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Twenty Ten 2010 By Cyndi Easterly
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Photographs of scenic views and interesting buildings in Salem, Oregon by Cyndi Easterly
Reuben Cameron By William Shambaugh
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A western thriller. Reuben Cameron came down out of the mountains and rode into Independence, Missouri just to look around. There were twenty-five wagons of emigrants waiting to head out on the... More > Oregon Trail. And out near the South Pass Karl Crabtree, a mean, miserable man had eighty-five riders he was using to rob wagon trains as they came through. The emigrants needed a trail guide. Reuben Cameron was that man. They faced cholera. They had to get past Fort Kearney and Fort Laramie. And Karl Crabtree before they could reach the Willamette Valley.< Less
Reuben Cameron By William Shambaugh
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Reuben Cameron came down out of the mountains and rode into Independence, Missouri, just to look around. In front of him in Elm Grove was twenty-five wagons of emigrants waiting to head out on the... More > Oregon Trail. There were farmers, shoe salesmen, store clerks, carpenters, and not one of them with any idea of what they were going to go through. They were running late and would have trouble beating the snow around the South Pass. And near there Karl Crabtree, a mean, miserable man with eight-five riders, was robbing the wagon trains as they came through.They needed a trail guide. Joyce Graham, sitting on a wagon as Reuben rode through the grove, wearing a striking blue dress, asked Reuben if he knew how to get to Oregon. He said, “I know how to get to Oregon but I’m not going.” The next day he was. Reuben sent word to his brother, Morgan, to meet him at Fort Kearney. Reuben could get the emigrants over the Rockies. Only Morgan Cameron could get them past Karl Crabtree.< Less
Whispers From The Rae Room By Roy Widing
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Whispers From The Rae Room was selected as a 'Top Ten' non-fiction finalist at the 2007 Pacific Northwest Writer's Association book awards. Whispers from The Rae Room begins with the accidental... More > discovery of a mysterious Oregon tomb opened only once a year. Inside are two enormous marble sarcophagi, side-by-side for more than half a century. The deceased man is George Rae, a wealthy timber baron who emigrates from Scotland. Rae is historically significant because in 1890, he co-founds one of North America’s most successful businesses, the Inman-Poulsen Lumber Company. The firm goes on to establish a world record for lumber production. Whispers From The Rae Room chronicles a fascinating search for details about the shadowy life of the man in the tomb and the scandalous aftermath upon his death. Please visit www.RaeRoom.com for more information.< Less
Whispers From The Rae Room By Roy Widing
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Whispers From The Rae Room was selected as a 'Top Ten' non-fiction finalist at the 2007 Pacific Northwest Writer's Association book awards. Whispers from The Rae Room begins with the accidental... More > discovery of a mysterious Oregon tomb opened only once a year. Inside are two enormous marble sarcophagi, side-by-side for more than half a century. The deceased man is George Rae, a wealthy timber baron who emigrates from Scotland. Rae is historically significant because in 1890, he co-founds one of North America’s most successful businesses, the Inman-Poulsen Lumber Company. The firm goes on to establish a world record for lumber production. Whispers From The Rae Room chronicles a fascinating search for details about the shadowy life of the man in the tomb and the scandalous aftermath upon his death. Please visit www.RaeRoom.com for more information.< Less
My Spirit Sings By Betty McCauley
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In “My Spirit Sings,” Betty McCauley shares haiku based on the natural history of Oregon’s Willamette Valley and the world beyond. Her poems reflect Northwest seasons from the... More > Cascade Mountains to Pacific beaches. The spirit of the haiku is represented in black and white photographs by Jane Thomas, Mary Bucy, Brendan Bucy, and Tom McCauley. Designed by Mary Bucy and Jane Thomas.< Less
My Spirit Sings By Betty McCauley
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In “My Spirit Sings,” Betty McCauley shares haiku based on the natural history of Oregon’s Willamette Valley and the world beyond. Her poems reflect Northwest seasons from the... More > Cascade Mountains to Pacific beaches. The spirit of the haiku is represented in black and white photographs by Jane Thomas, Mary Bucy, Brendan Bucy, and Tom McCauley. Designed by Mary Bucy and Jane Thomas.< Less
A Marvelous Paranoia By Terry Simons
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Terry Simons is a Pacific Northwest writer through and through. This is a story that takes the reader from his emotionally scarred childhood in a small logging community in Oregon's Willamette... More > Valley, through college and into a stint as a community-organizing activist in New England, with sideline jaunts to San Francisco and Europe. A Marvelous Paranoia is a tough tale told well, with the sort of honesty and courageous humor with which only a true writer can fairly be said to have arrived. For anyone interested in what a real writer faces when he really faces himself, especially a writer who was present during a the 70s and 80s Portland literary scene, this is a most worthwhile read. K. C. Bacon< Less
The Green Man of Portland # 1 By Daniel Duford
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The Green Man of Portland tells a cross-generational story about people affected by the Green Man of Portland. Whenever the archer hits someone, her vision changes. An aura of flowers grows from the... More > heads of passersby. Suddenly a building called “The Greenwood” is visible where there was no building before. A giant tree larger than any buildings in town towers over the city. On certain nights, a great white celestial stag is spied in the skies over Portland. The Green Man’s arrows pierce the secret history of Portland. The stories range from the earliest tribes in the Willamette Valley to contemporary Portland, Oregon. The Green Man’s arrows touch each character, changing their lives. The ensemble cast affects each other throughout the ages in peripheral ways.< Less
Henkle Heritage Cookbook By Linda Seiler
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The 100th Henkle Family Reunion Cookbook Collection, 2009. This Henkle Family collective of family favorites has been gathered by the many descendants of those first Henkles that came across the... More > plains on the Oregon Trail. Our ancestors left Cincinnati, Appanoose County, Iowa on the 4 day of April, 1853 to find a new home in the wilds of the great Willamette Valley before Oregon became a state. They brought their vast family and homesteaded in Benton County on the South Fork of Mary's River in the foothills of Mary's Peak. This magnificent family grew and prospered and still gathers each year to pay homage to those great pioneers that gave so much of themselves to insure a future for all of us yet to come. This cookbook is a tribute to them. All proceeds will be donated to the Henkle Reunion Committee, Oregon Branch.< Less

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