Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 13

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Volume 13, number 1 (Mar. 1912)[edit]

  • An Historical Series for Kindling an Oregon Sentiment. by F. G. Young
  • A Glimpse into Prehistoric Oregon. by Ellen Condon McCornack
  • Rise and Early History of Political Parties in Oregon: The Issues of War. by Walter Carleton Woodward
  • The Earliest Travelers on the Oregon Trail. by T. C. Elliott
  • Centennial of Arrival of First White Men in Baker County. by George H. Himes
  • "Notes"

Volume 13, No. 2 (June 1912)[edit]

Volume 13, No. 3 (Sept. 1912)[edit]

  • The Trail of the Astorians. by Rev. J. Neilson Barry
  • Reminiscences of Seventy Years. by William Barlow
  • The Barlow Road. by Walter Bailey
  • John C. Calhoun As Secretary of War, 1817-1825. by Frances Packard Young
  • "Document": Address of Canadian Settlers of the Willamette Valley to the American Settlers on Proposed Political Organization. by trans. by P. J. Frein [orig. French included]

Volume 13, No. 4 (Dec. 1912)[edit]

  • Transmission of Intelligence in Early Days in Oregon. by Clarence B. Bagley (address at OHS annual meeting)
  • "Documents": Journal of John Work, Covering Snake Country Expedition of 1830-31, and others. by editorial notes by T. C. Elliott
  • "Index"