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  • Portland, Oregon: Its History and Builders  (1911)  by Joseph Gaston 1770264Portland, Oregon: Its History and BuildersJoseph Gaston1911 In three
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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Portland (Oregon) 1718487Collier's New Encyclopedia — Portland (Oregon) PORTLAND, a city, port of entry, and county-seat
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  • Volume XIX Portland (Oregon) 1716970Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume XIX — Portland (Oregon) PORTLAND, the largest city of Oregon, in the
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 22 Portland (Oregon) 13087271911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 22 — Portland (Oregon) PORTLAND, a city, port of entry and
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  • American Cyclopædia Portland (Oregon) 1717761The American Cyclopædia — Portland (Oregon) PORTLAND, the chief city of Oregon, capital of Multnomah
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  • Portland, Oregon: Its History and Builders, volume 3  (1911)  by Joseph Gaston 1770224Portland, Oregon: Its History and Builders, volume 3Joseph
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  • Portland, Oregon: Its History and Builders, volume 2  (1911)  by Joseph Gaston 1770230Portland, Oregon: Its History and Builders, volume 2Joseph
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  • Portland, Oregon: Its History and Builders, volume 1  (1911)  by Joseph Gaston 1770260Portland, Oregon: Its History and Builders, volume 1Joseph
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  • States Postal Service located at 630 Northeast Killingsworth Avenue in Portland, Oregon, as the "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Post Office". Be it enacted by
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  • APPT.,  v.  I. L. PATTERSON, COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOR THE PORT OF PORTLAND, OREGON.  Argued: and Submitted April 21, 1902. --- Decided: May 19, 1902
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  • citizens of the state of Oregon, as makers of a promissory note, in the words and figures following: '$10,000. Portland, Oregon, Aug. 9, 1886. Six months
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  • severally held by Weinhard and Williams in the Commercial National Bank of Portland, Oregon; Williams owning 60 shares of the par value of $6,000, and Weinhard
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  • steamship Haytian Republic, a steamship plying between the port of Portland, Oregon, in the United States, and Vancouver, in the province of British Columbia
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  • Pocahontas (county) Pocahontas Polk, James Knox Polygamy Portland (Maine) Portland (Oregon) Porto Rico Powers, Hiram Powers, Mechanical Poweshiek Powhatan
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  • Rose Festival (Portland, Oregon) letter, April 15, 1909  (1909)  by Portland Rose Festival 1731573Rose Festival (Portland, Oregon) letter, April
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  • district land office which shall be established and maintained at Portland, Oregon. The district land offices at Pierre, South Dakota, and Bismarck,
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  • the first part of the advertisement for carrying the mail between Portland, Oregon, by Port Townsend, W. T., and San Juan to Sitka, Alaska. In March,
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  • world in 1869-'72, and subsequently conducted theatrical shows in Portland, Oregon, and San Francisco, Cal., in partnership with his brother, Rodney,
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  • Portland Railway Light Power Company v. Railroad Commission of Oregon Syllabus 850555Portland Railway Light Power Company v. Railroad Commission of
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  • J. O'Reilly, rector of the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Portland, Oregon, and editor of the "Catholic Sentinel" was named its first bishop and
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