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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 96 Number 2 (Spring 2005)
Special Issue: Women's History


ARTICLES

Introduction, Guest Editor, Karen Blair

"Going to Church Just Never Even Occurred to Me": Women and Secularism in the Pacific Northwest, 1950-1975. Tina Block

A Force for Change: Beatrice Morrow Cannady's Program for Race Relations in Oregon, 1912-1936. Kimberley Mangun

Emma Smith DeVoe: Practicing Pragmatic Politics in the Pacific Northwest. Jennifer Ross-Nazzal

Crossing Boundaries: Hazel Wolf inside the Environmental Establishment. Susan Starbuck

Choosing between Corsets and Freedom: Native, Mixed-Blood, and White Wives of Laborers at Fort Nisqually, 1833-1860. Emma Milliken


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Terry L. Anderson and Peter J. Hill, The Not So Wild, Wild, West: Property Rights on the Frontier, by Lynne Kiesling

John S. Whitehead, Completing the Union: Alaska, Hawai'i, and the Battle for Statehood, by Terrence Cole

Stanley Corkin, Cowboys as Cold Warriors: The Western and U.S. History, by William W. Savage, Jr.

Elizabeth D. Jacobs, The Nehalem Tillamook: An Ethnography, ed. William R. Seaburg, by Gray H. Whaley

Peter Donahue and John Trombold, eds., Reading Seattle: The City in Prose, by Philip Heldrich

John R. Hinde, When Coal Was King: Ladysmith and the Coal-Mining Industry on Vancouver Island, by David A. Wolff

Klancy Clark de Nevers, The Colonel and the Pacifist: Karl Bendetsen, Perry Saito, and the Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II, by Erika Kuhlman

Effie Graham, Jackie Pflaum, and Elfrida Nord, eds., With a Dauntless Spirit, Alaska Nursing in Dog-Team Days, by Donna L. Morse

Marie Rose Wong, Sweet Cakes, Long Journey: The Chinatowns of Portland, Oregon, by Jennifer Hubbert

Doris Hinson Pieroth, Seattle's Women Teachers of the Interwar Years: Shapers of a Livable City, by Judith R. Raftery


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Shirley Lewis


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