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Sandwich Islands ceded to Great Britain | Thurlow, First Baron, biography of, 247.
through Vancouver, 14.

Thurlow's Island named, 247.
San Juan County, 3.

Tonquin, destruction of, by Indians, 48.
San Lorenzo, former name of Nootka Townshend, Marquis, biography of, 95.
Sound, 23.

Tragedy on ship Boston, 40.
Santa Rosalia, former name of Mount Trees observed, 118.

Olympus, 29.
Savary's Island named, 215.

United States Coast Survey, 2, 3.
Scotch-Fir Point named, 202.
Scot's Island, 301.

Valdes, Cayetano, 38.
Sea Otter Harbor, 26.

Vancouver, Captain George, I, 2, 3,
Shoalwater Bay discovered, 29.

biography of, 7, 25.
Smith Inlet, 26, 283.

Vancouver, John, 7.
“Some Body Knows What," 13. Vashon, Captain James, biography of,
Spaniards met by Vancouver, 206.

145.
Spaniards seize British ships and crews Vashon Island named, 145.
at Nootka, 32.

Virgin Rocks, 284.
Spanish Armament, the, 10.

Visit to Maquinna at Tahsheis, 314.
Spanish names, temporary, 38.
Spanish occupation of Nootka, 36. Warm Spring discovered, 274.
Stephens, Sir Philip, biography of, 270. Washington, George, 2, 10.
Stewart, John, extracts from the sailor's Washington Sound, 2, 3.
log, 15.

Washington, Territory of, 2.
Straits of Juan de Fuca, 67.

Wells's Passage named, 272.
Strange, James, 26.

Whidbey, Joseph, 86; biography of, 178.
Strawberry Bay named, 174.

Whidbey's Island named, 178.
Sturgeon Bank named, 208.

White slaves among the Indians, 29.

Willapa Harbor, new name of Shoal-
Tatootch, Chief, 29.,

water Bay, 29.
Texada Island, 206.

Wilson, George, biography of, 174.
Thompson, John, enslaved by Indians
at Nootka, 42.

Yankee bargain with the Indians, 34.

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