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Clarence B. Bagley, Seattle. W. D. Lyman, Walla Walla. 
J. N. Bowman. Seattle. Edward McMahon, Seattle. 

T. C. Elliott, Walla Walla. Thomas W. Prosch, Seattle. 
Frank A. Colder, Pullman. Oliver H. Richardson. Seattle. 

Ceylon S. Kingston, Cheney. O. B. Sperlin, Tacoma. 
E. O. S. Scholefield, Victoria, B. C. 
Allen Weir, Olympia. 

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EDMOND S. MEANY 

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CHARLES W. SMITH 

VOL. IV, NO. 3 JULY. 1913 

ISSUED QUARTERLY 



Conteittsi 

GBOItGK W. SOLIDAY ludepemleuee Day In the Far North- 

Mcut 183 

KDMONU S. MEANY The Story nt Three Olympic Peaks 183 

ISAAC H. W'HKALDON Stories unit Sketches From Pacific 

County 187 

<;:. T. JOHNSON Did Webster Kvcr Say This? 1»1 

DOCUMKNTS — Letter From John Tyler to Ills Sou 194 

liOOK REVIEWS l»a 

NEWS DKPAKTMK.XT 301 

\OUTHWESTBn.\ HISTOHY S V l,I,AUl S 2«»4 

KEPHINT DEPAHTMKNT — George Wilkes: History ot Oretfou, Geo- 

Kraphlcal, GeoloKieal uud Political (New Vork, Colyer, 1843) 207 

THE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

University Station 

SEATTLE. U. S. A. 



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li^ajiijinBton ^tstorical (iSuarterlp 

igoarti of etittorK 

Clarence B. Bagley, Seattle. W. D. Lyman, Walla Walla. 
J. N. Bowman. Seattle. Edward McMahon, Seattle. 

T. C. Elliott, Walla Walla. Thomas W. Prosch. Seattle. 
Frank A. Colder. Pullman. Oliver H. Richardson, Seattle. 

Ceylon S. Kingston, Cheney. O. B. Sperlin, Tacoma. 
E. O. S. ScHOLEFIELD, Victoria, B. C. 
Allen Weir, Olympia. 

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EDMOND S. MEANY 

^mintsii idanager 
CHARLES W. SMITH 

VOL. IV, NO. 3 JULY, 1913 

ISSUED QUARTERLY 



Contents! 

GISORGE: W. SOLIDAY independence Day In 4he Far North- 
went 163 

EDMOND S. MEJANY The Story of Three Olympic Peaks 182 

ISAAC H. WHEAIiDON Stories and Sketches From Pacific 

County 187 

C. T. JOHNSON Did Webster Bver Say This? 191 

DOCVMBNTS — Letter Prom .lohn Tyler to His Son 194 

BOOK REVIEWS 196c 

NEWS DEPARTMENT 201 

NORTHWESTERN HISTORY SYLIiARUS 264 

REPRINT DEPARTMENT — George Wilkes: History of Oregon, Geo- 

arraphlcal. Geological and Political (New York, Colyer, 1845) .. 207 

THE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

University Station 

SEATTLE, U. S. A. 



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Clarence B. Bagley, President 
Judge John P. Hoyt, Vice President 
Judge Roger S. Greene, Treasurer 
Professor Edmond S. Meany, Secretary 
Judge Cornelius H. Hanford 
Judge Thomas Burke 
Samuel Hill 



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