THE OREGON TERRITORY AND ITS PIONEERS

THE OREGON TERRITORY AND ITS PIONEERS

On August 14, 1848, Congress created the Oregon Territory, an area encompassing present-day Oregon, Idaho, Washington, and parts of western Montana and Wyoming. Peter Burnett, a Missouri lawyer who joined an expedition to the Oregon Territory in 1843, hoped to make enough money there to repay his accumulated debt.

On August Congress created the Oregon Territory, an area encompassing present-day Oregon, Idaho, Washington, and parts of western Montana and Wyoming.

The Polks could have really driven home the point about the proper border of the Oregon territory.

What U.S. History Would Have Been Like With Hashtags

Make social media work for you! Students take a primary source picture, and add a hashtag that encapsulizes the mission/goal/accomplishment the person had. Love this because students MUST know all about the historical person to create a good hashtag!

What did the War of 1812 actually accomplish? Important legacy: new sense of national identity | syracuse.com

Important legacy: new sense of national identity

Voices of the Oregon Territory Conversations With Bullwhackers, Muleskinners, Pioneers, Prospectors, 49Ers, Indian Fighters (Lockley Files): Fred Lockley:

Voices of the Oregon Territory Conversations With Bullwhackers, Muleskinners, Pioneers, Prospectors, 49Ers, Indian Fighters (Lockley Files): Fred Lockley:

Obsolete OREGON TERRITORIAL RANCH-RANGE SECURITY BADGE PATCH Jackson Co Enamel

Obsolete OREGON TERRITORIAL RANCH-RANGE SECURITY BADGE PATCH Jackson Co Enamel

Security Badge, Enamel, Badges, Scotch, Ranch, Oregon, Nameplate, Jackson, Isomalt

Obsolete OREGON TERRITORIAL RANCH-RANGE SECURITY BADGE PATCH NAMEPLATE Glazier

Obsolete OREGON TERRITORIAL RANCH-RANGE SECURITY BADGE PATCH NAMEPLATE Glazier

Security Badge, Nameplate, Ranch, Oregon, Ebay, Family Name Signs

1936 3c Oregon Territory Centennia - Catalog # 783 For Sale at Mystic Stamp Company

1936 Oregon Territory Centennia - Catalog # 783 For Sale at Mystic Stamp Company

3. Washington was originally part of Oregon Territory from 1848 to 1853!

9 Things You Didn't Know About the History of Washington

Washington was originally part of Oregon Territory from 1848 to

Christianity, a Matter of Choice: The Historic Role of Indian Catechists in Oregon Territory and British Columbia :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Textual Portion

Christianity, a Matter of Choice: The Historic Role of Indian Catechists in Oregon Territory and British Columbia :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Textual Portion

Oregon Territory America Rock Art Petroglyphs Pictographs (12,000 photographs in the galleries)

Oregon Territory America Rock Art Petroglyphs Pictographs photographs in the galleries)

ROCK ART IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER DRAINAGE AREA

The ongoing project to photograph rock art in the Oregon Territory. The Oregon Territory of North America was originally organized in 1848 and included the entire U.

GEORGE WASHINGTON (1817-1905), former slave, son of an African American slave and a woman of English descent, came to the Oregon Territory with his former owner in 1850, to establish a farm. In 1875, George and his wife, Mary Jane Washington, founded the town of Centerville (now Centralia), in Lewis County in Southwest Washington.  (Oregon Historical Society) photo: circa 1900.

GEORGE WASHINGTON was a former slave, who came to the Oregon Territory with his former owner in established a farm and later founded Centralia, WA (Oregon Historical Society)

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