Table of Contents
Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 99 Number 4 (Fall 2008)


ARTICLES

Kamiakin's Impact on Early Washington Territory. Jo N. Miles, 159-72

Student Activism at Whitman College and Willamette University, 1965-1971: A Photo Essay. G. Thomas Edwards, 173-80

Bricks, Brains, and Partisan Politics: Edmond S. Meany, the University of Washington, and State Government, 1889-1939. John M. Findlay, 181-93


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

David F. Arnold, The Fishermen's Frontier: People and Salmon in Southeast Alaska, by Matthew Evenden, 194-95

Roy Parker, Uprooted: The Shipment of Poor Children to Canada, 1867-1917, by E. Wayne Carp, 195

David Braly, Crooked River Country: Wranglers, Rouges, and Barons, by William E. Lass, 195-96

Betty Roberts, With Grit and by Grace: Breaking Trails in Politics and Law, a Memoir, by Bethany Andreasen, 196-97

Paul R. Wylie, The Irish General: Thomas Francis Meagher, by Michele Nacy, 197-98

John Sandlos, Hunters at the Margin: Native People and Wildlife Conservation in the Northwest Territories, by Cecilia Thiel, 198-99

Laura E. Woodworth-Ney, Women in the American West, by Lyn Ellen Bennett, 199-200

Jerry McBeath, Matthew Berman, Jonathan Rosenberg, and Mary F. Ehrlander, The Political Economy of Oil in Alaska: Multinationals vs. the State, by John H. Barnhill, 200

Freeman M. Tovell, At the Far Reaches of Empire: The Life of Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra, by Sean T. Perrone, 201

Max S. Power, America's Nuclear Wastelands: Politics, Accountability, and Cleanup, by Margaret Peacock, 201-202


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Shirley Lewis, 203-204

Volume Index, 205-208


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