The Oregon Historical Quarterly, Volume 8

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Oregon Historical Society., 1907 - Northwest, Pacific
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Page 426 - of interest. (Presented by Mrs. Eva Emery Dye, Oregon City.) General Circular, A, to all Persons of Good Moral Character, who wish to Emigrate to the Oregon Territory, embracing some account of the character and advantages of the country; the Right and the Means
Page 294 - and the Great Spirit will help us both. You are now free to cut and use all the wood you may wish. You can make all your improvements, and live on any part of our land not actually occupied by us. Because one
Page 88 - with special index, 904 pp. Public Buildings under the Control of the Treasury Department, (Exclusive of Marine Hospitals and Quarantine Stations), History of. December 24, 1900. Illus. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1901. Boyal 8vo, 648 pp. Library of Congress, Division of Manuscripts. A Calendar of
Page 151 - the Treasury of the united States, to defray the expenses of the Legislative Assembly, the printing of the laws, and other incidental expenses.
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Page 426 - Kelley, Agent. By order of the American Society for Encouraging the Settlement of the Oregon Territory. Instituted in Boston, AD 1820. Charlestown: Printed by William W. Wheildon. RP &
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Page 303 - Mandans, Minnatarees, Assiniboins, and other Indians, who either reside or range on the territory east, north, and west of that point. A post at, or near, the head of navigation on the Missouri, would control the Blackfoot Indians, protect our traders, enable us to remove those of the British companies from our territory, and
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Page 59 - the Treaties of Utrecht and of Paris, in 1763. "When we know that all the formalities deemed necessary in the possession of a newly discovered country have been complied with on the part of the United States; that, in the year 1785-6, an establishment was made at the mouth of the Columbia river, by Mr. Hendricks,

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