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Volume 81, No. 1, (Spring 1980)Edit

  • John M. Shively's Memoir, Part I. by Howard M. and Edith M. List. eds.
  • From Latvia: Fred Bitte. by Catherine M. Curtin, ed.
  • Crater Lake, 1915. by Truman B. Cook
  • From Denmark: R. P. Rasmussen. by Lorraine Fletcher, ed.
  • Chronicles of Sacred Heart Academy, Salem, 1863-1873, Part III
  • Book Reviews and Items of Interest
  • Affliated Societies

Volume 81, No. 2, (Summer 1980)Edit

  • Skagway-Atlin Letters: Kirke E. Johnson. by Fred E. Johnson, ed.
  • Portland Assembly Center: Dairy of Saku Tomita. by Zuigaku Kodachi and Jan Heikkala, trans., Janet Cormack, ed.
  • A Poet Responds. by William E. Stafford
  • John M. Shively's Memoir, Part II. by Howard M. and Edith M. List, eds.
  • Fire at Sea, 1856. by Carl F. Nitz, trans.
  • Book Reviews
  • Society News

Volume 81, No. 3, (Fall 1980)Edit

  • Experience, Personality and Memory: Jesse Applegate and John Minto Recall Pioneer Days. by Abner S. Baker III
  • Rock Creek Shepherd, 1881. by Lucile Mc Donald
  • Autobiography of Jacob Kaser. by John J. Kaser, ed.
  • Letter to the Editor: Old Ted. by William C. O'Connor
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items of Interest

Volume 81, No. 4, (Winter 1980)Edit

  • A Cayuse-Nez Percé Sketchbook. by Theodore Stern, Martin Schmitt and Alphonse F. Halfmoon
  • John McLoughlin, Reluctant Fur Trader. by Dorothy Morrison, Jean Morrison
  • Property Concepts of 19th Century Oregon Indians. by James Arneson
  • Book Reviews
  • Annual Meeting
  • Society News
  • Annual Index

Volume 82, No. 1, (Spring 1981)Edit

  • Oregon Experiences: Haralambos K. Kambouris. by Helen Papanikolas, ed., C. V. Vasilacopulos, trans.
  • "Something Desperate In His Face": Woodrow Wilson in Portland. by Clifford W. Trow
  • My Life as a Homesteader: Fannie Adams Copper. by Leonard A. Whitlow, Catherine C. Whitlow, eds.
  • Book Reviews
  • Affliated Societies
  • Society News

Volume 82, No. 2, (Summer 1981)Edit

  • H. L. Davis' View: Reclaiming and Recovering the Land. by James T. Potts
  • My Life as a Homesteader: Fannie Adams Copper, Part II. by Leonard A. Whitlow, Catherine C. Whitlow, eds.
  • Still More Addenda to Belknap's Oregon Imprints. by George N. Belknap
  • Some Recollections Of Goose Ranch. by S. K. Skinner
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items of Interest
  • Affliated Societies: Addenda

Volume 82, No. 3, (Fall 1981)Edit

  • The Baker Stock Company and the Community. by W. Kenneth Waters, Jr.
  • Free Love and Free Speech on the Pacific Northwest Frontier. by Carlos A. Schwantes
  • Still More Addenda to Belknap's Oregon Imprints. by George N. Belknap
  • Last Stand of the Pronghorns. by Harold W. Dobyns
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items of Interest
  • Society News

Volume 82, No. 4, (Winter 1981)Edit

  • "there are so many things to do". by Ellen Lindholm, ed.
  • The Henry Failing House. by Arthur W. Hawn
  • John B. Horner, Oregon Historian. by Dorothy Godfrey Otto
  • The "First" Oregon Code; Another Look at Deady's Role. by Robert N. Peters
  • A Special Report: A "World Class" Library. by Louis Flannery
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items
  • Annual Meeting
  • Society News
  • Annual Index

Volume 83, No. 1, (Spring 1982)Edit

  • Memoirs of Delia Beckley, 1888-1898. by Dorothy B. Luthy
  • In Defense of the West's Chinese: Denny's Brief for Li Hung-chang. by Robert R. Swartout, Jr.
  • Recollections: Pioneers from New England. by Thomas Frazar
  • Fish Boats and Engines, Coastal Freighters. by Truman Cook
  • Changing Geography of Willamette Vallley Woodlands. by Jerry C. Towle
  • Letter to the Editor: William D. Davies Visits the Oregon Welsh, 1891. by Phillip G. Davies
  • Oregon Grapeshot: Letter to A. L. Strand. by Stewart Holbrook
  • Book Reviews and Items of Interest
  • Society News

Volume 83, No. 2, (Summer 1982)Edit

  • Childhood on the Western Frontier. by Elizabeth Reed Brent
  • Slaves and Free Men: Blacks in the Oregon Country, 1840-1860. by Quintard Taylor
  • Rowe Creek, 1890-91: Mary L. Fitzmaurice Diary, Part I. by Eileen Hickson Donnell, ed.
  • Letters to the Editor: Ice Plant. by Gladys Orcutt Urey, as told to Lucile Urey Peck
  • Tillamook Boat Building and Clarence Sessions. by Birgetta Blum Nixon
  • Ship Columbia and Sloop Washington: A Lithograph. by E. W. Giesecke
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items of Interest
  • Affliated Societies

Volume 83, No. 3, (Fall 1982)Edit

  • Dad's Memory Locker. by A. G. Graham, ed.
  • Life on the Lower Columbia, 1853-1866. by Helen Betsy Abbott
  • Rowe Creek, 1890-91: Mary L. Fitzmaurice Diary, Part II. by Eileen Hickson Donnell, ed.
  • Letter to the Editor: A Three-Port Saga, Oregon, U.S.A.. by Marcus H. Beach
  • Book Reviews
  • Society News

Volume 83, No. 4, (Winter 1982)Edit

  • The Boswells of Boswell Springs. by Kenneth Munford and Harriet Moore
  • Problems of Empire Building: Oregon Trunk Railway Survey, 1911. by Carlos A. Schwantes, ed.
  • Some Postal History: Chewaucan Summer Lake Area. by Diane Elder
  • Hard Knocks on the Frontier: Letters East. by Robert L. Jeffcott, ed., Chet Orloff, ed., Karen M. Offen, ed.
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items
  • Annual Meeting
  • Society News
  • Annual Index

Volume 84, No. 1 (Spring, 1983)Edit

  • World War I Diary of Kirby Ross. by Charles A. Povlovich, ed.
  • Unwelcome Settlers: Black and Mulatto Oregon Pioneers, Part I. by K. Keith Richard
  • The First Fifty-Five in Fairview. by Melvin K. Moller
  • Sylvester Farrell House. by Josephine Evans Harpham
  • Affiliated Societies
  • Boook Reviews and Recent Items

Volume 84, No. 2, (Summer, 1983)Edit

  • A Siege of the Citadels: Search for a Public Forum for the Ideas of Oregon Woman Suffrage. by Lauren Kessler
  • He Was a Starter But Got No Further: Careers of A.C. Edmunds. by George N. Belknap
  • Unwelcome Settlers: Black Mulatto Oregon Pioneers, Part II Census Tables. by K. Keith Richard
  • Susan Haines Clayton, American Lady, 1851-1948. by Jay S. Hoar
  • A Vanished Neighborhood. by Lucille McDonald
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items

Volume 84, No. 3, (Fall, 1983)Edit

  • Thomas Condon’s Private Log: Around the Horn, 1852-53. by Eric Paul Gustafson. Ed.
  • Diary of a Voyage to Oregon. by Mary K. Lightfoot and Priscilla Knuth, eds.
  • The Ideas of Woman Suffrage and the Mainstream Press. by Lauren Kessler
  • Albert V. Allen’s Bannock War Letters. by Zoe Allen Evans, ed.
  • Family Memoirs: Other Times and Far-off Places. by Claire Smith Taylor
  • Letters to the Editor: T. Egenton Hogg-A footnote. by Keith Clark
  • My Home Town-Union. by Elvie C. Coleman
  • Book Review and Recent Items
  • Society News

Volume 84, No. 4, (Winter, 1983)Edit

  • How It Was Then: The Pacific Northwest In the Twenties. by Fredrick Bracher
  • Crescent Lake, Steam to Diesel, 1934-45. by Fred R. Hall and Mabel Park Hall
  • Lewis and Clark Law School: Northwestern School of Law, 1884-1973. by John Clinton Geil
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items
  • Annual Meeting
  • Society News
  • Annual Index

Volume 85, No. 1, (Spring, 1984)Edit

  • Nikkei Internment: The Perspective of Two Oregon Weekly Newspapers. by Timothy Olmstead
  • How It Was Then: The Pacific Northwest In the Twenties, Pt. II. by Frederick Bracher
  • Notes on the Life of and Artist: Roswell Holt Dosch, 1889-1918. by Kenneth Hawkins
  • Crescent Lake, Steam to Diesel, 1934-45. by Fred R. Hall and Mabel Park Hall
  • Letters to the Editor. by Sigel Grutze: Citizen of a City
  • Isabelle Grutze Ryan
  • Redhead Roundup. by Orvaleta Dodd
  • Affiliated Societies
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items

Volume 85, No. 2, (Summer, 1985)Edit

  • Labor and Education: Portland Labor College, 1921-1929. by Jerry Lembcke
  • Gilchrist Oregon, A Company Town. by John Driscoll
  • How It Was Then: The Pacific Northwest In the Twenties, Pt. III. by Fredercik Bracher
  • Palouse Hills Farmstead Architecture, 1890-1915. by Marvin Moore
  • Riding on the City of Portland, 1935. by Carlos A. Schwantes, ed.
  • Shepherds and Shelters, Morrow County, 1880-1940
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items

Volume 85, No. 3, (Fall, 1985)Edit

  • Emmet White: Remiscences Of a Rimrocker, Part I. by Annette White Parks, ed.
  • Our Automobile Trip To the West, 1921. by Edith Rohrbough Slate & Geri Ellen Howard, ed.
  • Red River Settlers vs. Puget Sound Agricultural Company, 1854-55. by John C. Jackson
  • Almira Raymond Letters, 1840-1880. by Olga Freeman, ed.
  • Letters to the Editor. by Ellison-White Chautauqua. by Donald P. Abbott
  • My Early Years-Portland & Goose Hollow. by Orvaleta Dodd
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items
  • Society News

Volume 85, No. 4, (Winter 1984)Edit

  • Tumalo-Thirsty Land, Part I. by Martin T. Winch
  • Emmet White: Reminiscences Of a Rimrock, Part II. by Annette White Parks, ed.
  • W.J. Kerr, Land-Grant President in Utah and Oregon, 1900-1908. by Don E. McIlvenna and Darold d. Wax
  • Oregon Geographic Names. by Lewis L. McArthur
  • Letter to the Editor “On the Blinds”. by W.D. Hagensteinn
  • Book Reviews and Recent Publications
  • Annual Meeting
  • Society News
  • Annual Index

Volume 86, No. 1, (Spring 1985)Edit

  • W.J. Kerr, Land-Grant President in Utah and Oregon, 1900-1908. by Don E. McIlvenna and Darold D. Wax
  • Emmet White: Reminiscences Of a Rimrocker, Part III. by Annette White Parks, ed.
  • Tumalo-Thirty Land Part II, by Martin T. Winch
  • The Handleys in Tasmania and Oregon, by Anthony and Elizabeth Silsby Netboy
  • Letter to the Editor: Abigail Scott Duniway’s Visit to Wallowa County. by Grace Bartlett
  • Affiliated Societies
  • Book Reviews and Recent Items

Volume 86, No. 2, (Summer 1985)Edit

  • Country Schoolma’am. by Jay Ellis Randsom, ed.
  • Tumalo-Thirsty Land Part III. by Martin T. Winch
  • Emmet White: Reminiscences of a Rimrocker. by Annette White Parks, ed.
  • Letter to the Editor: Buckarooing in Southeastern Oregon. by Don Childs
  • Book Reviews and Recent Publications

Volume 86, No. 3, (Fall, 1985)Edit

  • Portland: Wells Fargo’s Hub for the Pacific Northwest. by W. Turrentine Jackson
  • Tumalo-Thirsty Land 1915-1919. by Martin T. Winch
  • The Fischer Pottery: Bricks to Thundermugs. by Ernest E. Fischer
  • Letter to the Editor: Oregon City to LA: Touring 1911
  • Roberta Schuebel Caldwell
  • Book Reviews and Recent Publications
  • Society News

Volume 86, No. 4, (Winter, 1985)Edit

  • Eugene in the Depression 1919-1935. by Paul Shinn
  • Tumalo-Thirst Land, 1920-1931. by Martin T. Winch
  • Country Schoolma’am, 1907. by Lucy (Adams) Ransom
  • Book Reviews
  • OHS Annual Meeting
  • Society News
  • Annual OHQ Index

Volume 87, No. 1, (Spring 1986)Edit

  • Charles W. Watts: An Oregonian in the Klondike. by Jane Apostol
  • Tumalo--Thirsty Land, 1931-1984, by Martin T. Winch
  • Country Schoolma’am, 1907, by Lucy (Adams) Ransom
  • Letter to the Editor: Country Schooling. by E. J. Kirchoff
  • Affliated Societies
  • Book Reviews and Recent Publications

Volume 87, No. 2, (Summer 1986)Edit

  • Babe and Gabriel: An Oregon Courtship. by Lorena Mingus and George Geil
  • Organized Free Thought in Oregon: The Oregon State Secular Union. by Patricia Brandt
  • Country Schoolma’am. by Lucy (Adams) Ransom

Volume 87, No. 3, (Fall 1986)Edit

  • Republican Insurgent: Jonathan Bourne and the Politics of Progressivism, 1908-1912. by Leonard Schlup
  • The Exhibition Era of Early Aviation in Oregon, 1910-1915. by Patrick Harris
  • Country Schoolma,am. by Lucy (Adams) Ransom
  • Society News

Volume 87, No. 4, (Winter 1986)Edit

  • Police Response to Labor Radicalism in Portland and Seattle, 1913-19. by Dennis E. Hoffman and Vincent J. Webb
  • The Silver King: Ed Schieffelin, Prospector. by Richard E. Moore
  • The Beginnings of the Credit-Union Movement in Oregon. by Patricia Duffy and John P. Farrell
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Book Reviews and Recent Publications
  • OHS Annual Meeting
  • Society news
  • Annual OHQ Index

Volume 88, No. 1, (Spring 1987)Edit

  • The Jews of Portland, Oregon: A Statistical Dimension, 1860-1880. by Scott Cline
  • Early Forest Insect Research in the Pacific Northwest: Ashland Field Station, 1912-1925. by Boyd E. Wickman
  • Juniper Stumps on the Yreka Trail of 1862-1864. by Lawrence E. Nielsen
  • INTERVIEW: Gus J. Solomon on the Beginnings of Legal Aid in Oregon
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Articles of Related Interest
  • Affliated Societies

Volume 88, No. 2, (Summer 1987)Edit

  • Fort Rock Cave: Monument to the “First Oregonians”. by Constance Bordwell
  • John Mix Stanley: Paintings and Sketches of the Oregon Country and Its Inhabitants. by David L. Nicandri
  • Warren Niette’s “Marvelous Master Six”. by Reminiscence
  • Reub Long on the Management of Central Oregon’s Rangelands. by Interview
  • Marian Redington Abbott on Her Turn-of-the-Century Camping Trip. by Reminiscence
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Articles of Related Interest

Volume 88, No. 3, (Fall 1987)Edit

  • Engineering the Cascades Canal and Locks, 1876-1896. by William F. Willingham
  • Hugh A. Scott on Bonneville Dam and the Boom Era. by Reminiscence
  • Alice Tomkins Fee: Growing Up on the Cascade Locks “Reservation”. by Interview
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • OHS Board, Staff, and Membership

Volume 88, No. 4, (Winter 1987)Edit

  • Charlie Clarno and the John Day Queen. by Arthur H. Campbell
  • Walter M. Pierce and the Birth Control Movement. by Gerald Schwartz
  • Umatilla’s “Petticoat Government,” 1916-1920. by Shelley Burtner Wallace
  • Governor Charles A. Sprague Describes His Administration’s Proudest Achievement. by Interview
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Annual Meeting
  • OHS Board and Staff
  • Annual Index

Volume 89, No. 1, (Spring 1988)Edit

  • Agitate, Educate, Organize: Portland, 1934. by William Bigelow & Norman Diamond
  • Laurence D. Jackson on Sand Island Seining, 1912-1913. by Reminiscence
  • Florence Harmon on Depression-Era Homesteading in Lincoln County. by Reminiscence
  • Kathryn Hall Bogle’s “An American Negro Speaks of Color”. by Document
  • Kathryn Hall Bogle on the Writing of “An American Negro Speaks of Color”. by Interview
  • Book Reviews
  • Affliated Societies

Volume 89, No. 2, (Summer 1988)Edit

  • The Economic Power of Portland’s Early Merchants, 1851-1861. by E. Kimbark MacColl & Harry H. Stein
  • McCants Stewart: The Struggles of a Black Attorney in the urban West. by Albert S. Broussard
  • Henry Josiah Failing Merrill on Early Banking in Albany, Oregon. by Reminiscence
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Articles of Related Interest

Volume 89, No. 3, (Fall 1988)Edit

  • The Lean Years: John L. Casteel’s Diaries, 1931-1942. by Betty Lawson Walters
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • OHS Board, Staff, and Membership

Volume 89, No. 4, (Winter 1988)Edit

  • The Crusade Against Chain Stores: Portland’s Independent Merchants, 1928-1935. by David A. Horowitz
  • Searching for the Tree Vole: Am Episode in the 1914 Biological Survey of Oregon. by George A. Jobanek
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Annual Meeting
  • OHS Board and Staff
  • Annual Index

Volume 90, No. 1 (Spring 1989)Edit

  • Joseph Wood Hill: “Civilian Soldier” in Education and Politics. by Robert W. Matson
  • Oregon’s Public Libraries During the First World War. by Wayne A. Wiegand
  • Mark Koerner on Portland School Days, 1963-1971. by Reminiscence
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews
  • Recent Publications
  • Affliated Societies

Volume 90, No. 2 (Summer 1989)Edit

  • A Wilderness Journey with Judge John B. Waldo, Oregon’s First “Preservationist”. by Jeff LaLande
  • In Pursuit of Professionalism: The Oregon State Academy of Sciences, 1905-1914. by Richard T. Read
  • Book Reviews
  • Articles of Related Interest

Volume 90, No. 3 (Fall 1989)Edit

  • “Scooping the Local Field”: Oregon’s Newsreel Industry, 1911-1933
  • The Pacific Northwest in American and Canadian Literature since 1776: The Present State of
  • Scholarship. by Ludwig Deringer
  • Book Reviews
  • OHS Board, Staff, and Membership

Volume 90, No. 4 (Winter 1989)Edit

  • Social Morality and Personal Revitalization: Oregon’s Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s. by David A. Horowitz
  • Of “Gingham,” “Barn Doors,” and “Exquisites”: George H. Himes on Pioneer Fashion. by K. Keith Richard
  • Dorsey Griffin on Returning to the Land During the Great Depression
  • A Tribute to Thomas Vaughn
  • Book Reviews
  • Annual Meeting
  • OHS Board and Staff
  • Annual Index