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Jesse Applegate : Oregon pioneer

by William D. Miner
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Indiana] : Indiana University, c1948
v, 161 leaves : map.

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Bibliography: p. 150-161.

Jesse Applegate (1811-1888) was born in Kentucky. His family had been in America since 1635 and he descended from a pioneering family which had moved from New Jersey to Kentucky in 1783. In about 1825 Jesse moved to Missouri where he met and married Cynthia Ann Parker in 1831. In 1843 Jesse and his young family emigrated to the Oregon country where they settled in the Willamette Valley at Salt Creek. Jesse was involved in building the territorial and, later, state government and was an influential man in the early years of Oregon. Jesse was the father of thirteen children.

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