Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 58

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Number 1 (March)[edit]

  • The Founding of Camp Watson. by Judith Keyes Kenny
  • The Oregon Donation Act and the National Land Policy. by James M. Bergquist
  • Portland Remedial Loan Association, Organization, Growth and Final Liquidation. by E. B. MacNaughton
  • The War on the Webfoot Saloon. by Malcolm H. Clark, Jr.
  • Editorial News
  • Book Reviews
  • Affiliated Societies
  • News Notes
  • OHS Board, staff, pubs

Number 2 (June)[edit]

  • British Investment and Oregon Mining, 1860-1900. by Clark G. Spence
  • The Oneida Toll Road Controversy, 1864-1880. by Donald N. Wells and Merle W. Wells
  • When the Train Reached Seaside. by Inez Stafford Hanson
  • The Ilwaco Railroad. by Thomas E. Jessett
  • Editorial News
  • Touring Information On Oregon Museums
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Affliated Societies
  • OHS Board, staff, pubs

Number 3 (September)[edit]

  • Nathaniel Wyeth's Fort Hall. by Richard G. Beidleman
  • The Discovery amd Cartographical Recognition of Shoalwater Bay. by Jean Hazeltine
  • Editorial News
  • Book Reviews
  • Affliated Societies
  • News Notes
  • OHS Board, staff

Number 4 (December)[edit]

  • Randolph: Ghost Town of the Oregon Beaches. by Verne Bright
  • The Old School Baptists in Early Oregon. by Clifford R. Miller
  • Caleb Cushing's Chinese Mission and the Treaty of Wanghia: A Review. by Richard E. Welch, Jr.
  • Time to a Forester. by David T. Mason
  • Editorial News
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Affliated Societies
  • Annual Meeting
  • Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws: Revision From 1948
  • OHS Board, staff
  • Annual Index