|Issue & headlines||November 13, 1902 Page four|
Totem-pole a hoodoo
Many salmon this year
Record breaking barkentine
Her term expires
Prospects is good for army canteen
Early work for congress
|Image tag||02111304.GIF |
|Date of publication||11/13/1902 |
|Page notes||"Eastern town in which the curio terrorized the inhabitants"|
"Estimate of the product of the Columbia River hatcheries"
"Captain Carlson's Lahaina establishes an enviable reputation"
"Every prominent officer advocates returning to the former plan"
"Several prosperous states will be found knocking for admission"
|Named individuals||Carson, N.P.|
Shiach, Alice J.
American ship John Ena
|Subject||Fish hatcheries--Columbia River Region|
Statehood (American politics)--New Mexico
Statehood (American politics)--Arizona
Statehood (American politics)--Oklahoma
|Publisher||The Leader Company |
|Place of publication||United States--Washington (State)--Port Townsend |
|Type of publication||Newspaper |
|Frequency||Daily except Monday |
|Title notes||The morning leader (1895-1904); on Sunday published as: Sunday leader. Continues: Townsend [daily] leader (1892). Continued by: Port Townsend daily leader (1904). |
|Image format||GIF image |
|Scanning data||Scanned from 35 mm silver negative microfilm by OCLC Preservation Resources; GIF imagers are 1600 pixels wide, type 89A with 2 added colors derivd from 600 dpi bitonal TIFF images. |
|Source of other formats||Microfilm: Port Townsend Public Library, 1220 Lawrence St., Port Townsend, WA 98368 USA, 360-385-3181; Microfilm and bound originals: Jefferson County Historical Society, 210 Madison St., Port Townsend, WA 98368 USA, 360-385-1003. |
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