Oregon: End of The Trail: End of the Trail

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Somerset Publishers, Inc., Jan 1, 1940 - History - 549 pages
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During the Great Depression of the 1930s thousands of writers were hired by the Works Project Administration to create hundreds of guidebooks on all of the states in the U.S. These volumes that were produced became known as theAmerican Guide Series. This series has been described as the biggest, fastest and most original research job in the history of the world.No library collection in Oregon would be complete without a copy of Oregon: End of The Trail.
 

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Contents

NATURAL SETTING
9
INDIANs
33
HISTORY e
52
INDUSTRY COMMERCE AND LABOR
60
TRANSPORTATION
66
RACIAL ELEMENTS
75
TALL TALES AND LEGENDs
81
SPORTs AND RECREATION
95
ID
306
ToUR 2C SalemRickreallDallasJunction with State 18 State 22
344
ToUR 2G DrainElktonReedsport State 38
351
TOUR 2I Grants PassCalifornia Line US 199 258
363
Maryhill Wash Biggs Jnct RedmondBendKlamath
387
Wallula Wash PendletonJohn DayBurnsLakeview
395
ToUR 5A BurnsCraneFollyfarmFieldsDenio State 78 and
428
ToUR 5B BurnsFrench GlenBlitzenFields State 78 and 205 43 I
435

EDUCATION
102
RELIGION
118
NEWSPAPERS AND RADIO
135
ARCHITECTURE I4 I
141
ASTORIA
149
CORVALLIS
158
EUGENE
177
MEDFORD
191
PENDLETON
200
PORTLAND
206
SALEM
228
ToUR
290
OntarioValeJohn DayRedmondSistersSpringfield
442
TOUR 6A CairoJordan ValleyRome State 201
458
WaleBurnsBendSistersAlbany State 54
464
ToUR 7A Little Nash Crater Junction Detroit Stayton Salem
475
Junction with State 8Wolf CreekElsieNecanicum Junc
484
TOUR IOA Junction US 99WGrand RondeJunction US 101 State 18
492
CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK
502
NATIONAL FORESTs
511
Appendices
519
A SELECT READING LIST
529
INDEx
536
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