Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 8

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Number 1 (March)[edit]

  • Recollections of an Indian Agent [cont.]. by T. W. Davenport
  • A Soldier of the Oregon Frontier. by Will J. Trimble
  • “Documents" [Occupation of the Columbia River, Letters]
  • "Notes and News"
  • The Prefatory Note to the Nesmith Diary
  • "Accessions"

Number 2 (June)[edit]

  • Recollections of an Indian Agent, Part II. by T. W. Davenport
  • Financial History of Oregon: Part Two. by F. G. Young
  • Notes from a Government Document on Oregon Conditions in the Fifties. by Thomas W. Prosch
  • Two of Oregon's Foremost Commonwealth Builders: Judge Reuben Patrick Boise and Professor Thomas Condon

Number 3 (September)[edit]

  • The Vancouver Reservation Case: A Legal Romance. by Thomas M. Anderson
  • Recollections of an Indian Agent--III. by T. W. Davenport
  • The Historic Sites in Eugene and Their Monuments. by Jennie B. Harris
  • The Marking of Historic Sites. by F. G. Young
  • The Mormon Settlements in the Missouri Valley. by Clyde B. Aitchison
  • "Documents" [Occupation of the Columbia River, McLoughlin letter]
  • "Reviews" [2]

Number 4 (December)[edit]

  • Address of Frederick V. Holman [dedication of McLoughlin Institute, Oregon City, 1907]
  • History of Organization of Oregon State Agricultural Society. by George H. Himes
  • Recollections of an Indian Agent--IV. by T. W. Davenport
  • Bibliography of Hall J. Kelley. by F. W. Powell
  • Diary of Asahel Munger and Wife
  • "Notes and Reviews" [4]
  • "Accessions"