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Joel Palmer Papers, 1783-1982

  • Mss 114
  • Collection
  • 1783-1982

The papers consist of four groups of materials acquired by the Oregon Historical Society at various times. The first group, designated Mss 114, consists of correspondence (1848-1869) concerning the conduct of Indian affairs in Oregon, enlistment o...

Palmer, Joel, 1810-1881

Mss 114

Consists of correspondence (1848-1869) concerning the conduct of Indian affairs in Oregon, enlistment of a state militia, and efforts to establish a Union League Council. Correspondents include Benjamin Alvord, Jesse Applegate, Benjamin Bonneville...

Palmer, Joel, 1810-1881

Millar, Reverend James P.

Reverend James P. Millar/Miller, a minister of the United Presbyterian church. He was killed at Canemah, Oregon Territory, on April 8, 1854, by the explosion of the steamer Gazelle. His wife, Amanda, suffered two broken ribs from the incident. The...

Crosby, Mary (Lincoln)

Labeled as being Clara (Smith) Crosby, but she was the wife of Alfred Crosby. The matching card to this one is of Nathaniel Crosby, Jr. His wife was Mary (Lincoln) Crosby.

Lewis, Rev. William Scott and Julia (Pierce)

Reverend W. S. Lewis (1827-1865), pioneer of 1852, and his wife, Julia (Pierce)(1830-1904). They married Sept. 20, 1849, in Logan, Ohio. Lewis was a Minister of the Taylor St. Methodist Episcopal Church from 1858-59 and was active in the Methodist...

Judson, Reverend Lewis Hubbell

Reverend Lewis Hubbell Judson, pioneer of 1840. One of the reinforcements of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. Judson is said to have arrived on the sailing vessel 'Lausanne' in 1840. He was born in New York, settled in Marion County,...

Cartes-de-Visite Collection

  • Org. Lot 500
  • Collection

Cartes-de-visite are a form of card photograph popular from around 1860 to the early 1900s, typically used for portraiture. The common construction of these cards consists of a thin albumen print mounted on a thicker card backing measuring 2.5 x...

Keeler, Sylvia M. (Marshall)

Sylvia M. Marshall, who married Julius M. Keeler, a teacher in early Portland and Forest Grove. They had one surviving son, Percival Keeler, who was born in 1853 in Oregon, and was a bookkeeper in San Francisco in 1880. She died in 1858 in Napa, C...

McLoughlin, John

Dr. John McLoughlin, the "father of Oregon." See numerous biographies and materials at OHS.http://librarycatalog.ohs.org/EOSWebOPAC/OPAC/Details/Record.aspx?BibCode=2671152

Bagley, Susannah Rogers (Whipple)

Susannah Rogers Whipple, who married Rev. Daniel Bagley on August 15, 1840. She was born in 1819, raised in Massachusetts, and died in Seattle in 1913. Their son was Clarence B. Bagley.http://librarycatalog.ohs.org/EOSWebOPAC/OPAC/Details/Record.a...

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