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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 April 1878

11t'-iiThi I- 4 i ( 4 1 i t v i FRIDAY , APRIL 6, 1S78. HOME SEWS. Weather it delightful for street work and building pur; kmc. Democratic State Convention will be held in this city on Wednesday, April iota. A "baby abow" ie talked of as one of tbe city attractions of the present month. The average daily attendance in the jKJQite Hsnoou annus ttte pan month was jmk. Tbe bark "Edward Jamee" arrived at -Honolulu oo tbe lltli Inst., after a voy age of fifty-eight days. Tbe Ferrotype Gallery will r amain only this month. People should bear taw in mina anu nave tbelr picture taken immediately. We do not remember ever to have seen ao many builtliup going up In the city at this eeaaon of the year ae are now In proeote of erection. Of the 15,000 inhabitants claimed for Portland, lese than 4,000, It is ealil, at tend aervieee in all ot tbe various cfawrehea, even on tbe most pleasant Sundays. Ooe hundred and twenty-one arrests were made by tbe eity police fnree dur ing the month of March. Of...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 April 1878

FKTDAY Al-ItIL 6, 1STS. HI MAN EsJtALITY. There is on king by nulit inc To rule and relgn.ami n' '"n': X.,r princely rank, nor lordly line EuCALirt, for a' that! For a- Hint and a' thai , Dvnaatie power, ami a' that ; V common birthright Towns us all With liberty, for a' that. fools and upstart claim to Sod In ancestry, and a' that, V I, irlier pout Id them assigned Mankind are one, lor a' that. I-Vr a' that and a' that, pompous air, and a' that; It matter not bow born or bred. We're of one blood, for a' that. nou?h woman never can he man. Nor change her sex, and a' that. To 'iial rights. 'gainst clam or clan, K-r claim 1 just, tor a that. For a' that and a' that, "Her proper phre," and a that ; lit all that make a living soul She matches man, for a' that, Mie auks no favors at hi hands, in bended knee, and a' that ; she li Ilia peer where'er be stands, I n spite of sex, and a' that. For a' that and a' tbat. Fair play for her, and a' that. In all the grave concern of life This Is be...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 April 1878

item $$&m$t. V H. J MlIMWAT. iMHei ted ProprWOT 1 FKICK-C0.rO!rT WASHISOTOSSTKBtr TUUiS, IK ADVANCE : Oneyesz. JIN S'X month .. 1 75 Tire months.. -1 ADVSBM3uEXTB Inserted on 1 Term able HER LOT; oa, lfaxr 0h Wim I'reetmt. Br HOB. A. 1. DCXIWAY. "ami as ranr w," "m katpt mb an vohaVs srauK," "iu okuox," SC., KfCt BTC rEntered.aeeonllagto Art orCongreso, In the year Ml, by Hn A J. Duolway, In the offlee or i at Washington City. CHAPTER XL The partiality tbat all mother ex hibit toward children who are eorsed with any infirmity, such hb deformity of figure, imbecility ol Intellect, feeble ness of body, or well-known weakness In moral, baa long ago passed Into a proverb. I was no exception to this universal rale; Indeed, to this day my otber children speak occasionally of tbeir poor elder brother, bat always In tone of injured innocence, as though tbey had suffered in some way from tny particular fondness for say unfortunate first born. And yet who should blame a mother for dearly ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 April 1878

FRIDAY- .APRIL 12; 1S7S. XOTICK. AgeuU will tlea lake notice that It Is a real tax opou n to pay expreM charges upon small sums, and they will confer a great favor by remitting to us through money order or ncMmd letters. WE WANT MOHETj, HOT PEOMISES Tiie financial problem, or, rattier, tbe dlseussion 01 11, sun continues, one statement usually sounding fair until a counter statement Is made. Inamultl tude of counselors we are told there Is safety, but when no two of this multi tude agree upon any important point, it is extremely difficult to fiud from their counsels just where the road to financial safety His. A writer in the Seattle In telttgmecr makes a very plain and fair showing in favor of paper currency in tbe following words: A ekl dollar la worth a dollar to tbe bolder. not because It la (Old, hot because the govern ment places Its stamp upon Hand Rives It a statutory enactment of legal tender for all does or purchases. The silver dollar, rem 00 etlzed. Is the same, and the ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 April 1878

FRIDAY...-. APRIL 12, 1878. HOME NEW8. A large number of passengers arrived by tins "Ekter." Kev. T. Li Eliot, of this city, lias been lecturing iu Olympla recently. Cantata M. C. Wilkinson has just re turned from a three mouths' furlough East. James A. Herne and Miss Kate Cor oorati were recently married iu San Francteco. A baby show la advertised to take place on the 'lSth, 19th, awl 20th of April. Proud mothers to the front. Rev. C. V. Anthony departed on the "Idaho," expectiugto spend a few weeks in San Francisco and Oakland. Remember that this is the last month that the Ferrotype Gallery will remain; pa eall at onee, before the rush of the last few days. The Democratic State Convention drew hither a number of prominent Democrats from various parts of the State this week. Gram! Lodee I. O. G. T. will convene in thitteitv June 18th. Delegates will be naseed over the different lines of travel at half fare. Moooey & Mosley exhibit a magnifi cent array of spring goods', making a...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 April 1878

xe Hen? jKericst FRIDAY.. ..APRIL 12 1S78. IN inE OLD SOTTII BOSTOIT, 1(77. CUCIICU. BT JOHK xB3IM5AF WHITTIER. She came and stood In the old South Church, A wonaer ana m hii 'With the look that the old time sibyls wore, Half-craxed and half-dlvine. Save the mournful sackcloth about her -wound, r nclotbed aa the primal mother. With limbs that trembled ajid eyes that burned With a are sue nam no smotner. Loose on her shoulders Ml Iter hair. With sprinkled ashes irray; She mood In the broad afste, strange and weird As a soul at the judgment day! And the minister naufced In bis wrmon's midst. And the people held Mr breath; For these were the vrorrK the maiden spoke Through Up aa pale m death: " Repent, repeat, ere the Lord ahall speak In thunder HBd breaking seals! Let all men worship him In tbe way That his light within reveals. " Tbo aalth the Lordl With earn All men myeoam shall tread; And prteat and ruler no more shall eat My people up like bread!" She shook the duet from her naked...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 April 1878

gije Ue;a ilottJjtaeai Mil. a. J. BfKlWAt, MKr ax ITeprWer J FriCE-CoK.FaMR WAMuoroxsntMir TEBM8, IX ADVANCE : Oce year.. x monitu .. .17 Tiree months.. ... I ADVKBSiaBME NTS Inserted on Terms HER LOT OB, TV How Mt Intetd. Br In. A. J. DOSIWA.T. ACTHOK or "JUMIH BSXD," "BtW DOD,'i "AMIS Aim imT IB," "IU KAFPT ho a," Hon wotLurs onsi," EVCa WKmt KTC- Entarad,acedlartoAetofOoBVMs.in the year 187S, by Kra. A. i. Daalway, la the office of the UbnriaaorODBcresi at Washington Citr. CHAPTER XII. The toil rial who visits Ban Francisco at the present time, with the glare and glitter of its million illumination greeting him by night, and its countless attractions of architecture, trade, and elegance displayed by day on every band, can form but a very faint idea of the old Mission that first greeted my eyes, when, after rounding the promon tory and entering the Golden Gate in the never-to-be-forgotten sotamn of M9, we beheld a forbidding succession of bUlowy sand bills, covered here and there ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 April 1878

t. Fill DAY...- APRIL 19, 1878. NOTICE. Correspondent, in order to inur: prompt attention to tbi Ir communication!., should ad dress all letters containing rennttancesormat tr for publkai; .ii u the New N'owmiikt, letters lnunde.l for Mrs. Duniway or Mrs. Co li:irn ghoutd be addressed to them personally, w.'.lioui reference to the paper. THE BIGHT 0P PETITION. sixteenth Amendment petitions, bear ing in the aggregate 70.W0 signatures, have already been plaeed before Uie present Congress. These petitions have been presented on Uie floor of the Sen ate by thirty-eight Senators, and on Uie floor of Uie House by one hundred Rep resentatives. The petitioners represent thirty-five States and five Territories. Heading the list of States comes Massa chusetts with 5,388 petitioners; New York follows closely with 2,770; Minne sota comes next with 2,046; Colorado, the battle-ground of Woman Suffrage last year, sends 1,008; Oregon sends 837, and Washington Territory SSL Lead ing the entire list ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 April 1878

NEW THIS "WEEK. nSC15LlXEOU3. MIHCELIiAJTEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. V FRIDAY... APRIL 1, 1S7S. HOMEHEWS. Fruit growers in this vicinity report much damage from frost. J Shepherd has returned to tills city from a sueeeaeful trip up the valley. Home moving and street repairing is progreMing in various parte of the city. The fcecoud and third lectures of the coarse advertised will be delivered by Rev. Matbew Hale Smith on Friday aud Monday evenings. Miss Maggie Bark, a graduate of St. Mary's Academy in thin city, has ac cepted the position of principal of the public school at Wood burn. A number of prominent gentlemen of tbU city have been pbotogra plied by Buchtel & Stolte, the picture placed in an album and sent to the Paris Exposi tion. Johnny Brandt, the engineer, and Fred Bogart, the fireman, who were in jured by the railroad accident ou Tues day evening of lat week, are convales cing. J. H. Robbing, agent in this city for Hasleton Brothers' pianos, mad...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 April 1878

FRIDAY... APRIL 19, 1878. THE RIILUEBS. BY HKXkY W. LOSG FELLOW. AH are architects of Fate, Working In Uiett- wall of Time; Some with massive deeds and great, Some with ornament of rhyme. Nothing useless in, or low; Each thine In It place u beat; And what seems but idle abow Mrengt hens and support the rest. For the structure that we raise, Time Is with materials ailed; Our to-davs and yesterdays Are the bloeka with which we build. Truly shape and fashion these; Leave no yawning caps between: Think not, because no man sees. Such things will remain unseen. In the elder days of Art, Builders wroujrht with Each minute and unseen part; ww ss oTerywnere. Let us do our work as well. Both the seen and the unseen; MSke . where Gods may dwell. Beautiful, entire, and clean. Else oar lives arc Incomplete, Standing tn these walls of lime. Broken stairways, where the feel Stumble as they seek to climb. Build to-day, then, strong and sure, With a arm and ample base; And ascending, and secure, Sha...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 April 1878

to !ic Hen? $ttl0i$i MS 8. 1. i. R.MW.lT, rMter and Pr?rleter 3 F PICF .T i A W tsBHwaTOKSTaadr S, IN ADVANCE: One year.. $ "1X ! 1 7 m TlrM anooUis... ADVERTISEMENTS bunted am Terms HER LOT OH, KH She I'rotcoted. Br Mas. A. J. OC.VIWAY. Avrmom or "jvbttk eid," km.n imwn,, "Axiav akd unr uot," "m mappt IC KIIIL KUC. EotaMi-aeoaidlBK to Aet arOaacren, to tbe year UC8,t9 Jfra. A J. Donhray, la the office of the Utoattthof Cbacreaa at Washington City. CHAPTER XIII. San Francisco grew inarvelously In size, wealth, and substantial improve ment; yet the call Tax portion of Lite city was by far the greater part, occupy ing, as it dil, the entire water front, save here aud there a wharf, studded at its edges with slimy pile", ami occasion ally a public structure for ihe retention of outlaws, who gathered themselves to gether from every nation under the sou, iuteot alike upon gain and indolence, and caring not as to how they were to compass them. In sis months from the date of the beginning ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 April 1878

l)t $m tie rf ijii? csi. FRIDAY.!. .. APRIL 26, IS7S. XOTIC'K. rvwresMMidenU. In onler to inure prompt attention to their communications, aboeld ad dress all letters containing remniBneesoTnmi ,,r for ttublieaUon to tbe New Nohthwkht. Letter intended for Mm. Dnnlway or Mr. Co- burn should be addres-ed to them personally, without reference to the paper. WOMEN JMOBED. The recent course of lectures delivered io this oity by Dr. Smith, of Brooklyn, were interesting, amusing, and instruct ive ia many ways, yet we wonder if it youth to middle life, from middle life to hoary age they had toiled toiled without recompense for their earnings, all went to sustain and build up others, and when at last their tottering limbs would no longer bear them about to perform unpaid labor, they found them selves unwelcome Inmates of homes that to them were no homes. In child hood no educational advantages were given them ; they were girls. Iu early womauhood they received nothing for their labor; they wer...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 April 1878

NEW THIS WEEK. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. SUSCELLAEOUS ADVERTISE5LEXTS. FRIDAY... APRIL 96, 1S76. HOME MEWS. Dr. Matbew Hale Smith departed to Ban Fraucioco ,n the "IUW last Tuesday. Additions to the number of inmates In tbe lueene asylum at East Portland are made hIiho-i daily. Rev. H. K. J lines, of I'oion county, preacthsil an eloquent and acceptable wfinou la Taylor-street Cliureli on last Sunday. Taylor street between Tlilrd aud Fourth, and Front street between Clay and Sheridan, are soon to be improved, by order of the couueil. Tbe Ferrotype Gallery will remain but one week longer. Parlies xtiouhH bear thin in mind, and not be disap pointed by coming too late. Jodge Lewis ami Secretary Owing, of Washington Territory, fcteut Sumlay in this city. The former lias departed to Walla Walla to hold a term of court. The crowd at the ratification ineetiug mi Saturday evening was immense. Remarks of the candidates and others were received with noisy demonstrations of a...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 April 1878

r: i v 7 U FRIDAY... APRIL. 26, 1S7S. a Argument OK TUE DEL.EGATI6S OF THE !C ITIOKAI. WOXAN Ml FKKAOE ABSOTTATIOK, BEFORE THR OOM XITTEE ON PKIVILXOBS AND KLKCTIONS OK TH r. V XITED STATMJSEKATE, JASrABV 11 AND 1J, 1STS. Fourteenth Amendment: "AH persons born ami naturalized in tbe t'niUxl States, aud subject to the joriixiictiofl thereof, are citizens of the United States. Uo State shall make or n force any law which shall abridge the privileges and immunities ot etUBMts 01 tue united States." Here follows a Iodr list of authorities which we omit. Ed. In tbe discussion of the enfranchise ment of woman, suffrage is now claimed by one class of thinkers as a privilege based upon citizenship and secured by tbe Constitution of the United States; as by lexicographers, as well as by the Constitution Itself, the definition of "citizen" includes women, as well as men. Iso State can riehtfullv deprive a woman citizen of the United States of any fundamental right which is hers in common with...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 May 1878

A Journal fotne People. Devoted to the Interestaor Humanity. Independent In Polities and Religion. Ittve to alt Live Inxaxe, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Exposlnic th Wrongs of the Masses. MIS. 1. J. UCUam, cater and Proprietor 0 F FICE-Cos. Front 4 W-iginseTONflTBEur TERMS, IN ADVANCE: vx months - Tlree mnfllhu... . 1S .19 ADVBRTISKMiCNTBlBMrtcdon RcoMmaM iflriDB HER' LOT; How Kite OR, Warn Protected. Br Mrs. A. J. DTOflWAY. ACT.. or "JUDITH HDD," "KLLKK IK1WD," "xjsie and henry lkb," "the kapty home," "osi woman's sfheke," "madoe morrison," KTC.f XTCt ETC iLatred,arcordlDKto Aetwf Conrres,ln tbe y" 1-7S. by Mil. A J. Daatway, In the office of the LtbrartanofConcrem M WMblncton City. Fbkb Speech, Kue Viam, Here People. VOLUJnB VII. POrwTLANI), OREGON,VFRIDAY, MAY 3, l&ir. CHAPTER XIV. reading world has not yet forgot ten the tearful holocaust that liuked with ita burning tongue the canvas- built city, where tens of thousands ol human beings had temporarily stored thei...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 May 1878

FRIDAY MAY 8, 1S7S. (vrrepondnu, in order to Inrare roin attention to their coraninnlcattons, sboakl ktl itreiiail letters containing remittances or mat ler for publication to the Xw NokTHWfKT. letters intended for Mrs. lMnlway or Mrs. Oo burti should be addressed to Uiem personally, ',thoui reference to tbc paper. THE T70NDER. "Women should not be aggressive If py wish men to look favorably upou Sir claims to equality," said a gentle man eommefiiuior on lie lectures of a Uly who recently visited this city. "Perhaps not, butHooking back over the centuries, it does seem as if being patttve has not done much toward se curing equality for them," remarked a lady, reflectively. "Well, men do not like for a woman to make a demand; they prefer to hear her speak mildly at all times." "Quite likely. But should not the necessity that causes a demand for equal rights to be made be rather to be deplored than the fact that the demand is made? And did It neveroccur to you that constant opposition...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 May 1878

MISCELLANEOUS. SIISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. JTJST PUBLISHED, FRIDAY.. .MAY 3, 1S7S. HOME NEWS. DR. A. B. SPINNEY, No. 11 EEAENY STBEET, TmiK nil Ctaronlc and Special Diseases. Hie "EWw" brought on liar last trip 489 passenger!) to this port. W. S. Lulu ami family arrived from the East by the "Chester." One hundred and twenty-one arrests were made hy the pollee In April. Mr. A. H. Morgan, of the internal revenue office, has been quite ill fur several days et. It Is mid that th fteamer "A neon" will soon again lx p'aeed on the Portland-San Franeifreo route. D. C. Ireland, editor of the Aiiorian, has returned from an extended tour through Eastern Washington and Ore gon. T" " (IS. S. Co.s steamship "State . ( i rnia" is advertised to leave p ..in i. ahla for this city about tlie Una ot 1 he i prietors of tlie Ferrotype Gal ler I. .n - otHinel their day of leaving to Motxiay, May 90th. This Is posi tively tLeir last day. The iorian says it i...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 May 1878

llS4.. FRIDAY MAI 3, !. . r.ttr n for the New Northwest.) JIOl.NT Ht01t. i-r w. . bioui i h. Majesu,- eiuiueuce, snow-mantled Hood, That through long-vantob'd centuries hath StMsl I inn on Ihy pudental ol granit rovk. The vhIu chronology of man to mock. Had wi the vision of the ancient seen, Tn trait- the wondrous cycles of thy jean, -T would vwell volume which the life of man Could hardly grasp within hu narrow pan. T won M measure time ere empires rose and fell. or am-.ent learning hastened to decay; Kr earth bad green and flower-enamelM dell, or present riven traced their tortuous way. Tlx- tourist' pride and gem of Oregon, Thy radiant form Ua joy to look upon. And who hath once beheld the picture bright Will e'er retain the vtaton with delight. No mortal witneaaed the volcanic throe That heralded the morning or thy birth; 'Twas ere the tropic flower or arctic snow Did belt and beaatify our planet Earth. Eternal power lamed the decree; Internal force hastened to obey. When slowly...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 May 1878

Una . A- J. IHMW I, Hilar ami Pra;rMr A Journal for the People. Devoted to the Interests of Humanity. Independent In Politics and Itellglon. Wive to all Live Issues, and Thoroughly Radical tnOpposingandKxposlnethe "Wrongs ol the Masses. 1 FFICE-COB.Fw. ST WASHIXeTOXSTBEET TEHXB, IN ADVANCE : Or. year.... 'T month Tlree month. 3flO .. 1 T-". .IN FBKB BPtttCH, FHBE PmBW. FREE PBOrLK. Correspondents writing over assumed signa tures moat make known tnelr names to tbs Editor, or no attention will be given to their communication. POIIXLAISTD, OTtlCGCXX, FKIDAY, MAY lO, 187S. NTTMBER 34. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on Reasonable rerma VOLUME VII. HER LOT OR, Has She lreleell. BtMhu. a. J. DCXIWAY. ACTUM O "JCDITH KEID," "EIXRX DOWO,-, "AMI AXS HEXRT LEE," "THE BATPT VOJR, 0 t VOIA.VK SPHERE, "BOI MORKISON," tir., rrr., etc. fJTnleHin.au rdncl" Art ofT'oncrem, In the year Knt, by Mrs. A J. Ininlwny, Inihe oilier of the Librarian of Congress hi Washington City. fit PTKn xv. . At a round table, n...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 May 1878

tit? Isrtue5f. A FRfDAY -MAY 10, 1878. xoncn. Correspondents, in order to insure prompt attention to their communication, should wu dri' all letters containing remittance or mat ter fir publlratiun to the New Nokthwbht. fiCtu-ni intended far Mrs, ltanlway or Mrs. Co burn should be addressed to them, personally, with' .11 i reference to the paper. A PANACEA. A woman in "Waldo Hills," who re joices in the venerable sobriquet of "Aunt Lib," has discovered It, Ami with the customary unselfishness that characterizes the sex, she resolved to Rive poor struggling humanity the ben efit of her discovery; and fired with this laudable purpose, she heralds it abroad through the Statesman. She says: lt there be mora young ladies suitably edu cated to be wives, and there will be more young men worth having, and, as a conse quenoe, they will more readily seek ibe mar riage relation. Now, as Is well known, the education and training of young wohien in all the pact decades has been carried on with t...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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