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Oregon spectator index, 1846-1854

Oregon spectator index, 1846-1854

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Published by [s.n.] in [Portland?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newspapers -- Indexes.,
  • Indexes.

  • Edition Notes

    Reproduced from type-written copy.

    Statementprepared by W.P.A. Newspaper Index Project ; sponsored by city of Portland, Oregon Historical Society.
    ContributionsNewspaper Index Project (Or.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAI21 .O7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6436344M
    LC Control Number42015385
    OCLC/WorldCa14876039


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Yarnes DD p] "Soon after his arrival in Oregon, Wilbur was appointed to the Oregon Institute, now Willamette University, and he ascended the Willamette River in a small boat. The first day   Oregon Spectator Index, GEN OREGON Volume I: A to J, inclusive; Volume II: K to Z, inclusive Subject Index of Early Idaho Newspapers [microform] NW MICRO SUBJECT A subject index of several important Idaho territorial newspapers, plus some newspapers in Oregon, Washington and :// to   The Oregon boundary dispute or the Oregon Question was a territorial dispute over the political division of the Pacific Northwest of North America between several nations that had competing territorial and commercial aspirations over the region.

Expansionist competition into the region began in the 18th century, with participants including the Russian Empire, the United Kingdom, Spain and the Oregon spectator index, () Portland, Oregon, its history and builders () in connection with the antecedent explorations, discoveries, and movements of the pioneers that selected the site for the great city of the Pacific.

Curry came to Oregon City in and edited the Oregon Spectator for a year before founding the Free Press in His political career began with the provisional legislature and continued with several territorial appointments including his service as secretary of the territory from to Janu Clackamas County, Oregon was created on J as one of the original four districts of the Oregon Country.

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Clackamas County Cities and Towns include Portland (partial   [Oregon Spectator Newspaper Index] “In the death of David J. Schnebly a veteran newspaper man--the oldest in the northwest--passed away.

When he conducted the Oregon City Spectator inHenry Pittock of the Oregonian applied to him for work and he was even then a vigorous editor and a successful newspaper Oregon Spectator Index (Two Volumes) by W. Newspaper Index Project. Portland, OR: Oregon Historical Society, Softcover.

Very Good. /2 x 11 Softcover; pp; Minor creasing to covers, slight wear to spine ends, pages clean & tight, VG- condition. Complete index to the newspaper, the Oregon Spectator, from 1 Oregon s first widely publicized murder trial is now brought to life. InNimrod O Kelly was one of the first settlers to stake a claim in the Willamette Valley, and in a property boundary dispute inthe elderly recluse freely admitted shooting Jeremiah Mahoney to  › Books › History › Americas.

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Newspapers. Daily Oregonian (Portland, Oregon) Oregon Spectator index, Directories. Pendleton and Salem, Oregon City Directories. Town, City and County   In he started to Oregon, arriving at Oregon City August 30th. After leaving the Spectator he bought about eighty pounds of type from the Catholic missionaries and determined to start an opposition paper.

It was difficult for Mr. Curry to decide upon a name, and he sought advice from Peter G. Stewart, a personal :// 3.

Newspaper indexes. New York times index () ; New York Daily Tribune Index () ; Palmer's Index to the Times (London) () ; Index to the Oregon spectator () 4. Periodical indexes with full text ://   Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) Official compilation of rules and regulations having the force of law in Oregon.

Oregon Blue Book The official state almanac and directory. Search Archival Records Online Searchable online archive of public records.

Records Management Get help with training, review retention schedules and access storage ://   The history of Oregon, a U.S. state, may be considered in five eras: geologic history, inhabitation by native peoples, early exploration by Europeans (primarily fur traders), settlement by pioneers, and modern development.

The term "Oregon" may refer to. Oregon Country, a large region explored by Americans and the British (and generally known to Canadians as the Columbia District);   Expand your research by checking out the Oregon Online Historical Directories here.

Unsure of which county your city, town or village is a part. Check out RootsWeb's Town/County Locator here. Titles shown for are available through a regular U.S. or world subscription, but they are NOT available through Ancestry's Library ://   Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 25/Oregonian History Writers and Their Materials.

From Wikisource Oregon legislature. Contemporary newspaper narratives are indispensable sources. For example, the extant copies of the "Oregon Spectator,"the "Oregon Statesman,"the "Oregon Argus,"the "Oregon Weekly Times,"   The Oregon Historical Records Index includes entries compiled by examining records held by the Oregon State Archives.

The spelling of surnames and other information reflects the original records. Hints for Searching the Index.

This index is the effort of   MATTOON, Abel (): m'd LEWIS, Sarah Mariah; s/o Philip and Betsy Mattoon; travelled with wife and five children John Prentiss, Malinda, Oliver Perry, William Henry, Rosilla Mabel, and Orilla A.

"Most of the 9 grown children of Philip and Betsy Mattoon came in with families. Biographical material on the eldest indicates they left from Lagrange County, Indiana, on 10 March   The more remote in Oregon affairs has been given in my History of the Northwest Coast, which is indeed a part of the History of Oregon, as elsewhere explained.

The later volumes deal with events which occurred within the memory of men now living; they are wrought out from yet more original sources, a large proportion of the facts herein presented never having before appeared in ://(Bancroft)/Volume_1.

Oregon City, Oct. 1, Many of the members of this train settled near Silverton in Marion County. He was a blacksmith and a rancher. According to Oregon Biographical Index Card he started the first blacksmith shop (probably Marysville/Corvallis) and was in the Black Hawk War.

_____ > Notes taken from Oregon Bible Records p (most of it   Media in category " in Oregon" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total. Oregon Spectator Ap (cropped).png 1, × ; 1, KB   The Spectator, Volume 1 Eighteenth-Century Periodical Essays (English) (as Author) The Spectator, Volume 2.

(English) (as Author) The Spectator, Volumes 1, 2 and 3 With Translations and Index for the Series (English) (as Author) The Tatler, Volume 1 (English) (as Author) The Tatler, Volume 2 (English) (as Author) The Tatler, Volume 3 (English   Others who aided in various ways are David Foulkes, for many years mechanical superintendent of the Oregonian; William A.

Bowes, former secretary of Multnomah Typographical Union No. 58; Arthur Brock, old-time member of the union; Claire Warner Churchill; Robert C. Hall and S. Paasche of the University of Oregon Press; M. Douglass, University of Oregon librarian; helpful   George Law Curry (* 2. Juli in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; † Juli in Portland, Oregon) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker und von bis Frühe Jahre  Aufstieg in Oregon  Politische Laufbahn  Weiterer Lebenslauf   In the midst of the enthusiasm of this report, Colonel T'Vault was chosen editor of the Oregon Spectator, the first newspaper published west of the Rocky Mountains, and amid general rejoicing, in February,the initial number was run off the new Hoe hand press that had arrived from New York around "the Horn.",_Oregon:_Its_History_and_Builders/Volume_1/.

Oregon Spectator (w,sm). Oregon City, Oregon. Ellis has February 5, – J (incomplete). Note: Frequency varies: semi-monthly – August, ?g=&p= 2 days ago  Weekly magazine featuring the best British journalists, authors, critics and cartoonists, since   The Territory of Washington was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from March 2,until Novemwhen the territory was admitted to the Union as the State of was created from the portion of the Oregon Territory north of the lower Columbia River and north of the 46th parallel east of the ://   The Donner Party (sometimes called the Donner–Reed Party) was a group of American pioneers who migrated to California in a wagon train from the d by a series of mishaps, they spent the winter of – snowbound in the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

Some of the migrants resorted to cannibalism to survive, eating the bodies of those who had succumbed to   "CURRY, GEORGE LBorn in, in ; came to Oregon inand soon after became editor of the Oregon Spectator, the earliest and then only newspaper of the Northwest.

In President Pierce appointed him Governor of the Territory, and he held that position until the organization of the State government in   Oregon City, Oregon (NYPL b).tiff 7, × 5,; MB Oregon City, Oregon street scene showing businesses, horse drawn wagons and bicycle on the left, circa (AL+CA ).jpg × ; 65 KB:Oregon_City,_Oregon.

Indexes issued in cover the Oregonian, Oregon Journal, Willamette Week, and Business Journal. Newspaper Indexes: A Location and Subject Guide for Researchers: (AI3.M5) Oregon Newspapers on Microfilm: (ZO7 O71) Oregon Spectator (Indexes) (AIO7) Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature (AI3.R4)?g=&p=.