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Contributing <Ctiitor£ 

Clarence B. Bagley, Seattle W. D. Lyman, Walla Walla 

T. C. Elliott, Walla Walls H. B. McElroy, Olympia 

FuANK A. GoLDER, Pullmar Edward McMahon, Seattle 

William S. Lewis, Spokane O. B. Sperlin, Tacoma 

F. W. Howay, New Westminster, B. C. 



Managing, Cliitor 
EDMOND S. MEANY 

^uiintii iElanager 
CHARLES W. SMITH 

VOL. XL NO. 1 JANUARY, 1920 

ISSUED QUARTERLY 
Two Dollars per Tear 

Contents! 

F. W. HO%VAY The Voyngc of 4he Hoite: 1700-1702 !I 

WILLIAM S. LEWIS Frauds Heron, Fur Trader: Other Herons 21> 

C. B. BAGLEY Death of E. O. S. Scholefleld 33 

VICTOR J. FARHAR Pioneer and Historical Societies of AVash- 

lut;tu:i 37 

EDMO?ID S. MEANY Origin of Washington Geosraphle Names. 44 

DOCUMENTS — The Nisqnally Jonrual, Edited by Victor J. Farrar 5}) 

BOOK REVIEWS 60 

NEWS DEPARTMENT 75 

THE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

University Station 

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 

Entered as second-class matter, November 15, 1906, at the Postoffice at 
Seattle, Washington, under the Act of Congrress of July 16, 1S94 



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Contnbuttng Cbitorti 
Clarence B. Baglkt, Seattle W. D. Lyman, Walla Walla 

T. C. Elliott, Walla Walla H. B. McElroy, Olympia 

Frank A. Golder, Pullma» Edward McMahon, Seattle 

William S. Lewis, Spokane O. B. Spkrlin, Tacoma 

F. W. HowAY, New Westminster, B. C. 



iHanagtng (Ctittor 
EDMOND S. MEANY 

^nsintii iHanager 
CHARLES W. SMITH 

VOL. XL NO. 1 JANUARY, 1920 

ISSUED QUARTERLY 

Two Dollars per Year 

Contentis 

p. W. HOWAY The Voyage of the Hope: 1790-179S 3 

HVILIiIAM S. LEWIS Frauds Heron, Fur Trader: Other Herons 2» 

C. B. BAGLEY Death of B. O. S. Scholefleld 3S 

VICTOR J. FARRAR Pioneer and Htstorlcal Societies of Wash- 

iuston 37 

BDHOND S. MBANY Origin of Washington Geographic Names . 44 

DOCITMFMTS — ^The Nisqnally Jonriinl, Fdited by Victor J. Farrar 59 

BOOK RBVIGWS 66 

NB-WS DEPARTMENT 75 

THE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

University Station 

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 

Entered as second-class matter, November 15, 1906, at the Postofllce at 
Seattle, Washington, under the Act of Congress of July 16, 1894 



Witt Waaf^in^m Winibtttiitp 



Officers and Board of Trustees 
Ci<ARENCE B. Bagl,ey, President 
Judge John P. Hoyt, Vice-President 
Judge Roger S. Greene, Treasurer 
Judge Thomas Burke 
Judge Cornewus H. Haneord 
Samuei< Hii,i, 
Professor Edmond S. Meany, Secretary 



Seattle 

Department of PeintinOj Univbksitt op Washington 

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