A Northern Pacific Bibliography

Books, Papers, Dissertations

Alexander, Katherine, and Pamela Jean Bancroft.

Gandys Restaurant and Gallery: Rehabilitation of the Northern Pacific Railroad Station, Bozeman, Montana.

Bozeman [Mont.]: Montana State University, 1987.


Armbruster, Kurt E.

Orphan Road: The Railroad Comes to Seattle, 1853-1911.

Pullman [Wash.]: Washington State University Press, 1999.


Asay, Jeff.

Union Pacific Northwest; The Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Company.

Edmonds [Wash.]: Pacific Fast Mail, 1991.


Atkinson, George Henry.

The Northwest Coast, including Oregon, Washington and Idaho, a series of articles upon the N.P.R.R. in its relations to the basins of the Columbia and of Puget's Sound. By Rev. G.H. Atkinson, D.D. Endorsed by the Portland Board of Trade.

Portland [Ore.]: A. G. Walling, 1878.


Baumgardner, Colleen, and Ronald E. Hess.

The Billings Depot Restaurant, Lounge and Brewery: Located in the Billings Townsite Historic District, Billings, Montana.

Bozeman [Mont.]: Montana State University, 1988.


Beebe, Lucius Morris, and Charles M. Clegg.

The Trains We Rode.

Berkeley [Cal.]: Howell-North Books, 1965.


Bolino, August C.

An Economic History of Idaho Territory, 1863-1890.

Saint Louis [Mo.]: Saint Louis University, 1957.


Boone, Lalia.

Idaho Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary.

Moscow [Ida.]: University of Idaho Press, 1988.


Boston Board of Trade.

Report on the Northern Pacific Railroad made to the Government of the Board, and unanimously adopted November 27, 1865.

Boston [Mass.]: J. H. Eastburn's Press, 1865


Brown, Dee.

Hear that Lonesome Whistle Blow; Railroads in the West.

New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1977.


Bryant, Keith L., Jr., Editor.

Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography, Railroads in the Twentieth Century.

New York: Facts on File, 1990.


Budd, Ralph, and Howard Elliott.

Great Northern and Northern Pacific Review of Operations from 1916 to 1923.

New York: Wood, Struthers and Company, 1927.


Burbey, Gene P.

Great Northern Pacific and Burlington Lines, Inc., Its Effect Upon the Economics of Operation and the Efficiency of Rail Service to the Public.

Spokane [Wash.]: Gonzaga University, 1965.


Bureau of Indian Affairs.

See United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.


Buss, Dietrich G.

Henry Villard: A Study of Trans-Atlantic Investment and Interests, 1870-1895.

Claremont [Cal.]: Claremont Graduate University, 1976.


Campbell, Edward G.

Reorganization of the American Railroad System, 1893-1900.

New York: Columbia University Press, 1938.


Campbell, Marius Robinson.

Guidebook of the Western United States; Part A. The Northern Pacific Route, with a side trip to Yellowstone Park.

Washington [D.C.]: Government Printing Office, 1915.


Carkeet Cheney, Roberta

Names on the Face of Montana: The Story of Montana’s Place Names.

Missoula [Mont.]: Mountain Press, 1996.


Cochran, John S.

Henry Villard and Oregon’s Transportation Development, 1863-1881.

Cambridge [Mass.]: Harvard University, 1961.


Cochran, Thomas C.

Railroad Leaders, 1845-1890; The Business Mind in Action.

Cambridge [Mass.]: Harvard University Press, 1953.


Coffin, Charles C.

The Seat of Empire.

Boston [Mass.]: Fields, Osgood and Company, 1870.


Cooper, James Graham, and George Suckley.

The natural history of Washington territory and Oregon with much relating to Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas, Utah, and California, between the thirty-sixth and forty-ninth parallels of latitude, being those parts of the final reports on the survey of the Northern Pacific Railroad route, relating to the natural history of the regions explored, with full catalogues and descriptions of the plants and animals collected from 1853 to 1860.

New York: Bailliere Bros., 1860.


Cotroneo, Ross R.

History of the Northern Pacific Land Grant, 1900-1952

Moscow [Ida.]: University of Idaho, 1967.


Curtis, Jane, Peter Jennison and Frank Lieberman.

Frederick Billings: Man of Principle in an Unruly Age.

Woodstock [Vt.]: Woodstock Foundation, 1986.


Daggett, Stuart.

Railroad Reorganization.

Cambridge [Mass.]: Harvard University Press, 1908.


Davidson, I. G.

Oregon and the Pacific Northwest: Glimpses of pretty spots along the valley of the Columbia River from Northern Montana to the Pacific Ocean: Scenery along the line of the Northern Pacific Railroad, showing the new trans-continental route in process of construction.

Portland [Ore.]: G. H. Himes [189-?].


DeGoyler, Everett L.

The Tracks Going Back; A Century of Transcontinental Railroading, 1869-1969.

Ft. Worth [Tex.]: Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, 1969.


Diamond, Jay G., Montana Board of Railroad Commissioners, United States Works Progress Administration and United States Agricultural Marketing Service.

Carloadings of Montana Agricultural Commodities: 1916-1938.

Helena [Mont.]: Agricultural Service, 1939.


Dillon, John Forrest.

Pacific Railroad Laws: including charters and acts of Congress relating to or affecting the Union Pacific Railroad, the Kansas Pacific Railway, the Denver Pacific Railway, the Central Pacific Railroad, the Northern Pacific Railroad, the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad, and the Texas & Pacific Railroad.

New York: E. C. Miles, 1890.


Donnelly, Charles.

Facts About the Northern Pacific Land Grant.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Northern Pacific Railway, 1924.


Eckes, Ruth.

Rail Tales.

Orting [Wash.]: privately published, 1995.



Blow the Whistle Softly.

Auburn [Wash.]: privately published, 1996.



Whistles in the Night.

Auburn [Wash.]: privately published, 1997.



Call of the Rails.

Auburn [Wash.]: privately published, 2000.


Field, Henry Martyn.

Our Western Archipelago.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1895.


Fortenbery, Thomas Randall.

The Effect Of Branch Line Abandonment on Local Highways: A Site Specific Study.

Bozeman [Mont.]: Montana State University, 1984.


Fredrickson, James M.

Railroad Shutterbug; Jim Fredrickson’s Northern Pacific.

Pullman [Wash.]: Washington State University Press, 2000.


Fredrickson, James M.

Washington State History Train.

Tacoma [Wash.]: Washington State Historical Society, 1995.


Frey, Robert L., Editor.

Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography, Railroads in the Nineteenth Century.

New York: Facts on File, 1988.



A Technological History of the Locomotives of the Northern Pacific Railway Company.

Ann Arbor [Mich.]: University Microfilms, 1970.


Fuchs, Thomas C.

Henry Villard; A Citizen of Two Worlds.

Eugene [Ore.]: University of Oregon, 1991.


Gaertner, John R.

North Bank Road. The Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway.

Pullman [Wash.]: Washington State University Press, 1991.


Grauman, Tamara J.

A Reinterpretation of a Historic Building Type: An Urban Railway Station for Butte, Montana.

Bozeman [Mont.]: Montana State University, 1983.


Green, Richard.

The Northern Pacific of McGee and Nixon; Classic Photographs of Equipment and Environment During the 1930-1955 Period.

Seattle [Wash.]: Northwest Short Line, 1983.



The Pacific Northwest Railroads of McGee and Nixon.

Seattle [Wash.]: Northwest Short Line, 1997.


Grodinsky, Julius.

Jay Gould; 1867-1892.

Philadelphia [Penn.]: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1957.



Transcontinental Railway Strategy, 1869-1893; A Study of Businessmen.

Pullman [Wash.]: Washington State University Press, 1962.


Hanson, Joseph H.

Grand Opening of the Northern Pacific Railway. Celebration at St. Paul, Minnesota. The Eastern Terminus.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Brown and Treacy, 1883.


Harnsberger, John L.

The Influence of Jay Cooke on the Early Development of Duluth, Minnesota.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Minnesota Historical Society, 1948.



Jay Cooke and Minnesota: The Formative Years of the Northern Pacific Railroad, 1868-1873.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: University of Minnesota, 1956.


Hart, Arthur A.

Steam Trains In Idaho: In the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century.

Boise [Ida.]: Idaho State Historical Society, 1960.


Hedges, James B.

Henry Villard and the Railways of the Northwest.

New Haven [Conn.]: Yale University Press, 1930.



The Development of Transportation in the Pacific Northwest, 1860-1893, As Reflected in the Career of Henry Villard.

Cambridge [Mass.]: Harvard University, 1924.


Heirman, Robert.

A Railroad Runs Through It; Reflections from Everett to Darrington.

Snohomish [Wash.]: Cloudcap, 1998.


Hidy, Ralph W., et al.

The Great Northern Railway, A History.

Boston [Mass.]: Harvard Business School Press, 1988.


Hillman, George N.

Driving the Golden Spike: Story of a Great Achievement.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: n.p., 1932.


Holbrook, Stewart.

The Story of American Railroads.

New York: Crown, 1947.


Hoy, William S.

Railroad Stations in the Gallatin Area.

Montgomery Village [Md.]: Keystone Press, 1998.



Survey of Gallatin County Railroad Stations.

Bozeman [Mont.]: Montana State University, 1980.


Hungry Wolf, Adolf.

Railroad Camp.

Skookumchuck [British Columbia]: Canadian Caboose Press, 1992.


Hyde, John.

Wonderland; or, Alaska and the Inland Passage, by Lieut. Frederick Schwatka. With a description of the country traversed by the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Chicago [Ill.]: Rand, McNally, 1886.



The Pacific Northwest and Alaska: With a description of the country traversed by the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Chicago : Rand, McNally, 1888.


Interstate Commerce Commission.

See United States, Interstate Commerce Commission.


Irwin, Leonard Bertram.

Pacific Railways and Nationalism in the Canadian-American Northwest, 1845-1873.

New York: Greenwood Press, 1968.


Fahey, John.

Inland Empire. D.C. Corbin and Spokane.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington Press, 1965.


Forest Service.

See United States, Forest Service.


Jensen, Derrick, George Draffan, and John Osborn.

Railroads and Clearcuts; The Legacy of Congress’s 1864 Northern Pacific Railroad Land Grant.

Spokane [Wash.]: Inland Empire Public Lands Council, 1995.


Johansen, Dorothy O.

Capitalism on the Far Western Frontier: The Oregon Steam Navigation Company.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington, 1941.


----, and Charles M. Gates.

Empire of the Columbia: A History of the Pacific Northwest.

New York: Harper and Row, 1957.


Johnson, Edwin F.

Railroad to the Pacific, Its General Character, Relative Merits, Etc.

New York: Railroad Journal Job Printing, 1854.


Kennan, George F.

E. H. Harriman.

Freeport [N.J.]: Books for Libraries Press, 1969.


Klein, Maury L.

The Life and Legend of E. H. Harriman.

Chapel Hill [N.C.]: University of North Carolina Press, 2000.



The Life and Legend of Jay Gould.

Baltimore [Md.]: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.



Union Pacific, Birth of a Railroad; 1862-1893.

New York: Doubleday, 1987.



Union Pacific, The Rebirth; 1894-1969.

New York: Doubleday, 1989.


Kommers, McLaughlin and Leavengood.

Northern Pacific Railroad Depot, Livingston, Montana: Feasibility Study.

Livingston [Mont.]: Kommers, McLaughlin and Leavengood, 1982.


Kuebler, William R., Jr.

Northern Pacific Color Pictorial Volume Three.

La Mirada [Cal.]: Four Ways West, 1998.


Lewty, Peter J.

Across the Columbia Plain; Railroad Expansion in the Interior Northwest, 1885-1893.

Pullman [Wash.]: Washington State University Press, 1995.



To the Columbia Gateway; The Oregon Railway and the Northern Pacific, 1879-1884.

Pullman [Wash.]: Washington State University Press, 1987.


Macfarlane, Robert S.

Henry Villard and the Northern Pacific.

New York: Newcomen Society in North America, 1954.


Malone, Michael P.

James J. Hill; Empire Builder of the Northwest.

Norman [Okla.]: University Oklahoma Press, 1996.


Martin, Albro.

James J. Hill and the Opening of the Northwest.

New York: Oxford University Press, 1976.


Martin, Robert R.

The Inland Empire of the Pacific Northwest: A Regional Study.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington, 1935.


Mayr, Werner.

The Cinderella Tree.

Sand Point [Ida.]: Keokee Publishing, 1992.


McArthur, Lewis A.

Oregon Geographic Names.

Portland [Ore.]: Binfords and Mort, 1928.


McHenry, Edwin H.

Engineering Standards of the Northern Pacific Railway.

New York: Engineering News, 1899.


McLaughlin, Daniel.

Reminiscences of a Northern Pacific Veteran.

Pasco [Wash.]: Washington State Railroad Preservation Society, 1993.


McKenzie, William A.

Dining Car Line to the Pacific.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Minnesota Historical Society Press, [1990].


Meany, Edmond S., Jr.

The History of the Lumber Industry in the Pacific Northwest to 1917.

Cambridge [Mass.]: Harvard University, 1936.


Meinig, Donald W.

The Great Columbia Plain; A Historical Geography, 1805-1910.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington Press, 1968.


Meyer, Balthasar H.

A History of the Northern Securities Case.

New York: De Capo, 1972.


Mickelson, Sig.

The Northern Pacific Railroad and the Selling of the West.

Fargo [N.D.]: Center for Western Studies, n.d.


Mitchell, John H.

The Northern Pacific, and Portland, Salt Lake and South Pass Railroads: Speech of Hon. John H. Mitchell of Oregon in the Senate of the United States, December 7, 1877.

Washington [D.C.]: Government Printing Office, 1877.



In the Senate of the United States April 1, 1878 . . . Mr. Mitchell, from the Committee on railroads, submitted the following report: (to accompany bill S.238) . . . A bill to extend the time for the construction and completion of the Northern Pacific Railroad; and . . .to secure the construction of the Portland, Salt Lake and South Pass Railroad.

Washington [D.C.]: Government Printing Office, 1878.


Mohr, Nicolaus.

Excursion Through America.

Chicago [Ill.]: The Lakeside Press, 1973.


Montana Board of Railroad Commissioners.

Reports of Cases and Proceedings before the Board of Railroad Commissioners of the State of Montana.

Helena [Mont.]: Independent Publishing Co. [Annual]


Moody, John.

The Railroad Builders.

New Haven [Conn.]: Yale University Press, 1921.


Moses, Carl J.

The Washington State Railroad Commission, 1905-1911: A History.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington, 1984.


Myers, Rex C.

Gilmore and Pittsburgh, Northern Pacific Subsidiary, Union Pacific Tributary.

Colorado Rail Annual Number 15, Idaho-Montana Issue.

Golden [Col.]: Colorado State Railroad Museum, 1981.


Nesbit, Robert.

He Built Seattle; A Biography of Judge Thomas Burke.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington Press, 1961.



Judge Thomas Burke: Satrap to the Empire Builder. A Biography.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington, 1957.


Nielsen, Marvin.

Trains of the Twin Port, Photo Archive.

Hudson [Wisc.]: Iconografix, 1999.


Nolan, Edward W.

Northern Pacific Views; The Railroad Photography of F. Jay Haynes, 1876-1905.

Helena [Mont.]: Montana Historical Society Press, 1983.


Northern Pacific.

All About Fruit and Hop Raising, Dairying, and General Farming, Lumbering, Fishing, and Mining in Western Washington.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Northern Pacific, 1907.



Gold and Silver in the Coeur d'Alene Mines of Northern Idaho, reached by the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Northern Pacific, [19--?].



The Great Northwest: A Guidebook and Itinerary.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Riley Brothers, 1886.



A Marvel among cities! Spokane Falls: A western wonder whose whole history is comprised within eight years. Untold mineral and agricultural wealth gravitating toward that metropolis; her record of improvements and business for 1887 a most astonishing one; description of the marvelous water power which does not require engineering improvements.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Pioneer Press, 1888.



Northern Pacific Excursions: Yellowstone Park, Pacific Coast and Alaska.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Northern Pacific, 1886.



Northern Pacific Railroad: Its Route, Resources, Progress and Business: The new Northwest and its Great Thoroughfare.

Philadelphia [Penn.]: Jay Cooke, 1871.



Northern Pacific Railroad's Land Grant and the Future Business of the Road.

Philadelphia [Penn.]: Jay Cooke, 1870.



Northern Pacific Ticket Rates for Yellowstone Tours, 1899.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Northern Pacific, 1899.



Ocosta! The Ocean Terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad and Coast City of Washington and the Great Northwest, the Future City of Grays' Harbor and Commercial Metropolis of the Big Woods and the Pacific Coast.

Seattle [Wash.]: Shorey Book Store, 1967.



The Official Northern Pacific Railway Guide.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: W.C. Riley, various editions, 1891-1899.



Official List of Officers, Agents, Stations, Including Station Numbers, Class of Stations, Telegraph Calls, Freight Equipment, Joint Agencies, Track Scales, Auto Rams, Etc.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Northern Pacific [ca. 1909-1968].



Opportunities: Openings for Business Locations on the Line of the Northern Pacific Railway.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: C. W. Mott, [1909?].



Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders at their Annual Meeting.

New York: George W. Sackett, [1884-1893].



Settlers' Guide to Oregon and Washington Territory, and to the Lands of the Northern Pacific Railroad on the Pacific Slopes.

New York: Northern Pacific, 1872.


Oberholtzer, Ellis P.

Jay Cooke.

New York: Augustus M. Kelley, 1968.


Phillips, James W.

Washington State Place Names.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington Press, 1971.


Powers, Bill, and Pamela Jean Bancroft.

Architecture As Reuse.

Bozeman [Mont.]: Montana State University, [198-?].


Reed, J. Harvey.

Forty Years a Locomotive Engineer.

Prescott [Wash.]: Charles H. O'Neill, 1913.


Renz, Louis T.

The Construction of the Northern Pacific Main Line, 1870-1888.

Walla Walla [Wash.]: privately published, 1973.



The History of the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Fairfield [Wash.]: Ye Galleon Press, 1980.



Northern Pacific Railroad Data Tables.

Walla Walla [Wash.]: privately published, n.d.


Repp, Timothy O.

Main Streets of the Northwest, Vol. I.

Glendale [Cal.]: Trans-Anglo Books, 1989.


Reynolds, Dale, and William Thomas White, Editors.

Northern Pacific Railway Company Papers, Part 1, 1864-1922: Series A: Board of Directors' Minutes and Corporate Histories : Series B: Labor:, Series C: Settlement and Development.

Frederick [Maryland]: University Publications of America, 1985.


Riegel, Robert E.

The Story of the Western Railroads.

New York: Macmillan, 1926.


Riegger, Hal.

The Camas Prairie; Idaho's Railroad on Stilts.

Edmonds [Wash.]: Pacific Fast Mail, 1986.


Roberts, William Milnor.

Special Report of a Reconnaissance of the Route for the Northern Pacific Railroad between Lake Superior and Puget Sound, via the Columbia River, made in 1869, by W. Milnor Roberts, U.S. Civil Engineer, under the Direction of Messrs. Jay Cooke and Co., Bankers.

Philadelphia [Penn.]: Jay Cooke, 1869.


Salo, Sarah J.

Timber Concentration in the Pacific Northwest; With Special Reference to the Timber Holdings of the Southern Pacific Railroad, the Northern Pacific Railroad, and the Weyerhaeuser Timber Company.

New York: Columbia University, 1946.


Schrenk, Lorenz P., and Robert L. Frey.

Northern Pacific Classic Steam Era.

Mukilteo [Wash.]: Hundman Publishing, 1997.



Northern Pacific Diesel Era; 1945-1970.

San Marino [Cal.]: Golden West Books, 1988.



Northern Pacific Supersteam Era; 1925-1945.

San Marino [Cal.]: Golden West Books, 1985.


Schwantes, Carlos A.

Railroad Signatures Across the Pacific Northwest.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington Press, 1993.


Schwatka, Frederick.

Wonderland; Or Alaska and the Inland Passage.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Northern Pacific (various editions).


Shine, Joseph W.

Northern Pacific Color Pictorial, Volume One.

La Mirada [Cal.]: Four Ways West Publishing, 1994.



Northern Pacific Color Pictorial, Volume Two.

La Mirada [Cal.]: Four Ways West Publishing, 1996.


Smalley, Eugene V.

History of the Northern Pacific Railroad.

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1883.


Steele, George M.

Northern Pacific Railroad.

Boston [Mass.]: Lee and Shepard, 1870.


Stewart, Edgar L., Editor.

Penny-an-Acre Empire in the West.

Norman [Okla.]: University of Okahoma Press, 1968.


Stover, John F.

The Life and Decline of the American Railroad.

New York: Oxford University Press, 1970.


Stratton, David H., Editor.

Spokane and the Inland Empire.

Pullman [Wash.]: Washington State University Press, 1991.


Strauss, John F., Jr.

Northern Pacific Color Pictorial, Volume Four.

La Mirada [Cal.]: Four Ways West Publishing, 1999.


Sullivan, Todd.

Northern Pacific Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment.

Edison [N.J.]: Morning Sun Books, 1995.


Taber, Thomas T., III.

Guide to Railroad Historical Resources in the United States and Canada.

Muncy [Penn.]: privately published, 1993.


Taylor, Bill, and Jan Taylor.

The Butte Short Line; The Construction Era, 1888-1929.

Missoula [Mont.]: Pictorial Histories, 1998.



Rails to Gold and Silver; Lines to Montana’s Mining Camps, Volume I, 1883-1887.

Missoula [Mont.]: Pictorial Histories, 1999.


Trimble, William J.

The Mining Advanceinto the Inland Empire; A Comparative Study of the Beginnings of the Mining Industry in Idaho and Montana, Eastern Washington and Oregon, and the Southern Interior of British Columbia; and of Institutions and Laws based upon that Industry.

Madison [Wisc.]: University of Wisconsin, 1909.


United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Report in relation to an agreement made between Joseph Kay McCammon, Assistant Attorney General on behalf of the United States, and the Confederated Tribes of the Flathead, Kootenay, and upper Pend d'Oreilles Indians for the sale of a portion of their reservation in Montana for the use of the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Washington [D.C.]: Government Printing Office, 1883.


United States Interstate Commerce Commission.

City of Spokane, Spokane Chamber of Commerce, Spokane Jobbers' Association, and the county of Spokane, petitioners and complainants, vs. Northern Pacific Railway Company, Great Northern Railway Company, The Union Pacific Railway Company, Oregon Railroad and Navigation company, Spokane Falls and Northern Railway Company, defendants... Opening brief of petitioners and complainants. N.M. Stephens, attorney for the petitioners and complainants. J.M. Geraghty, corporation counsel of the city of Spokane. R.M. Barnhart, prosecuting attorney of Spokane County, for the county of Spokane.

Spokane [Wash.]: Shaw and Borden, printers, n.d.



No. 819. City of Spokane et.al. v. Northern Pacific Railway et.al., and Pacific Coast Jobbers' and Manufacturers' Association et.al., interveners. Supplemental brief for complainants. Brooks Adams, of Counsel for complainants. With analysis of the official financial documents relating to the Great Northern Railway system by F.O. Downes, esq., of the Boston Bar.

Boston [Mass.]:Getchell, 1907



Volume 25, Valuation Reports.

Washington [D.C.]: Government Printing Office, 1929.


United States Forest Service.

Northern Pacific Land Grants Parts 1-13 Inclusive.

Washington, [D.C.]: Government Printing Office, 1928.


Van Syckle, Edwin.

The River Pioneers: Early Days on Grays Harbor.

Seattle [Wash.]: Pacific Search Press, 1982.



They Tried to Cut It All: Grays Harbor, Turbulent Years of Greed and Greatness.

Seattle [Wash.]: Pacific Search Press, 1981.


Villard, Henry.

Early History of Transportation in Oregon.

Eugene [Ore.]: University of Oregon Press, 1944.



Memoirs of Henry Villard.

New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1904.


Villard, Katherine.

Villard: The Years of Fortune.

Little Rock [Ark.]: University of Arkansas, 1988.


Ward, James A.

That Man Haupt.

Baton Rouge [La.]: Louisiana Sate University Press, 1973.


Washington State Tax Commission.

In the Matter of the Reassessment of the Property of the Northern Pacific Railway Company for the Years of 1935 and 1936 Commissions Opinion and Order.

Olympia [Wash.]: Washington State Tax Commission, 1937.


Weinstein, Robert A.

Grays Harbor, 1885-1913.

New York: Penguin Books, 1978.


Wheeler, Olin D.

Indianland and Wonderland, ... A region of wonderful phenomena, reached by the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Saint Paul [Minn.]: Northern Pacific, 1894.


White, William Thomas.

A History of Railroad Workers in the Pacific Northwest, 1883-1933.

Seattle [Wash.]: University of Washington, 1981.


Wickre, John M.

Fishing for Fissures: Sources for the History of Rail Testing Cars, 1927-1960.

Columbus [Ohio]: ASNT, 1985.


Wilkeson, Samuel.

Notes on Puget Sound Being extracts from notes by Samuel Wilkeson of a reconnaissance of the proposed route of the Northern Pacific Railroad made in the summer of 1869.

Fairfield [Wash.]: Ye Galleon Press, 1994.


Williams, Richard.

Northern Pacific Railroad, speech of Hon. Richard Williams, of Oregon, in the House of Representatives, April 24, 1878.

Washington [D.C.]: n.p., 1878.


Windom, William.

The Northern Pacific Railway; Its effect upon the public credit, the public revenues, and the public debt. Speech of Hon. William Windom ... delivered in the House of representatives, January 5, 1869.

Washington [D.C.]: Gibson Brothers, 1869.


Wing, Warren W.

A Northwest Rail Pictorial.

Edmonds [Wash.]: Pacific Fast Mail, 1983.



A Northwest Rail Pictorial II.

Edmonds [Wash.]: Pacific Fast Mail, 1991.



A Northwest Rail Pictorial III.

Arlington [Wash.]: Oso Publications, 1999.


Winks, Robin W.

Frederick Billings: A Life.

New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.


Winser, Henry Jacob.

The Great Northwest; A Guidebook and Itinerary for the use of Tourists and Travellers over the Lines of the Northern Pacific Railroad, the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company and the Oregon and California Railroad.

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1883.


Wood, Charles.

Northern Pacific.

Seattle [Wash.]: Superior Publishing, 1968.


Wood, John V.

Railroads through the Coeur d'Alenes.

Caldwell [Ida.]: Caxton Printers, 1983.


Woodhouse, Phil, Daryl Jackson and Bill Peterson.

Everett and Monte Cristo Railway.

Arlington [Wash.]: Oso Publishing, 2000.


Wright, Elizur.

Northern Pacific Railroad, by a Friend of the Road, and an Enemy of Placing Stock, be it Cash or Water, “Where it will do the most good.”

Boston [Mass.]: Lee and Shepard, 1874.

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