Roadside History of Oregon

Travel through time, from Lewis and Clark's journey along the Columbia River to pioneer town-builders at the end of the Oregon Trail, from the tenders of lonely lighthouses off the storm-wracked coast to the Chinese miners working the depth ...

Roadside History of Oregon

Author: Bill Gulick

Publisher: Mountain Press

ISBN: 9780878422524

Page: 430

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Travel through time, from Lewis and Clark's journey along the Columbia River to pioneer town-builders at the end of the Oregon Trail, from the tenders of lonely lighthouses off the storm-wracked coast to the Chinese miners working the depth of Hells Canyo

The Deschutes Project

Bill Gulick , Roadside History of Oregon , ( Missoula , Mont .: Mountain Press
Publishing Co. , 1991 ) , 272-3 ; Thomas Vaughan , ( ed . ) , High & Mighty :
Select Sketches About the Deschutes Country , ( Portland , Ore .: Oregon
Historical ...

The Deschutes Project

Author: Robert Autobee

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History of Oregon 1886 88

Many an emigrant to Oregon first saw the light beneath a canvas tent on the
roadside.8 No difficulty occurred with the natives; the numbers present, and
recollections of chastisement a few years previous, by Captain Bennett Riley,
with his ...

History of Oregon  1886 88

Author: Hubert Howe Bancroft

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History of Oregon 1834 1848

Many an emigrant to Oregon first saw the light beneath a canvas tent on the
roadside . No difficulty occurred with the natives ; the numbers present , and
recollections of chastisement a few years previous , by Captain Bennett Riley ,
with his ...

History of Oregon      1834 1848

Author: Hubert Howe Bancroft

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Natural History of Oregon Coast Mammals

The subspecies occipitalis , the only subspecies found in western Oregon , was
first described from a specimen caught at Florence ... They also occupy human -
made habitats , such as reservoirs , roadside ditches , and irrigation ditches .

Natural History of Oregon Coast Mammals

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The Oregon Almanac

Roadside History of Oregon . Missoula , Mont . : Mountain Press Publishing Co . ,
1991 . Harris , Stephen L . Fire & Ice : The Cascade Volcanoes , revised edition .
Seattle , Wash . : Pacific Search Press , 1980 . Hastings , Lansford W . The ...

The Oregon Almanac

Author: Andrea Jarvela

Publisher: Westwinds Press

ISBN: 9781558684720

Page: 240

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NETSTATE provides basic facts about Oregon. These facts include the state capital, total area, highest and lowest points in the state, etc. NETSTATE offers this and other information for each state. NETSTATE is located in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.

Oregon Historical Quarterly

Do we want these millions of new tourists to learn Oregon history from roadside
rock museums, simulated street gunfights and reenactments of famous events
that never happened? Would we not rather introduce these future millions, young
 ...

Oregon Historical Quarterly

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Roadside History of Idaho

It served Oregon Trail wagons and freighters hauling goods from the railroad at
Kelton , Utah , to the Boise Basin mines . ... Trail pioneers used Three Island
Crossing beginning about 1840 , and the state park commemorates this bit of
history .

Roadside History of Idaho

Author: Betty B. Derig

Publisher: Mountain Press

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Page: 362

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You'll feel like you've got a native guide at hand as this book transports you to Idaho's historic sites through well-researched, well-told stories and vivid historical photographs.

Oregon s Coast

Friedman , Ralph In Search of Western Oregon Caldwell , ID : The Caxton
Printers , LTD , 1990 Gousha , H . M . Pacific Northwest Road Atlas and Visitor ' s
Guide New York : Simon and Schuster , 1992 Gulick , Bill Roadside History of
Oregon ...

Oregon s Coast

Author: David Gabbe

Publisher: Johnston Assocs International

ISBN: 9781881409007

Page: 192

View: 640

The Insiders Guide to Bend and Central Oregon

The Deschutes Historical Society and the Bend Chamber of Commerce have
teamed up to produce Heritage Walk — a ... People sick- Anger toward Meek ran
high, and a group Keep a copy of The Roadside History of Oregon by HISTORY *
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The Insiders  Guide to Bend and Central Oregon

Author: James A. Vuskavitch

Publisher: Insiders' Guide (NC)

ISBN: 9781573800730

Page: 458

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A passion for the outdoors brings many to Bend. Nestled along the east side of the Cascade Mountains and on the banks of the beautiful Deschutes River, Bend is noted for its invigorating climate perfect for fly-fishing, hiking, biking, kayaking, golfing, skiing -- the list is endless! But Bend and the surrounding towns of La Pine, Redmond and Sisters also boast unique galleries, quaint bed and breakfasts, outdoor eateries and enchanting boutiques. This all-inclusive guide is the ideal traveling companion to discover the most sought-after venues as well as the best places to escape and enjoy the scenery.

Pioneer Days of Oregon History

Many others who were in this immigration were to take prominent part in the
pioneer history of Oregon and leave ... but the number increased for all that ; for
at times mothers had tents pitched we by the roadside as their children were born
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Pioneer Days of Oregon History

Author: Samuel Asahel Clarke

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Fighting for Paradise

Along U . S . 95 , near mile post 60 , is a State of Oregon historical roadside
marker providing detail on the Bannock ' s raid in the area . From Burns Junction ,
take Oregon 78 to the northwest . At Crane , a road heads north , which would
have ...

Fighting for Paradise

Author: Kurt R. Nelson

Publisher: Westholme Pub Llc

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Page: 308

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Beginning with the earliest recorded accounts of wars among the American Indians, Nelson describes early European contact, including British trappers of the Hudson Bay Company, whose fur trading led to the Pig War, and the long bitter battles between whites and American Indians.

History of Oregon

A lurking savage seemed to be concealed in every roadside bush . Palmer now
sought to persuade his superiors in the indian bureau of the expediency of
assembling the discontented natives of Western and Southern Oregon on a few ...

History of Oregon

Author: Charles Henry Carey

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