US States/Oregon/History

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The History of Oregon[edit | edit source]

  1. Timeline
  2. Indigenous cultures and people
  3. Early exploration
  4. Discovery of the Columbia
  5. Jacob Astor and Astoria
  6. Early pioneers and settlers
  7. The Astoria Military Road
  8. Willamette Falls and the Dalles
  9. John McLoughlin and Fort Vancouver
  10. Joseph Gale and the trip to California
  11. Land surveys, Wagon roads, and first towns
  12. The Land Donation Acts
  13. Formation of the provisional government
  14. Joseph Meek, the first Sherriff
  15. Forest Grove and Stumptown
  16. Out with the furs and in with the firs
  17. Salmon, Wapiti, and Wapato
  18. Marcus Whitman
  19. Joseph Lane and statehood
  20. The Oregon Trail and California Gold Rush
  21. Poor relations with the natives
  22. Oregon Land Frauds
  23. Railroads and Timber
  24. The time of Electric Trolleys
  25. The First World War
  26. The Great Depression
  27. The Tillamook Burn
  28. Log Trucks, Buses, and Chainsaws
  29. The Pacific and Wolf Creek Highways
  30. City of Bridges


Books about the History of Oregon[edit | edit source]


Historical Maps of Oregon[edit | edit source]


Timelines[edit | edit source]


Learning Resources[edit | edit source]


Museums and Archives[edit | edit source]


Historical Sites, Towns, and Building of Oregon[edit | edit source]


Readings[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia[edit | edit source]