Reminiscences of Oregon pioneers

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East Oregonian Publishing Co. , Pendleton, Or
Frontier and pioneer life -- Oregon -- Umatilla County., Pioneers -- Oregon., Pendleton (Or.) -- His


Pendleton (Or.), Oregon, Umatilla County., Or

Statementcompiled by the Pioneer Ladies Club, Pendleton, Oregon.
ContributionsJohnson, Mary E. Benson.
LC ClassificationsF882.U4 P5
The Physical Object
Pagination257 p. 24 cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6376868M
LC Control Number38029149

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