by Michael McKenzie
Sometime around the summer of 1944, ten-year-old Douglas Owen found the 120-pound basalt rock shown above near the town of Bates, located about thirty miles ...
1860 Census, Coos County
by U. S. Census
This document is a typewritten transcript of the 1860 Schedule of Free Inhabitants in Coos County’s Coquille Precinct. It was transcribed from a microfilm copy ...
Abandoned Ranch, Christmas Valley, 1963
by Al Monner, Oregon Journal
This photograph was taken in April 1963 by Oregon Journal photographer Al Monner. It shows an abandoned ranch in southeastern Oregon’s Christmas Valley.
During the ...
Abigail Scott Duniway votes
by Abell & Son
Abigail Scott Duniway, sister of Daily Oregonian editor Harvey Scott, was a novelist, newspaper publisher, teacher, pioneer, milliner, and suffragist. An overland pioneer of 1852 ...
Advertisement, Vote 314x Yes
by P.S. Malcom
This paid advertisement in support of Measure 314, the compulsory public school attendance bill, appeared in many newspapers across the state in the weeks prior ...