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1. Northwest History. Aviation 8. Wilkins' Expedition, United States. Northwest History. Aviation 8. Wilkins' Expedition, United States. snow ; expedition ; North American Newspaper Alliance ; Fairbanks ; Alaska ; George Wilkins ; Detroit arctic expedition ; Thomas G. Lanphier ; army aviator ; aviation landing field ; snow motors ; Nenana ; snow plows ; Fairbanks Exploration company ; arctic flight planes Scrape Snow Off Air Field: Wilkins Expedition Tries To Hurry Its Text To Planes.

2. World War. Miscellaneous. 1918-10-12 World War. Miscellaneous. 1918-10-12 Northwest history; World War 1; Berlin, Germany; peace note; treaties; armistice; Secretary of State Robert Lansing ; A dispatch received here from Berlin says the official text of Secretary Lansing's note in reply to the peace proposal of the imperial German chancellor arrived in Berlin today.

3. World War. Submarine warfare. 1917-02-01 World War. Submarine warfare. 1917-02-01 Northwest history; World War 1; submarine warfare; naval warfare; u-boats; submarine ships; submarines; Secretary of State Robert Lansing; German-American relations; German government; American Government; United States; Germany; Ambassador Johanne von Bernstorff of Germany ; Following is the full text of the note delivered today by the German Ambassador, Count von Bernstorff, to Secretary of State Lansing on the subject of submarine warfare:

4. World War. Supreme council. 1919-02-09 World War. Supreme council. 1919-02-09 Northwest history; World War 1; Supreme Council of Peace; peace negotiations; Austria; Austrian government; Treaty of Versailles; treaties; Paul Dutasta of Austria; St. Germain treaty ; The revised text of the peace terms framed for Austria's acceptance by the peace conference was handed to the Austrian plenipotentiaries at St. Germain this afternoon.

5. Northwest History. International Diplomacy & Politics. Japan. Northwest History. International Diplomacy & Politics. Japan. Japanese Naval Construction; Naval Limitation; Formal Note; Joseph C. Grew; Kensuki Horinoushi; London Naval Conference; London Treaty of 1936 Formal Note Replies to Three Nations' Request

6. Northwest History. International Diplomacy & Politics. Russia (U.S.S.R.) Northwest History. International Diplomacy & Politics. Russia (U.S.S.R.) Augusto Rosso, Italian Ambassador in U.S.A; William Phillips, undersecratary of state; League of Nations; League of Nations' embargo over Italy; Italy's retaliation over the sanction Rosso Explains How Sanction Defense Will Affect the U.S.: Implies rich benefit

7. Northwest History. International Diplomacy & Politics. The United States. Northwest History. International Diplomacy & Politics. The United States. Versailles Treaty; Published Official Summary of Terms;Senate's Ratification; Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska; Senate Foreign Relations Commitee; Senator Lodge; Senator Borah of Idaho; League of Nations Plan; Danzig Situation; Italian Federation; Shantung Question Comment Is Withheld Until Document Can Be Studied

8. Northwest History. World War 1. United States. Northwest History. World War 1. United States. heavy Losses ; German ; Germany ; Field Marshal Haig ; British Headquarters ; France ; German offensive Report heavy German Losses: Enemy did not attain objective at any point. London, March 21,---Field Marshal Haig's report from British Headquarters in France describes the German offensive. On no part of...

9. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Organized Labor. 1935-06-07 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Organized Labor. 1935-06-07 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Organized Labor; skilled labor; John R. Sullivan; labor unions Order on CCC work not new
Rule limiting camp construction to union labor in effect since Dec., 1933.
The text of the order which effectually limits employment on Citizens' Conservation Corps camps...

10. State history. Works Progress Administration. Investigations. 1936-04-01 State history. Works Progress Administration. Investigations. 1936-04-01 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; WPA; investigations; education; Frederick M. Lash state WPA director; Americanism ; Frederick M. Lash, state WPA director in charge of educational activities, has launched a sweeping investigation into charges that text for Works Progress Administration public speaking classes provide...

11. Washington State College. Authors. 1936-06-27 Washington State College. Authors. 1936-06-27 Northwest history; Washington State University; Washington State College; authors; Dr. Claudis O. Johnson; government; books; sorority rush; luncheons; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Bob Rogers; Walla Walla, Washington ; Book on Government goes into sixth printing - new edition soon. "Government in the United States," a textbook by Dr. Claudius O. Johnson, head of the department of history and political science, has gone...

12. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1929-01-18 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1929-01-18 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; highways; education; taxes; Governor Roland H. Hartley of Washington Hartley's highway and educational proposals may meet opposition. Although there was nothing in Governor Hartley's inaugural address to revive the old fires of factionalism, study of the text reveals major...

13. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1938-04-20 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1938-04-20 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; special sessions; Lieutenant Governor Victor A. Meyers of Washington Following is the text of the proclamation by Lieutenant Governor Victor A. Meyers attested at 12:20 a. m. by Justice Joseph Weber, "marrying justice of the North End," in which Meyers convened a special...

14. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1925-12-09 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1925-12-09 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; special sessions; bills introduced; education; copyright; State Senator Robert Grass of Washington; licensing Olympia measure would keep all text books unchanged four years. For use in 1926. Would repeal inheritance tax law--stop dentists advertising purpose of another bill. A bill to provide for the printing...

15. State history. Politics. Democratic Party, State of Washington. Primaries & Candidates. 1936-07-10 State history. Politics. Democratic Party, State of Washington. Primaries & Candidates. 1936-07-10 Northwest history; politics; government; Democratic Party; primary elections; political candidates; W. O. Palmer; H. C. Roberts; Representative Knute Hill of Washington Failed to Land post office and now becomes Knute Hill's opponent for Congress-fight is on. W. O. Palmer, for many years a bank cashier here and at Pine City, who was in the Post Office race just given...

16. World War 1. Aviation and air raids. 1918-05-31 World War 1. Aviation and air raids. 1918-05-31 Northwest history; World War 1; aviation; air raids; bombs; Valenciennes, France ; The text of the statement on air operations reads: "Low clouds and poor visibility prevented much work by our airplanes on Wednesday until late in the afternoon, when the weather cleared. Five German machines...

17. World War 1. I.W.W. 1919-11-22 World War 1. I.W.W. 1919-11-22 Northwest history; World War 1; I.W.W.; Industrial Workers of the World; Wobblies; J. C. N. Reynolds; Sam R. Stern; department of justice ; The text of the resolutions framed by a special committee of the employers association under instructions given at the association's last regular meeting was yesterday made public. These resolutions, dealing...

18. World War. Miscellaneous. 1917-12-29 World War. Miscellaneous. 1917-12-29 Northwest history; World War 1; prohibition; American soldiers; General John J. Pershing; United States. department of defense; France; front lines; moral standards ; Prohibition of the sale of intoxicants of any description among the American expeditionary forces is under discussion between General Pershing and the French authorities. The war department announced today...

19. World War. Peace proposals, peace treaties & trade treaties. 1920-11-12 World War. Peace proposals, peace treaties & trade treaties. 1920-11-12 Northwest history; World War 1; peace proposals; peace treaties; trade treaties; peace negotiations; Yugoslavia; Santa Margherita, Italy; Foreign Minister Count Sforza of Italy; Italian-Yugoslavian relations; post-war ; The Italian and Jugoslav delegations conferring at Santa Margherita concerning the Adriatic problem have reached a complete agreement on the text of a treaty between the two countries, which will be signed...

20. World War. Peace proposals, peace treaties & trade treaties. 1917-01-12 World War. Peace proposals, peace treaties & trade treaties. 1917-01-12 Northwest history; World War 1; peace proposals; peace treaties; trade treaties; peace negotiations; entente powers; President Woodrow Wilson; peace note; United States; allies; central powers; German government ; The translation of the French text of the Entente note, as cabled by Ambassador Sharp at Paris, follows:
The Allied governments have received the note which was delivered to them in the name of the...
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