Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 52

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Number 1 (March)[edit]

  • Black Harris, Mountain Man, Teller of Tales. by Verne Bright
  • History of Papermaking in the Pacific Northwest: I. by W. Claude Adams
  • Clinton De Witt Smith, Secretary, Idaho Territory, 1864-1865. by Merle W. Wells
  • "Bibliographic Notes". by Martin Schmitt
  • "Affiliated Societies"
  • "News Notes"
  • Board, Staff, PUbs

Number 2 (June)[edit]

  • Contributions of Virginians in Oregon, 1850. by Harvey E. Tobie
  • History of Papermaking in the Pacific Northwest: II. by W. Claude Adams
  • The St. Helens-Hillsborough Territorial Road. by George A. Nelson
  • Senator Baker of Oregon. by Grant Conway
  • Quivira, a Legendary City of the Oregon Coast. by Verne Bright
  • "Affiliated Societies"
  • "News Notes"
  • OHS Board, Staff, Pubs

Number 3 (September)[edit]

  • Extinguishing Indian Titles on the Oregon Coast. by Jerry A. O'Callaghan
  • Reminiscences and Anecdotes: McNarys and Lanes. by Oswald West
  • History of Papermaking in the Pacific Northwest: III. by W. Claude Adams
  • "Art Note". by Harris K. Pryor
  • "Reviews"
  • "Affiliated Societies"
  • OHS Board, Staff, PUbs

Number 4 (December)[edit]

  • The Pacific Northwest: A Regional Study. by Lancaster Pollard
  • Reminiscences and Anecdotes: The Harding Brothers. by Oswald West
  • The Folklore and History of the "Oregon Fever". by Verne Bright
  • A Note on Bison Hunting: A Few Were Saved. by F. J. Clifford
  • "Reviews"
  • "Affiliated Societies"
  • "Minutes of the Annual Meeting"
  • "Index"
  • Board, Staff