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Butte post office was on the east border of the county line a little south of
Wagontire Mountain. The office was established Dec. 21, 1911, with Jo- siah E.
Pope first postmaster. This was at the time that many dry farmers and
homesteaders were ...
377, Green Peter Bald Peter Butte, p. 40, Bald Peter Bald Peter Creek, p. 40, Bald
Peter Bald Point, p. 438, Indian Beach Ballsville, p. 41, Ballston Banner Valley, p.
47, Barren Valley Barings River, p. 741, Sandy River Barlow, Camp, p. 122 ...
825, Tenmile Rapids Lewis Butte, p. 505, Lewis Rock Lewis River, p. 780, Snake
River Lexington, p. 773, Skipanon River Lexington, p. 885, Warrenton Lincoln, p.
422, Hoquarten Slough Lincoln, Camp, p. 128, Camp Lineoln Linkville, p. 476 ...
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This edition of a well-known Northwest reference work marks an improvement in and expansion on earlier editions. The first editions of this title were compiled by the current editor's father, Lewis A ... Read full review
A great reference for Oregon, if you are looking for historical information like:
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Oregon Historical Society
Oregon Pioneer Association
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United States Board of Geographic Names
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United States Coast and Geodetic Survey
United States Army Corps of Engineers
United States Forest Service
United States Geological Survey