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The Whitman Controversy

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This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924. It may be copyrighted outside the U.S. (see Help:Public domain).

THE

 

WHITMAN CONTROVERSY.

 

 

ARTICLES BY

 

ED. C. ROSS, REV. M. EELS AND W. H. GRAY.

 

IN REPLY TO

 

MRS. F. F. VICTOR AND ELWOOD EVANS,

 

Whose Contributions appeared in the Oregonian of November 7th and December 26th, 1884, respectively.

 

PORTLAND, OREGON:

GEO. H. HIMES, BOOK AND JOB PRINTER.


1885.

 

NOTE.


The attention of those who read this pamphlet is called to the fact that neither Mr. Ross nor Mr. Eells knew that the other had made an answer to Mrs. Victor's effusion against Dr. Whitman and the mission.

The Hon. Elwood Evans has placed himself in an unfortunate position. The facts stated, and the quotations made, will aid the reader to a correct conclusion concerning the subject at issue.