Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 45

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Number 1 (March)[edit]

  • McLoughlin Proprietary Account with Hudson's Bay Company. ed. by Burt Brown Barker
  • Oregon Geographic Names: Sixth Supplement. by Lewis A. McArthur
  • World War II History Project. by L. S. Cressman
  • "Reviews"
  • "Shorter Notices"
  • "News and Comment"
  • "Necrology"
  • "Members"

Number 2 (June)[edit]

  • The Books That Enlightened the Emigrants. by Helen B. Kroll (external scan)
  • The Oregon Military Police of World War I. by J. F. Santee
  • Site of the Smith Massacre on July 14, 1828. ed. by Lancaster Pollard
  • The Journal of John Work: March 21-May 14, 1825. ed. by Nellie B. Pipes
  • Oregon Documents Check List I: Through State Journals. by comp. by Eleanor Ruth Rockwood
  • First True Confession Story Pictures Oregon "Moral". by Herbert B. Nelson
  • Dead Dick's Danger Ducks: A "Novel of Oregon". by Chester Anders Fee
  • "Reviews"
  • "Shorter Notices"
  • "News and Comment"
  • "Accessions"
  • "Necrology"

Number 3 (September)[edit]

  • The Friends Come to Oregon: I, Newberg Meeting. by H. S. Nedry
  • McLoughlin Proprietary Account with North West Company. ed. by Burt Brown Barker
  • Two Letters by a Pioneer from Arkansas. ed. by Dorsey D. Jones
  • World War II History Project: Progress Report. by L. S. Cressman
  • Oregon Document Check List II: Committee Reports. by comp. by Eleanor Ruth Rockwood
  • "Reviews"
  • "Accessions"
  • "Necrology"
  • "Shorter Notices"
  • "News and Comment"

Number 4 (December)[edit]

  • The Roster of the Expedition of Lewis and Clark. by Charles G. Clarke
  • The Friends Come to Oregon: Salem Quarter II. by H. S. Nedry
  • Reminiscences of Joaquin Miller and Canyon City. by H. C. Thompson (external scan)
  • The Name of William M. Tugman Added to Honor Roll. by Carl C. Webb and George Turnbull
  • Oregon Documents Check List III: Committee Reports. by comp. by Eleanor Ruth Rockwood
  • "Reviews"
  • "News and Comment"
  • "Necrology"
  • "Accessions"
  • Preserving Oregon's History--You Can Help
  • "1944 Publications of OHS"
  • "Index"

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was legally published within the United States (or the United Nations Headquarters in New York subject to Section 7 of the United States Headquarters Agreement) before 1964, and copyright was not renewed.