|Scope & Content
Contents: Umpqua Lighthouse (A-1).--The Wreck of the Steamer Tacoma, by George B. Abdill [A-1(b)].--Capt. James Hill [A-1(c)].--Loss of the Gazelle and Washtucna (A-1(c)].--Wreck of the Schooner, "Alpha" [A-1(e)].--Umpqua Sailing Vessel Date [A-1(f)].--This Day in Oregon History by David W. Hazen [A-1(g)].--Wreck of the Tacoma in 1883, North of the Umpqua [A-1(h)].--Captain John Bergman [A-1(i)].--Wrecks on and near the Umpqua Bar[A-1(j)].--Some notes on Historic Activities on the Umpqua River below Scottsburg, by George B. Abdill [A-1(k)].--Some notes on Early Exploration and Navigation of the Umpqua River [A-1(k)].--An Incredible Journey--But did it happen? by Fritz Timmen [A-1(l)].--The Umpqua River Steam Navigation[A-1(m)].--Navigation [A-1(n)].--Walling..Vessels built on the Umpqua [A-1(o)].--Cyrus Hedden arrived in Portland [A-1(p)].--Phil Sheridan [A-1(q)].--Ship Register & Enrollments of Marshfield, Oregon [A-1(r)].--Crew of the Samuel Roberts [A-1(s)].--South Umpqua River steamboating -[A-1(t)].--Advertising in the Scottsburg Umpqua Weekly[A-1(u)].--Capt. Harry Wade [A-1(v)].--Marine ref. notes [A-1(w)].--Capt. James Frain [A-1(x)].--Notes on Navigation frrom early newspaper [A-1(y)].--Umpqua River built vessels [A-1(z)].-Uncle Al's Story corner by Alan Knudtson.[A149(a)].--United States Inspectors certificate of Godfrey Seymour [A149)b)].