Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 12

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Volume 12, number 1 (Mar. 1911)[edit]

edited by Frederic George Young [no division between first and second issues in this bound volume]

  • Early Navigation of the Straits of Fuca. by F. W. Howay
  • The Rise and Early History of Political Parties in Oregon: Period of the Territorial Government-- Political Organization. by Walter Carleton Woodward
  • Financial History of Oregon: Treasury Administration in Oregon. by F. G. Young
  • Letter Identifying the "Fountain" on Powder River, at Which Mr. Ogden Camped in Setting Out on Expedition, 1828-1829. by J. Neilson Barry
  • "Excerpts and Notes"
  • The Rise and Early History of Political Parties in Oregon: The Kansas-Nebraska Bill in Oregon Politics. by Walter Carleton Woodward
  • The First-Born on the Oregon Trail. by J. Neilson Barry
  • The History of Railway Transportation in the Pacific Northwest. by F. G. Young
  • "Notes"

Volume 12, No. 3 (Sept. 1911)[edit]

  • David Thompson, Pathfind, and the Columbia River. by T. C. Elliott
  • Some Important Results from the Expedition of John Jacob Astor to and from the Oregon Country. by Frederick V. Holman (address as OHS pres.)
  • A Hero of Old Astoria. by Eva Emery Dye (address)
  • The Rise and Early History of Political Parties in Oregon: Democratic Discord. by Walter Carleton Woodward
  • Oregon History for "the Oregon System". by F. G. Young
  • "Document": Report on the Territory of Oregon, Charles Wilkes

Volume 12, No. 4 (Dec. 1911)[edit]