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Volume 101, No. 1 (Spring 2000)Edit

  • A century of the Oregon Historical Quarterly
  • George Himes, F. G. Young, and the Early Years of the Oregon Historical Society. by Amanda Laugeson
  • The Tragedy of Charity Lamb, Oregon’s First Convicted Murderess
  • Ronald B. Lansing
  • Oregon Places
  • “...to foster the tennis interests of this city...” The Early Years of Portland’s Irvington Tennis Club. by Helen Weiman Bledsoe
  • OHQ-100 Years
  • David Douglas Discovers the Sugar Pine. by Introduction by Philip Cogswell
  • Reviews

Volume 101, No. 2 (Summer 2000)Edit

  • The “Portland Period” of Artist Carl Walters. by Michael Munk
  • Terrasquirma and the Engines of Social Change. by Alexander Patterson
  • From Airships to Flying Saucers: Oregon’s Place in the Evolution of the UFO Lore. by Robert E. Bartholomew
  • Oregon Places
  • The Art Room in the Oregon Building: Oregon Arts and Crafts in 1915. by Robert Lunberg
  • OHQ Research Files
  • Honoring a Career of Service at the National Archives: An Interview with Joyce Justice. by Cary C. Collins and Charles V. Mutschler
  • OHQ-100 Years
  • From Youth to Age as an American” John Minto in the Willamette Valley. by Introduction by William L. Long
  • Reviews

Volume 101, No. 3 (Fall 2000)Edit

  • Termination and Tribal Survival: The Klamath Tribes of Oregon. by Patrick Haynal
  • Not Just the Vote: Abigail Scott Duniway’s Serialized Novels and the Struggle for Women’s Rights. by Debra Shein
  • The Underestimating Oregon presidential Primary of 1960. by Monroe Sweetland. by Afterword by Jack Ohman
  • Imagining Places: Landscape in the Fiction of the Craig Lesly, Robin Cody, and Molly Gloss. by John C. Davies
  • The Story of my Life: Memories of Sweet Home. by India Pearl Howes Russell
  • Oregon Vioces
  • Recollecting a Landscape: Oral Histories of Spirit Lake and Mount St. Helens. by Christine Colasurdo
  • Oregon Places
  • Hometown. by Tom McAllister and David B. Marshall
  • Reviews
  • Letters

Volume 101, No. 4 (Winter 2000-01)Edit

  • Portland’s Works Progress Administration. by Neil Barker
  • Forest Grove and Chemawa Indian School: The First Off-Reservation Boarding School in the West
  • The Evolution of the Chemawa Indian School: From Red River to Salem, 1825-1885. by SuAnn M. Reddick
  • The Broken Crucible of Assimilation: Forest Grove Indian School and the Origins of Off-
  • Reservation Boarding-School Education in the West. by Cary. C. Collins
  • Minor White in Oregon: A Personal Recollection. by Gerald H. Robinson
  • Oregon Places
  • Myths and Anarchists: Sorting out the History of Portland’s White Eagle Saloon. by Tim Hills
  • Reviews
  • Book Notes
  • Letters
  • Contents, Volume 101
  • Annual Index

Volume 102, No. 1 (Spring 2001)Edit

  • Portland: Civic Culture and Civic Opportunity. by Carl Abbott
  • Indian Pioneers: The Settlement of Ni’lukhwalqw (Upper Hangman Creek, Idaho) by the
  • Schitsu’umsh (Coeur d’Alene Indians). by Gary B. Palmer
  • To Seek, Suffer, and Trust: ascetic Devotion in a Modern Church on the Frontier. by David C. Thomas
  • Edgar Horner and the Wreck of the Alaska. by Introduction by Cain Allen
  • OHQ research Files
  • Vancouver’s Treasure of Material Culture: The Archaeological Collection at Fort Vancouver
  • National Historic Site. by Theresa E. Langford
  • Reviews
  • Book Notes
  • Letters

Volume 102, No. 2 (Summer 2001)Edit

  • Ourigan: Wealth of the Northwest Coast. by Scott Byram and David G. Lewis
  • “A Menace to the Neighborhood” Housing and African Americans in Portland, 1941-1945. by Rudy Pearson
  • Henry Weinhard and Portland’s City Brewery. by Aukjen T. Ingraham
  • Unrealized Visions: Medford and the City Beautiful Movement. by Robert D. Russell, Jr.
  • Oregon Places
  • St Vincent’s and the Sisters of Providence: Oregon’s Fist Permanent Hospital. by Sydney Clevenger
  • OHQ Research Files
  • The Sisters of Providence Archives, Seattle. by Terri Mitchell
  • A Tribute to Terence Edward O’Donnell
  • Reviews
  • Book Notes

Volume 102, No. 3 (Fall 2001)Edit

  • The Good Fight: Forest Fire Protection and the Pacific Northwest. by William G. Robbins
  • Sacagawea’s Son as a Symbol. by Albert Furtwangler
  • The Spiritual Shelters of Pietro Belluschi. by G. Douglas Nicoll
  • The Changing Climate of Oregons Driest Town: Monmouth’s Prohibition Ordinances,
  • 1859-2001. by Kyle R. Jansson
  • Here and There: An Itinerant Worker in the pacific Northwest 1898. by Hayes Perkins with Introduction by Carlos A. Schwantes
  • Reviews
  • Book Notes
  • Letters

Volume 102, No. 4 (Winter 2001-02)Edit

  • Oregon at War. by Eckard V. Toy, jr.
  • “Shameful Mismanagement, Wasteful Extravagance, and the Most Unfortunate Dissention”: George Simpon’s Misconceptions of the North West Company. by H. Lloyd Keith
  • A Missionary Journal to Oregon, 1853-1854. by Bishop Matthew Simpson. by Introduction by James E. Kirby
  • The University of Oregon, 1876: A Commemorative Forum. by Steven Shankman, James C. Mohr, C.H. Edson, Donald Peting, Marian Smith, and Rebecca Force
  • OHQ Research Files
  • Scraps of History: Researching Scrapbooks at the Oregon Historical Society. by Ellen Walkley
  • Postscript
  • Sacagawea’s Son: New Evidence from Germany. by Albert Furtwangler

Volume 103, No. 1 (Spring 2002)Edit

  • Editors’ Preface: OHQ Changes It’s Look
  • Water Like Sky: Reflections on Crater Lake National Park at One Hundred Years. by David Louter
  • A Most Sacred Place: The Significance of Crater Lake among the Indians of Southern Oregon.. by Douglas Deur
  • He All but Made the Mountains: William Gladstone Steel, Mountain Climbing, and the Establishment of Crater Lake National Park. by Erik Weiselberg
  • Photography and the Making of Crater Lake National Park. by Sharon M. Howe
  • A Study in Appreciation of Nature: John C. Merriam and the educational purpose of Crater Lake National Park. by Stephen R. Mark
  • Reviews
  • Book Notes

Volume 103, No. 2 (Summer 2002)Edit

  • Refuges and the Reclamation: Conflicts in the Klamath Basin, 1904-1965. by Doug Foster
  • “The Greatest Curse of the Race”: Eugenic Sterilization in Oregon, 1909-1983. by Mark A. Largent
  • “This is Just the First Round”: Designing Wilderness in the Central Oregon Cascades, 1950-1964. by Kevin R. Marsh
  • Oregon Places
  • The Brooklyn Roundhouse. by Wayne Depperman. by With Richard H. Engeman
  • Research File
  • Voices of Oregon: Twenty Five Years of Professional Oral History at the Oregon Historical Society. by Danna Sinclair and Peter Kopp
  • Affiliate Spotlight
  • Deschutes County Historical Society. by Richard H. Engeman, editor
  • Reviews
  • Letters

Volume 103, No. 3 (Fall 2002)Edit

  • Protesting Monuments in Progress: A Comparative Study of Protests against Four Dams, 1838-1955. by Jeff Crane
  • Pioneering Free Library Service for the City, 1864-1902: The Library Association of Portland and the Portland Public Library. by Cheryl Gunselman
  • Picking up the Drum: An Oral History from the Columbia Plateau. by Fermore Craig. by Interviewed and edited by Robin Richards
  • Lady Loggers and Gyppo Wives: Women and Northwest Logging. by Robert E. Walls
  • Affiliate Spotlight
  • Bandon Historical Society
  • Reviews
  • Notices
  • Letters

Volume 103, No. 4 (Winter 2002)Edit

  • Beyond Place: A Forum
  • Bioregionalism and the History of Place. by William Lang
  • Bioregional and Cultural Meaning: The Problem with the Pacific Northwest. by William G. Robbins
  • Bioregions and Nations States: Lessons from Lewis and Clark in the Oregon Country. by Mark Spence
  • Bioregional Politics: The Case for the Place. by Sara Dant Ewert
  • Picturing the Corps if Discovery: The Lewis and Clark Expedition in Oregon Art. by Jeffry Uecker
  • “I Didn’t Do Anything Anyone Else Couldn’t Have Done”: A View of Oregon History Through the Ordinary Life of Barbara Mackenzie. by Katrine Barber. by And Janice Dilg
  • The Making of an American. by Shizue Iwatsuki. by Introduction by Linda Tamura
  • Research Files
  • Documenting Women’s History: Using Oral History and the Collaborative Process. by Katrine Barber. by And Janice Dilg
  • Affiliate Spotlight
  • Polk County Historical Society
  • Reviews

Volume 104, No. 1 (Spring 2003)Edit

  • Rodeo Queens at the Pendleton Round-Up: The First Go-Round, 1910-1917. by Renee M. Laegreid
  • Painting the Philippines with an American Brush: Visions of Race and National Mission among the Oregon Volunteers in the Philippine Wars of 1898-1899. by Sean McEnroe
  • Looking Backward at Edward Bellamy’s Influence in Oregon, 1888-1936. by James Kopp
  • British Newspapers and the Oregon Treaty of 1846. by Thomas C. McClintock
  • Oregon Voices
  • Our Ways: History and Culture of Mexicans in Oregon. by Nancy Nusz and Gabriella Ricciardi
  • Affiliate Spotlight
  • Tamastslikt Cultural Institute
  • Reviews
  • Notices

Volume 104, No. 2 (Summer 2003)Edit

  • Beavers, Firs, Salmon, and Falling Water: Pacific Northwest Regionalism and the Environment. by William L. Lang
  • “Ruining” the Rivers in the Snake Country: The Hudson’s Bay Company’s Fur Desert Policy. by Jennifer Ott
  • Replacing Salmon: Columbia River Indian Fishing Rights and the Geography of Fisheries Mitigation. by Cain Allen
  • “The School Is Under My Direction”: The Politics of Education at Fort Vancouver, 1836-1838. by Stephen Woolworth
  • Oregon Places
  • Oaks Amusement Park. by Bryan Aalberg
  • Affiliate Spotlight
  • Jacksonville Woodlands Association
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Notices

Volume 104, No. 3 (Fall 2003)Edit

Volume 104, No. 4 (Winter 2003)Edit

  • The Political Legacy of Robert W. Straub. by Richard A. Clucas
  • “The Leviathan of the North”: American Perceptions of the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1816-1846. by William Swagerty
  • Theodore B. Wilcox: Captain of Industry and Magnate of the China Flour Trade, 1884-1918. by Daniel J. Meissner
  • “As Truly American as Your Son”: Voicing Opposition to Interment in Three West Coast Cities. by Ellen Eisenberg
  • Oregon Places
  • The Nestle Condensary in Bandon. by Joe R. Blakely
  • Research Files
  • Using Artifacts to Study the Past: Early Evidence for John Day Exploration. by Michael McKenzie
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Notices

Volume 105, No. 1 (Spring 2004)Edit

Volume 105, No. 2 (Summer 2004)Edit

  • Tangled Nets: Treaty Rights and Tribal Identities at Celilo Falls. by Andrew H. Fisher
  • Chief Lelooska: The Evolution of an Artist. by Chris Friday
  • Oregon, The Beautiful. by Ives Goddard and Thomas Love
  • The Right Side of the 1960’s: The Origins of the John Birch Society in the Pacific Northwest. by EckardV. Toy, Jr.
  • Oregon My Oregon Historical Society. by Stephen Dow Beckham
  • Oregon Voices
  • The Southern Route Revisited. by Ross A. Smith
  • Research Files
  • Documenting Utopia in Oregon: The Challenges of Tracking the Quest for Perfection. by James J. Kopp
  • Spotlight on Affiliates
  • Union County, Oregon History Project
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Notices

Volume 105, No. 3 (Fall 2004)Edit

  • Discussing the Columbia: An Introduction
  • Describing a New Environment: Lewis and Clark and Enlightenment Science in the Columbia River Basin. by William L. Lang
  • The Evolving Landscape of the Columbia River Gorge: Lewis and Clark and the Cataclysms on the Columbia. by Jim E. O’Connor
  • Focusing on the Columbia Gorge: Photography, Geology, and the Pioneer West. by Terry N. Toedtemeier
  • Where Have All the Native Fish Gone? The Fate of the Fish that Lewis and Clark Encountered on the Lower Columbia River. by Virginia L. Butler
  • Still Exploring, Still Learning in 1806: Observation on the Lewis and Clark Expedition between the Columbia and the Bitterroot Range. by Robert Carriker
  • Soyaapo and the Remaking of Lewis and Clark. by Mark Spence
  • Spotlight on Affiliates
  • Columbia Gorge discovery Center/Wasco County Historical Museum
  • A tribute to Rick Harmon
  • Book review Essays
  • The Ordeal of Thomas Jefferson: Whirl is King. by Clay S. Jenkinson
  • Reviews
  • Notices

Volume 105, No. 4 (Winter 2004)Edit

  • “Adventure” of the Colonel Allan. by H. Lloyd Keith
  • Cartographic Representation: A Controversial in Mapping Lewis and Clark’s Fort Clatsop. by Kenneth W. Karmizki
  • Impressions of Oregon: The Art of Reverend Melville Thomas Wire. by Ginny Allen. by And Gregory L. Nelson
  • Oregon Voices
  • Oregon’s First State Mandated Uniform School Readers: Politics and education. by Lee Lau
  • Book Review Essay
  • Thomas Slaughter’s Expedition: Exploring (and Deploring) Lewis and Clark. by Clay S. Jenkinson
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Notices

Volume 106, No. 1 (Spring 2005)Edit

  • The Columbia Country and the Dissolution of Meriwether Lewis: Speculation and Interpretation. by David L. Nicandri
  • Soldier to Advocate: C.E.S. Wood’s 1877 Diary of Alaska and the Nez Perce Conflict. by George Venn
  • Town Boosterism on Oregon’s Mining Frontier: James Vansyckle and Wallula, Columbia
  • Riverport, 1860-1870. by G. Thomas Edwards
  • A Long, Strange yarn: Ken Kesey and the Pendleton Round-Up. by Andrew P. Duffin
  • Oregon Voices
  • Broadway Cabs Yellow with Age. by John Wendeborn
  • Research Files
  • A Chronicle of the Battleship Oregon. by Ken Lomax
  • Spotlight on Affiliates
  • Lincoln County Historical Society
  • Reviews
  • Notices

Volume 106, No. 2 (Summer 2006)Edit

  • The Army Corps of Engineers’ Short-Term Response to the Eruption of Mount St. Helens. by William F. Willingham
  • On the Margins of Prosperity: The Mortimore Family in Oregon. by Ronald H. Limbaugh
  • Completing Lewis and Clark’s Westward March: Exhibiting a History of Empire at the 1905 Portland World’s Fair. by Lisa Blee
  • The Work of a Nation: Richard D. Cutts and the Coast Survey Map of Fort Clatsop. by R. Scott Byram
  • Oregon Voices
  • Telling the History of a Shattered Culture: An Interview with George W. Aguilar, Sr.. by Eliza Elkins Jones
  • Oregon Press
  • The P Ranch House Fire: An Eyewitness Account. by Clarence A. Oster
  • Oregon Voices
  • Grace’s Visit to the Rogue River Valley. by William Alley
  • Spotlight on Affiliates
  • The Museum at Warm Springs
  • Oregon My Oregon Wins MUSE Award

Volume 106, No. 3 (Fall 2005)Edit

  • The Stevens Treaties of 1854-1855: An Introduction. by Kent Richards
  • The Isaac I. Stevens and Joel Palmer Treaties, 1855-2005
  • Treaty and Tribal Reference. Joel Palmer and Isaac I. Stevens Biographies. Indian Treaty History: A Subject for Agile Minds. by Alexandra Harmon
  • Medicine Creek to Fox Island: Cadastral Scams and Contested Domains. by SuAnn M. Reddrick and Cary C. Collins
  • The Legacy of the Walla Walla Council, 1855. by Cilfford E. Trafzer
  • Who’s in Charge of Fishing?. by Fronda Woods
  • After the Treaties: Administration Pacific Northwest Indian Reservation. by Robert E. Ficken
  • Picturing Food and Power at the Treaty Councils. by Jacqueline B. Williams
  • Indian Perspectives on Food and Culture. by Et-twaii-lish, Marjorie Waheneka
  • Oregon Voices
  • Indian Views of the Stevens-Palmer Treaties Today. by Clark Hansen
  • American Indian Treaty Glossary. by Robert J. Miller
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Notices
  • Contributors

Volume 106, No. 4 (Winter 2005)Edit

  • Troubled Passages: the Uncertain Journeys of Lewis and Clark. by James P. Ronda
  • Before Lewis and Clark, Lt. Broughton’s River of Names: the Columbia River Exploration of 1792. by Jim Mockford
  • Planting High-Technology Seeds: Tektronix’s Role in the Creation of Portland’s Silicon Forest . by Heike Mayer
  • The Dairies of Helen Lawrence Walters. by Michael Munk
  • Oregon Voices
  • Letters from Bob: A GI Re-entering Portland Life in 1945. by Sandy Carter
  • Research Files
  • Katie Gale’s Tombstone: The Work of Researching a Life . by Llyn De Danaan
  • Oregon Biography
  • Humble Dignity: Tracing the Lifeway of Kathryn Harrison. by Kristine Olson
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Notices
  • Contributions

Volume 107, No. 1 (Spring 2006)Edit

  • “Trophies” for God: Native Mortality, Racial Ideology, and the Methodist Mission of Lower Oregon, 1834-1844. by Gray H. Whaley
  • Whose Frontier? The Survey of Race Relations on the Pacific Coast in the 1920s. by Eckard Toy
  • Billy and Merne’s Excellent Expedition: The “Lost” Screenplay of “Lewis and Clark”. by James J. Kopp
  • Guild’s Lake Industrial District: The Process of Change over Time. by Karin Dibling, Julie Kay Martin, Meghan Stone Olson, and Gayle Webb
  • Oregon Voices
  • Mutual Respect and Equality: An Advocate for Indian Students in Oregon Historical Society. by Floy Pepper with Eliza Elkins Jones
  • Comin’ and Goin’: Memories of Jazzman Jim Petter. by Jack Berry
  • Research Files
  • The Origins of the Oregon State Library. by Jim Scheppke
  • OHS Directories and Honorary Council
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Notices
  • Contributors

Volume 107, No. 2 (Summer 2006)Edit

  • “Cast Aside the Automobile Enthusiast”: Class Conflict, Tax Policy, and the Preservation of Nature in Progressive-Era Oregon. by Lawrence M. Lipin
  • Respite from War: Buffalo Soldiers at Vancouver Barracks, 1899–1900 . by Gregory Paynter Shine
  • Charity and the “Tramp”: Itinerancy, Unemployment, and Municipal Government from Coxey to the Unemployed League . by Dmitri Palmateer
  • Oregon Voices
  • Pioneering Water Pollution Control in Oregon. by Glen D. Carter, with an introduction by Douglas W. Larson
  • OHS Exhibits
  • The American Presidency: An Exhibit on the Public Presidency in Oregon . by by Robert M. Eisinger
  • Art About Agriculture: A Retrospective . by by Shelley Curtis
  • Research Files
  • The Jefferson Peace Medal Provenance and the Collections of the Oregon Historical Society. by Richard H. Engeman

Volume 107, No. 3 (Fall 2006)Edit

  • “A Most Daring Outrage”: Murders at Chinese Massacre Cove, 1887
  • R. Gregory Nokes
  • “Old-fashioned Revival”: Religion, Migration, and a New Identity for the Pacific Northwest at Mid Twentieth Century. by David J. Jepsen
  • “As Citizens of Portland We Must Protest”: Beatrice Morrow Cannady and the African
  • American Response to D.W. Griffith’s “Masterpiece” Kimberley Mangun
  • Oregon Voices
  • Klamath Falls Goes to War A Personal and Newspaper Reminiscence Richard Yates
  • Oregon Places
  • The U.S. Steel Corporation in Portland, 1901–1941 Lewis L. McArthur
  • The Georgian Room at Meier & Frank Christine Curran
  • OHS Exhibits
  • Tears and Rain One Artist’s View from Sea Level Rebecca J. Dobkins
  • Oregon Originals
  • The Art of Amanda Snyder and Jefferson Tester Robert L. Joki

Volume 107, No. 4 (Winter 2006)Edit

  • Confrontation at the Locks: A Protest of Japanese Removal and Incarceration During World War II. by Charles Davis and Jeffrey Kovac
  • “The Utmost Human Consequence”: Art and Peace on the Oregon Coast, 1942–1946. by Katrine Barber and Eliza Elkins Jones
  • Telling Stories, Building Altars: Mexican American Women’s Altars in Oregon. by Gabriella Ricciardi
  • Reflections On Lewis And Clark: Six Metaphors in Search of an Epic. by Clay Jenkinson
  • Reviewing the Bicentennial. by Christopher Zinn
  • Oregonians and the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial. by Jeremy Skinner
  • Oregon Voices
  • “Dean of the Mountain”: Isaac “Ike” Guker, Hard Rock Gold Miner and Proprietor of the Great Northern Mine. by Nick Sheedy
  • Research Files
  • Imagining Fort Clatsop. by Frederick L. Brown
  • Oregon Places
  • Forty-One Cents: The Pendleton–Pilot Rock Stage Line. by James J. Kopp
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Notices
  • Contributors

Volume 108, No. 1 (Spring 2007)Edit

  • The Labor of Caring: A History of the Oregon Nurses Association. by Patricia Schechter
  • Eyes of the Earth: Lily White, Sarah Ladd, and the Oregon Camera Club. by Carole Glauber
  • Remittance Men and the Character of Cannon Beach. by C. Jill Grady
  • Oregon Voices
  • Memories of the 1948 Vanport Flood. by Dale Skovgaard
  • Talegate: A Trombone Tableau. by John Wendeborn
  • OregonScape Mikki Tint

Volume 108, No. 2 (Summer 2007)Edit

Volume 108, No. 3 (Fall 2007)Edit

  • “Neither Head nor Tail to the Campaign”: Esther Pohl Lovejoy and the Oregon Woman Suffrage Victory of 1912. by Kimberly Jensen
  • Portland to the Rescue: The Rose City’s Response to the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire. by Michael Helquist
  • The Winds of Change: The Decline of Extractive Industries and the Rise of Tourism in Hood River County, Oregon. by Jason Pierce
  • Photo Essay
  • Salmon and the Restoration of the Rogue. by Roger Dorband
  • Oregon Voices
  • “Know Who You Are”: Regional Identity in the Teachings of Eva Castellanoz. by Joanne B. Mulcahy
  • George Atkinson, Harvey Scott, and the Portland High School Controversy of 1880. by Donald J. Sevetson
  • At War Over the Espionage Act in Portland: Dueling Perspectives from Kathleen O’Brennan and. by Agent William Bryon and Adam J. Hodges
  • OregonScape Mikki Tint

Volume 108, No. 4 (Winter 2007, Celilo Falls)Edit

  • From Coyote to the Corps of Engineers: Recalling the History of The Dalles–Celilo Reach
  • Katrine Barber and Andrew Fisher
  • Celilo Falls: At the Center of Western History
  • Charles Wilkinson
  • Coyote Frees the Salmon
  • recorded by W.E. Myers
  • “Boils Swell & Whorl Pools”: The Historical Landscape of The Dalles–Celilo Reach of the
  • Columbia River
  • Cain Allen
  • Celilo Blues
  • Ed Edmo
  • Closing the Gates on The Dalles Dam
  • newspaper excerpts
  • The Dalles Dam
  • William F. Willingham
  • The Meaning of Falling Water: Celilo Falls and The Dalles in Historical Literature
  • William L. Lang
  • Childhood Memories of Fishing at Celilo Falls
  • Allen V. Pinkham, Sr.
  • The Long Narrows: The Forgotten Geographic and Cultural Wonder
  • Pat Courtney Gold
  • Celilo Lives on Paper
  • George W. Aguilar, Sr.
  • Sk’in: The Other Side of the River
  • Eugene S. Hunn
  • Relic Hunting, Archaeology, and Loss of Native American Heritage at The Dalles
  • Virginia L. Butler
  • Wakanish Naknoowee Thluma: ‘Keepers of the Salmon’
  • Charles F. Sams III
  • Elsie David
  • oral history excerpt
  • Celilo (Wyam) Root Feast and Salmon 2005
  • Elizabeth Woody
  • Jeff Van Pelt
  • oral history excerpt
  • Celilo as I Knew It
  • by Alphonse Halfmoon
  • Ted Strong
  • oral history excerpt
  • Gertrude Glutsch Jensen
  • oral history excerpt
  • Tommy Kuni Thompson biography: Celilo Village Chief
  • Flora Cushinway Thompson
  • oral history excerpt
  • Barbara MacKenzie
  • oral history excerpt
  • The Corps of Engineers and Celilo Falls: Facing the Past, Looking to the Future
  • Diana Fredlund
  • Relocation and the Celilo Village Community
  • Carol Craig
  • Johnny Jackson and Wilbur Slockish, Jr.
  • oral history excerpts
  • Chuck Williams
  • oral history excerpt
  • There Has Been Something
  • Ed Edmo
  • Significant Events in the History of Celilo Falls
  • Contributors
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council
  • Volume 108 Contents
  • Volume 108 Index

Volume 109, No. 1 (Spring 2008)Edit

  • Notes on Native American Place-names of the Willamette Valley Region Henry Zenk
  • “we should lose much by their absence”: The Centrality of Chinookans and Kalapuyans to Life in Frontier Oregon Mathias D. Bergmann
  • Making “Good Music”: The Oregon Symphony and Music Director Jacques Singer, 1962–1971 Genevieve J. Long
  • Research Files
  • Discovering Gold in Baker County Library’s Photograph Collection Gary Dielman
  • Oregon Voices
  • Artist Ray Strong: An Enduring Vision of the Oregon Landscape Mark Humpal
  • A Look at The Veracious Chronicles of the Cliff Cottage Club Carole Glauber
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council
  • Reviews
  • Letters
  • Notices
  • Contributors
  • OregonScape Mikki Tint

Volume 109, No. 2 (Summer 2008)Edit

Oregon Voices

  • “Frank Burns was a soldier”: The World War I Epoch of Frank Cassius Burns John D. Burns
  • Oregon State Hospital During the 1960s: A Patient’s Memories and Recent Interview of her Doctor C.L. Brown with an interview of Joseph H. Treleaven

Special Section

  • Reflections on the New Deal in Oregon: Essays in Honor of an OHS Exhibit
  • The Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the New Deal: Oregon’s Legacy Sarah Baker Munro
  • Surviving the Great Depression: The New Deal in Oregon William G. Robbins
  • The New Deal and People’s Art: Market Planners and Radical Artists David A. Horowitz
  • OregonScape Mikki Tint

Volume 109, No. 3 (Fall 2008)Edit

  • Colonial Power and Indigenous Justice: Fur Trade Violence and Its Aftermath in Yaquina Narrative R. Scott Byram
  • Picturing Progress: Carleton Watkins’s 1867 Stereoviews of the Columbia River Gorge Megan K. Friedel and Terry Toedtemeier
  • The Oregon Geographic Names Board: One Hundred Years of Toponymic Nomenclature Champ Clark Vaughan

Research Files

  • Master of the Columbia: Photography by Carleton E. Watkins at the Oregon Historical Society Megan K. Friedel

Oregon Voices

  • The Importance of Memory and Place: A Narrative of Oregon Geographic Names with Lewis L. McArthur Erin McCullugh Peneva
  • The Romance of John Reed and Louise Bryant: New Documents Clarify How They Met Michael Munk
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council
  • Reviews
  • Book Notes
  • Notices
  • Contributors
  • OregonScape Mikki Tint

Volume 109, No. 4 (Winter 2008)Edit

  • Julia Hoffman and the Arts and Crafts Society of Portland: An Aesthetic Response to Industrialization Richard S. Christen
  • “A Gallant Little Schooner”: The U.S. Schooner Shark and the Oregon Country, 1846 Gregory Paynter Shine
  • Voyage of the Isaac Todd H. Lloyd Keith
  • Economic Phoenix: How A.B. Hammond Used the Depression of 1893 and a Pair of Defunct Oregon Railroads to Build a Lumber Empire Greg Gordon
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council
  • Reviews
  • Book Notes
  • Letters
  • Notices
  • Contributors
  • OregonScape Mikki Tint

Volume 110, No. 1 (Spring 2009)Edit

  • “Standing out here in the surf”: The Termination and Restoration of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians of Western Oregon in Historical Perspective David R.M. Beck
  • Sesquicentennial Series guest editor Robert D. Johnston
  • The Politics of Oregon History: An Introduction to OHQ’s Statehood Sesquicentennial Series Robert D. Johnston
  • Town and Country in Oregon: A Conflicted Legacy William G. Robbins
  • From Urban Frontier to Metropolitan Region: Oregon’s Cities from 1870 to 2008 Carl Abbott
  • “For Working Women in Oregon”: Caroline Gleason/Sister Miriam Theresa and Oregon’s Minimum Wage Law Janice Dilg
  • OHS Directors and Honorary Council
  • Reviews
  • Book Notes
  • Letters
  • Notices
  • Contributors
  • OregonScape Megan K. Friedel

Volume 110, No. 2 (Summer 2009)Edit

  • Novel Views of the Aurora Colony: The Literary Interpretations of Cobie de Lespinasse and Jane Kirkpatrick James J. Kopp
  • Statehood Sesquicentennial Series guest editor Robert D. Johnston
  • Parties and Politics in Oregon History Robert D. Johnston
  • Oregon Democracy: Asahel Bush, Slavery, and the Statehood Debate Barbara Mahoney
  • Oregon’s Last Conservative U.S. Senator: Some Light upon the Little-Known Career of Guy Cordon Jeff LaLande
  • The Architectural Legacy of the 1959 Centennial Exposition Chrissy Curran
  • 100 Years at a Time: Memories of Oregon’s Centennial Barbara (Robertson) Drake
  • OregonScape Megan K. Friedel

Volume 110, No. 3 (Fall 2009)Edit

  • Statehood Sesquicentennial Series guest editor Robert D. Johnston
  • Democracy and Its Discontents in Oregon Political History Robert D. Johnston
  • Revolutions in the Machinery: Oregon Women and Citizenship in Sesquicentennial Perspective Kimberly Jensen
  • “Wheedling, Wangling, and Walloping” for Progress: The Public Service Career of Cornelia Marvin Pierce, 1905–1943 Cheryl Gunselman
  • The Paradox of Oregon’s Progressive Politics: The Political Career of Walter Marcus Pierce Robert R. McCoy
  • Exhibit Essay
  • Life Stories for New Generations: The Living Art of Oregon Tribal Regalia Rebecca J. Dobkins
  • An Expensive Stable: The Value in Saving Portland’s Ladd Carriage House Brandon Spencer-Hartle
  • Oregon’s Historic Sites Database: A Tool for Tapping the Research Potential of the Built Environment Roger Roper

Volume 110, No. 4 (Winter 2009)Edit

  • Statehood Sesquicentennial Series guest editor Robert D. Johnston
  • Oregon Politics, Oregon Families, and the End of the Sesquicentennial Robert D. Johnston
  • Moralistic Direct Democracy: Political Insurgents, Religion, and the State in Twentieth-Century Oregon Lawrence M. Lipin and William Lunch
  • Stories Worth Recording: Martha McKeown and the Documentation of Pacific Northwest Life Katrine Barber
  • Dorothea Lange's Oregon Photography: Assumptions Challenged Linda Gordon
  • “doing nothing with a vengeance”: The Diary of David Hobart Taylor, First Oregon Cavalry, January 1 through May 31, 1862 James Jewell
  • Witness to Statehood: Delazon Smith’s Letter from Washington Geoffrey B. Wexler
  • OregonScape Megan K. Friedel