1. Manuscript Material
Bloodworth, Jessie A., "Human Resources Survey of the Colville Confederated Tribes," June 1959. A field report nf the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Portland Area Office, Colville Agency. Mimeographed, 69 pp.
Bruseth, Nels, "The Duhkwautsub War." A typescript on file at the Mount Baker National Forest Office, USFS, Bellingham, Wash.
Chriswell, H. C., "Historical Sketch, Mount Baker National Forest." A typescript on file at the Mount Baker National Forest Office, USFS, Bellingham, Wash.
Downing, Alfred, a Sketch Book, 1870s and 1880s. In the Archives of the Washington State Historical Society, Tacoma, Wash.
Hussey, John A., "The Mother Lode Country, California, A Reconnaissance. Mimeographed. A National Park Service report, San Francisco, 1966.
Klement, Otto, "Early Skagit Recollections." A typescript on file at the Mount Baker National Forest Office, USFS, Bellingham, Wash.
McGuire, C. C., "Memoirs of C. C. McGuire." Mimeographed. On file at the Mount Baker National Forest Office, USFS, Bellingham, Wash.
Mitchell, Bruce, "Index to Historical Source Materials of North Central Washington in the Files of the Wenatchee Daily World," 1 (1905-50), 2 (1951-59). Copy at the Washington State Library, Olympia.
National Archives. Record Group 76. North West Boundary Survey, 1857-62. Books No. 188, 189, and 215. Also, Northwestern Boundary, Envelopes No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5a, and 8.
Pitzer, Paul Curtis, "A History of the Upper Skagit Valley, 1880-1924." MA thesis, University of Washington, Seattle, 1966. A most pertinent study, one of great usefulness to this report.
Seattle City Light Department, "The Seattle-Skagit River Railway." Mimeographed leaflet.
Stevens, Robert C., "Early Winters Visitor Center, a Feasibility Study," Okanogan National Forest, USFS.
USFS, Mount Baker National Forest, Bellingham, Wash., Miscellaneous Items from the Historical Files.
2. Oral Interviews
Bird, Robert, Stehekin, Wash., with writer, May 7, 1969.
Buckner, Harry, Stehekin, Wash., with writer, May 9, 1969.
Courtney, Ray, Stehekin, Wash., with writer, May 11, 1969.
Davis, Glee, Sedro Woolley, Wash., with Cal Dunnell and Bob Stevens, date unknown. Transcript on file at North Cascades National Park Headquarters, Sedro Woolley, Wash.
3. Government Publications, Federal and State
Baker, Marcus, Survey of the Northwestern Boundary of the United States, 1857-1861, USGS Bulletin 174, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1900.
Douglas, George Wayne, A Preliminary Biological Survey of the North Cascades National Park and the Ross Lake and Lake Chelan National Recreation Areas, n.p., n.p., 1969.
House Executive Documents, 33d Cong., 1st Sess., No. 129. "Report of the Secretary of War Communicating the Several Pacific Railroad Surveys," 3 volumes.
House Executive Documents, 40th Cong., 3d Sess., No. 86. "Northwest Boundary Commission."
Huntling, Marshall T., see Washington State, Division of Mines and Geology.
International Boundary, From the Gulf of Georgia to the Northwestern most Part of the Lake of the Woods, Map, 59 sheets. Surveyed and Remonumented, 1903-14, per Treaty signed at Washington, April 11, 1908. Particularly Sheets 4 and 5.
International Boundary Commission, Joint Report upon the Survey and Demarcation of the Boundary between the United States and Canada, from the Gulf of Georgia to the Northwesternmost Point of Lake of the Woods, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1937.
Plummer, Fred G., Forest Conditions in the Cascade Range, Washington, Between the Washington and Mount Rainier Forest Reserves, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1902.
Pierce, 1st Lt. Henry H., Report of an Expedition From Fort Colville to Puget Sound, Washington Territory, by way of Lake Chelan and Skagit River . . . August and September, 1882, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1883.
Senate Executive Documents, 33d Cong., 2d Sess., No. 78, Pacific Railroad Surveys, Report of I. I. Stevens.
Senate Executive Documents, 36th Cong., 1st Sess., No. 16. Annual Report of Lt. John G. Parke, Nov. 12, 1859, on Boundary Survey.
Senate Executive Documents, 47th Cong., 1st Sess., No. 186.
Senate Documents, 90th Cong., 1st Sess., The North Cascades, Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Parks and Recreation . . . on S1321 . . ., Washington, Government Printing Office, 1967.
Swanton, John R., The Indian Tribes of North America, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 145, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1962.
U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian Reservations of the Northwest; Idaho, Oregon, Washington; The People, Their Land, Their Life, Portland, n.p., 1960.
Washington State Geological Survey, Bulletin No. 11, The Mineral Resources, Olympia, 1912.
Washington State Geological Survey, Bulletin No. 21, The Mining Resources of Washington, With Statistics for 1919, Olympia, 1921.
Washington State, Division of Mines and Geology, Bulletin No. 27, Inventory of Washington Minerals, Part II, Metallic Minerals, 2 vols., Olympia, 1956. Written by Marshall T. Huntling.
Washington State, Division of Mines and Geology, Bulletin No. 42, Gold in Washington, Olympia, 1955. Written by Marshall T. Huntling.
4. Periodicals and Newspapers
Anderson, Lloyd, "First Ascent of Sinister," The Mountaineer, 32 (Dec. 15, 1939), p. 28.
Anderson, Lloyd, "First Ascent of Despair," The Mountaineer, 32 (Dec. 15, 1939), p. 28.
Anderson, Ada Woodruff, "Lake Chelan and the American Alps, " The Pacific Monthly, 9 (May 1904), pp. 300-08.
Barry, J. Neilson, "The Indians in Washington, Their Distribution by Languages," Oregon Historical Quarterly, 28 (1927), pp. 147-62.
Bellingham Herald, Bellingham, Wash. Selected issues.
Burlington Farm Journal, Burlington, Wash. Selected issues.
Chelan Leader (also Chelan Falls Leader and Chelan Weekly Leader), Chelan, Wash., 1891-1904.
Concrete Herald, Concrete, Wash. Selected issues, but specially the 50th anniversary issue, June 21, 1951.
Connelly, Dolly, "Indians, Miners, Stockmen Blazed the Way," in Seattle Times, July 10, 1960.
Curtis, Asahel, "The First Ascent of Mount Shuksan," The Mountaineer, 1 (June 1907), p. 52.
Deutsch, Herman J. "A Contemporary Report on the 49° Boundary Survey, " Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 53 (1962), pp. 17-33.
Eells, Myron, "Puget Sound Indians," Washington Archeologist, 7, (January 1963), pp. 19-27.
Jones, Stephen B. The Cordilleran Section of the Canada-United States Borderland," Geographical Journal, 89 (1937), pp. 439-50.
Lewis, Albert Buell, "Tribes of the Columbia Valley and the Coast of Washington and Oregon, " Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association, 1, Pt. 2 (Sept. 1906), pp. 151-209.
McConnell, Grant, "The Cascades Wilderness," Sierra Club Bulletin, 41 (Dec. 1956), pp. 24-31.
Meany, Edmond S., "Washington Geographic Names," The Washington Historical Quarterly, 8 (Oct. 1917), pp. 265-90; 9 (1918), pp. 107-28, 197-207, 288-95; 10 (1919), 53-56, 102-09, 190-204, 11 (1920), 44-58, 115-35, 202-17, 274-93; 12 (1921), 59-67, 115-36, 211-18, 288-99; 13 (1922), 32-56, 122-30, 212-24, 284-92; 14 (1923), 40-62, 127-44, and 210-22.
Mitchell, Bruce, "The Story of Rufus Woods and the Development of Central Washington," special supplement in Wenatchee Daily World, May 25, 1965.
Mitchell, Bruce, "Flowing Wealth, the Story of Water Resource Development in North Central Washington, 1870-1950," special supplement in Wenatchee Daily World, March 6, 1967.
Mitchell, Bruce, "By River, Trail, and Rail," special supplement in Wenatchee Daily World, Sept. 1968.
Murray, Keith A., "Building a Wagon Road Through the Northern Cascade Mountains," Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 56 (April 1965), 49-56.
North Pacific Coast, a newspaper-like magazine, or vice versa.
Omundson, John, "Camano Island--Succession of Occupation From Prehistoric to Present Time," Washington Archeologist, 5 (April 1961), pp. 2-18.
Overmeyer, Philip Henry, "George B. McClellan and the Pacific Northwest," Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 32 (1941), pp. 3-60.
Nordaquist, Del, "A Fish Weir Fragment From 45SN100," Washington Archeologist, 5 (Aug.-Sept. 1961).
Skagit News, Mount Vernon, Wash. Intermittent, 1884-85.
Steele, W. G., "Lake Chelan and the Valley of the Stehekin," Oregon Native Son and Historical Magazine, 1 (Jan. 1900), pp. 407-15.
Sunday Olympian, selected issues.
Wenatchee Daily World, selected issues.
5. Books and Pamphlets
Adamson, Thelma, Folk-Tales of the Coast Salish, New York, American Folk-Lore Society, 1934.
Avery, Mary W., Washington, A History of the Evergreen State, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1961.
Bancroft, Hubert Howe, The Native Races of the Pacific States of North America, 1, Wild Tribes, n.p., n.p., 1874.
Case, Robert Ormond and Victoria Case, Last Mountains, The Story of the Cascades, New York, Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1945.
Clark, Ella E., Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1953.
Clarke, Clinton C., The Pacific Crest Trailway, Pasadena, 1945.
Curtis, Edward S., The North American Indian, edited by Frederick Webb Hodge, volume 9 of 20 volumes, Norwood, Mass., Plimpton Press, 1913.
Dow, Edson, Passes to the North, History of the Wenatchee Mountains, Wenatchee, 1963.
Drucker, Philip, Cultures of the North Pacific Coast, San Francisco, Chandler Publishing Co., 1965.
Edson, Lelah Jackson, The Fourth Corner, Highlights from the Early Northwest, Seattle, Craftsman Press, 1968.
Hazard, Joseph T., "Recreation," in Washington State Historical Society, Building a State, Washington, 1889-1939, edited by Charles Milnes and O. B. Sperlin, Washington State Historical Society Publications, 8, Tacoma, 1940.
Hodges, L. K., Mining in the Pacific Northwest, (Seattle?), 1897.
Hunt, Herbert and Floyd C. Kaylor, Washington, West of the Cascades, 1, Chicago, S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1917.
An Illustrated History of Stevens, Ferry, Okanogan and Chelan Counties, State of Washington, Spokane, 1904.
Interstate Publishing Company, An Illustrated History of Skagit and Snohomish Counties, n.p., 1906.
Johnson, Allen, editor, Dictionary of American Biography, 20 volumes, New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1943.
Kane, Paul, Wanderings of an Artist Among the Indians of North America, Tokyo, Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1968.
Klotz, Otto, The History of the Forty-Ninth Parallel Survey West of the Rocky Mountains, reprinted from The Geographical Review, 3 (May 1917), pp. 382-87, New York, American Geographical Society, n.d.
McFeat, Tom, editor, Indians of the North Pacific Coast, Seattle, 1966.
Manning, Harvey, and Bob and Ira Spring, High Worlds of the Mountain Climber, Seattle, Superior Publishing Co., 1959.
Manning, Harvey, The Wild Cascades, Forgotten Parkland, San Francisco, Sierra Club, 1965.
Meany, Edmund S., History of the State of Washington, New York, The Macmillan Co., 1909.
Peattie, Roderick, editor, The Cascades, Mountains of the Pacific Northwest, New York, 1949.
Ross, Alexander, The Fur Hunters of the Far West, edited by Kenneth A. Spaulding, Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1956.
Sterling, E. M. and Bob and Ira Spring, Trips and Trails . . . North Cascades and Olympics, Seattle, 1967.
Stewart, Edgar I., " Alexander Ross," in Le Roy Hafen, editor, The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West, 6, Glendale, Arthur H. Clark Co., 1968.
Sunset Discovery Trips in Washington, Menlo Park, 1956.
Teit, James, The Thompson Indians of British Columbia, in Franz Boas, editor, Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, 2, New York, Knickerbocker Press, 1900.
Wills, Robert H., High Trails, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1962.
Workers of the Writers' Program, Work Projects Administration, Washington, A Guide to the Evergreen State, Portland, Binfords and Mort, 1941.
Seattle City Light Department, "Seattle City Light's Skagit Hydro electric Project, Visitor's Guide." Leaflet.
Kroll Map Company, Map, "The Cascade Portion of Skagit, Whatcom, and Okanogan Counties, Washington," Seattle, 1899.
University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology, Map, "The North American Indians, 1950, Distribution," 1960.
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