

Sherman Alexie, The Toughest Indian in the World, by Cary C. Collins

William O. Douglas, Nature's Justice: Writings of William O. Douglas, ed. James O'Fallon, by Richard A. Bartlett

Steve K. Lloyd, Farallon: Shipwreck and Survival on the Alaska Shore, by James J. Ducker

Wesley Wehr, The Eighth Lively Art: Conversations with Painters, Poets, Musicians, and the Wicked Witch of the West, by Daniel Lamberton

Abigail Scott Duniway, Edna and John: A Romance of Idaho Flat, ed. Debra Shein, by Laura Woodworth-Ney

David A. White, comp. and ed., News of the Plains and Rockies, 1803-1865: Original Narratives of Overland Travel and Adventure Selected from the Wagner-Camp and Becker Bibliography of Western Americana, Vols. 6 and 7, by Dwight L. Smith

Shelby Scates, War and Politics by Other Means: A Journalist's Memoir, by William H. Wilson

Ann Fienup-Riodran with William Tyson, Paul Jones, Marie Meade, and John Active, Hunting Tradition in a Changing World: Yup'ik Lives in Alaska Today, by Dan Herman

C. L. Higham, Noble, Wretched, and Redeemable: Protestant Missionaries to the Indians in Canada and the United States, 1820-1900, by Clara Sue Kidwell

Dale E. Soden, The Reverend Mark Matthews: An Activist in the Progressive Era, by Doris H. Pieroth

The Archivists' Page: Boomtown Cameramen, submitted by Bill Alley

Links to History

Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Shirley Lewis

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