Pacific Historical Review


Pacific Historical Review

Published for The Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical
Association by the University of California Press

For over 70 years, the Pacific Historical Review has accurately and adeptly
covered the history of American expansion to the Pacific and beyond, as well
as the post-frontier developments of the 20th-century American West. Recent
articles have discussed:

* Japanese American Internment
* The Establishment of Zion and Bryce National Parks in Utah
* Mexican Americans, Testing, and School Policy 1920-1940
* Irish Immigrant Settlements in Nineteenth-Century California and
* American Imperialism in Oceania
* Native American Labor in the Early Twentieth Century
* U.S.-Philippines Relations
* Pacific Railroad and Westward Expansion before 1945

Every 170-page issue of the Pacific Historical Review features an extensive
section devoted to book reviews ‹ roughly thirty in each issue ‹ plus
frequent review essays. The "Historical News" section provides you with
information about key figures in the PCB-AHA, as well as announcements for
fellowships and awards. The Pacific Historical Review also includes notes
and documents, historiographies, and forums on a broad range of topics.

ISSN: 0030-8684

David A. Johnson, Editor
487 Cramer Hall
Portland State University
Portland, OR 97207-0751

Telephone: (503)725-8230
Fax: (503)725-8235

Content available by subscription. Free sample article available online.

Current Issue: Volume: 73, Number: 3 August 2004

Date: 21 Oct. 2004

Original posting date: 
Thursday, October 21, 2004
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