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36
Narrative of Hiram Beckwith, MS. in the Draper collection, Wisconsin His- torical Society.
38
H. W. Beckwith and Son, History of Vermillion County, Illinois, Chicago, 1879, pp. 318 and 325.
40
Isaac H. Elliott, Illinois Soldiers in the Black Hawk War in 1831-1832, Springfield, 1882.
41
R. T. Montgomery, Biographical Sketch of James Clyman, Calif. MS., Ban- croft Library.
42
Frank E. Stevens, The Black Hawk War, Chicago, 1903.
Alfred A. Jack- son, Abraham Lincoln in the Black Hawk War, Wisconsin Hist. Collections, vol. 14, 1898, pp. 118-136.
Reuben G. Thwaites, The Story of the Black Hawk War, ibid, vol. 12, 1892, pp. 216-265.
44
Louise P. Kellogg, The Removal of the Winnebago, Trans. Wisconsin Acad. of Sei. Arts and Letters, vol. 21, July 1924.
45
Letter of Lt. Col. Stephen W. Kearny, dated Jefferson Barracks, May 12, 1834, in the Tallman papers.
47
Letter to L. C. Draper, dated Delavan, Wisconsin, July 2, 1879, in the Draper collection.
48
James S. Buck, Pioneer History of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, 1881, vol. 2, p. 13.
49
Goulding Arnett, dated "Milwaukie May 24th 1836," in the Tallman papers.
52
James S. Buck, loc. cit.
53
Idem, pp. 14-17.
A. C. Wheeler, The Chronicles of Milwaukee, 1861, pp. 43-47.
56
24th Cong. 1st Sess. House Claims Committee, report no. 468, March 24, 1836, Report on case of James Clyman.
57
Green Bay Intelligencer, quoted from Buck, loc. cit.
58
Narrative of Hiram Beckwith, loc. cit.
60
Narrative of Hiram Beckwith, loc. cit.
61
Buck, loc. cit.
63
Montgomery, Biographical Sketch of James Clyman, loc. cit.
64
Daily Missouri Republican, May 28, 1844, quoted in Publ. Nebraska State Hist. Soc, vol. xx, 1922, p. 126.
65
Idem, June 11, 1844, quoted in ibid, p. 127.
66
W. H. Gray, A History of Oregon, Portland, 1870, p. 125.
67
J. P. Beckwourth, Life and Adventures, New York, 1856, pp. 23-24.
68
F. F. Victor, River of the West, Hartford, 1877, p. 81.
69
H. C. Dale, Ashley-Smith Explorations, Cleveland, 1918, p. 165.
70
Wyeth's Journals and Correspondence, in Sources of the History of Oregon, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 69-70
Letter to F. Ermatinger from Green River, July 18, 1833.
71
Recollections of Alanson Hinman, Oregon Hist. Society Quarterly, vol. 2, 1901, p. 266.
72
Diary of Narcissa Prentiss Whitman, Trans. Oregon Pioneer Association, 1893, p. 105.
73
Journal of Myra F. Eells, ibid, 1889.
74
Oregon Hist. Society Quarterly, vol. 24, 1923, p. 438.
75
Idem, vol. 21, 1901, p. 194.
76
St. Louis Reveille, Aug. 25 and June 9, 1845.
77
Bancroft, History of Oregon, vol. 1, pp. 484-485
A. J. Allen, Ten Years in Oregon, Ithaca, 1850 ed., pp. 265-275.
78
Joel Palmer, Journal of Travels, Cincinnati, 1847, p. 63
W. A. Goulder, Reminiscences, Boise, 1909, pp. 124-133.
79
Oregon Spectator, April 2, 1846
letter of Nathaniel Ford, ibid, July 9, 1846
letter of Moses Harris, ibid, Nov. 26, 1846
ibid, Oct. 29, 1846
Lindsay Applegate, Notes and Reminiscences, in [Portland] West Shore, Sept. 1877—June 1878, reprinted in Oreg. Hist. Society Quarterly, vol. 22, 1921, pp. 12-45.
80
Thomas Holt, Journal, in Oregon Spectator, March 4, 1847.
Bancroft, History of Oregon, vol. 1, pp. 555, 562, 565-566.
Trans. Oregon Pioneer Association, 1878, p. 69.
81
St. Louis Reveille, Jan. 3, 1848
Liberty Tribune, Dec. 10, 1847.
82
Warsaw Morning Visitor, May 19, 1849
Missouri Republican, May 13, 1849
Bancroft (History of Oregon, vol. 1, p. 515)
vol. 2, p. 691
Sydney W. Moss in his recollections (Pioneer Times, Bancroft Library, Pacific MS. no. 52)
Wagner, Plains and Rockies, pp. 85-86.
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