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Principal Articles in the Washington Historical Quarterly 



VOLUME VIII. 



Reminiscences of a Pioneer Woman Elizabeth Ann Coono 

First Immigrants to Cross the Cascades David Longmlre 

Pioneer Dead of 1916 Edith G. Prosch 

Pioneer Reminscences Thomas B. Beall 

Washington's War Governor William Pickering 

Chief Sluskln's True Narrative Lucullus V. McWhorter 

Washington Forts of the Fur Trade Regime O. B. Sperlin 

Earl Records of the University of Washington Edmond S. Meany 

The Spanish Settlement at Nootka F. W. Howay 

The Pioneers and Patriotism Hazard Stevens 

David Thompson's Journeys in the Spokane Country T. C. Elliott 

A Record of the San Poll Indians R. D. Gwydlr 

Pioneer Reminiscences Oscar Canfield 

Washington Geographic Names Edmond S. Meany 



VOLUME IX. 

Alaska Whaling Clarence L. Andrews 

David Thompson's Journeys in the Spokane Country T. C Elliott 

Washington War History Committees Henry Suzzallo 

Origin of Washington Geographic Names Edmond S. Meany 

Dog's Hair Blankets of the Coast Salish F. W. Howay 

Archibald McDonald: Biography and Genealogy William S. Lewis 

Evolution of an Indian Hero in France Charles M. Buchanan 

Bibliography of Isaac I. Stevens Rose M. Boening 

The Salmon of Alaska Clarence L. Andrews 

Western Spruce and the War ' Edmond S. Meany 

Slavery Among the Indians of Northwest America H. F. Hunt 



DOCUMENTS PRINTED. VOLUMES I.- VIII. 

Diary of John E. Howell, an Emigrant of 1845. 

Old Letters from Officials of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1S29-40. 

Journal of William Fraser Tolmle, April 30 to May 11, 1833. 

Journal of John Work, November and December, 1824; and June, 1825, to 

September 15, 1826. 
A New Vancouver Journal. 
Journal of Occurrences at Nisqually House. 
Diary of Colonel and Mrs. Isaac N. Ebey. 

Also shorter documents relating to the first attempt to ascend Mount 
Rainier, Beginnings of the Lake Washington Canal, Chief Leschi, Indian 
troubles, Beginning of the San Juan dispute. Establishing of the Navy 
Yard, Puget Sound, Transfer of Alaska to the United States, the Secret 
Mission of Warre and Vavasour and the Attitude of the Hudson's Bay 
Company during the Indian War of 1855-56. 



The Washington Historical Quarterly is published by the Washington 
University State Historical Society. It has taken as its field the history of 
the Pacific Northwest. It is issued quarterly with title page and index in 
the last number of each volume; it is also Indexed in The Magazine Subject 
Index. The current subscription price is $2.00 per year, or $.75 each for 
single copies. Back numbers are available as follows: 

Volumes I., II., III. and TV., each ■-■ $4.00 

Volumes V., VI., VII., VIII. and IX., each 3.00 

For information in regard to subscriptions or exchange, Address 
CHARLES W. SMITH, Business Manager, 
Washington Historical Quarterly 
University Station, 

Seattle, Washington. 



Announcement 

<I Washington's First Constitution, 1878, 
may now be had in separate form. 
The installments of the proceedings 
of the Walla Walla convention and 
of the document itself, edited by Ed- 
mond S. Meany, Professor of History 
and John T. Condon, Dean of the Law 
School, University of Washington, are 
combined in a single book. It is for 
sale by the Printing Department, 
University of Washington, Seattle. 
Only 250 copies are printed and the 
price is placed at fifty cents a copy 
simply to cover the cost. The book 
will be found valuable for a compara- 
tive study with the present constitu- 
tion. 

<][ Those who have suggested names of 
places to the United States Geograph- 
ic Board will find an important series 
of decisions in this issue of the Quar- 
terly. 

<I The spirit of co-operation among the 
workers in history in the Pacific 
Northwest is revealed by aid received 
from George H. Hines of the Oregon 
Historical Society, W. P. Bonner of 
the Washington State Historical So- 
ciety and William S. Lewis and Jacob 
A. Meyers of the Eastern Washington 
State Historical Society. 

<J Harry B. McElroy, of Olympia, has 
contributed another sheaf of historic 
manuscripts to the Library of the 
University of Washington. Others are 
invited to investigate the growing im- 
portance of this part of the Library.