The Oregon Almanac

Author: Andrea Jarvela
Publisher: Westwinds Press
ISBN: 9781558684720
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Packed to the gills with information and trivia, this almanac is the perfect reference for those interested in the regional history, natural geography, economy, and people of Oregon. Illustrations & photos. 12 maps.

Title Varies 1856 1862 Oregon And Washington Almanac

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RAILROADS IN OREGON. During the past year two lines of Railroad havo been
projected in Orogon. The Oregon Contral Railroad (East side), running from
Portland along the east bank of the Willamette river to Eugene City, in Lane
county, a distance of one hundred and twenty-five miles. This line designs to
traverse throngh Clackamas, Marion, Linn, Benton, and Lane countics. The
Oregon Central Railroad (West side) contemplates starting from Portland and
running along the west ...

The Lawyer S Almanac

Author: Aspen Publishers
Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online
ISBN: 1454811765
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Oregon State Bar Minimum Continuing Legal Education Rules and Regulations (
As amended efi'ective June 6, 2012) Purpose It is of primary importance to the
members of the bar and to the public that attorneys continue their legal education
after admission to the bar. Continuing legal education assists Oregon lawyers in
maintaining and improving their competence and skills and in meeting their
obligations to the profession. These Rules establish the minimum requirements
for ...

Pacific Boating Almanac 2004

Author: Peter L. Griffes
Publisher: ProStar Publications
ISBN: 9781577855002
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Within the text is information about U.S. coastal piloting, tide and current tables, electronics, maps and charts, weather, navigation, and first aid.

The Tribune Almanac

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Decidedly the clearest and best account we have seen of the Oregon Boundary
controversy is given in the following article from the Edinburgh Review of July last
. So lucid, so candid,' so truthful is it, that the British newspaper press (the London
Times especially) denounce it as a-yirtuai; surrender of all in dispute that is
material — as in truth it is. The boundary proposed hy the Review is that
proposed and urged by our Government at, different times, but always rejected by
Great Britain.

The Whig Almanac And United States Register For

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No. 547. III. American State Papers. Presented at different times to Congress in
1826, 1828, and 1838. IV. Travels in the Oregon Territory. By T. J. FARNHAM, 2
vols. 8vo. London : 1843. V. The Oregon Territory. By John DUNN. 8vo. London:
1844. VI. On the Discovery of the Mississippi, and the South-Western Oregon,
and North-western Boundary of the United States. By T. FALconFR. 8vo. London:
1844. VII. The History of Oregon and California. By R. GREENHow. 8vo. London:

The Original Private Investigator S Handbook And Almanac

Author: Joseph Travers
ISBN: 1257076345
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Net Web site: The Oregon Association of Licensed
Investigators, Inc., was founded in 1983 and is the oldest and largest
organization of licensed private investigators in the state. The Oregon
Association of Licensed Investigators, Inc., is the state of Oregon's premier
investigation organization. OALI is not only the oldest, but also the largest with
paid membership. OALI is chartered by the State of Oregon as a domestic
Nonprofit Corporation. Its business year is July ...

Women S Almanac 2002

Author: Doris Weatherford
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781573565103
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Oregon. Oregon is one of just four states that have elected women as both
governor and U.S. senator. Spanish explorers visited the area in the 1540s, but
the first overland journey was the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1805. Native
American SACAGAWEA led the expedition but did not go all the way to the
Pacific. Few Americans are aware of the woman who did: on a 3,500-mile trek to
Astoria in 1811, Marie Dorian of the Iowa tribe interpreted Native American
languages, gave birth ...