3 edition of The official gazette and travelers" and immigrants" guide to Oregon and Washington Territory found in the catalog.
The official gazette and travelers" and immigrants" guide to Oregon and Washington Territory
Doran H. Stearns
|Statement||comp. and pub. by D.H. Stearns ... October 1st, 1877.|
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 511, no. 5122.|
|LC Classifications||F874 .S7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||87767223|
The first paper in Oregon south of Salem was the Umpqua Weekly Gazette, a five-column folio, the printed page being 11⅞ × 18 inches, issued at Scottsburg, Umpqua County, Oregon Territory, Ap —devoted to literature, agriculture, mining news, general intelligence, etc. The printing office was in Harris's new building, corner of Main and Yoncalla streets. The Immigration of Excerpted from "The History of Oregon, Vol. I: " By Hubert Howe Bancroft Published by The History Company, San Francisco, "The Immigration of " is one chapter of Bancroft's two-volume history of the settlement of Oregon Territory, and its .
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Joseph Meek and nine others carried the petition to Washington D.C. in the spring of and President Polk signed the Organic Act creating the Oregon Territory on August Joseph Lane, appointed to be the first governor of the new territory, traveled overland to the new capital of Oregon City and was inaugurated March 3, Great Travel Bloggers with Oregon and Washington Travel Tips When I began to plan a summer vacation road trip through Oregon and Washington a couple of years ago, I wanted first-hand accounts (i.e. blogs) about the areas I’d be visiting.
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Official gazette and travelers' and immigrants' guide to Oregon and Washington Territory. Portland, Or.: G.H. Himes' Steam Printing Establishment, (DLC)rc Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File:.
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An estima settlers came to Oregon between and Most made the journey over the 2, mile Oregon Trail, which stretched from Independence, Missouri to western Oregon. The trip took 6 to 8 months and many immigrants arrived with their resources exhausted. Full text of "Washington Territory and the far Northwest: Oregon, Idaho and Montana.A guide for the capitalist, tourist, sportsman, prospector and home-seeker" See other formats Class Book COPYRIGHT DEPOSl'J [ ^ - — 1 Washington Territory THE FAR NORTHWEST.
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