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Oregon Gold By Linda Perry
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A novice gold prospector shares his story of becoming an Oregon gold prospector. And one of these experiences you do not want to have: being shot at! Many Oregon photos for you to enjoy.
A Summer of Gold By James Carter
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The true story of two teenage boys who explore the mountains of Southern Oregon looking for the Port Orford Meteorite and discover gold at the bottom of a waterfall. This is an account of their... More > trials and tribulations of getting to the bottom of the pool under the waterfall.< Less
The Gold Seekers of '49: A Personal Narrative of the Overland Trail & Adventures in California & Oregon From 1849-1854 By Kimball Webster
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This intriguing first-hand narrative details the travels of a New England native who headed Westward during the California Gold Rush of the mid-1850s.
Shorty's Not So Lost Mines and Treasures of Southern Oregon By Steve "Shorty" Owen
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A book of old mines and lost treasures of Southern Oregon. More than 300 pages of stories, pictures, GPS coordinates, mapping coordinates, and reference guide to more than 3000 mines and quarries in... More > 5 southern Oregon counties.< Less
Fall in PDX By Flickr folk from Portland, Oregon
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Ah yes, the gold and crimson leaves that carpet the town, the crisp chill in the air, the morning fog, the occasional monsoon-like deluge... any wonder why Autumn in Portland is a much anticipated... More > season for local photographers? A challenge was put to Portland Flickrites: Can you capture the essence of Autumn in Portland with just two photographs? Our guess is that after you flip through this book your conclusion will be a resounding 'Yes!' All of the photographs in this book were captured between September 27th and November 30th, 2006 and taken in the greater Portland Metro Area. The photographs were deliberately put in color shift order - black & white to blue to green to yellow to red - from night to morning to day to sunset, just as how the leaves change in fall.< Less
Fall in PDX By Flickr folk from Portland, Oregon
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Ah yes, the gold and crimson leaves that carpet the town, the crisp chill in the air, the morning fog, the occasional monsoon-like deluge... any wonder why Autumn in Portland is a much anticipated... More > season for local photographers? A challenge was put to Portland Flickrites: Can you capture the essence of Autumn in Portland with just two photographs? Our guess is that after you flip through this book your conclusion will be a resounding 'Yes!' All of the photographs in this book were captured between September 27th and November 30th, 2006 and taken in the greater Portland Metro Area. The photographs were deliberately put in color shift order - black & white to blue to green to yellow to red - from night to morning to day to sunset, just as how the leaves change in fall.< Less
The Oregon Trail: The Journey Across the Country from Lewis and Clark to the Transcontinental Railroad By Karen Bush Gibson
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If you travel across certain parts of the United States, you can still see wagon wheel ruts where people crossed the West in search of opportunity and better lives more than 200 years ago! The Oregon... More > Trail: The Journey Across the Country from Lewis and Clark to the Transcontinental Railroad offers readers ages 9 to 12 a fascinating look at the explorers and settlers who traveled this route during the westward expansion of the United States. Delve into the explorations of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and other explorers in this fun, fact-filled American history book for kids! Learn about the more than half a million people who followed the Oregon Trail during the nineteenth century. What challenges did these pioneers face on the 2,170-mile journey? How were Native American tribes and nations affected by this mass migration?< Less
The Columbia By Samuel Christopher Lancaster
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America's Great highway through the Cascade Mountains to the sea. With twenty-six plates and other illustrations. CONTENTS: Formation of the Cascades and Sierra Nevada Ranges -- Formation of the... More > Columbia River and the Gorge -- Early Life in the Columbia River Basin -- The Fur Traders -- Early Missionaries -- Life at Fort Vancouver -- The Struggle to Posses the Land -- Transportation on the Columbia -- The Columbia River Highway -- The Bees-Wax Ship -- Whitman Massacre -- Flatheads -- Indians and River Called Multnomah -- Indian Beads and Mediums of Exchange -- Coinage of Gold into Beaver Money -- Chief Joseph of the Nez Pierce.< Less
Journey of Discovery By Julie Longwell
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This is a sequel to Journey of Friendship, Casey and Julie's adventure overland on the Oregon Trail. Not only do the friends learn about mining gold, but they find themselves enmeshed in a mystery... More > of disappearances. Fearful for Casey's kin who registered claims along Deer Creek, the women take on the responsibility of solving the disappearances. However, true to their nature, they end up in trouble themselves. On this journey, Casey and Julie meet up with a friend they'd met along the Oregon Trail. They also make new friends in California, like the eccentric theater owner, the town sheriff, his rascally deputies, and some rowdy miners.< Less
FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND: The Godfrey Story By MICHAEL L. GODFREY
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Follow the electrifying footprints of my family through 400 years of American history. The scope and vision of the Godfrey family, is one of maritime history, fortune seeking and western expansion.... More > With an aura of mystique, they were visionaries and dreamers. From high seas adventure, to colonial settlement, slave trading, pioneer exploration, to Civil War heroics, mountain climbing, Forty-Niner's Gold Rush, famous Indian fighters to establishing educational and church policy, the Godfrey legacy is varied, robust and compelling. Their incredible story; unsanitized, tainted with blemishes, scars and harsh realities of life, is revealed for the first time. This book may appeal to family researchers, genealogists, historical societies and libraries.< Less