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"Boston Traders in Hawaiian Islands, 1789-1823," an article that
appeared in this Quarterly, Pacific Northwest Americana, Charles
W. Smith's new edition of that important bibliographical work, and
the Joint Report Upon the Survey and Demarcation of the Bound-
ary between the United States and Canada from the Western Ter-
minus of the Land Boundary along the Forty-Ninth Parallel, on
the West Side of Point Roberts through Georgia, Haro, and Juan
de Fuca Straits to the Pacific Ocean.
Canadian Artie Expedition, 1913-1918. (Ottawa: Canadian Gov-
ernment, 1922. Pp. 277.)
This is Volume XII, in the series of scientific monographs to
be issued embodying the results of the expedition led by Vilhjalmur
Stefansson. This work is devoted to the Copper Eskimos and is by
D. Jenness. The book has an index, map and numerous illustrations
and diagrams. Many of the volumes, earlier as to number, are still
in course of preparation.
Catholic Problems in Western Canada. By George Tiioiias Daly.
(Toronto: The Macmillan Company of Canada, Ltd., 1921.
The book is respectfully dedicated to "The Catholic Hierarchy
of Canada." The initial evidence is borne out by the subsequent
pages that the book is a plea for cohesion and cooperation among
Catholics. It is not primarily interested in history.
The Convention of 1846. Edited by Milo M. Quaife. (Madison:
The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1919. Pp. 827.)
The Struggle Over Ratification, 1846-1847. Edited by MiLO M.
Quaife. (Madison: The State Historical Society of Wis-
consin, 1920. Pp. 716.)
These two large volumes, well printed, substantially bound, il-
lustrated with a number of portraits, comprise a splendid con-
tribution by Wisconsin to the literature of American state consti-
tutions. They are Volumes XXVII and XXVIII of the Collections
of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, of which Joseph
Schafer is Superintendent and Milo M. Quaife is Editor.