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Summary Oregon Historical Society, incorporated December 1898.
Volume XXXIX Maarch 1938 - December 1938, edited by Robert C. Clark.
Contents: The Columbia's Winter quarters of 1791-1792 located by Samuel Eliot Morison.--The Pinute-Bannock Raid of July 1878.--Alexander Carson, Wilhamot Freeman.----Experiences of a chaplain at Fort Vancouver, 1836-1838 by Hubert Beaver,--Charcoal Cave, an archeological puzzle by L. S. Cressman and Walter J. Perry.--The Columbia Maternal Association, its history. - Women's Club.--Joseph Meek, a conspicuous personality.--The Clackamas-Clerk Boundary, 1850 by Jesse S. Douglas.--Anglo-French Diplomacy, 1790.--The New Capital and State Library.--The Wascopan Missionby Marcella Hillgen.--The Prohibition movement in Oregon by John E. Caswell.--The Settlement of the Japanese in Oregon by Marjorie R. stearns.--Bushrod Washington Wilson by Bruce Martin.--Letters concerning voyages of British vessels to the Northwest Coast of America, 1787-1809.--Communication Pioneering in Oregon.--Discovery of Ciolumbia River by Captain Robert Gray. 1792.; Lewis and Calrk Expedition, 1805., John Jacob Astor founds Astoria, 1811. ; Hudsion Bay Company enters Oregon Country Territory, 1821 ; First Immigrant Train to Oregon 1841 ; Oregon Provisional Government established 1843 ; American Boundary Set at 49th Parallel 1846 ; First Post Office Weest of Rockies, at Astoria 1847 ; Oregon Territory created 1848 ; Washington made Territory ; Oregon Boundaries set 1853 ; Oregon admitted to Union 1859 ; Idaho Territory Established 1863 ; First Telegraph connection from Portland to the East, via San Francisco 1864 ; First Telephone Exchange at Portland 1878 ; First Oregon City-Portland Telephone Line 1879 ; Seattle Telephone Exchange established 1883 ; First Railroad from East, via Columbia River 1883 ; Washington Admitted to Union 1889 ; First Portland-Seattle Telephone Line 1892 ; Northwest connected by Telephone with San Francisco 1898 ; First Coast-to-Coast Telephone call 1915 ; Portland talks with London by telephone 1927 ; Telephone service established in Hawaii 1931; 93% of World's Telephoness interconnected 1937.--The Early fur trade of the Great Northwest by Frank E. Ross.
Includes index.
Object Name Book
Subjects Oregon--History
Monument to the Pioneers--Crook County
Sate Capital--Dedication
Carson, Alexander
Anglo-French
Wilson, Bushrod Washington
Oregon Steam Navigation
Charcoal Save
Clackamas-Clark County
Women'sClub
Fur Trade
Beaver, Herbert
Meek, Joseph
Japanese settlement
Title Oregon Historical Quarterly V.39 1938
Published Date 1938
Catalog Number 979.5/O3oh V.39 1938