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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 childr...

Halleck, Maj. Gen. Henry Wager

Major General Henry Wager Halleck, an expert in military studies, known as "Old Brains." He helped in California's admission as a state, and was a lawyer and land developer. He served as General-in-Chief of all Union armies during t...

Lowell, Daniel W.

Daniel W. Lowell (1822-1878), who married Ellen "Robie" Willard in Olympia in December 1859. He was a purser on the Lot Whitcomb, a Columbia River steamboat.

Joslyn, Erastus S.

Erastus S. Joslyn, pioneer of 1852, born in Massachusetts, September 17, 1825. He and his wife, Mary (Warner), arrived in White Salmon, Washington Territory, in 1853. He represented Skamania County in the Washington Territorial Legislature on seve...

Pearne, Reverend Thomas H.

Rev. Thomas H. Pearne, missionary to Oregon Territory of 1851 and Methodist minister. He was the founder of the Pacific Christian Advocate in 1854 in Portland. He married Ann P. Root in 1841 in New York. They left Oregon in about 1866 for Ohio, an...

Buchtel & Cardwell (Portland, Or.)

Humiston, C. N.

C. N. Humiston, a Portland, Oregon, resident in 1859 and wholesale liquor dealer.http://librarycatalog.ohs.org/EOSWebOPAC/OPAC/Details/Record.aspx?BibCode=7143002

Joslyn, Erastus S.

Erastus S. Joslyn, pioneer of 1852, born in Massachusetts, September 17, 1825. He and his wife, Mary (Warner), arrived in White Salmon, Washington Territory, in 1853. He represented Skamania County in the Washington Territorial Legislature on seve...

Knight, Clara Eleanor (Smith)

Clara Eleanor Smith (b. circa 1840, IN), who married Rev. Plutarch Stewart Knight (1836-1914) on April 21, 1861, in Salem. He was a pioneer of 1847, who was the state librarian (1862-64), the principal of the school for deaf and mute children in S...

Lyman, Mary (Denison)

Mary Denison, born in Vermont, in 1821, came from a Puritan background. She married Horace Lyman two weeks before leaving New York for Oregon via Cape Horn. They arrived in 1849 and settled in Portland. She died in Forest Grove in 1874.http://libr...

Montgomery, J. H. (Salem, Or.)

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