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BIBLIOGRAPHY, PART II


AMERICAN SCENIC AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY

Annual Reports, 1895-1934
THE APPALACHIAN
BAILEY, GEORGE

"Ascent of Mt. Tacoma." Overland, U. S. VIII, Sept., 1886, 266-278.
BOAS, FRANZ D.

Development of the culture of the northwest. Science XII, 1888, 194-196.
BONNEY

History of Pierce County.
CARLSON, FRANK
1903 "Chief Sealth," M. A. thesis in Univ. of Wash., published in Univ. of Washington Bulletin, Series III, No. 2, Dec., 1903.
COLEMAN, E. T.

Trip up Mount Rainier.
COOK, CAPTAIN JAMES

An account of the voyages undertaken . . . by . . . Capt. Cook. London, 8 vols.
COSTELLO, J. A.

The Siwash, their life, legends, and tales.
DANIELS, JOSEPH

The coal fields of Pierce County. Washington Geological Survey, Bulletin 10.
DOUGLAS, DAVID
1919 Journal kept during his travels in North America, 1823-1827. London, William Wesley & Son.
FARNHAM, THOMAS JEFFERSON
1841 Travels in the great western prairies . . . and in Oregon country. Reprinted in Thwaites Early Western Travels.
FRANCHERE, GABRIEL

Narrative of a voyage to the northwest coast of America in 1611, 1812, 1813, and 1814, etc. Early Western Travels Series, R. G. Thwaites, ed., Cleveland, 1904.
HASWELL, ROBERT
1787-9 (MS 20)
1791-2 (MS 21)
A voyage around the world on board the ship Columbia Rediviva, and sloop Washington in 1787-9. A voyage on discoveries in the ship Columbia Rediviva. MS in Bancroft Library.
JAMES, GEORGE WHARTON
1915 "Rainier National Park" in his Our American Wonderlands, pp. 221-226. Chicago, A. C. McClurg & Co.
JESUP NORTH PACIFIC EXPEDITION

Proceedings, International Congress of Americanists, 13th Session, New York, 1902, 91-100.
JEWITT, JOHN R.
1816 A narrative of the adventures and sufferings of John R. Jewitt, only survivor of the crew of the ship Boston, during a captivity of nearly three years among the savages of Nootka Sound. New York, Daniel Fanshan.
KANE, PAUL
1859 Wanderings of an artist among the Indians of North America from Canada to Vancouver's Island and Oregon thru the Hudson's Bay Company's territory and back again. London.
KANTZ, GEN. A. V.

"Extracts from diary of," in The Washington Historian.
I. No. 3 (April, 1900); 115-119.
    No. 4 (July, 1900); 181-186.
II. No. 1, Oct. 1900, 12.
McCULLY, A. WOODRUFF

In Overland Monthly, June, 1910. Quoted in G. W. James, "Our American Wonderlands," 224.
MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER

Voyages from Montreal through the continent of North America to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans in 1789 and 1793 with an account of the rise of the fur trade. Trail Makers of Canada Series, Toronto, 1911, 2 vols.
MAZAMA

A record of mountaineering in the Pacific Northwest. Portland, Oregon, 1896 to 1934.
MOUNTAINEER

Seattle. The Mountaineers, 1907-1934.
O'DONNELL, GRETCHEN

"Bibliography of Washington Geology and Geography." Washington Geol. Survey, Bulletin 12.
OEBKE, K.
1885 "Ueber das Gestein von Tacoma-Berg, Washington Territory." Neues Jahrbuch, 1885, I, 222-226, Stuttgart.
OREGON HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

Portland, Oregon, 1900-1934.
OREGON PIONEER ASSOCIATION

Transactions of the 1st-44th, 46th-47th annual reunions 1873-1916, 1918-1919. Salem, Oregon, 1875-1886; Portland, Ore., 1887-1922.
OVERLAND MONTHLY
REAGAN, ALBERT B.
1917 "Archaeological notes on Western Washington and adjacent British Columbia" in Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences. Fourth Series VII, No. 1 (July 18 1917) pp. 1-31.
ROBERTS, MORLEY

"Mount Tacoma Overhead" in his The Western Avernus, pp. 209-222. London, S. C. Brown, Langhorn & Company, Ltd., 1904.
RUSSELL, I. C.
1897 Volcanoes of North America. Boston.
SCHOOLCRAFT, R. H.

Indians of Puget Sound.
STEVENS, HAZARD
1900 Life of Isaac Ingalls Stevens. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company.
WASHINGTON HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

1906-1934. Seattle, Wash.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERISTY

Publications in Geology. Vol. I, Parts, 1, 2, 3.
WOLDT, A.
1884 Captain Jacobsen's Reise om der Nordwestkuste Amerikus. 1881-1883. Leipzig.



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