Diary and correspondence of Captain Parish Barhydt Johnson, Western newspaper publisher, covering a trip from Wilmington,
California to Tucson, Arizona during his time in the United States Army, as well as newspaper matters.
Parish B. Johnson, a Western newspaper publisher, became a member of the general committee which controlled the Walla Walla
Union when it was founded in 1868. He assumed full editorship of the paper from 1876-1890.
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