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Articles About Tualatins: Cedar Mill News

These are articles written about my presentations, or that I wrote, and had published in the Cedar Mill News. Cedar Mill is a small town between Beaverton and Portland, in the Portland Hills. 52 more words

Encroachment of Americans into Brush Creek Valley

The following contains sections of an essay in the 1903 Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society, that lays out some important narratives of the Santiam and Calapooia Indians in the late 1840s. 1,443 more words

The Spirit of Colonization of Indian Country: Vista House and American Nationalism

On June 7th, 1918 the state of Oregon dedicated the Vista House built between 1916 and 1918, at the crest of Crown Point overlooking the Columbia River. 1,832 more words

Alexander Phimister Proctor in Oregon

Alexander Phimister Proctor (1860-1950), is born in Canada and becomes one of the most famed American sculptors of his time. He worked extensively in the American West and especially in Oregon. 1,790 more words

Robert Shortess On the Columbia

Robert Shortess was an early pioneer settler and Indian agent on the Columbia River. He arrives in Oregon about 1840 as part of the Peoria Party, works for a time as a mill worker with the Applegate family and later settles in Astoria. 1,499 more words