How Anti-Catholic Propaganda, Racism, and One Man's Paranoid Obsessions Helped Form Oregon's Founding Myths

Henry Spalding was a sometimes missionary regarded by many as a lunatic. His lies about a frontier killing helped shape a new state.

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The Amazing Tale of Fergus Hume and William Freeman; or, the Critic’s Comeuppance

Part the First: The Ambitious Young Author Despite having produced more than one hundred and thirty mystery novels between...