Title:Charles M. Bradshaw dictation and manuscripts on Washington territorial history, circa 1887
Hubert Howe Bancroft collection
Creator/Contributor:Bradshaw, Charles M., 1831-, creator
Creator/Contributor:New Dungeness Vigilance Committee
The dictation (3 leaves) describes Bradshaw's emigration to Portland, 1852, and thence to Puget Sound; admission to the Washington
bar; political career as sheriff, justice of the peace, legislative representative, prosecuting attorney, and mayor of Port
Townsend; and his association with the New Dungeness Vigilance Committee. A supplemental narrative (17 leaves) concerns the
vigilance committee and Bradshaw's opposition to it, 1864-1866. Volume 2 is a History of Jefferson and Clallam Counties written
by Bradshaw (172 leaves, A. Ms., 22 cm.). Some pages were missing when the Ms. came into Bancroft's hands.
Bradshaw, Charles M -- 1831- -- Archives
Vigilance committees -- Washington (State)
Lawyers -- Washington (State)
Mayors -- Washington (State) -- Port Townsend
Washington (State) -- Politics and government
Jefferson County (Wash.)
Clallam County (Wash.)
Puget Sound (Wash.)
Also available on microfilm.
Charles M. Bradshaw dictation and manuscripts on Washington territorial history, BANC MSS P-B 70, The Bancroft Library, University
of California, Berkeley.
Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection.
partial microfilm reel (198 exposures) : negative (Rich. 107:10) and positive.
BANC MSS P-B 65-74 FILM
BANC MSS P-B 70 v.1
BANC MSS P-B 70 v.2