Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 14

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Number 1 (March)[edit]

  • Report of Lieutenant Neil M. Howison on Oregon, 1846: A Reprint
  • Oregon in 1863. by Thomas W. Prosch
  • An Indian Agent's Experience in the War of 1886. by Henry C. Coe
  • "Documents": Cost of Improvements Made by Dr. John McLoughlin at Willamette Falls to Jan. 1, 1951
  • "Review": Economic Beginnings of the Far West, by Katharine Coman. by essay by F. G. Young

Number 2 (June)[edit]

  • Harvey W. Scott, Editor--Review of His Half-Century Career and Estimate of His Work. by Alfred Holman
  • Mr. Scott's Extensive Library As a Gauge of His Broad Scholarship and Literary Activity. by Charles H. Chapman
  • Review of Mr. Scott's Writings on His Favorite and Most Important Subjects. by Leslie M. Scott
  • Harvey W. Scott [verse]. by William P. Perkins
  • Tributes to Mr. Scott's Achievements in Journalism

Number 3 (September)[edit]

  • Letter by Daniel H. Lownsdale to Samuel R. Thurston, First Territorial Delegate from Oregon to Congress. by intro. by Clarence B. Bagley
  • Journal of E. Willard Smith while with the Fur Traders, Vasquez and Sublette, in the Rocky Mountain Region, 1839-1840. by edit. notes by J. Neilson Barry
  • Journal of John Work's Snake Country Expedition of 1830-31. by edit. notes by T. C. Elliott
  • Why Not a Folk Festival in the Rose Festival?. by F. G. Young

Number 4 (December)[edit]

  • Reminiscences of Captain William P. Gray. by Fred Lockley
  • Letters by Burr Osborn, Survivor of the Howison Expedition to Oregon, 1846. by edited by George H. Himes
  • Journal of Alexander Ross--Snake Country Expedition, 1824. by edit. notes by T. C. Elliott