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Fifty years in Oregon: experiences, observations, and commentaries upon men ... - Page 72
by Theodore Thurston Geer - 1912 - 536 pages
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The life and public services of Dr. Lewis F. Linn: for ten years a senator ...

Elizabeth A. Linn, Mrs. Relfe Linn, Nathan Sargent - 1857 - 441 pages
...been the pledge of our safety. Our interests are identified with those of the country of our adoption. We flatter ourselves that we are the germ of a great...early tone to the moral and intellectual character of its citizens. We are fully aware, too, that the destinies of our posterity will be intimately affected...
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The life and public services of Dr. Lewis F. Linn: for ten years a senator ...

Elizabeth A. Relfe Linn, Mrs. Relfe Linn, Nathan Sargent - 1857 - 441 pages
...been the pledge of our safety. Our interests are identified with those of the country of our adoption. We flatter ourselves that we are the germ of a great...early tone to the moral and intellectual character of its citizens. We are fully aware, too, that the destinies of our posterity will be intimately affected...
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Missionary History of the Pacific Northwest: Containing the Wonderful Story ...

Harvey Kimball Hines - Frontier and pioneer life - 1899 - 510 pages
...been the pledge of our safety. Our interests are identical with those of the country of our adoption. We flatter ourselves that we are the germ of a great...early tone to the moral and intellectual character of its citizens. We are fully aware, too, that the destines of our posterity wilf be intimately affected...
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The Pacific Slope and Alaska

Joseph Schafer - Alaska - 1904 - 442 pages
...the North. "Our interests," said the memorialists, "are identified with the country of our adoption. We flatter ourselves that we are the germ of a great...early tone to the moral and intellectual character of its citizens. . . . The country must populate. The Congress of the United States must say by whom....
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The Conquerors: Historical Sketches of the American Settlement of the Oregon ...

A. Atwood - Frontier and pioneer life - 1907 - 316 pages
...been the pledge of our safety. Our interests are identical with those of the country of our adoption. We flatter ourselves that we are the germ of a great...early tone to the moral and intellectual character of its citizens. We are fully aware, too, that the destinies of our posterity will be intimately affected...
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The Centennial History of Oregon, 1811-1912, Volume 1

Joseph Gaston - Oregon - 1912
...memorial."1 As that memorial was important historically and otherwise, the following paragraph is copied: "We are anxious when we imagine what will be, what...the moral and intellectual character of our citizens the destinies of our posterity will be intimately affected by the character of those who immigrate....
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The Oregon Historical Quarterly, Volume 7

Northwest, Pacific - 1906
...States. "Our interests," said these petitioners in Oregon, " are identical with those of our own country. We flatter ourselves that we are the germ of a great...early tone to the moral and intellectual character of its citizens. We are fully aware, too, that the destinies of our posterity will be deeply affected...
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The Washington Historical Quarterly, Volumes 1-2

Northwest, Pacific - 1906
...States. "Our interests," said these petitioners in Oregon, "are identical with those of our own country. We flatter ourselves that we are the germ of a great...early tone to the moral and intellectual character of its citizens. We are fully aware, too, that the destinies of. our posterity will be deeply affected...
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The Washington Historical Quarterly

Edmond S. Meany, The Washington University State Historical Society, The University of Washington, c.s. kingston, c.t. johnson, charles d. tenney, clarence b. bagley, h.b. mcelroy, w.p. bonney, dan e. clark, melvin c. jacobs, edward mcmahon, edmond s. meany, charles w. smith, edward s. meany, frederick jackson turner, george w. soliday, grorge b. rigg, john e. smith, o.b. sperlin, pacific northwest quarterly, t.n. bowman, victor j. farrar, w. d. lyman - Northwest, Pacific - 1914
...States. "Our interests/' said these petitioners in Oregon, "are identical with those of our own country. We flatter ourselves that we are the germ of a great...early tone to the moral and intellectual character of its citizens. We are fully aware, too, that the destinies of our posterity will be deeply affected...
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The Washington Historical Quarterly, Volume 1

Northwest, Pacific - 1906
...States. "Our interests," said these petitioners in Oregon, "are identical with those of our own country. We flatter ourselves that we are the germ of a great...early tone to the moral and intellectual character of its citizens. We are fully aware, too, that the destinies of our posterity will be deeply affected...
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