Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volumes 91-100

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Volume 91, No. 1 (Spring 1990)[edit]

  • Dorothy McCullough Lee: The Successes and Failures of “Dottie-Do-Good”. by Paul C. Pitzer
  • From Dream to Demolition: The Yamhill Lock and Dam. by Susan Murray Reddick
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Affliated Societies

Volume 91, No. 2 (Summer 1990)[edit]

  • Ashwood on Trout Creek: A Study in Continuity and Change in Central Oregon. by Peter G. Boag
  • From Dream to Demolition” The Yamhill lock and Dam (part 2). by Susan Murray Reddick
  • Daniel W. Crofts on “Robert W. Johannsen and the Spirit of the Age”. by Review Essay
  • Articles of Related Interest

Volume 91, No. 3 (Fall 1990)[edit]

  • From Missouri to the Pacific Northwest: Pioneer Families in the 20th Century. by Ronald H. Limbaugh
  • The Formation of Prison-Management Philosophy in Oregon, 1843-1915. by Ward M. McAfee
  • Pat Koehler on the Women Shipbuilders of World War II. by Reminiscence
  • Frederick Bracher on School Days in Portland, 1911-1917, Reminiscence
  • Reviews
  • Recent Publications

Volume 91, No. 4 (Winter 1990)[edit]

  • The Two Lives of John Smith Griffin. by Steven W. Richardson
  • Stock in Flight: The Arrival of Aviation in Oregon. by Paul G. Spitzer
  • Elinor Cohn Shank, “Looking Back at Heppner”. by Reminiscence
  • Clyde Rice on Slashing, Toiling, Trekking, and Feasting. by Reminiscence
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publictions
  • OHS Board and Staff
  • Annual Index

Volume 92, No. 1 (Spring 1991)[edit]

  • Obed Dickinson and the “Negro Question “ in Salem. by Egbert S. Oliver
  • Mexican Mule Packers and Oregon’s Second Regiment Mounted Volunteers, 1855-1856. by Erasmo Gamboa
  • Gifford Pinchot, Agnes V. Scannell, and the Early Years of the Forest Service. by Documents - Edited by Lawrence Rakestraw
  • Ruth Manary on Life at a Lincoln County Logging Camp in the 1920s. by Reminiscence
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications

Volume 92, No. 2 (Summer 1991)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Delay and Wreck of the Peacock: An Episode in the Wilkes Expedition. by Constance Bordwell
  • Book Reviews
  • Articles of Related Interest

Volume 92, No. 3 (Fall 1991)[edit]

  • Sick Hearts: Indian Removal on the Oregon Coast, 1875-1881. by E. A. Schwartz
  • The Women of Fort Vancouver. by John A. Hussey
  • John Bailey on How Some Things Never Change, Reminiscence
  • Reviews

Volume 92, No. 4 (Winter 1991-92)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Introduction. by By Guest Editor Charles P. LeWarne
  • A Profile of Religion in the Bethel-Aurora Colonies. by David Nelson Duke
  • The Schellenbaum: A Communal Society’s Symbol of Allegiance. by Deborah M. Olsen
  • Aurora Colony Architecture: Building in a Nineteenth-Century Cooperative Society. by Philip Dole
  • “The Young People Became Restless”: Marriage Patterns before and after Dissolution of the
  • Aurora Colony. by Kimberly Swanson
  • Book Reviews
  • OHS Board and Staff

Volume 93, No. 1 (Spring 1992)[edit]

  • “It’s Down There Someplace”: Oil Exploration in Harney County. by Dorsey Griffin
  • The Hudson’s Bay Company and the Indians of Southern Oregon. by Nathan Douthit
  • Hadley Hobson, Marion County Pioneer. by Documents - Edited by Terence Emmons
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Annual Index

Volume 93, No. 2 (Summer 1992)[edit]

  • The Quiet Pacifists: Oregon’s Old Mennonites, 1914-1945. by David Peterson
  • The “Cross of Culture”: La Grande, Oregon, in the 1920s. by David Horowitz
  • Frederick Bracher on Going to the beach. by Reminiscence
  • Arthur E. Harder on Pioneer Persistence. by Reminiscence
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Articles of Related Interest

Volume 93, No. 3 (Fall 1992)[edit]

  • The Columbia River in History. by Editor’s Introduction
  • Creating the Columbia: Historians and the great River of the West, 1890-1935. by William L. Lang
  • Crimping and Shanghaiing on the Columbia River. by Denise M. Alborn
  • Frederick Bracher on Fishing in Untroubled Waters. by Reminiscence
  • Magnificent Photographic Images of the Columbia River Gorge. by Collections
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications

Volume 93, No. 4 (Winter 1992-93)[edit]

  • Oregon during the Second World War. by Editor’s Introduction
  • Taking Care of Their Own: The Marine Barracks at Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1944-1946. by Richard P. Matthews
  • John Fahey on “Reeducating” German Prisoners during World War II. by Reminiscence
  • Oral history Interview: Kathryn Hall Bogle on the African-American Experience in Wartime
  • Portland. by Collections
  • Oregon Penstemons and Clues to Pacific Northwest Botanical History. by Kenneth & Robin Lodewick
  • Point Lookout, the Natron Cut-off, and the Changing Face of Lane County. by Jerold Williams
  • Book Reviews
  • OHS Board and Honorary Council

Volume 94, No. 1 (Spring 1993)[edit]

  • The Politics of Land-Use Law in Oregon: Senate Bill 100, Twenty Years Later. by Carl Abbott & Deborah Howe
  • Oregon Photography: The First Fifty Years. by Terry Toedtemeier
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Annual Index for Volume 93

Volume 94, Nos. 2/3 (Summer-Fall 1993)[edit]

  • Trails to Oregon. by Editor’s Introduction
  • Calculating Ouragon. by James P. Ronda
  • Spacious Dreams: A Japanese American Family Comes to the Pacific Northwest. by Lauren Kessler
  • L. Samuel and the West Shore: Images of a Changing Pacific Northwest. by J. D. Cleaver
  • Erick Enquist: An Immigrant’s Story. by Gary W. Ferrington
  • Transactions of the Oregon Pioneer Association and Related Material. by Collections
  • OHS Executive Director Chet Orloff on the Meaning of the “Oregon Trail”. by Afterword
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Articles of Related Interest

Volume 94, No. 4 (Winter 1993-94)[edit]

  • The Japanese in Oregon. Editor’s Introduction
  • Guest Editor’s Introduction. by Lauren Kessler
  • A History of Oregon’s Issei, 1880-1952. by Eiichiro Azuma
  • Railroads, Stumps, and Sawmills: Japanese Settlers of the Hood River Valley. by Linda Tamura
  • The Catholic Church and Portland’s Japanese: The Untimely St. Paul Miki School Project. by Lillian A. Pereyra
  • The OHS Museum’s Yasui Family Collection. by Marsha Takayanagi Matthews
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • OHS Board and Honorary Council

Volume 95, No. 1 (Spring 1994)[edit]

  • Early Contacts between Euro-Americans and Native Americans. by Editor’s Introduction
  • The Pacific Northwest Measles Epidemic of 1847-1848. by Robert Boyd
  • Restraints of Vengeance: Retaliation-in-Kind and the Use of Indian Law in the Old Oregon Country. by John Phillip Reid
  • Making the Most of It: Native People’s Response to Introduced Ideas. by Mary Schlick
  • Book Reviews
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council
  • Annual Index - Volume 94

Volume 95, No. 2 (Summer 1994)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Flax and Linen: An Uncertain Oregon Industry. by Steve M. Wyatt
  • Family and Community on the Eastern Oregon Frontier. by William F. Willingham
  • C. S. Price As I Remember Him. by Eugene Edmund Snyder
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Articles of Related Interest
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council

Volume 95, No. 3 (Fall 1994)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • No Deposit, No Return: Richard Chambers, Tom McCall, and the Oregon Bottle Bill. by Brent Walth
  • Oregon’s Most Famous Feud: Wayne Morse versus Richard Neuberger. by Mason Drukman
  • The Making of the Modern Democratic Party in Oregon: An Interview with Howard Morgan. by Interviews
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council

Volume 95, No. 4 (Winter 1994-95)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • The “Jackson County Rebellion”: Social Turmoil and Political Insurgence in Southern Oregon during the Great Depression. by Jeff LaLande
  • Joseph Lane and the Rogue River Indians: Personal Relations across a Cultural Divide. by Nathan Douthit
  • “As Long as the World Goes On”: The Table Rocks and the Takelma. by Kay Atwood
  • Reviews

Volume 96, No. 1 (Spring 1995)[edit]

  • The Spousal Letters of Samuel R. Thurston, Oregon’s First Territorial Delegate to Congress: 1849-1851. by James R. Perry, Richard H. Chused, and Mary DeLano
  • The Strange Case of Oregon’s Spring Beauty: Discovery, Abduction, Rescue, Identity. by Robert D. Clark
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Reviews
  • Annual Index - Volume 95

Volume 96, No’s. 2/3 (Summer-Fall 1995)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Pink Elephants on the Willamette: The Life and Times of Jack “Thanks a Million” Matlack. by Paul C. Pitzer
  • Home-Front Casualties of War Mobilization: Portland Public Schools, 1941-1945. by David E. Hanson
  • A Copyboy in Love with Newspapers. by Eugene Edmund Snyder
  • The Bull Run Watershed: Portland’s Enduring Jewel. by Rick Harmon
  • Western History in the mid-1990s. by Jeffery Ostler
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Articles of Related Interest

Volume 96, No. 4 (Winter 1995-96)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Charles Sprague’s Internal Wars: Civil Liberties Challenges of an Editor and Governor. by Floyd J. McKay
  • Ethnicity and Radicalism: The Finns of Astoria and the Toveri, 1890-1930. by P. G. Hummasti
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Annual Index - Volume 96

Volume 97, No. 1 (Spring 1996)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Overland with Optimism: The Jesuit Missionaries and Salish Indians on the Columbia Plateau,
  • 1841-1850. by Elizabeth L. White
  • Father Nicolas Point: Missionary and Artist. by Thomas M. Rochford
  • Mysterious Journey: The Catholic Ladder of 1840. by Kris A. White and Janice St. Laurent
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications

Volume 97, No. 2 (Summer 1996)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • The Oregon Trail in the Columbia Gorge, 1843-1855: The Final Ordeal. by G. Thomas Edwards
  • Anti-Japanese Legislation in Oregon, 1917-1923. by Daniel P. Johnson
  • Western Voices
  • The Stories Communities Tell. by Sam Schrager
  • Book Reviews
  • Articles of Related Interest

Volume 97, No. 3 (Fall 1996)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Oregon Tests Academic Freedom in (Cold) Wartime: The Reed College Trustees versus Stanley Moore. by Michael Munk
  • Portlander John Reed Remembers Lee Sing, His Family’s Chinese Servant. by Fred DeWolfe
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications

Volume 97, No. 4 (Winter 1996-97)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Frederic Homer Balch and the Romance of Oregon History. by Stephen L. Harris
  • The Trials of A. A. Morrison, Rector of Trinity Church. by John C. Beatty, Jr.
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Annual Index

Volume 98, No. 1 (Spring 1997)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introdcution
  • Cynthia Stafford and the Lost Mining Town of Auburn. by Virginia Duffy McLoughlin
  • Oregon Places
  • The Fort Rock Basin: Valley in Transition. by Merritt Y. “Bud” Parks
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications

Volume 98 No. 2 (Summer 1997)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Abigail versus Harvey: Sibling Rivalry in the Oregon Campaign for Woman Suffrage. by Lee Nash
  • Yosuke Matsuoka: The Far-Western Roots of a World-Political Vision. by Masaharu Ano
  • Documents
  • Letters from Arnold Hague: Early Mount Hood Explorer. by S. Gorham Babson
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications

Volume 98, No. 3 (Fall 1997)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • The Hudson’s Bay Company and Its Use of Force, 1828-1829. by Jonathan R. Dean
  • The Identity of the Tonquin’s Interpreter. by Robert F. Jones
  • Documents
  • Jotham Sewall Parsons and the Mariposa. by Joan Parsons Wang
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications

Volume 98, No. 4 (Winter 1997-98)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Through the Lens of Assimilation: Edwin L. Chalcarft and Chemawa Indian Schools. by Cary C. Collins
  • Lee Morehouse: Photographer of the Inland Empire. by Steven L. Grafe
  • Book Reviews
  • Annual Index

Volume 99, No. 1 (Spring 1998)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Oregon’s “Poetry Landslide”: Col. E Hofer and the Lariet. by Rolf Swensen
  • Documents
  • Harold Farrow’s Splendid Portland 1910. by Alan Sykes
  • Reminiscences
  • Recollections of a Printer’s Devil. by Randall B. Kester
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book reviews
  • Recent Publications

Volume 99, No. 2 (Summer 1998)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • Vanport Conspiracy Rumors and Social Relations in Portland 1940-1950. by Stuart McElderry
  • Collections
  • Images through Time: The OHS Photographic Archives. by Susan Seyl
  • Western Voices
  • Willamette Eden: The Ambiguous Legacy. by William G. Robbins
  • Book reviews
  • Recent Publication

Volume 99, No. 3 (Fall 1998)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • The Myth of the Harmonious City: Will Daly, Lora Little, and the hidden Face of Progressive-
  • Era Portland. by Robert D. Johnston
  • The Rise and Fall of the Portland Hotel. by G. Douglas Nicoll
  • Stanford White and the Portland Hotel: A Case Study in Historical Mutation. by G. Douglas Nicoll
  • Book Reviews

Volume 99, No. 4 (Winter 1998-99)[edit]

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • A Yale Scientific Expedition of 1871: A Student’s- Eye View. by Mary Faith Pankin
  • Thomas Condon and the “Natural Selection” of Oregon Pioneers. by Rick Harmon
  • Collections
  • The Oregon Historical Society’s “AT&T Tresure of Oregon” Mobile Exhibit. by Jamie Morton
  • Book Reviews

Volume 100, No. 1 (Spring 1999)[edit]

  • Six Oregon Leaders and the Far-Reaching Impact of America’s Civil War. by G. Thomas Edwards.
  • “Dixie” of the Pacific Northwest: Southern Oregon’s Civil War. by Jeff LaLande
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Annual Index, Volume 99

Volume 100, No. 2 (Summer 1999)[edit]

  • Empty Promises, Empty Nets. by Roberta Ulrich
  • Sex & Politics in Progressive-Era Portland & Eugene: The 1912 Same-Sex Vice Scandal. by Peter Boag
  • The Great Willamette River Flood in 1861. by George R. Miller
  • OHS Exhibit
  • The Willamette Valley: Our Place. by M.-C. Cuthill
  • Book Reviews
  • Letters

Volume 100, No. 3 (Fall 1999)[edit]

  • Imperfect Justice: The Modoc War Crimes Trials of 1873. by Doug Foster
  • Probing the Depths of Crater Lake: A Century of Scientific Research. by Douglas W. Larson
  • Research Files
  • “Brought to You by Transcription”: Portland’s Radio History. by Ken S. Lomax
  • A Tribute
  • Memories of Priscilla Knuth, 1923-1999
  • Reviews
  • Book Notes

Volume 100, No. 4 (Winter 1999-2000)[edit]

  • Hunting Reds in Oregon, 1935-1939. by Gary Murrel
  • Between Indian and White Worlds on the Oregon-California Border. 1851-1857. by Nathan Douthit
  • Violence Against Wives by Prominent Men in Clatsop County. by David Peterson del Mar
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Contents, Volume 100
  • Index, Volume 100