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Vol. 1. No. 3. APRIL, 1907 Max FARRAND

Hugh Wynne, A Historical Novel S. WEIR MITCHELL

The Birthday of Washington J. N. BOWMAN

Cook's Place in Northwest History QUINCY A. BROOKS

Taken Prisoner by the Indians MRS. THOMAS W. PROSCH The Protestant Episcopal as a Missionary

and Pioneer Church HARLAN 1. SMITH

A Vast Neglected Field for Archacological Re

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R. D. GWYDIR

Prehistoric Spokane-An Indian Legend DOCUMENTS-Diary of John E. Howell, an Emigrant of 1845

The Naming of Seward in Alaska

VOL. 1. No. 4. JULY, 1907 GEORGE F. WHITWORTH Retrospect of Half a Century C. T. JOHNSON

Daniel Webster, Ashburton and Old Oregon REUBEN GOLD THWAITES William Clark: Soldier, Explorer, Statesman JOSEPH SCHAFER

Jesse Applegate: Pioneer, Statesman and

Philosopher T. C. ELLIOTT

The Indian Council at Walla Walla DOCUMENTS–Old Letters from Hudson's Bay Company

Officials and Employes from 1829 to 1840

Vol. 11. No. 1. OCTOBER, 1907 CONTRIBUTION

Sarah Loretta Denny, a Tribute C. T. JOHNSON

Daniel Webster and Old Oregon EDMOND S. MEANY

Last Survivor of the Oregon Mission of 1840 EDWIN EELLS

The Whitman Monument THOMAS W. PROSCH

The United States Army in Washington TerFRANK A. KITTREDGE

ritory ASHMUN N. BROWN Geo. W. EASTERBROOK

Washington Territory in the War Between the

States
DOCUMENTS–Old Letters from Hudson's Bay Company

Officials and Employes from 1829 to 1840, continued

Vol. 11. No. 2. JANUARY, 1908 Charles D. TENNEY

Chinese History WILLIAM F. PROSSER

A Visit to West Point THOMAS W. PROSCH

The Military Roads of Washington Territory K. ASAKAWA

Why and How Japanese History may be

Studied With Profit in America EDWIN EILLS

Heroes and Heroines of the Long Ago CHARLES W. SMITH

Expansion of the Dewey Decimal System of

Classification for the History of the Pacific

Northwest
DOCUMENTS-Old Letters from Hudson's Bay Company

Officials and Employes from 1829 to 1840, continued

VOL. 11. No. 3. APRIL, 1908 C. T. JOHNSON

The Evolution of a Lament EDWARD MCMAHON

Stephen A. Douglas: A Study of the Attempt

to Settle the Question of Slavery in the Territories by the Application of Popular

Sovereignty—1850-1860 JOEL GRAHAM

A Massacre on the Fronttier THOMAS W. PROSCH

The Indian War of 1858 J. N. BOWMAN

The State Archives at Olympia WILLIAM P. MATTHEWS The Oregon Pioneer DOCUMENTS-Old Letters from Hudson's Bay Company

Officials and Employes from 1829 to 1840, concluded

Vol. 11. No. 4. JULY, 1908

ROLLIN J. REEVES

Marking the Washington-Idaho Boundary CHARLES MCKAY

History of San Juan Island ALBERT E. EGGE

The Making of the English People THOMAS W. PROSCH

Seattle and the Indians of Puget Sound EDWARD McMahon

Stephen A. Douglas: A Study of the Attempt

to Settle the Question of Slavery in the Territories by the Application of Popular Sov

ereignty—1850-1860 S. J. CHADWICK

Colonel Steptoe's Battle
The Rosalia CITIZEN Dedication of Steptoe Memorial Park
DOCUMENTS—Beginning of San Juan Dispute, Letters from Governors

Douglas and Stevens
Establishing the Navy Yard, Puget Sound

Vol. 111. No. 1. OCTOBER, 1908 CHARLES W. SMITH

A Contribution Toward a Bibliography of

Marcus Whitman T. C. ELLIOTT

Dr. John McLoughlin and his Guests W. P. WINANS

Fort Colville, 1859-1869 DOCUMENTS—Transfer of Alaska to the United States

Instructions from William H. Seward and Report of Gen

eral Rousseau

VOL. 111. No. 2. APRIL, 1912 J. N. Bow MAN

The Pacific Ocean and the Pacific Northwest STELLA E. PEARCE

Suffrage in the Pacific Northwest: Old Ore

gon and Washington Guy VERNON BENNETT Eastward Expansion of Population from the

Pacific Slope OLIVER H. RICHARDSON Mary Queen of Scots in the Light of Recent

Historical Investigations DOCUMENTS-Secret Mission of Warre and Vavasour

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Vol. 111. No. 3. JULY, 1912

JAMES C. STRONG

Reminiscences of a Pioneer of the Territory

of Washington SOL H. LEWIS

A History of the Railroads in Washington T. C. ELLIOTT

Journal of John Work, November and De

cember, 1824 DOCUMENTS-Journal of William Fraser Tolmie

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Vol. III. No. 4. OCTOBER, 1912 BEN DRIFTMIER

Comparative Study of Constitution for Pro

visions Not Found in Our Own T. C. ELLIOTT

Walla Walla and Missoula FRANK H. WOODY

From Missoula to Walla Walla in 1857 on

Horseback JAMES CLARK STRONG

The Whitman Controversy THOMAS W. Prosch

The Pioneer Dead of 1911

Vol. IV. No. 1. JANUARY, 1913 0. B. SPERLIN

Exploration of the Upper Columbia LEO JONES

Proposed Amendments to the State Constitu

tion of Washington ALLEN WEIR

William Weir Thomas W. PROSCH

The Pioneer Dead of 1912

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VOL. IV. No. 2. APRIL, 1913

FRANK A. GOLDER

A Survey of Alaska, 1743-1799 THOMAS W. PROSCH

Washington Territory Fifty Years ago CAMILLA THOMSON DONNELL Early Days at White Salmon and The Dalles GUY VERNON BENNETT Early Relations of the Sandwich Islands to

the Old Oregon Territory

Vol. IV. No. 3. JULY, 1913

GEORGE W. SOLIDAY

Independence Day in the Far Northwest EDMOND S. MEANY

The Story of Three Olympic Peaks ISAAC H. WHEALDON

Stories and Sketches from Pacific County C. T. JOHNSON

Did Webster Ever Say This ? DOCUMENTS—Letter from John John Tyler to His Son

VOL. IV. No. 4. OCTOBER, 1913

LEBBEUS J. KNAPP

JOAN R. KINNEAR
THEODORE L. STILES

Origin of the Constitution of the State of

Washington
Notes on the Constitutional Convention
The Constitution of the State and Its Effects

Upon Public Interests

DOCUMENTS-Correspondence About Indian Lands

Vol. V. No. 1. JANUARY, 1914 CLARENCE B. BAGLEY

George Wilkes LEWIS H. ST. JOHN

The Present Status and Probable Future of

the Indians of Puget Sound Thomas W. PROSCH

The Pioneer Dead of 1913 W. J. TRIMBLE

American and British Treatment of the In

dians in the Pacific Northwest DOCUMENTS—An Indignation Meeting Over Chief Leschi

Vol. V. No. 2. APRIL, 1914 T. C. ELLIOTT

Journal of John Work, June-October, 1825 ANNA SLOAN WALKER History of the Liquor Laws of the State of

Washington RALPH R. KNAPP

Divorce in Washington DOCUMENTS-A New Vancouver Journal

VOL. V. No. 3. JULY, 1914 T. C. ELLIOTT

Journal of John Work, Sept. 7th to Dec. 14th,

1825 C. 0. ERMATINGER

The Columbia River Under Hudson's Bay

Company Rule EDMOND S. MEANY

Three Diplomats Prominent in the Oregon

Question DOCUMENTS-A New Vancouver Journal, continued

VOL. V. No. 4. OCTOBER, 1914 FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER The West and American Ideals T. C. Elliott

Journal of John Work, December 15, 1825,

to June 12, 1826 EDWIN EELLS

Eliza and the Nez Perce Indians DOCUMENT-A New Vancouver Journal, continued

VOL. VI. No. 1. JANUARY, 1915 T. C. ELLIOTT

The Fur Trade in The Columbia River Basin

Prior to 1811 Thomas W. PROSCH

The Pioneer Dead of 1914 VICTOR J. FARRAR

Pioneer and Historical Societies of the State

of Washington T. C. ELLIOTT

The Journal of John Work, July 5 to Septem

ber 15, 1826 DOCUMENT-A New Vancouver Journal, concluded

F. W. Howay

Vol. VI. No. 2. APRIL, 1915

Some Remarks Upon the New Vancouver

Journal
The Organization and First Pastorate of the

First Congregational Church of Walla
Walla, Washington

T. C. ELLIOTT

DILLIS B. WARD

THOMAS W. PROSCH
CHARLES M. BUCHANAN

From Salem, Oregon, to Seattle, Washington,

in 1859 Washington Mail Routes in 1857 Rights of the Puget Sound Indians to Game

and Fish

Vol. VI. No. 3. JULY, 1915

NELSON C. TITUS

The Last Stand of the Nez Perces OSHIMA SHOICHI

A Japanese View of the Monroe Doctrine GEORGE H. HIMES

Organizers of the First Government in Ore

gon
JUNIUS Thomas TURNER A Survivor of Four Wars
MILES C. MOORE

The Columbia River
SAMUEL L. CRAWFORD To the Pioneers of Washington
DOCUMENT-Journal of Occurrences at Nisqually House

Vol. VI. No. 4. OCTOBER, 1915 FLORA A. P. ENGLE

The Story of the Mercer Expeditions W. B. SEYMORE

Pioneer Hotel Keepers of Puget Sound HIRAM F. WHITE

The Mormon Road John MARTIN CANSE Jason Lee: New Evidence on the Missionary

and Colonizer DOCUMENT-Journal of Occurrences at Nisqually House, continued

VOL. VII. No. 1. JANUARY, 1916

M. ORION MONROE

A Critical Discussion of the Site of Camp

Washington C. L. ANDREWS

Marine Disasters of the Alaska Route JUNIUS Thomas TURNER A Tribute to the Memory of Brigadier Gen

eral James Clark Strong JOHN EDWIN AYER

George Bush, Voyageur VICTOR J. FARRAR

Pioneer and Historical Societies of the State

of Washington EDITH G. PROSCH

The Pioneer Dead of 1915 DOCUMENT--Journal of Occurrences at Nisqually House, continued

VOL. VII. No. 2. APRIL, 1916

W. D. LYXAN

Some Observations upon the Negative Testi

mony and the General Spirit and Methods of Bourne and Marshall in Dealing with the

Whitman Question MARY PERRY FROST

Experience of a Pioneer LULU DONNELL CRANDALL The "Colonel Wright" JOHN A. GRIFFIN

Washington Thirty Years Ago EDMOND S. MEANY

First American Settlement on Puget Sound DOCUMENT-Journal of Occurrences at Nisqually House, continued

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