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Oregon, End of the Trail

By: Writers' Program. Oregon

...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE TRAIL Title: OREGON END OF THE TRAIL Author: CHARLES A. SPRAGUE Language: English Subje... ...NDEPENDENT SIDE TOURS * B C U S ROUTE NUMBERS @ STATE ROUTE NUMBERS [2Ol] OREGON End of the Trail OREGON END OF THE TRAIL Compiled by Workers of the... ...f the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Oregon AMERICAN GUIDE SERIES ILLUSTRATED BY THE PACIFIC Sponsored by the Or... ...rd of Control BINFORDS & MORT : Publishers : PORTLAND COPYRIGHT, I94O, BY OREGON STATE BOARD OF CONTROL * * * PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA... ...eam-driven mill, with a circular saw, was built in Portland in 1850, while teams of oxen were busy hauling logs down skidroads which are now Portland ... ...ere pushed from the river banks into the dense forest. Over these the bull teams, driven by swaggering bullwhackers, hauled the big butts to water, wh... ...ntraptions. However, horse-seining is still done on the lower river, where teams, neck deep in water, pull in nets filled with struggling fish. The an... ...ir exploits long before logging became important in Oregon, tales of "bull teams" continue to circu- late. A bull-whacker for a logging company near K... ...lt in 1910-11, is used for .the activities of the R.O.T.C. and of the polo teams. At the northwest corner is a tablet memorializing Major General Ulys...

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Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, September 2002; Volume 15, Issue 9 : Team Software Process: Team Software Process

By: Dr. Bill Hefley, Jeff Schwalb, Lisa Pracchia, Robert Musson, David R. Webb, Dr. Carlos Montes de Oca, Dr. Miguel A. Serrano, Gregory P. Fulton, Dr. Ioana Rus, Dr. Carolyn Seaman, Dr. Mikael Lindvall, Dr. Victor Basili, Dr. Barry Boehm, Jim Mchale, Noopur Davis, Paul J. Solomon

... How the TSP Impacts the T op Line The model in this article shows how the Team Software Process reduced costs to find and fix defects, and provided s... ... organization’s balance sheet. by Robert Musson All the Right Behavior The Team Software Process can help teams effectively use earned value technique... ...scribes how one company’s management personnel applied techniques from the Team Software Process to effectively run its organization. by Dr. Carlos Mo... ...Barry Boehm TSP: Process Costs and Benefits This article demonstrates that Team Software Process overhead is readily quantified and justified by publi... ...rnal of Defense Software Engineering September 2002 4 5 9 12 17 22 25 26 T Team eam Softwar Software e Pr Process ocess CrossTalk Article Submissions:... ...ations.T he Eighth International Conference on Software Quality. Portland, Oregon. 13-14 Oct. 1998. September 24-27 Software T est Automation Fall Con...

...m Support Activity successfully prepared for a Capability Maturity Model Level 2 appraisal in just 14 months; the model in this article shows how the Team Software Process reduced costs to find and fix defects, and provided savings that positively affect an organization's balance sheet; the Team Software Process can help teams effectively use earned value techniques to ref...

...nd Updates: 2002 U.S. Government's Top 5 Quality Software Projects. Nominations have begun for your organization to enter to become a Top 5 winner -- Team Software Process: AV-8B's Experiences Using the TSP to Accelerate SW-CMM Adoption; by Dr. Bill Hefley, Jeff Schwalb, and Lisa Pracchia. Here's how the AV-8B Joint System Support Activity successfully prepared for a Capab...

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Oregon

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... own wings) State song(s): "Oregon My Oregon" ... ... Demonym Oregonian Capital ... ... Before statehood Oregon Territory Admission t... ... Website .gov.oregonwww Oregon... ... Oregon is home to two major professional sports teams: the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA and the Portland Timbers of ML... ...S.[125] Until 2011, the only major professional sports team in Oregon was the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball As... .... From the 1970s to the 1990s, the Blazers were one of the most successful teams in the NBA in terms of both win-loss record and attendance. In the ea... ...f both win-loss record and attendance. In the early 21st century, the team's popularity declined due to personnel and financial issues, but reviv... ...t west of downtown Portland. The Timbers have a strong following, with the team regularly selling out its games.[129] The Timbers repurposed the forme...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 3

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...ORGE YOUNG Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. III Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREG... ...... ...ER, 1902 EDITED BY FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG W. H. LEEDS, STATE PRINTER SALEM, OREGON \ \o\. \ V CONTENTS. SUBJECT INDEX. PAGE Across the Continent Seven... ...e Far West, The. Hiram Martin Chittenden. (Reviewed) - 260-270 Archives of Oregon, The. F. G. Young 371-389 Astoria Taken Possession of by Captain Jam... ...rlow said. "You are young, stout, .and resolute; so come right along.' The teams were in fine condition, hopes were buoyant, and "On, on," were the wa... ... and went on. The east side of the Cascades is but slightly timbered ; our teams passed around and under the pine and hemlock trees with ease, but on ... ...tensils and seed for sowing, and as many horses as I chose to break in for teams. I took the seed and implements by boat, getting help up the Willamet... ...portunity to return home immediately, Doctor McLoughlin offered me seed, a team, and farming utensils. I came to this place and com- menced farming un... ...sioned officers, some women and children, with guides, agents, helpers and teamsters a large number. There were one hundred and sixty-one wagons in th...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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Biography of Rev. G. H. Atkinson : Journal of Sea Voyage to Oregon in 1848, And Selected

By: Myron Eells

.... G. H. ATKINSON, D. D. K·ITH ILLUSTRATIO .. VS. JOURNAL OF SEA VOY AGE TO OREGON IN 1848, AND SELECTED ADDRESSES AND PRINTED ARTICLES, AND A PA... ... by REV. MYRON EELLS. D. D. Com piled i'y NANCY BATES ATKINSON PORTLAND, OREGON: F. W. BALTES ASD CO.\\PANY. PRINTERS. 18CH • To the Cause of... ...oseph E. Roy, D. D. - The Character and results of Dr. Atkin­ son'. Work in Oregon, by Rev. S. H. Willey, D. D. - Tribute to the Memory of Dr. Atkins... ...'S NARRATI\TE. The Sandwich Islands- Charming Scenery - Terrible News from Oregon - Reception by Missionaries - Tropical Fruits - Services :at the ... ...s of the gold mines in Cali­ fornia had roused the pioneers to harness their teams, and break their road over the trackless mountains of Southern Or... ... to find the best ford, and at last heard him order the one hundred or more teams and wagons to be chained together and driven in one long line to f... ... sickness and death. \Vhen men were stricken, how bravely they drove on the teams, prepared the meals, and cared for the little ones. Hard and slow ... ... woman's courage was this, to be left behind with the children, the broken team, and small food supply! But they did not shrink from the burden. T... ... aroused them as the storni raises the wa ,"es of the sea. They yoked their teams and started over the hitherto impassable mountains. Guides failed ...

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Oregon Quarterly

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...ng 2010 issue of Oregon Quarterly The Oregon Quarterly is an American magazine published by the University of Ore... ...y is an American magazine published by the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. According to the website: O... ... Oregon Quarterly is the magazine of the University of Oregon. Four times a year, we present the diversity of ideas and people ass... ... present the diversity of ideas and people associated with the University, Oregon, and the Northwest. Just as the University of Oregon is a state and ... ... Baseball team Men... ... Men's basketball team Foo... ... Football team Tra... ... Track and field team Ath... ... Baseball team Men...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 15

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

... VOLUME XV MARCH, 1914 DECEMBER, 1914 Edited by FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG (V Portland, Oregon The Ivy Press 1914 [i] T TABLE OFCONTENTS SUBJECTS Page AL... ... BLOCK HOUSE, GRAND RONDE MILITARY, ADDRESS AT DEDICATION OF, AT DAYTON CITY PARK, OREGON, AUGUST 23, 1912 By M. C. George 64-70 CHAMPOEG, MARION COUN... ... 23, 1912 By M. C. George 64-70 CHAMPOEG, MARION COUNTY, THE FIRST GRAIN MARKET IN OREGON By John Minto 283-284 CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, DELEGATES T... ...ET IN OREGON By John Minto 283-284 CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, DELEGATES TO THE, OF OREGON, AUGUST 17-SEPTEMBER 18, 1857 By George H. Himes 217-218 FRE... ...at "River of the West," the Columbia. Other members of this notable party were two teamsters, whose names are not known, and the two Indian lads, Rich... ...y 200 wagons, with over 1000 Americans arrived upon the plains of the Columbia. Ox teams were mostly used, averaging about six yoke to the team. Sever... ... a Presbyterian colony and purchased our outfit for crossing the continent with ox teams and wagons. Our company consisted of about sixty persons and ... ...dear life," to get out of the way. Fortunately no accident occurred to my wagon or team, and I am disposed to attribute the credit of it all to the wi... ...Mr. James McMillan visited him from Rocky Mt. House, on the Saskatchewan, with dog teams and sleds, bringing more trading goods and carrying back as m...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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Life on the Plains of the Pacific : Oregon : Its History, Condition and Prospects Containing a Description of the Geography, Climate and Productions : With Personal Adventures Among the Indians during a Residence of the Author on the Plains Bordering the Pacific While Connected with the Oregon Mission : Embracing Extended Notes of a Voyage Around the World

By: Hines, Gustavus, 1809-1873

...*— '*' V --ij -' S''-T"''™^X«^**'^il»»« LIFE ON THE PLAINS OF THE PACIFIC. OREGON: an ;> 1 < HISTORY, CONDITION AND PROSPECTS oomjjima a DKacatmam or ... ...is the principal merit to which the work is entitled. The " History of the Oregon Mission, " to which the first chapter of the work is devoted, has be... ...d the Journal of the late Cjtus Shepherd, the firsj^ missionary teacher in Oregon. This pirt, the author flatters himself, will supply the Christian p... ..., the Pacific, and the Indian Oeeans; Braiil, Chili, the Sandwich Islands, Oregon, China, the Spantsh Islands, and even Africa herself, have all been ... ...rs of the book ^re devoted exclusively to the Geography and History of Ihe Oregon Territory. From a residence ef several years in Oregon, connected wh... ... mmfmiftw''' 12S TOUR TO VANCOUVER. On Friday, according to arrangement, a team was sent to meet me at tiie Butte to receive the goods, and a horse to...

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Oregon Files

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...he franchise. The books follow the mysterious "Corporation" and its leader Juan Cabrillo. The "Oregon Files" come from the name of the ship on which t... ...illo. The "Oregon Files" come from the name of the ship on which the Corporation is based, the Oregon. The ship's name is based on the current State U... ...f New York Maritime College training ship the TS Empire State VI. Its original name was the SS Oregon. Conte... ... 3 Characters 3.1 Corporation Team (Operatives) ... ...5 External links Books The crew of the Oregon first appeared in Flood Tide. The main Oregon Fi... ... Piranah (2015) Overview The Oregon is a high tech ship owned by a private secret se... ...ation (as of Book 3 formerly Security and Surveillance) Corporation Team (Operatives) George '... ... Marion MacDougall Lawless III ("MacD") - General Operations (Joined the team in The Jungle) Antagoni...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 13

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...re Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. XIII Author: FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Language... ... XIII MARCH, 1912-DECEMBER, 1912 Edited by FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Portland, Oregon The Ivy Presi 1912 [I] TABLE OF CONTENTS ASTORIANS, THE TRAIL OF TH... ...87-296 BRITISH AND AMERICAN SUBJECTS, How UNITE IN A COMMON GOVERNMENT FOR OREGON TERRITORY IN 1844 By Robert Carlton Clark 140-159 CALHOUN, JOHN C, A... ... JOHN, CHANGE OF ATTITUDE ON THE WHITMAN LEGEND By Leslie M. Scott 160-174 OREGON, A GLIMPSE INTO PREHISTORIC By Ellen Condon McCornack 3-13 OREGON PR... ...te, cutter and all went over into the gutter. The old gent stopped his big team to assist his royal highness in getting out of his self-made unpleasan... ...six weeks he came back to Indiana. We were soon on the road, as we had our teams and wagons all ready ; three yokes of oxen to one wagon and a good sp... ...nd by the rock and get on top of it, then overtake the 256 WILLIAM BARLOW teams before time to camp. It was then about ten o'clock. We moved on at a ... ... to camp. It was then about ten o'clock. We moved on at a good rate for ox teams, and we just got opposite the rock at camping time. Some of the men w... ...he bank of the Big Platte River to cool off. He stayed there until all the teams had passed. The loose stock was just com- ing up some distance behind...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, Communicating, In Compliance with the Resolution of the Senate of the 2D Instant, Information in Relation to the Early Labors of the Missionaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in Oregon, Commencing in 1836

By: United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.

...ISSIONARIES OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS IN OREGON, COMMENCING IN 1836. -yx."^- Office aP X^ai^Yx -at^o ^ WASHINGTON: G... ...issionaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in Oregon, commencing in eighteen hundred and thirty-six." Attest : Charles G.... ...issionaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in Oregon, commencing in 1836.' February 9, 1871.—Referred to the Committee on... ...sion- aries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in Oregon, commencing in 1836," I have the honor to transmit herewith a coj)y ... ..." for us greenhorns. They were old trap- pers with fresh horses, while our teams were already .jaded. And I said—I was ter- ribly sick, you know — 'we... ...ith those of 1840. In 1842 con- siderable emigration moved forward with ox teams and wagons, but on reaching Fort Hall the same story was told them an... ...and wagons, but on reaching Fort Hall the same story was told them and the teams were sacrificed, and the emigrant families reached Dr. Whitman's stat... ...e representations from Washington that every attempt to take wagons and ox teams through the Rocky and Blue Mountains to theColumbia had failed. Dr. W... ...ust be going mad, from their repeated fruitless attempts to takewagons and teams through the impassable regions of the Columbia, and that the women an...

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1993 Oregon Ducks football team

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 9

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...re Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. IX Author: FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Language: ... ... VOLUME IX MARCH 1908-DECEMBER 1908 EDITED BY FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG SALEM, OREGON WILLIS S. DUNIWAY, STATE PRINTER 1908 CONTENTS. SUBJECT INDEX. PAGR... ...Long 179-188 Baker, Edward Dickinson. By William D. Fenton 1-28 Capital of Oregon, Contests Over. By Walter C. Winslow 178-178 Columbia River Improvem... ...Improvement and the Pacific Northwest. By F. G. Young ---. 79-94 Monopoly, Oregon's First The Oregon Steam Navigation Company. By Irene Lincoln Popple... ...ilroad Survey, Subscription List for 305-807 REVIEWS. Meeker, Ezra, The Ox Team, or the Old Oregon Trail, 1852-1906. By F. G. Young 184-187 Kate O. Mc... ...rovement and the Pacific North- west 79-94 Review of Ezra Meeker's "The Ox Team, or the Oregon Trail, 1852-1906" 184-187 Review of Kate O. McBeth's "T... ...fton railroad station. The mill-irons were brought across the plains by ox team in 1843, with the pur- pose of cutting lumber for export. Mr. H. H. Hu... ...r.ly a year erecting the mill, and had begun to cut without the aid of any team. (I assisted in taking the first yoke of oxen from Oregon City to the ... ...n boxes with dry moss to prevent movement, as they were hauled by six-mule teams to Yreka mining camps, in California the Seckel pears bringing $4.00 ...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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The Disam Journal of International Security Assistance Management

By: Department of Defense

...luding the International Maritime Officers School, along with the training teams that visit over fifty countries, impacting 2,500 students each year. ... ...ibute to the cause with Reinvention Initiatives and the Integrated Process Teams that help set those initiatives in motion. If logistics or acquisit... ..., Defense Security Cooperation Agency “Business Process Integrated Process Team Reports Successful Results” . . . . . . . . .82 Tom H. Caudill, Air Fo... ...ustomer Requirements: DISAM Offers Tailored on-Sites and Mobile Education Teams” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... ...ial adversaries around the world. The Coast Guard deploys mobile training teams, trains foreign officers, and sponsors personnel liaison programs tha... ...usiness. In some cases they can even become what Congressman Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) has called “. . . just bizarre . . .,” referring to an offset agree...

...g the Coast Guard’s CONUS international courses, numbering over 400 and including the International Maritime Officers School, along with the training teams that visit over fifty countries, impacting 2,500 students each year....

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1992 Oregon Ducks football team

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 21

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...0 DECEMBER, 1920 Edited by i FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG ^ The Ivy Press \ Portland, Oregon TABLE OF CONTENTS SUBJECTS OF PAPERS Page CARVER, JONATHAN, T... ...TS SUBJECTS OF PAPERS Page CARVER, JONATHAN, THE STRANGE CASE OF, AND THE NAME OREGON By T. C. Elliott 341-368 IDAHO, DAVID THOMPSON AND BEGINNINGS IN... ...8 IDAHO, DAVID THOMPSON AND BEGINNINGS IN By T. C. Elliott 49-61 METHODISTS IN OREGON, EDUCATIONAL PLANS AND EFFORTS BY, IN OREGON, TO 1860 By Read Ba... ...D EFFORTS BY, IN OREGON, TO 1860 By Read Bain 63-94 NORMAL SCHOOLS, HISTORY OF OREGON By John C. Almack 95-169 OREGON ITS MEANING, ORIGIN AND APPLICAT... ...mack 95-169 OREGON ITS MEANING, ORIGIN AND APPLICATION By John E. Rees 317-331 OREGON COUNTRY, THE EARLY EXPLORATIONS AND THE ORIGIN OF THE NAME OF TH... ...sons and grandchildren who had preceded her. She crossed the plains with an ox-team, coming into Oregon by that ill-fated Southern route and suffering... ...50 ["Settled" written across] 49.50 262 F. G. YOUNG Do to howling 1J day with team 23d July Craig Dr to E Young Estate To 1 Lass Rope 2.00 [Dollar si... ...ie, furnishes upon the farm, the necessary agricultural tools, with sufficient teams of Horses or mules for the ploughing or carting ; for the conside...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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Defense at & L Magazine : May-June 2004: May-June 2004

By: Judith M. Greig

...l Air Traffic Management (GATM)-Compliant Managing a Product Development Team: Part II Fast-Track Armaments for Iraq and Afghanistan A P OF THE... ... signature. Faxed signatures or e-mail are not ac­ ceptable. 32 Help! My Team Won’t Accept Empower ment! Lt. Col. Martin Tillman, USA Many orga... ...gness to give up enough authority. 36 Managing a Product Development Team: Part II Larry Barrett, Ken Lehtonen Part II continues discussion ... ...proach __17 Sixteenth Annual International Defense Educa Leading Project Teams Course __________________25 Berkson Designated Acting Senior Officia... ...Office (PEO) Soldier at Fort Belvoir, Va., <https://peosoldier.army.mil>. Team Sol- dier’s mission focuses directly on the soldier as the central co... ... 00680 (large business) • Benchmade Knife Company, 300 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City, Ore. 97045 (small disadvantaged busi­ ness) Innovative Busine...

...Table of Contents: Alford, L. D. ; First in Fleet: KC-135 Global Air -- Barrett, Larry ; Managing a Product Development Team: Part II -- Brown, Susan ; Catch? What Catch? -- Devine, Michael P. ; Fast-Track Armaments for Iraq-Afghanistan -- Gadeken, Owen C. ; The Ideal Program Manager -- Hunter, Bob ; Focusing On Customer Success -- Lamartin, G...

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1991 Oregon Ducks football team

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 12

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...re Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. XII Author: FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Language:... ...E XII MARCH. 1911-DECEMBER. 1911 Edited by FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Portland, Oregon ThelvyPrew 1911 TABLE OF CONTENTS SUBJECTS PAGES Astor, John Jacob,... ...ohn Jacob, Some Important Results from the Expeditions of, to and from the Oregon Country. By Frederick V. Holman 206*219 Astoria, A Hero of Old. By E... ...olman 206*219 Astoria, A Hero of Old. By Eva Emery Dye 220-223 Born on the Oregon Trail, The First. By T. Neilson Barry 164-170 Columbia River, David ... ...pson, Pathfinder, and the. By T. C. Elliott. .195-205 Financial History of Oregon. VI. By F. G. Young 87-114 "Fountain" on Powder River, Ogden. By J. ... ... Oregonian. 2 "Gov. Davis was a foreigner. . . . He had neither driven his team across the plains nor been to the mines. Besides, if treated decently ...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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Palmer's Journal of Travels Over the Rocky Mountains, 1845-1846

By: Palmer, Joel, 1810-1881; Thwaites, Reuben Gold, 1853-1913

...he Valleys of the Willamette, Umpqua, and Clamet; a general description of Oregon Territory; its inhabitants, climate, soil, productions, etc., etc.; ... ...ez Perce* Tribe of Indians, ontheKoos- koos-kee River; The Organic Laws of Oregon Territory; Tables of about 300 words of the Chinook Jargon, and abou... ...16, 1845-July 2 3> ^46 . . 29 Necessary Outfits for Emigrants traveling to Oregon . 257 Words used in the Chinook Jargon . . . 264 Words used in the N... .... . 271 Table of Distances from Independence, Missouri; and St. Joseph, to Oregon City, in Oregon Territory . ... . . . 277 Appendix: Letter of the Re... ...t his reputation as a sportsman, and the latter what grieved him more, his team; and both had ruined the character of their coursers in suffering them... ...h they had so nobly won. The day was nearly spent, but we harnessed up our team and traveled four miles, to the crossing of a creek, where we encamped... ...rgeants, &c. After these matters had been disposed of, we harnessed up our teams and traveled about five miles, and encamped with Big Soldier creek on... ...y bottom, which made the fording so heavy that we were compelled to double teams. The water through the day is warm; but as the nights are cool, it is... ...une 15. Yesterday we advanced eight miles, and halted to wash and rest our teams. We have remained all this day in camp. At daylight a herd of buffalo...

...he Pacific ; Chinook jargon -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc ; Nez Perce language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc ; Palmer, Joel, 1810-1881 ; Law -- Oregon ; West (U.S.) -- Description and travel To 1848 ; Oregon -- Description and travel ; Willamette River Valley (Or.)...

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1910 Oregon Webfoots football team

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...ld The 1910 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1... ... The 1910 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1910 college football seas... ... October 15 vs. Oregon Alumni W 16–... ... November 12 at Oregon Agricultural Corvallis, OR (Rivalry) ... ... References ^ DeLassus, David. "Oregon Yearly Results: 1910–1914". College Football Data Warehouse. Retriev... ...etrieved January 21, 2013.  ^ a b 2012 Oregon Ducks Football Almanac. Eugene, Oregon: University of Oregon. 2012. ... ... Categories NCAA team season with no sport parameter 1910 NCAA footbal... ... The 1910 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1910 college football seas... ... Categories NCAA team season with no sport parameter 1910 NCAA footbal...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 19

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...E XIX MARCH, 1918 DECEMBER, 1918 Edited by FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Portland, Oregon The Ivy Press 1918 [I] CONTENTS Page ACADEMY, UMPQUA (See Umpqua ... ...s 1918 [I] CONTENTS Page ACADEMY, UMPQUA (See Umpqua Academy) ANNALS OF OREGON, THE SPIRIT AND THE OBJECTIVES IN THE By F. G. Young 177-179 ASTORIA... ...BBERT, GEORGE WOOD Autobiographical Sketch of 235-262 FEDERAL RELATIONS OF OREGON By Lester Burrell Shippee 89-133, 189-230, 283-331 HENDERSON, ENOCH ... ...towell 164-166 HUNDRED YEARS AGO, AN EVENT OF ONE By T. C. Elliott 181-187 OREGON, EARLY HISTORY OF SOUTHERN By Binger Hermann 53-68 OREGON, FEDERAL R... ...bur in his work was day laborer and architect. He chopped, sawed, drove ox-team and worked in the mill six days and the seventh met the men with whom ... ...truction of the wagon road an immense freight busi- ness was carried on by teams. Schooners, many of them built on the river, brought freight to Scott... ...and set it up on Dr. Miller's or Flem Hill's porch that would have taken a team to move. The psychology of this is commended to the investigation of m... ...red, as the Oregon Pio- neers. Most of them had crossed the plains with ox teams, consuming from five to six months in the journey, hauling their fami... ...d a wagon and, with the assistance of Charles Kuykendall, they purloined a team of horses from the stable of his father, John Kuykendall, and had coll...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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Fbi Law Enforcement Bulletin : September 1999; Volume 68, Issue 9: Volume 68, Issue 9

By: Carl J. Jensen III

...ntial dangers that may come with the new millennium. 22 Self-directed work teams help agencies tap the talents of their employees and improve service ... ... tion in visible signs of a paramili- tary and special weapons and tactics team presence. These techniques showed great success during the Freemen sta... ...d police. To this end, school districts should establish a crisis response team made up of decision makers who can develop preincident plans and sign ... ...up of decision makers who can develop preincident plans and sign MOUs. The team should include the leadership of the school, such as the chief of the ... ...al Considerations Agencies should create an emergency response crime scene team comprised of experienced in- vestigators. They should designate a remo... ...ippi; Stamps and Jonesboro, Arkansas; Edinboro, Pennsylvania; Springfield, Oregon; and Paducah, Kentucky, shared their experiences. The suggestions th... ...ing or processed into furniture and other wood products. In such states as Oregon and Washington, Douglas fir and hemlock are harvested for commer- ci...

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1912 Oregon Webfoots football team

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...ld The 1912 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1... ... The 1912 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1912 college football seas... ...on. It was the Webfoots' 20th overall they competed as an independent. The team was led by head coach Louis Pinkham, in his first year, and played the... ...in his first year, and played their home games at Kincaid Field in Eugene, Oregon. They finished the season with a record of two wins and five losses ... ... November 23 vs. Oregon Agricultural Albany, OR (Rivalry) ... ... References ^ "1912 Oregon football schedule". GoDucks.com. University of Oregon. Retrieved Nov... ... Categories NCAA team season with no sport parameter 1912 NCAA footbal... ... The 1912 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1912 college football seas... ...on. It was the Webfoots' 20th overall they competed as an independent. The team was led by head coach Louis Pinkham, in his first year, and played the...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 16

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

... VOLUME XVI MARCH,' 1915 DECEMBER, 1915 Edited by FREDERICK GEORGE YOUNG Portland, Oregon The Ivy Press [I] TABLEOFCONTENTS SUBJECTS OF PAPERS Page... ...M To By Mrs. R. S. Shackelford 24-32 EMIGRATING COMPANIES, THE ORGANIZATION OF THE OREGON By Harrison C. Dale 205-227 FARMING, EARLY, IN UMATILLA COUN... ...lson Barry 338-342 MINTO, JOHN A TRIBUTE BY ONE WHO LOVED HIM By John Gill 330-337 OREGON CITY CANAL AND LOCKS, ADDRESS AT THE DEDICATORY EXERCISES AT... ...ITY CANAL AND LOCKS, ADDRESS AT THE DEDICATORY EXERCISES AT THE OPENING OF THE, AT OREGON CITY, MAY 6, 1915 By Joseph N. Teal 197-203 PACIFIC COAST SU... ...ere was very little money to be had. "On this trading trip we saw a number of mule teams haul- ing ore from Iron Mountain to some small furnaces. "Aft... ...timber land. Each winter he cleared about 4 acres of timber land. He ran four plow teams and for that day he was considered a very thrifty farmer. All... ...ugh the prai- rie. On mill days from sunrise on you could see dust rising from the teams coming from the east and west to this main road. All of them ... ...en we reached the main road going to the mill there would often be a dozen or more teams. From where we joined the main road to the mill there was alw... ...ys great excitement when Uncle David's powerful big steers began passing the other teams. We usually passed everything on the road. Those red steers w...

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Defense at & L Magazine : May-June 2008: May-June 2008

By: Judith M. Greig

...rtment should improve perfor- mance, delivery speed, and economy. 14 The Team Develop- ment Life Cycle T om Edison Dr. Bruce Tuckman identified fiv... ...on Dr. Bruce Tuckman identified five phases experienced by project work teams: forming, storming, norming, per- forming, and adjourning. The auth... ... ing, transforming, and deforming—that can also help you understand how teams function. 18 Bridging the DoD-In- dustry Communica- tions Gap Scott L... ...rovider of joint IT solutions for the Department of Defense. The JTF-GNO team, under U.S. Strategic Command, is responsible for oper- ating and def... ...mander, Joint T ask Force for Global Network Operations Delivering IT is a team sport. “ Photos by Donna Burton, DISA allow U.S. military members to ... ...forcing. Burke received his bachelor of science in civil engineering from Oregon State University and a master of arts from California State Univers... ...n engineering. He is a registered professional engineer in California and Oregon and has authored numerous technical papers on concrete durability. ...

...tion Sharing -- Croom, Charles E. ; Changing DoD’s IT Capabilities -- Davis, Charles R. ; A Great System Right Out of the Chocks -- Edison, Tom ; The Team Development Life Cycle -- Eiband, David M. ; Classic DoD Acquisition Standards Still the Cornerstones -- Elmore, Jim ; 13 Theta -- Grant, Paul ; Shaping Industry Interaction Through Secure Information Sharing -- Littlefi...

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1909 Oregon Webfoots football team

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...ld The 1909 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1... ... The 1909 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1909 college football seas... ... November 19 Oregon Agricultural Kincaid Field • Eugene, ... ... References ^ DeLassus, David. "Oregon Yearly Results: 1905–1909". College Football Data Warehouse. Retriev... ...etrieved January 21, 2013.  ^ a b 2012 Oregon Ducks Football Almanac. Eugene, Oregon: University of Oregon. 2012. ... ... Oregon Ducks football ... ... Categories NCAA team season with no sport parameter 1909 Intercollegi... ... The 1909 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1909 college football seas... ... Categories NCAA team season with no sport parameter 1909 Intercollegi...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 1

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...lection World Public Library.org OL. I Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. I Author: FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Language: E... ...... ...ER, 190O EDITED BY FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG W. H. LEEDS, STATE PRINTER SALEM, OREGON CONTENTS. SUBJECT INDEX. PAGE. Camp Fire, The, of the Pioneers. Sam... ...5 Commonwealth Government, The Genesis of Political Authority and of a, in Oregon. J. R. Robertson : 3- 59 Cosgrove, Hugh, Reminiscences of. H. S. Lym... ...e could be classed as dependent poor. And, perhaps, none too poor to own a team and a good serviceable farm wagon, with means sufficient to provision ... ... with small families who were themselves accus- tomed to the management of teams ; were familiar with the dangers of desert travel and mountain climbi... ...ome places the trail was very difficult, it was not impossible to American teamsters. He and his comrades remained about eight days at Fort Hall, and ... ...sgrove had been trading dur- ing the winter, to get suitable wagons and ox teams. He preferred to make the eventful journey comfortably and safely, an... ... it !' ' and the deed was done. It required several yoke of oxen to make a team strong enough to drag him to camp, and his estimated weight was twenty...

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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846 : A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of the Best and Rarest Contemporary Volumes of Travel : Descriptive of the Aborigines and Social and Economic Conditions in the Middle and Far West, During the Period of Early American Settlement : Vol. 30

By: Thwaites, Reuben Gold, 1853-1913

...he Valleys of the Willamette, Umpqua, and Clamet; a general description of Oregon Territory; its inhabitants, climate, soU, productions, etc., etc.; a... ... Nez Perce Tribe ofIndians,on theKoos- koos-kee River; The Organic Laws of Oregon Territory; Tables of about 300 words of the Chinook Jargon, and abou... ...16, 1845- July 23, 1846. . 29 Necessary Outfits for Emigrants traveling to Oregon ....... 257 Words used in the Chinook Jargon . . . 264 Words used in... .... . 271 Table of Distances from Independence, Missouri; and St. Joseph, to Oregon City, in Oregon Territory....... 277 Appendix : Letter of the Rev. H... ...is reputation as a sportsman, and the latter — what grieved him more,— his team\ and both had ruined the character of their coursers in suffering them... ...h they had so nobly won. The day was nearly spent, but we harnessed up our team and traveled four miles, to the crossing of a creek, where we encamped... ...rgeants, &c. After these matters had been disposed of, we harnessed up our teams and traveled about five miles, and encamped with Big Soldier creek on... ...y bottom, which made the fording so heavy that we were compelled to double teams. The water through the day is warm; but as the nights are cool, it is... ...une 15. Yesterday we advanced eight miles, and halted to wash and rest our teams. We have remained all this day in camp. At daylight a herd of bufifal...

...ckenridge's Journal up the Missouri, 1811 ; Francháere's Voyage to Northwest coast, 1811-1814 -- v. 7. Ross's Adventures of the first settlers on the Oregon or Columbia River, 1810-1813 -- v. 8. Buttrick's Voyages, 1812-1819 ; Evan's Pedestrious tour, 1818 -- v. 9. Flint's Letters from America, 1818-1820 -- v. 10. Hulme's Journal, 1818-19 ; Flower's Letters from the Illino...

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1911 Oregon Webfoots football team

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...ld The 1911 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1... ... The 1911 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1911 college football seas... ...the Webfoots' 19th overall season and they competed as an independent. The team was led by head coach Bill Warner, in his second year, and played thei... ... home games at Kincaid Field in Eugene and at Multnomah Field in Portland, Oregon. They finished the season with a record of three wins and two losses... ... References ^ "1911 Oregon football schedule". GoDucks.com. University of Oregon. Retrieved Nov... ... Oregon Ducks football ... ... Categories NCAA team season with no sport parameter 1911 NCAA footbal... ... The 1911 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1911 college football seas... ...the Webfoots' 19th overall season and they competed as an independent. The team was led by head coach Bill Warner, in his second year, and played thei...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 8

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...re Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. VIII Author: FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Language... ...... ...LUME VIII MARCH 1907-DECEMBER 1907 EDITED BY FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG SAL.EM, OREGON WILLIS S. DUNIWAY, STATE PRINTER 1907 CONTENTS. SUBJECT INDEX. PAGE... ...nization of. By George H. Himes 317-352 Boise, Judge Reuben Patrick One of Oregon's Foremost Common- wealth Builders.. _ 201-204 Oondon, Professor Tho... ...ing deeply saturated by the unusually heavy rains, 6 T. W. DAVENPORT. our team of four strong horses was occasionally incompetent to extricate the co... ...les which are tied together with raw hide strings, and the squaws lead the team. The buck tips the plow up onto the nose, and in this way the ground i... ...e goes to work for some- body who has something, and from his wages buys a team and with the earnings of himself and team procures little by little th... ...r lots were surveyed, fenced and cultivation commenced, and only a lack of teams and wagons prevented a more general engagement in farming operations ... ...he veracity of his report. A ride in an easy carriage drawn by a sprightly team of fine horses is rather inspiring at almost any time, but over such a...

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Rural America; Volume 14, Issue 2; August 1999: Volume 14, Issue 2 ; August 1999

By: Douglas Bowers

...ople in the Rural Rocky Mountain West by Alexander C. Vias 24 Migrants to Oregon in the 1990’s: Working Age, Near-Retirees, and Retirees Make Diff... ... areas more than others, as shown in the analysis of recent inmigration to Oregon by Dean H. Judson, Sue Reynolds- Scanlon, and Carole L. Popoff. Metr... ...Columbia River Basin, which included all of Idaho and parts of Washington, Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, and Nevada (see “Survey Data and Methods”).... ...al Development Perspectives, vol. 14, no. 2 F rom April 1990 to July 1998, Oregon netted nearly 260,000 domestic and over 58,000 international migrant... ...Bureau estimates (table 1). This unprecedented level of net inmigration to Oregon (as well as many other Western States) has pushed the construction a... ...y the National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee. In 1993, a team of Employment Department analysts developed the proce- dures for the s...

...g Far and Wide in the Rural West Amenities Increasingly Draw People to the Rural West Jobs Follow People in the Rural Rocky Mountain West Migrants to Oregon in the 1990's: Working Age, Near-Retirees, and Retirees Make Different Destination Choices Quality of Life, Nontraditional Income, and Economic Growth: New Development Opportunities for the Rural West Employment Growth...

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1990 Oregon Ducks football team

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...The 1990 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon. The Ducks scored 341 points whi... ...The 1990 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon. The Ducks scored 341 points while the defense allowed 221 points. L... ... http://cfreference.net/cfr/school.s?id=734&season=1990 Game notes Oregon State Team Players in the NFL The following players were ... ...net/cfr/school.s?id=734&season=1990 Game notes Oregon State Team Players in the NFL The following players were claimed in the 1991 NF...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 4

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...ORGE YOUNG Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. IV Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGO... ...... ..., 1903 EDITED BY FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG J. R. WHITNEY, STATE PRINTER SALEM, OREGON CONTENTS. SUBJECT INDEX. PAGE Astoria, The Educational History of. ... ...-364 Calapooia, The Upper. George O. Qoodall 70- 77 Captain of Industry in Oregon, A Pioneer (Joseph Watt). James R. Rob- ertson 150-167 Centennial, T... ...in these western valleys during the months of September and October, their teams worn and impoverished, were turned out upon the prairies and by midwi... ... I have been here near three weeks, having left my waggon in charge of the teamster and proceeded on horseback from Fort Hall in company with some thi... ...o com- panions, expecting to earn his way across the plains by driving the teams or cattle of well-to-do emigrants. The assets all told with which he ... ...ith less expense than you could to Tennessee or Kentucky. Your provisions, teams, etc., you have; your oxen and horses, especially your fine American ... ...eached a point ten miles out from the Columbia it began to haul wheat, the teamsters being glad to avoid the long, hard pull over the sandy roads. Whe...

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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846 : A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of the Best and Rarest Contemporary Volumes of Travel : Descriptive of the Aborigines and Social and Economic Conditions in the Middle and Far West, During the Period of Early American Settlement

By: Thwaites, Reuben Gold, 1853-1913, Editor

... the vaUcys of the WlDamette, Umpqua, and CJamet; a general desaiption of Oregon Territory; its inhabitants, climate, soil, productions, etc., etc. ... ...ez Pera! Tribe of Indians, OD the Koos­ koos-be Riftl'; The Oqanic Laws of Oregon Territory; Tables of about 300 words of the Chinook Jargon, and ab... ...ril 16, J845-July 23, 1846. Necessary Outfits for Emigrants traveling to Oregon • • Words used in the Chinook Jargon • Words used in the Nez Pera... ...uage • Table of Distances &om Independence, Missouri; and St. Joseph, to Oregon City, in OregOD Territory .• •• Appendix: Letter of the Rev. H. H... ...his reputation as a sportsman, and the latter­ what grieved him more,- his team; and bo,h, had ruined the character of their coursers in suffering th... ...they had so nobly won. The day was nearly spent, but we harnessed up our team and traveled four miles, to the crossing of a creek, where we encampe... ...ants, &c. After these matters had been disposed of, we harnessed. up our teams and traveled about five miles, and encamped with Big Soldier creek o... ... bottom, which made the fording so heavy that we were compelled to double teams. The water through the day is warm; but as the nights are cool, it i... ...ne IS. Yesterday we advanced eight miles, and halted to wash and rest our teams. We have remained all this day in camp. At daylight a herd of buffal...

...ckenridge's Journal up the Missouri, 1811 ; Franche?re's Voyage to Northwest coast, 1811-1814 -- v. 7. Ross's Adventures of the first settlers on the Oregon or Columbia River, 1810-1813 -- v. 8. Buttrick's Voyages, 1812-1819 ; Evan's Pedestrious tour, 1818 -- v. 9. Flint's Letters from America, 1818-1820 -- v. 10. Hulme's Journal, 1818-19 ; Flower's Letters from the Illino...

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2001 Oregon Ducks football team

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... University of Oregon Athletic Hall of Fame Fiesta Bowl Champions ... ... Overall Team   W... ...   #2 Oregon †   ... ...   Oregon State   ... ... Rankings from AP Poll The 2001 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon during the ... ...P Poll The 2001 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon during the 2001 NCAA Division I-A... ... 4 Statistics 4.1 Team 4.2 Offense ... ... 4.3 Defense 4.4 Special Teams 5 After the ... ... 5 After the Season 5.1 Team Records Broken 5.2 Awards ...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 7

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...L SOCIETY, VOL. VII, MARCH 1906, NUMBER I Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. VII, MARCH 1906, NUMBER I Author: Language... ...... ...om Bryant has called "Mothers of a mighty race." The women of the State of Oregon come of a long line of mothers who with fearless eye, lit by deep lo... ...them have been elected to some undergraduate office, and the proportion of Oregon young men now instructing in Eastern institutions is surprising unle... ...atered and tended on the long and hazardous six-months' journey with an ox team, thousands of miles to thebanks of the Willamette j ustnorth of the li... ... Joseph, where I met Joseph C. Geer, for whom I had agreed to drive an ox- team across the plains that summer. On May 7, 1847, we crossed the Missouri... ...left myhorse-wagon, putmy goods in Ben Young's old wagon, and drove his ox team to the dalles. Applegate got a boat to carry their goods down through ... ...the goods were ferried over, and the empty wagons were drawn across by the teams a short distance below, where the River was wider and shallower. The ... ...ver one hundred and twenty-five miles from the ship landing to Eugene, and teams, pack trains, and stage lines could serve a limited trade and populat...

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Preventing Chronic Disease Journal : November 2005 ; Volume 2, Special Issue: November 2005 ; Volume 2, Special Issue

By: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

...UE NOVEMBER 2005 Perceived Likelihood of Developing Diabetes Among High-Risk Oregonians ORIGINAL RESEARCH Suggested citation for this article: Kemple ... ...ot AI, Leman RF. Perceived likelihood of developing diabetes among high-risk Oregonians. Prev Chronic Dis [serial online] 2005 Nov [date cited]. Avail... ...hat it can be delayed or prevented with lifestyle interventions. Methods The Oregon Diabetes Prevention and Control Program collected and analyzed res... ...s from a statewide tele- phone survey conducted in 2003 to determine whether Oregon adults at highest risk for diabetes 1) believed that they were at ... ... data revealed that 1) principals play a pivotal role on School Health Index teams, 2) schoolwide validation of a team’s small successes is crucial fo... ...tyle behaviors and reduce health-related risk behaviors (13). Using the SHI, teams composed of administrators, teachers, food service personnel, and o... ... Active! had five components. Each intervention school 1) established an SHI team, 2) com- pleted three of the eight SHI self-assessment modules (the ... ...s implemented differently in each school, but all schools established an SHI team and identified an internal coordinator for the intervention. All tea... ...vention ran from September through June, it took until October to get school teams established. Process evaluation Process evaluation was designed to ...

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1975 Oregon Webfoots football team

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... Overall Team W  ... ... 0 Oregon 2 – ... ... 0 Oregon State 1 ... ... Rankings from AP Poll The 1975 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1... ...oll The 1975 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1975 college football seas... ... 4 Game notes 4.1 Oregon State 5 Sta... ... Categories NCAA team season with no sport parameter 1975 Pacific-8 Co... ... Overall Team W  ... ...oll The 1975 Oregon Webfoots football team represented the University of Oregon in the 1975 college football seas...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 10

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...ORGE YOUNG Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. X Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON H... ...... ...Edited by FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG CONTENTS SUBJECT INDEX PAGE DeSmet in the Oregon Country. By Edwin V. O'Hara 239-262 Financial History of the State o... ...egon Country. By Edwin V. O'Hara 239-262 Financial History of the State of Oregon. By F. G. Young 263-295; 366-384 Fraser River, The Discovery and Exp... ...covery and Exploration of. By Frederick V. Holman. .100-115 Land Tenure in Oregon. By Lon L. Swift 131-235 Wilbur, Father, and His Work. By William D.... ...ettlement, June, 1845. Labor per diem, Is 6d (equals 36 cts.) and rations. Team of horses, per diem, 3s. Team of cattle, per diem, 2s. Beef (fresh), p...

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Best of Four

By: Carol Ann Ellis

...s case, students work together in smaller groups, sometimes referred to as teams. They then may be required to give presentations or to submit work to... ...o second base. This behavior continued throughout the season. Y et when my team won, I remember my parents cheering me on and the crowd going wild. Th... ...te’s senior year in high school, and he was a star wrestler on the varsity team. He was recruited by Penn State University with a wrestling scholarshi... ... first time that I was ever drunk was at a keg party thrown by my football team. The party was to celebrate the end of our doubles sessions. Doubles s... ...ay, which are run before the season starts. T wo-a-days are to prepare the team for the upcoming season. They are the hardest practices of the season.... ...nd, but many do. A shooting victim at Thurston High School in Springfield, Oregon once remarked, “I realized something terrible had happened when I no...

............. 23 Toys Were Not Enough Katarzyna Mlochowska .............................................................................. 25 A Part of a Team Kristin Berthelsen ................................................................................................. 26 A Strange Place to Play Mark Yerke.....................................................................

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2007 Oregon Ducks football team

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... Overall Team   W... ...   #25 Oregon State   ... ...   #23 Oregon   ... ... Rankings from AP Poll The 2007 Oregon Ducks football team represents the University of Oregon in the colle... ...P Poll The 2007 Oregon Ducks football team represents the University of Oregon in the college football season of ... ...sents the University of Oregon in the college football season of 2007. The team is coached by Mike Bellotti and plays their home games at Autzen Stadi... ...ack Brady Leaf was also knocked out of the game. The final score was 16–0. Oregon lost the season finale to rival Oregon State on December 1, 2007 by ... ... 6.1 Awards 6.2 Team records 7 Gam... ... 9 Statistics 9.1 Team 9.1.1 Scores by ...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 2

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...re Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. II Author: FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Language: ... ...... ...n's Account of. H. S. Lyman 180-184 Kelley, Hall J., One of the Fatherslof Oregon. F. F. Victor 381-400 Lewis and Clark Centennial, Suggestions for. F... ...d^Clark Expedition in American History. F. G.^Young 410-422 Literature, An Oregon. H. S. Lyman 401-409 Nez Perce Indians, Items from the. H. S. Lyman ... ... different from the now familiar story of cross- ing the plains with an ox team. Not but that was a narrative full of interest, but we know it too wel... ...ame was on the military enrollment he made a trip to Oregon, driving an ox team. Upon arriving in this state : he immediately became connected with th... ...Reached our homes beyond the mountains far away ; Sincewe harnessed up the teams, when the springtide's sunny beams Showed the paths across the plains... ...started, and in order to let the surface water drain away we unhitched the teams and let the oxen in the yokes feed from the lush grass. The sun came ... ...tte, in the order agreed upon by the leading officers : Captain Morrison's teams in the lead and setting the pace, and Captain Morrison himself in adv...

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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846 : A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of the Best and Rarest Contemporary Volumes of Travel : Descriptive of the Aborigines and Social and Economic Conditions in the Middle and Far West, During the Period of Early American Settlement : Vol. 28

By: Thwaites, Reuben Gold, 1853-1913

... m the Great Western Prairies, the Anahuac AND Rocky Mountains, and in the Oregon Country. [Part I, being Volume I and chapters i-iv of Volume II of t... ...REFACE TO VOLUMES XXVIII-XXIX With these two volumes our series returns to Oregon, and to the' question already shadowed forth upon the horizon, wheth... ...after joint occupancy had been arranged, there was scarcely an American in Oregon. lo Early Western Travels [Vol. 28 In our volume xxi we traced the ... ...es, pioneers then as now in advancing American interests. The existence of Oregon had now come to be known to a considerable body of our people, its f... ...h — The Feast and a bit of Philosophy — The Traders Walworth and Alvarez's Teams — A Fright — A Nation of Indians — Their Camp and Hunts — A Treaty — ... ...ar, these traders congregate here, and buy large Pennsylvania waggons, and teams of mules to convey their calicoes, cot- tons, cloths, boots, shoes, e... ...les make their first attempt at practical pulling. They are harnessed in a team, two upon the shaft, and the remainder two abreast in [3] long swingin... ...rs, as foot- guard, stand on either side, armed with whips and thongs. The team is straightened — and now comes the trial of passive obedience. The ch... ... bray, is the only response of these martjTS to human supremacy. Again the team is straightened, again the 1839] Farnhanis Travels 47 rowel is applie...

...ckenridge's Journal up the Missouri, 1811 ; Francháere's Voyage to Northwest coast, 1811-1814 -- v. 7. Ross's Adventures of the first settlers on the Oregon or Columbia River, 1810-1813 -- v. 8. Buttrick's Voyages, 1812-1819 ; Evan's Pedestrious tour, 1818 -- v. 9. Flint's Letters from America, 1818-1820 -- v. 10. Hulme's Journal, 1818-19 ; Flower's Letters from the Illino...

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2012 Oregon Ducks football team

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... Overall Team   W... ... North #2 Oregon x‡   ... ...   #20 Oregon State   ... ...; Rankings from AP Poll The 2012 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon in the 2012... ...P Poll The 2012 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon in the 2012 college football seas... ...resented the University of Oregon in the 2012 college football season. The team played their home games at Autzen Stadium for the 46th straight year, ... ...raight year, and was coached by Chip Kelly in his fourth and final year at Oregon. They are a member of the Pacific-12 Conference in the North Divisio... ... Sources: "2012 Team Ranking". Rivals.com.  ... ... Notes November 3, 2012 – Oregon is the first team to score 60 points on USC in 124 years. Novem...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 23

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...UME XXIII MARCH, 1922-DECEMBER, 1922 Edited by FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Eurene, Oregon Koke-Tiffany Co. 1922 [l] TABLE OF CONTENTS Pages CARVER'S, JON... .... 1922 [l] TABLE OF CONTENTS Pages CARVER'S, JONATHAN, SOURCE OF THE NAME OREGON By T. C. Elliott 53-69 EDUCATION IN THE OREGON CONSTITUTIONAL CONV... ...AND His SONS By Judge F. W. Howay 277-302 MOUNDS, PREHISTORIC, ORIGIN OF THE OREGON By George William Wright 87-94 OREGON MISSION PRESS, HISTORY OF TH... ...N MISSION PRESS, HISTORY OF THE By Howard Malcolm Ballou I, 39-52 II, 95-110 OREGON QUESTION 1818-1828 By Verne Blue 193-219 OREGON CAVES, DISCOVERY O... ... Verne Blue 193-219 OREGON CAVES, DISCOVERY OF THE By E. J. Davidson 274-276 OREGON CAVES, EXPLORATION OF THE By Wm. W. Fidler 270-273 RESERVATION POL... ...stipulated in treaties 7,500.00 Expenses of holding treaties the purchase of teams to transport goods and provisions for presents and first payment of... ...ifteen thousand dollars may be applied; it also contemplates the purchase of teams and animals for the transportation of Indian goods to such points a... ...es. I desire never to repeat the labors of that day by mid- night we met the teams in readiness to convey us to our new residence where we arrived lat...

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Fbi Law Enforcement Bulletin : June 2006; Volume 75, Issue 6: Volume 75, Issue 6

By: Stuart Cameron

... June 2006 Volume 75 Number 6 Features Suffolk County’s Crisis Action Team By Stuart K. Cameron The Routine Activity Theory By Brian Parsi Boe... ...tice Youth Alcohol Enforcement 1 1 1 1 1 12 12 12 12 12 The Crisis Action Team has made the Suffolk County Police Department better prepared for bo... ...88 USPS 383-310 49258 4/27/06, 9:46 PM 5 Suffolk County’s Crisis Action Team A Mobile Field Force for the 21st Century By STUART K. CAMERON he ... ... the new force and the old Mobile Field Force. Hence, the Crisis Action Team (CAT) was born. The department decided to purchase up-to-date, relia... ... exceeding its appropriate roles and responsibilities. CAT is not a SWAT team, a bomb squad, or a hazardous materials response unit, but, rather, ... ...rates a century of service to the commonwealth. The patch of the Lakeview, Oregon, Police Department has a depiction of a cowboy, repre- senting the c...

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2009 Oregon Ducks football team

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... Overall Team   W... ...   #11 Oregon †   ... ...   Oregon State   ... ... Rankings from AP Poll The 2009 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon in the coll... ...P Poll The 2009 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon in the college football season of... ...ented the University of Oregon in the college football season of 2009. The team was led by head coach Chip Kelly in his first season as a head coach a... ... 4.11 Arizona 4.12 Oregon State 4.13 Ohio State (Ro... ... Previous season The 2008 Oregon Ducks football team entered the season ranked 21st in the AP Poll, after finishing the 200... ...junior college transfer Jeremiah Masoli. Masoli had led his junior college team to a national championship the year before. Masoli was inconsistent in...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 5

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...ORGE YOUNG Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. V Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON H... ...... ...PRINTER t HALKM, ORKOUN \ CONTENTS. SUBJECT IN 1)1.\ . PAGE Beginnings of Oregon Kxplorutioa and Settlement at the Mouth of the Columbia River. H. W.... ...llU Beginnings of Lane County, The. W. B. Dlllard .188-188 Botanist of the Oregon Country, Literary Remains of David Douglas, with "A Brief Memoir of ... ...ld safely make their way across the continent to Oregon with their wagons, teams, cattle, and families, then the solution of the question of title to ... ...beyond the line of the State, on the 17th of May. A trip to Oregon with ox teams was at that time a new experi- ment, and was exceedingly severe upon ... ...black eye and battered face could not well hunt up his cattle or drive his team. But the subject of the greatest and most painful anxiety to us was th... ...luence of pride and old habits over men. They were often racing with their teams in the early portion of the journey, though they had before them some... ...more inconsiderate than for men, under such circumstances, to injure their teams sim- ply to gratify their ambition. Yet the proper rule in such a cas...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846 : A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of the Best and Rarest Contemporary Volumes of Travel : Descriptive of the Aborigines and Social and Economic Conditions in the Middle and Far West, During the Period of Early American Settlement : Vol. 21

By: Thwaites, Reuben Gold, 1853-1913

...ginal Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition," "Hennepin's New Discovery," etc. Volume XXI Wyeth's Oregon, or a Short History of a Long Journey, 1... ...tt 1Lakt«itit ^rrss R. R. DONNELLEY & SONS COMPANY CHICAGO CONTENTS OF VOLUME XXI Preface. The Editor Oregon; or a Short History of a Long Journey fr... ...uthor's Table of Contents 115 Text 121 ILLUSTRATIONS TO VOLUME XXI Facsimile of title-page to Wyeth's Oregon 19 "Hunting the Buflfalo." From the Lond... ...UME XXI With the present volume our series reverts to the far Northwest, and takes up the story of the Oregon country during the fourth decade of the ... ...s that opened the highland fastnesses to the men of the West, and paved the way for the tracing of the Oregon Trail. But it was bona-fide settlers, no... ... in large store-houses, and carted thence every month in the year, even through the dog-days, in heavy teams drawn by oxen and horses to the wharves i... ...e and properly constructed vessels, and carried into the hot climates already [7] mentioned. The heavy teams five, or six, or more, close following ea...

...ckenridge's Journal up the Missouri, 1811 ; Francháere's Voyage to Northwest coast, 1811-1814 -- v. 7. Ross's Adventures of the first settlers on the Oregon or Columbia River, 1810-1813 -- v. 8. Buttrick's Voyages, 1812-1819 ; Evan's Pedestrious tour, 1818 -- v. 9. Flint's Letters from America, 1818-1820 -- v. 10. Hulme's Journal, 1818-19 ; Flower's Letters from the Illino...

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2008 Oregon Ducks football team

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... Overall Team   W... ...   #10 Oregon   ... ...   #19 Oregon State   ... ... Rankings from AP Poll The 2008 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon in the coll... ...P Poll The 2008 Oregon Ducks football team represented the University of Oregon in the college football season of... ... 4.11 Arizona 4.12 Oregon State 4.13 Holiday Bowl ... ... 8 Statistics 8.1 Team 8.1.1 Scores by ... ... 8.3 Defense 8.4 Special teams 9 References... ... April 27 - In the University of Oregon spring game the white team defeated the green team 36-3. The game featured breakout plays by Just...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 6

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

...re Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. VI Author: FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Language: ... ...... ..., 1905 EDITED BY FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG J. R. WHITNEY, STATE PRINTER SALEM, OREGON u iv INDEX. AUTHORS' INDEX. PAGE Bagley, Clarence .B. Washington Ac... ...ashington Activities in History 411 416 Bourne, JSdward Gaylord Aspects of Oregon History before 1840 255-275 Fenton, Wm. D. The Winning of the Oregon... ... Pacific University ^ 109-146 Schafer, Joseph Notes on the Colonization of Oregon 379-390 Seott, H.W The Unity of History 237-254 Thwaites, Reuben O. ... ...VERSITY. 145 of college life. Athletics, in the form of football and track team work, took a regular place as part of the college life. Oratory, and e... ...knew to a moral certainty that the moment we brought our families, cattle, teams, and loaded wagons to the banks of the Columbia River in the fall of ...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (Mmwr) : July 16, 2010 ; Volume 59, Issue 27: July 16, 2010 ; Volume 59, Issue 27

By: Center for Disease Control (Cdc) and Prevention

...risk for excessive viewing time among children aged 2 years, CDC and the Oregon Public Health Division analyzed 2006 and 2007 data from the Oregon ... ...he Oregon Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring Survey follow-back survey (Oregon PRAMS-2), which was used to re-interview mothers who had participat... ...egatively associated with obtaining child care in a child care center. In Oregon, these fndings support the AAP recommendations that health professi... ...rveys are administered by state health departments with support from CDC. Oregon has collected PRAMS data continuously since 1998. Since 2006, the O... ...8. Since 2006, the Oregon Public Health Division has been re-interviewing Oregon PRAMS respondents when their children reach age 2 years. Te Oregon ... ... Frontieres (MSF). Eight days later, on May 16, 2010, a multidisciplinary team began an inves- tigation in two afected villages, including administer... ...ood and environmental samples for lead. From May 23 to June 4, 2010, the team surveyed 119 family compounds. In the 12 months beginning May 2009, ... ...t 848 MMWR / July 16, 2010 / Vol. 59 / No. 27 Notifable Disease Data Team and 122 Cities Mortality Data Team Patsy A. Hall-Baker Deborah A. Ada... ...402; telephone 202-512-1800. Data presented by the Notifable Disease Data Team and 122 Cities Mortality Data Team in the weekly MMWR are provisional,...

...Table of Contents: Television and Video Viewing Time Among Children Aged 2 Years --- Oregon, 2006--2007 -- Commercial Fishing Deaths --- United States, 2000--2009 -- Notes from the Field: Outbreak of Acute Lead Poisoning Among Children Aged <5 Years --- Zamfara, Nigeria, 2010 -- Notifiable Diseases and Mortal...

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2000 Oregon Ducks football team

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...Schedule Game notes Arizona State Oregon played at Arizona State in the 2000 college football season. Orego... ... Mike Williams was crossing the first down marker, he fumbled the ball and Oregon was able to recover it at the 17-yard line, giving the Ducks one las... ... with a touchdown pass to tie the game with 27 seconds left. After neither team was able to score in the first overtime period, Oregon scored on a one... ...s left. After neither team was able to score in the first overtime period, Oregon scored on a one-yard run by Allan Amundson and the extra point by Jo... ...d bringing the Sun Devils within a PAT of forcing a 3rd overtime. After an Oregon touchdown, and instead of kicking the extra point after scoring, Ari... ...zone. The pass tipped off Heap's extended hand and fell incomplete, giving Oregon a 56-55 double overtime victory. Washington State Source: ...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 17

By: Oregon Historical Society; Oregon Historical Society. Quarterly

... XVII MARCH, 1916 DECEMBER, 1916 Edited by FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Portland. Oregon The Ivy Press 1916 [I] TABLE OFCONTENTS Page ASTORIANS, DlD THE R... ...T OF THE UMPQUA VALLEY ITS OUTCOME By Socrates Scholfield 341-357 LINCOLN, OREGON'S NOMINATION OF By Leslie M. Scott ,. .201-214 McLoucHLiN, DR. JOHN,... ...IBUTE TO By William Galloway 44-46 PACIFIC COAST REPUBLIC, THE MOVEMENT IN OREGON FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A By Dorothy Hull 177-200 REMINISCENCES OF ... ...PUBLISHED By H. R. Kincaid 77-106 SLAVERY, SOME DOCUMENTARY RECORDS OF, IN OREGON By Fred Lockley 107-115 DOCUMENTS CROOKS, RAMSAY, A LETTER OF, ON TH... ...seven months crossing the plains with their wives and children in their ox teams, had learned the value and superiority of true woman- hood, hence und... ...hould not be incumbered with more loose cattle than is necessary for ample teams and milch cows. Sheep stand the journey best of all domestic animals ... ...om timber. Early in 1853 we started on to Oregon with one ox and one horse team and arrived in the Willamette Valley September 29, 1853. ***** On the ... ...t I know not where to direct a letter at this time. If he comes with an ox team, let him have good, substantial oxen of 4, 5 and 6 years of age. 233 H... ... early as he can travel, and take along with him oats and corn to feed his team principally for the first month, before the grass starts much. Drive m...

1900-25, The quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (Mmwr) : June 10, 2005 ; Volume 54, Issue 22: June 10, 2005 ; Volume 54, Issue 22

By: Center for Disease Control (Cdc) and Prevention

...ight states (Connecticut, Massa- chusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsyl- vania, and T exas). However, the target had not been achie... ...5.1 6,544 6.6 Oklahoma 3,172 8.2 307 7.9 38 5.2 166 5.4 521 14.2 2,104 7.7 Oregon 2,008 5.6 43 7.4 70 4.3 305 5.7 73 10.1 1,512 5.5 Pennsylvania 8,711... ...h includes CDC, the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs, and teams from five states (Delaware, Hawaii, Louisiana, Missouri, and North Ca... ...gin Islands, Virgin Islands (not otherwise specified) (two cases) Ohio 1 0 Oregon 14 1 Puerto Rico Pennsylvania 6 2 Puerto Rico, Thailand Rhode Island...

...Table of Contents: Lead Exposure from Indoor Firing Ranges Among Students on Shooting Teams --- Alaska, 2002--2004 Seroprevalence of Poliovirus Antibodies Among Children in a Dominican Community --- Puerto Rico, 2002 Progress in Measles Control --- Zambia, 1999--2004 Erratum: Vol. 54, No. 22 QuickStats: Percen...

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2005 Oregon Ducks football team

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.... During a game at Arizona, Clemens suffered a broken ankle. At that point Oregon was 8-1 (their only loss was to #1 ranked USC 45-13, the loss was va... ...5-13, the loss was vacated in 2010), and still in the hunt for a BCS game. Oregon won their final three games and their success led them into contenti... ... finish since their Joey Harrington -led, Fiesta Bowl -winning 2001-2002 team. They finished 5th overall in the BCS ranking system, which would i... ... a BCS Bowl . In 2005, however, there were no at-large bids available to Oregon. Ohio State finished just ahead of the Ducks, in 4th place, guaran... ...use in the BCS contract. Many college football fans were outraged that two teams with worse records were selected over the Ducks. Moreover, for the se... ...ks. Moreover, for the second consecutive year, the Pac-10 conference had a team that finished with a one-loss season snubbed by the BCS (the Cal Bear... ...CS (the Cal Bears finished 10-1 in 2004). It was later demonstrated that Oregon drew the highest bowl ratings in college football, calling the argum...

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Oregon Historical Quarterly : Volume 14

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...re Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE QUARTERLY OF THE OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. XIV Author: FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Language... ...E XIV MARCH. 1913 DECEMBER, 1913 Edited by FREDERIC GEORGE YOUNG Portland, Oregon The Ivy Press [I] <NN TABLE OF CONTENTS SUBJECTS OF PAPERS. FOLK FE... ...315-317 GRAY, CAPTAIN WILLIAM P., REMINISCENCES OF By Fred Lockley 321-354 OREGON IN 1863 By Thomas W. Prosch 61-64 OSBORN, BURR, SURVIVOR OF HOWISON ... ... By Thomas W. Prosch 61-64 OSBORN, BURR, SURVIVOR OF HOWISON EXPEDITION TO OREGON IN 1846 By George H. Himes 355-365 SCOTT, HARVEY W. Review of Half-C... ...listened quietly to their report; then, turning to an attendant, ordered a team to be hitched to his two-seated covered hack ready for an immediate st... ...1886 67 from his destination, and there rested until morning. With a fresh team, he reached Colwash's camp before noon and found the dance in full bla... ...iversity at Forest Grove, and supporting himself by alternating periods of team-driving, woodcutting and school teaching during vacations and what we ... ...the west has ever seen. The Willamette was frozen over at Portland so that teams could cross on the ice between Portland and East Portland, and of cou... ...s from Wenatchee to the Okanogan much more cheaply by boat than to haul by team. They looked the matter up and found I had reported it feasible to tak...

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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846 : A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of the Best and Rarest Contemporary Volumes of Travel : Descriptive of the Aborigines and Social and Economic Conditions in the Middle and Far West, During the Period of Early American Settlement : Vol. 27

By: Thwaites, Reuben Gold, 1853-1913

...tions and habits of the Indian Tribes who roam over the vast region of the Oregon, their present state and future prospects, are such as cannot fail t... ...explanation. In the foreground we see several of the gigantic trees of the Oregon forests, fallen and crossing each other. On these repose two wolves,... ...nd well-known meeting point. For a description of Green River, see Wyeth's Oregon, in our volume xxi, p. 60, note 38; for the rendezvous at this place... ...er,^® resembles, in nakedness '* For the route of the first portion of the Oregon trail, over which De Smet went out, see Wyeth's Oregon^ in our volum... ..., p. 183, in- cluding note 31. — -Ed. *^ For Independence Rock see Wyeth's Oregon, in our voliune xxi, p. 53, note 34.—Ed. 1841-1842] De Smet's Lette... ...ing to want of thought or attention, or to the stubborn disposition of the team. Brother Charles Huet found himself all at once on the border of a dee... ...a proof of their attachment, we lost what we considered the most safe, the team of the carriage. The gears had been cut to enable the mules to reach t...

...ckenridge's Journal up the Missouri, 1811 ; Francháere's Voyage to Northwest coast, 1811-1814 -- v. 7. Ross's Adventures of the first settlers on the Oregon or Columbia River, 1810-1813 -- v. 8. Buttrick's Voyages, 1812-1819 ; Evan's Pedestrious tour, 1818 -- v. 9. Flint's Letters from America, 1818-1820 -- v. 10. Hulme's Journal, 1818-19 ; Flower's Letters from the Illino...

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Oregon City, Oregon

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... Nickname(s): End of the Oregon Trail, OC Motto: Urbs... ...te) Location in Oregon Coordinates: ... ... State Oregon County ... ... www.orcity.org Oregon City is the county seat of Clackamas County, Oregon, located on the ... ... History Oregon City and the Willamette Falls in 1867 ... ... Jonah Nickerson, pitcher for the Oregon State Beavers men's baseball team, and the Most Outstanding Player of the 2006 College World Series ...

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