Did you know that for the last 50 years, the Washington State Library has compiled a quarterly bibliography of recent Pacific Northwest history publications, including notable journal articles, for the journal Pacific Northwest Quarterly?
The historian, author, and Washington Room librarian Hazel Emery Mills started the column as a service to researchers of Pacific Northwest history. The first edition of Northwest History News Notes appeared in Volume 58 (January 1967). A staff librarian specializing in Pacific Northwest materials of the Washington State Library has performed this outreach continuously ever since.
The following is a list of the librarians who have produced Northwest History News Notes:
Hazel Emery Mills: Vol. 58 (January 1967)–Vol. 65 (April 1974)
Nancy Blankenship Pryor: Vol. 65 (July 1974) –Vol. 76 (January 1985)
Jeanne Engerman Crisp: Vol. 76 (April 1985) –Vol. 82 (April 1991)
Gayle Palmer: Vol. 82 (July 1991) –Vol. 89 (Fall 1998)
Shirley Lewis: Vol. 89 (Fall 1998) –Vol. 100 (Fall 2009)
Sean Lanksbury: Vol. 101 (Winter 2009/2010) –current issue.
Pacific Northwest Quarterly (PNQ) began as The Washington Historical Quarterly (WHQ) in October 1907, making it 110 years old this year. All of the Washington Historical Quarterly issues are available online free of charge at https://journals.lib.washington.edu/index.php/WHQ/issue/archive.
PNQ also has a freely accessible online index and a table of contents by issue at http://www.washington.edu/uwired/outreach/cspn/Website/PNQ/PNQ%20Main.html.
You can access physical copies of all WHQ and PNQ issues at the State Library Reading Room or other holding institutions, and you can access PNQ issues published more than five years ago online by JSTOR subscription at http://www.jstor.org/journal/pacnorwestq
For more information, contact the Pacific Northwest & Special Collections Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-704-5279.
You can also contact the Public Services Staff via email, phone, chat, and mail.
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