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Humiston, C. N.

C. N. Humiston was a wholesale liquor merchant in Portland by 1859, and partial proprietor of Humiston, Wilson & Co. on Front Street. He was born in about 1832 in New York.

Hines, Rev. Gustavus

Reverend Gustavus Hines, Methodist missionary, was born in Herkimer County, New York on September 6, 1809. In 1839, Hines was appointed a missionary to Oregon and traveled on the ship Lausanne with his wife, Lydia. Initially, Hines was assigned to assist Jason Lee in exploring the Umpqua Valley for a possible mission site. He spent the remainder of his missionary service, however, at the Willamette Mission. In 1843, Hines was one of the founders of the Provisional Government of Oregon. He returned to the East by ship in 1845-1846. Gustavus Hines died on December 9, 1873.

Harding, Benjamin F.

Benjamin F. Harding, pioneer of 1849 to Marion County, Oregon, and U.S. Senator (1861-1865).

Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries (New York)

Hanna, Joseph A.

Joseph A. Hanna, pioneer of 1852, and one of the first Presbyterian ministers in Oregon. He settled in Marysville (now Corvallis) and helped to form the first Presbyterian society in Portland, but that dissolved in 1853. He married Esther Belle McMillan.

Blain, Wilson Robert

Wilson Robert Blain, born in about 1848 in Indiana, to Wilson and Elizabeth Blain. He was the younger brother of Leighton Blain. He remained in Oregon until just before his death in Dayton, Ohio, in 1920.

Thompson & Paxton (Photographers)

Beekman, Cornelius C.

Cornelius C. Beekman was a gold freighter, Wells Fargo agent for 42 years, and banker. Beekman founded the second bank in the Pacific Northwest, Beekman Bank in Jacksonville, Oregon.

Britt, Peter, 1819-1905

Beekman, Cornelius C.

Cornelius C. Beekman was a gold freighter, Wells Fargo agent for 42 years, and banker. Beekman founded the second bank in the Pacific Northwest, Beekman Bank in Jacksonville, Oregon.

Britt, Peter, 1819-1905

Barclay, Maria (Pambrun)

Maria, a daughter of Hudson Bay Company's chief factor, Pierre Chrysoloque Pambrun and Catherine Humperville. She was born at Fraser Lake, British Columbia, on October 25, 1826. She married Dr. Forbes Barclay and lived in Oregon City until her death in April of 1890.

Bagley, Alice (Mercer)

Alice Mercer, who married Clarence B. Bagley in 1865 and was a pioneer of 1852. She was born October 26, 1848, in Illinois. They settled in Seattle, where Clarence was in the newspaper industry and on the Board of Public Works. They had two children. She died in Seattle in October 1913.

Beatie, Charles Fountain

Charles Fountain Beatie, born in 1827 in Virginia, an Oregon pioneer. He married Nancy Jane Litell in August of 1853 in Clackamas County. They had eight children. He died at Oregon City in 1882.

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