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ItemCollected ephemera (pt. 8).(UNKNOWN, 1854) UnknownPart of Relander's collected ephemera, including the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, important information for visitors, advertisements, a Gildner Bros. log book, and more. For more of Relander's collected ephemera see EPM-131-01-001 through EPM-131-05-001, as well as EPM-131-07-001, EPM-131-08-001 and EPM-131-08-002. ItemYakima Indian Country Reconnaissance: a map from the National Archives.(1855-11) Mendell, Lt.; Cram, CaptainCompleted November of 1855, five months after the Yakima Treaty. Among the marked locations are: Selah Fishery, Haller's Battle, Simcoe, Tapinish, A-tah-nam, and Major Rains Trail. ItemFur-hunting in Oregon: an article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine.(UNKNOWN, 1856-02) UnknownInside this handmade booklet is pages 341 through 346 of the February 1856 issue of Harper's New Monthly Magazine with an article about fur hunting in Oregon. A small portion of the article is stapled to the first page. ItemWild life in Oregon: an article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine.(UNKNOWN, 1856-10) UnknownInside this handmade booklet is pages 587 through 601 of the October 1856 issue of Harper's New Monthly Magazine with an article about the wild life in Oregon. Illustrations throughout. Item100th anniversary: Lyon's Ferry Commemoration Day.(Unpublished, 1860-06-05) Orchard, Vance; Burgess, HowardThis brochure includes a program and sepia-toned photographs as well as information about the ferry. ItemPhrenology and physiology chart.(UNKNOWN, 1863) Hagarty, A."Phrenology chart of Mrs. Edith Poule, as given by A. Hagarty, comprising full and plain directions for the cultivation and restraint of all the physical and mental organs. This chart gives all necessary information relative to pursuit in life, matrimonial alliances, how to regain health if lost, &c., &c., &c." ItemMemoir of Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, of the First Brigage, Missouri Volunteers. Slain at the Battle of Wilson's Creek August 10, 1861.(UNKNOWN, 1866-04) Woodward, Ashbel, M. D.Reprinted from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register for April, 1866. "No martyr in the late struggle for union and nationality fell more widely or sincerely lamented than Gen. Nathaniel Lyon. His military career in Missouri opened brilliantly, and was accepted as a prophecy of signal usefulness and honor. Through his foresight, decision and activity St. Louis was saved from the hands of the enemy." Includes a portrait of General Lyon and a labeled map of the plan of the Battle of Wilson's Creek, MO. ItemCollected ephemera (pt. 13).(UNKNOWN, 1870) UnknownPart of Relander's collected ephemera, including the Ladies' Music Club, North Yakima, Wash. Memorial Service, calendars, art, and more. For more of Relander's collected ephemera see EPM-131-01-001 through EPM-131-05-001, as well as EPM-131-07-001, EPM-131-08-001 and EPM-131-08-002. ItemStory of Oshkosh: his tribe and fellow chiefs.(UNKNOWN, 1877) Lawson, Publius V."Interesting historical sketch of the Menomonee Chieftain, after whom the city of Oshkosh was named--incidents of the times in which he lived and something of the Indians who have played important parts in the early history of Wisconsin--Oshkosh was a noble Redman and never raised his hand against the Whites--appointed Chief by Governor Lewis Cass-his taking off and what caused it." ItemDeath and redemption, a sermon.(Press of Noyes, Snow & Company., 1879-09-10) Hill, Thomas, Rev., D.D., LL. D.From a sermon preached at Portland, Maine. "In that charming volume of Emerson, published anonymously forty years ago, in which he treats of Nature in relation to man, he says that every natural fact is a type of some spiritual fact, and thus becomes a symbol by which to express the spiritual fact. Without this symbolical power of outward nature, we could not have any language. All words, even those expressive of the most refined spiritual abstractions, were originally figurative; they directly expressed some outward thing or action." ItemCollected ephemera (pt. 1).(UNPUBLISHED, 1887) UnknownPart of Relander's collected ephemera, including business cards, invitations and programs, an advertisement for laundry soap from 1868, a school grade report, and more. For more of Relander's collected ephemera see For more of Relander's collected ephemera see EPM-131-02-001 through EPM-131-05-002, as well as EPM-131-07-001, EPM-131-08-001, and EPM-131-08-002. ItemAn Indian Horse-Race, article from Century Magazine.(UNPUBLISHED, 1887-01) Wood, C. E. S.From Volume XXXIII No. 3, pages 447-450 of the Century Magazine. Written by the adjutant-general of the expedition "to settle the Methows, Chelans, Weenatches, and half a dozen other tribes upon the reservation Secretary Schurz had marked out for them." ItemCollected ephemera (pt. 9).(UNKNOWN, 1888) UnknownPart of Relander's collected ephemera, including Hood's Book of Homemade Candies, Diamond Cookbook, which is in such fragile condition that only the front and back covers have been scanned, and more. For more of Relander's collected ephemera see EPM-131-01-001 through EPM-131-05-001, as well as EPM-131-07-001, EPM-131-08-001 and EPM-131-08-002. For the remainder of the Diamond Cook Book, make an appointment to view it in person, but be aware that due to its condition, it might not be possible to view in its entirety. ItemState of Washington trespass laws enacted by the legislative session of 1889 - 90.(O. C. White, State Printer., 1890) UnknownThe booklet defines trespass and details the act "to punish trespass." The last section is about trespass on public lands. "An Act defining trespass on the public lands of the state, and providing punishment therefor." Item"Negro Liberty." A wide awake sermon by Dr. Cal. M. Williams, of Fort Smith, Arkansas. The Great Negro Preacher.(UNPUBLISHED, 1890) Williams, Cal. M., Dr.Includes both a sermon with a call to "stand fast in the liberty," and Sunday School Normal and Object Lessons, as well. ItemNorthern Pacific R. R. the Yellowstone Park Route to Montana and the Pacific Coast.(UNKNOWN, 1891) UnknownThis Northern Pacific railway time table from 1891 has a full-sized map on one side, with the route marked, along with stops. On the other side is information, illustrations, and the schedule. Interesting information, from its time, including Mount Rainier being called Mount Tacoma, and Washington described as "the Pennsylvania of the Pacific Coast, because of its varied natural resources." ItemConstitution and by-laws of the State Temperance Alliance, also compiled liquor laws of the State of Washington.(Leader Publishing Co., 1891) Sutton, E. B.Includes the national platform and state platform of the prohibition party, and a directory of the temperance alliance. Also has songs and ads in front and back.