The Lewis and Clark Journal, volume 3 issue 1 from January 1905. The journal was produced in promotion of the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition held in Portland, Oregon in 1905. It featured articles, poetry, and illustrations related to planning the fair as well as highlighting the region for tourism and commerce. This issue includes articles on tribal representatives of the "Filipinos, Tinguanes, Bogaboes, Igorottes and Moros" who would live on the grounds as part of fair exhibits, as well as an announcement that Portland would be home for the 1905 International Anti-Cigarette League convention.
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