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IdentifierORU_WTXT_001
TitleKing of Northwestern Waters
Description4 p. Article by James B. Pond with photographs by the author and others. The article describes a trip by stern-wheeler on the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon to The Dalles, Oregon. The author also touches on history, myth, and the local industries such as salmon fishing and canning, and logging. The first photo is taken from Crown Point and shows Cape Horn rising above the Columbia. The second photo shows a logging flume in a forest. Page 19 has a set of photos showing a cannery, a fish wheel, a stern wheel packet, and a boat "docked" along a rocky bank of the river. Page 20 shows a fish wheel on the river, with a mountain rising in the background.
Number of Pages4
CitationPond, J. B. The King of Northwestern Waters. Travel. v. 35 (July 1920). p. 18-20, 46.
Place NamesCrown Point, Oregon
Cape Horn, Washington
Columbia River
GenreJournal Article
AuthorPond, James B.
PhotographerPond, James B.
Original PublisherTravel Magazine
Date of Original1920-07
PublisherUniversity of Oregon Libraries
RightsThis item is in the public domain. Acknowledgement of the University of Oregon Libraries as a source is requested.
RepositoryUniversity of Oregon Libraries
Additional Physical Formats Held by UOPrint Version Available
LanguageEnglish
TypeText
Digital CollectionUniversity of Oregon. Libraries. Western Waters Digital Library.
 
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