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1. Northwest History. World War 1. United States. Northwest History. World War 1. United States. war census; General White ; All Sections of State ; MARSHALS ; Counties ; Reports ; George A. White ; Adjutant-General ; Oregon National Guard ; Sheriffs ; officials ; Chairmen ; elections boards ; E.B. Knox of Crook Country ; Sheriff James Wood ; Jefferson Country ; Sheriff evi Christmas of Wasco Country ; R.H. Howell ; Country Clerk of Lincoln Country SHERIFFS READY TO TAKE WAR CENSUS : General White Gets Reports of Preparations in All Sections of State. MARSHALS ARE CHOSEN : Ten Counties Are Yet to Be Heard From and These Are in Distant Parts but Are...

2. World War. Photographs. 1934-03-04 World War. Photographs. 1934-03-04 Northwest history; World War 1; photographs; Poland; Polish people; Polish public; evacuations; refugees ; The distant guns rumble and an entire Polish village moves out.

3. Northwest History. State History box 62. Agriculture and Experiments. Northwest History. State History box 62. Agriculture and Experiments. W.S.C. services to grains ; oats immune to smut ; credit of revolutionizing the oats ; growing industry ; grain immune from smut ; Dr. E. F. Gaines ; plant expert ; annual convention ; American Association of Cereal Chemists ; cereals from distant lands ; agricultural department ; Sweden ; experiment station virtually all over the world ; originated in the college's plant laboratory ; yeast research ; importance of manufacturing of bread ; production of loaf ; visitors ; 1934 W.S.C. SERVICES TO GRAINS TOLD. Oats Immune to Smut Go All Over Earth From Pullman Fields. WHEAT ALSO FAMED. Cereal Chemists of N. W. in Convention Here Also Informed of Yeasts.

4. Northwest history. Mining. Tunnels. 1936-06-26 Northwest history. Mining. Tunnels. 1936-06-26 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; tunnels; tunneling; Nancy Lee mine ; Work being pushed upon mine tunnel
The tunnel at the Nancy Lee mine near Keystone has now passed the 1,100-foot station and it is generally believed that ore is not far distant from the face of the...

5. Northwest history. Mining. Tunnels. 1937-02-23 Northwest history. Mining. Tunnels. 1937-02-23 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; tunnels; tunneling; Queen Seal Mining company; A. W. Tyler; Bunker Hill ; Big operation by Queen Seal
Tunnel to be driven mile on ore, by indications, says manager
Having enough silver ore to supply its mill for two years, the Queen Seal Mining company of southwestern...

6. Northwest history. Mining. Tunnels. 1928-03-25 Northwest history. Mining. Tunnels. 1928-03-25 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; tunnels; tunneling; Commercial Traveler Mining company; Constitution mine; Lookout mine ; Seek 1100-foot depth
Commercial traveler starts 1000-foot tunnel
After vein opened from grass roots for 250 feet, says secretary
The Commercial Traveler Mining company, operating on Pine creek...

7. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-29 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Church affairs. 1935-09-29 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; church affairs; religion; J. A. Leibert; Leo Cohen; Adolph Fink; Louis Farrell; Philip Doddridge; J. M. Gleason; C. L. Foss; W. J. Moran ; Unique service for Jewish ccc. - All faiths join in making possible holy day rites. - Jewish rabbis, Catholic priests and Protestant ministers in the chaplain service of the army cooperated in bringing...

8. State history. Washington State College. Agriculture. 1936-10-21 State history. Washington State College. Agriculture. 1936-10-21 Northwest history; Washington State University; Washington State College; farming; agricultural education; Pullman, Washington; agriculture; Inland Empire's Farm Area Facts; agricultural conditions Inland Empire's Farm Area Facts Are Covered by This Detailed and Official Report. A review of agricultural conditions, gathered from official and other sources of authenticity, is presented by the Washington...

9. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Highway, trail & bridge construction. 1935-01-04 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Highway, trail & bridge construction. 1935-01-04 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; highway construction; trail construction; road construction; bridge construction; Photographs ; Find three "longest" miles in world
From the distant "notch" in the upper photo to the fine CCC camp in the lower one the journey is three short miles, but for the crew which built the road to the camp,...

10. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Officers. 1935-07-17 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Officers. 1935-07-17 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; officers; Fort George Wright, Washington; Philip Dollridge; Louis Farrell; camp conditions ; Nine CCC units viewed by chief
Colonel Louis Farrell finds everything splendid-region impresses him
Benefits to live
"The spirit and discipline in all the camps is high. The camps all are well...

11. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Social Events. 1931-01-01 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Social Events. 1931-01-01 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Entertainment; Social Events; Fort George Wright, Washington; S. R. Benner; B. P. Spry; W. S. Drysdale; J. M. Gleason Social event held by 42 CCC officers
The gold room of the Oasis was the setting of an unusual social event last night, the assemblage of 42 officers of CCC camps in Idaho and Washington, many of them...

12. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Social Events. 1937-01-09 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Social Events. 1937-01-09 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Entertainment; Social Events; Fort George Wright CCC district; S. R. Benner; B. P. Spry; W. S. Drysdale; J. M. Gleason Social event held by 42 CCC officers
The gold room of the Oasis was the setting of an unusual social event last night, the assemblage of 42 officers of CCC camps in Idaho and Washington, many of them...

13. State history. Works Progress Administration Adult education. Art & Artists. 1937-04-02 State history. Works Progress Administration Adult education. Art & Artists. 1937-04-02 Northwest history; United States Works Progress Administration; WPA; art; artists; culture; adult education; Woodland Park zoo; F. Tadama ; Scenes from distant jungles, panoramas of remote mountain peaks in far corners of the earth, are being painted at the Woodland Park zoo these days.

14. State history. Works Progress Administration Adult education. General. 1937-04-02 State history. Works Progress Administration Adult education. General. 1937-04-02 Northwest history; United States Works Progress Administration; WPA; adult education; general; Woodland Park zoo; F. Tadama; art ; Scenes from distant jungles, panoramas of remote mountain peaks in far corners of the earth, are being painted at the Woodland Park zoo these days.

15. State history. Works Progress Administration. Strikes and Riots. 1937-08-25 State history. Works Progress Administration. Strikes and Riots. 1937-08-25 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; WPA; strikes; riots; workers unrest; reinstatement; David Lasser; Workers' Alliance; relief marchers; relief jobs; labor unrest An army of jobless relief marchers headed toward distant homes today with assurance from their leaders that they had won "a tremendous if partial victory" on demands for reinstatement of those discharged...

16. State history. Agriculture. Wheat. Crop control & allotments. 1920-06-25 State history. Agriculture. Wheat. Crop control & allotments. 1920-06-25 Northwest history; Agriculture; Wheat; Crop control; Crop allotments; Poor stand of winter wheat; Whitman county; Injured seeds; Smut prevention; Copper sulphate; Formalin; Neglected phases; Peculiar climatic conditions Seed Injury Due to Treatment of Seed Wheat With Copper Sulphate and Formalin. One of the reasons for the poor stand of winter wheat in Whitman county this year is, no doubt, due to the injury of the seed...

17. World War 1. Art of disguise. 1917-11-30 World War 1. Art of disguise. 1917-11-30 Northwest history; World War 1; disguise; Popular Science Monthly; camouflage ; Fooling the enemy is a remunerative and interesting pastime with the allies. They have their camouflage on land; now comes the camouflage of the sea, says Popular Science Monthly. A ship is painted with...

18. World War 1. Land warfare. 1918-10-17 World War 1. Land warfare. 1918-10-17 Northwest history; World War 1; land warfare; battlefields; Lille-Douai sector, France; President Woodraw Wilson ; Withdrawal of the Germans from the Lille-Douai sector becomes more rapid daily. The enemy seems to contemplate retiring at least 35 miles on this front, probably in four jumps.

19. World War. League of Nations. 1920-03-20 World War. League of Nations. 1920-03-20 Northwest history; World War 1; League of Nations; Neutral nations; Lord Robert Cecil from Great Britain ; Neutral countries of Europe, Asia and South America will be given opportunity today to express their views and propose amendments to the league of nations plan. Nearby neutrals have sent delegates while...

20. World War. News items & editorials. 1918-01-23 World War. News items & editorials. 1918-01-23 Northwest history; World War 1; news items; editorials; Austrian government; Hungarian government; strikes; censorship; Austrian media; press; newspapers; Germany; Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz of Germany ; While the bitter internal political situation in Austria-Hungary seems to have abated somewhat the latest indications are that discontent is merely smoldering and that at no distant date is again may break...
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