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C. W. Smith, 3:3-62; books relat- the Columbia", noted, 3:305; ediing to, reviewed by C. W. Smith, tor, Theodore Winthrop's “The 3:154-157; reminiscence of, by J. Canoe and the Saddle", reviewed C. Strong, 3:181; massacre, 1:39- by C. B. Bagley, 5:138-142. 40 (Oct.); memorial services, 9:80; Williams, Johnson, Black Tamanous, Reminiscences of Oscar Canfield, secret society of the Clallam In8:251-256; the Whitman Monu- dians, 7:296-300.

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CLARENCE B. BAGLEY, October 1906-October 1919
Jacob N. BowMAN, October 1906-October 1916
Ashmun N. BROWN, October 1906-October 1908
MYRON EELLS, October 1906-January 1907
T. C. ELLIOTT, October 1908-October 1919
FRANK A. GOLDER, October 1912-October 1919
F. W. Howay, January 1917-October 1919
CEYLON S. KINGSTON, October 1906-October 1915
WILLIAM S. Lewis, January 1917-October 1919
WILLIAM D. LYMAN, October 1906-October 1919
H. B. McELROY, January 1919-October 1919
EDWARD MCMAHON, October 1906-October 1919
William A. MORRIS, April 1912-July 1912
Thomas W. Prosch, October 1906-January 1915
OLIVER H. RICHARDSON, April 1912-October 1916
E. O. S. SCHOLEFIELD, July 1912-October 1916
CLINTON A SNOWDEN, October 1906-October 1908
0. B. SPERLIN, April 1912-October 1919
HAZARD STEVENS, January 1917-October 1917
FRANK CARLETON Teck, October 1906-July 1908
WILLIAM J. TRIMBLE, October 1906-October 1908
ALLEN Weir, October 1906-October 1915




Vol. 1. No. 1. OCTOBER, 1906 NOTE. The publication of the WASHINGTON HISTORICAL QUARTERLY was begun in October, 1906. It was suspended from October, 1908, until April, 1912, since which time it has been regularly issued. Its field covers broadly the history of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. The following tables set forth by volume, number and date of issue the articles and documents of the first ten volumes. Book reviews, reprints and important news items are brought out in the index. J. N. Bowman

Washington Nomenclature-A Study
STEPHEN B. L. PENROSE Problems of the Pacific

Jason Lee's Place in History
CLARENCE B. BAGLEY The Cayuse, or First Indian War in the

Northwest Thomas W. PROSCH Diary of Dr. David S. Maynard While Cross

ing the Plains in 1850 EDWARD MCMAHON

Some Evidences of the Influence of Politics

on the Efficiency of the Army, 1861-65 DOCUMENTS-Echo of the Dred Scott Decision

Northern Emigrant Route
Beginnings of the Lake Washington Canal
Pickett Grateful for Recognition
Decapitation of Colonel Ebey
Sovereign Americans on San Juan
First Attempt to Ascend Mount Rainier

Vol. 1. No. 2. JANUARY, 1907

Collecting Portraits of Washington's Govern



ASAMUN N. BROWN Preserving Our Public Records

Earliest Expeditions Against Puget Sound In

dians CHARLES M. BuchaNAN Dialectic Variants of the Nisqually Linquistic

Root Stock of Puget Sound THOMAS W. PROSCH

Efforts to Save the Historic McLoughlin

House D. C. CORBIN

Recollections of a Pioneer Railroad Builder W. T. DOVELL

The Pathfinder
DOCUMENTS—Causes of Indian Troubles

Indian Dangers at Whatcom
Two Documents about Chief Leschi
Unpleasant Information about Chief Kitsap
Father Chirouse Was Prudent
Early Emigration to Oregon

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