4 edition of Military wagon-road from Vancouver Barracks. To Portland, Oregon. found in the catalog.
Military wagon-road from Vancouver Barracks. To Portland, Oregon.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs.
|Other titles||Repair and improvement of military wagon-road from Vancouver Barracks to Portland, Oregon|
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Celebrating Years of the Mullan Military Wagon Road Saddlers and Blacksmiths to the Escort of Lieut. Mullan on the Fort Benton Road” from the Quartermaster Department of Oregon at Fort Vancouver dated lists the names and salaries: Armstrong earned $80 a month while the other men received $ via Benton and. Pearson Airpark: The Army Air Field at the Vancouver Barracks was named in for young Alexander Pearson, an army pilot killed while attempting a speed run. Pleasant Valley: Bounded approximately by Northeast 29th Avenue on the west, Northeast 72nd Avenue on the east, Northeast th Street on the north and Northeast th Street on the south.
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The Oregon Central Military Road Map depicts a portion of the Oregon Central Military Road as surveyed in July-September, The Oregon Central Military Road was constructed and maintained by the Oregon Central Military Wagon Road Company that was incorporated in Eugene, Oregon, in The Stone Bridge is a causeway built by the United States Army in It crosses the marshy channel that connects Hart Lake and Crump Lake in a remote area of Lake County in eastern Oregon, United was later incorporated into the Oregon Central Military Wagon Road which was completed in The wagon road eventually became the subject of scandal and litigation ending with a United Location: Rural Lake County, Oregon.
Committee on Claims, 2 books Bart H. Vanderveen, 2 books W. Severinghaus, 2 books W. Davies, 2 books Dennis R. Spence, 1 book Hellmut Homberg, 1 book United States.
War Dept., 1 book Horst Scheibert, 1 book Denis Bishop, 1 book Wolfgang W. Baus, 1 book Roberto Pereira de Andrade, 1 book Graham, Ian, 1 book Fletcher, David, 1 book. The Dalles Military Road, also known as The Dalles – Boise Military Wagon Road, was a midth century wagon road surveyed and barely built by The Dalles Military Road Company between and To qualify for government land grants, the company was supposed to build a wagon road from The Dalles, Oregon, to Fort Boise in r, the company's road, on which it spent about $6, The Oregon Central Military Road Map depicts a portion of the Oregon Central Military Road as surveyed in July-September The hand-drawn manuscript map depicts the daily progress of the survey party, which was accompanied by a U.S.
Army cavalry escort. InBynon J. Pengra organized the Central Oregon Military Wagon Road Company based in Eugene City and claimed a land grant of more thanacres, of which onlyacres were actually given to the company. The route, scouted by Pengra and William Odell (Odell Lake is named for him), headed up the valley from Eugene to Oakridge.
Inthe “old” “Vancouver” was built in Portland for the Portland and Vancouver Railway Co. and came to Vancouver on Aug. 16, On Jthe ferry caught fire and burned to the waterline, completely destroying the deck house. Records of an Oregon company that constructed and ran a military road from Eugene to the Owyhee River.
Records date from to and include correspondence, organizational records, legal records, road superintendents' reports, financial records, stock books, and certificates.
The accident and the payment from the wagon road sale shook Erskine loose from Portland. In the lat spring ofthey bought a house at Broadway on Russian Hill in San Francisco.
In andthough it was a difficult and traumatic time, Wood was quite productive, turning out Maia and Sonnets along with a revision of The Poet in. Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.)JanuP Im brought to you by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR, and the National. Even before the advent of a U.S.
Army Air Service field at Vancouver Barracks in and the eventual dedication of “Pearson Field” inaviation had early hallmarks at Vancouver Barracks.
As part of the Lewis and Clark — — Map (db m) HM. Oregon sentinel., JanuImage 4. appropriates 8, to improve the military wagon road from Vancouver barracks- to Portland, as recommended by Gen.
Miles; andfor. the erection of a custom house and appraiser's biulding or bonded warehouse at Portland; to create a new customs district of Yaquina with New port as the. The diary consists of notes made day by day, usually, as Kearny progressed from San Francisco, Sacramento to Oregon City, Portland, Columbia Barracks and Vancouver and thence back to California.
The book in which the notes appear is five inches by two and a. Vancouver Barracks in Washington also served as a conditioning and enrollee distribution center. These centers were the first stopping places for the locally enrolled men as well as for enrollees arriving by train from eastern corps areas as far away as Florida, Louisiana, North and South Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Minnesota, and Missouri.
his bride to Vancouver Barracks where their son Erskine was born a year later. When General Howard was appointed superintendent of West Point inC.E. Scott Wood went with him as adjutant.
On one of Mark Twain's periodic visits to the Academy, Wood extended him the hospitality of the school and agreed to publish secretly on the. The Military Road traveled from Fort Boise to Fort Dalles. The route went into Malheur County from Fort Boise to Camp Colfax (), near Ironside Mountain.
From there, it passed into Grant County to Camp Logan near Strawberry Creek, and down along the John Day River to Canyon City and on to Camp Lincoln, which is the present site of Dayville. In a Sept. 2,article in the Oregon Sentinel in Jacksonville, Franklin B.
Sprague reported the new wagon road would be completed late in August, creating a roughly mile vital link in the. Oregon & Pacific Northwest History The citations in this section are generally limited to works that focus on the state or region as a whole, areas near or significantly associated with Portland (for instance the Willamette Valley); and/or topics or themes of particular relevance to Portland and Oregon history.
The maps in this collection are predominantly of the Pacific Northwest and, more particularly, of Washington State. Typical information furnished for each of the separate maps described includes title, publisher, artist, cartographer and/or engraver (when known), as well as special notes, e.g., manuscript map, photocopy, facsimile, etc.
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Military Roads of the Old West. A Scouting Expedition for a Military Road on the New Mexico Frontier From to the army had a post on the plaza in Las Vegas, New Mexico.
The army hoped the Pecos ran south in such a way that an easy road from the river to Albuquerque could be surveyed--though as it turned out, the Pecos did not flow in the direction army planners hoped it would.The first wagon road from the Yamhill to Tillamook, now High did not use the Old Elk Trail.
It went northwest 25 miles from Grand Ronde Agency to Hebo. Motorists of the s driving to Taft and the Lincoln County beaches had to go 45 miles to reach Otis on the lower Salmon River, whereas the old trail and toll road down the Salmon was.Letter of Ap reporting exploration for a wagon road.
District of Oregon, Letters Received Book National Archives. Letter of October 5, asking appropriations for funds to repair a bridge. District of Oregon, Letters Received Book National Archives.