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Roseburg, Oregon and Vicinity: Some Settlers circa 1850 - 1900 By Dennis Weber, Michael Weber
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These are stories of immigrants to Roseburg, Oregon from about 1850 to 1900. Namely, two German brothers immigrated to Roseburg, married local women, and started a large extended family that... More > includes some Oregon pioneers. Included are many stories of their immigration and lives around Roseburg.< Less
Roseburg, Oregon and Vicinity: Some Settlers circa 1850 - 1900 By Dennis Weber, Michael Weber
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These are stories of immigrants to Roseburg, Oregon from about 1850 to 1900. Namely, two German brothers immigrated to Roseburg, married local women, and started a large extended family that... More > includes some Oregon pioneers. Included are many stories of their immigration and lives around Roseburg.< Less
Oregon Dream By John Adams
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Ted Stone is an EMT with the Richmond, Virginia, fire department in 2001. His girlfriend is Abby and his partner is Beth. In his dreams, he is Theodore Stone traveling from Missouri to Oregon in... More > 1866 along the famous Oregon Trail while pretending to be a doctor. His traveling companion is Abigail and his mid-wife assistant is Elizabeth. His two worlds collide as events in one century begin to parallel events in the other century, and Ted must decide which century he prefers to live. With the exception of the main characters, the book is an historically accurate account of life on the Oregon Trail as settlers migrated to the West Coast following the Civil War. Persons, places, and events are factual. So are the issues of slavery, race, and women's rights.< Less
In the Shadow of Sandwalker By C. A. Lindsay
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White Feather, the child of Native American Sandwalker and renegade Navy Captain Henry Whitney, rejects her prearranged marriage in the Oregon Territory tribe to find her father’s culture in... More > pre-Civil War New York City. Using her birth name, Marissa Whitney, she discovers the evil within the human spirit as she rides the Oregon trail from the west to the east. Near Fort Laramie, Wyoming, she meets cavalry Captain William Harbison, and the encounter changes her life. Surviving cold, heat, thirst, hunger, stalking, and a brutal assault, she arrives in New York City and connects with her powerful Whitney heritage. Living in the shadow of her mother, Sandwalker, Marissa confronts social barriers and injustices associated with settlers, Indians, New York society, a corrupt politician, street orphans, and the impact of the Civil War. Catapulted to the pinnacles of wealth and power, her indomitable spirit is set free to love in spite of hate and to have hope instead of despair.< Less
BUCKRUN By Mona Peppard Jensen
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BUCKRUN: A mysterious saga of the Great Northwest. From early Oregon settlers to the present, follow two families down the years and their connection to the majestic forest above them.
Buckrun: A Mysterious Novel of the Great Northwest By Mona Peppard Jensen
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Long before Oregon became a territory, folks in the valley were proud of their ancestors who were the first settlers. A century later, their descendants were intrigued and curious about a long ago... More > unsolved mystery that connected the valley to the majestic forest high in the hills above them. Two families live near the entrance to the primitive, towering trees. A boy from one family and a girl from the other venture into the dense forest where they share a glorious secret they dare not reveal to others. Then came a day in the forest when an incident involving the two young people caused a shocking upheaval in the lives of both families. The turmoil escalated into bitterness, deceit and terrible crimes that went undetected far too long. The light of truth brought forth remarkable changes in their lives that they would never have dreamed possible. You will discover the true meaning of family ties that lead to an amazing ending you are not likely to forget.< Less
A Pictorial Early History of the Wood River Valley By Sandra Hofferber
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A brief overview of the history of the Wood River Valley in Idaho for those who are visiting or school groups studying it for the first time. Profiles of early settlers, First Nations, Chinese,... More > missionaries, living conditions, occupations, early resorts, mining, sheep ranching, Blaine County, Alturas County, Oregon Trail, homesteading, Ketchum, Hailey, Bellevue, Oral Histories, Maps, brochures, scrapbooks, photographs, newspapers, Martyn Mallory, Eugene Antz, Union Pacific, Edith Ellis Hyde, Dot Allen, Lucile Friedman, Jack Lane, Charlotte Rice, Julian Newman, Mary Brown, Ester Price Fairman, Annie I Miller, Harris, timeline, indexed,< Less
Explore the Wild West! with 25 Great Projects By Anita Yasuda
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Illustrated by Alex Joon Kim. Explore the Wild West! invites young readers ages 6–9 to experience the spirit of the Wild West. Kids learn about explorers who mapped the American West, Native... More > Americans, gold miners, cowboy culture, cattle drives, Wild West legends, frontier towns, peacekeepers, lawbreakers, and much more. Through projects ranging from making a settler’s soddie to mining for gold, kids develop a better understanding of the rich history of the Wild West in the 1800s. Ages 6-9 Guided Reading Level: Q< Less