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Genealogical material in Oregon donation land claims

abstracted from applications by Genealogical Forum of Portland, Oregon
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Portland, Oregon : Genealogical Forum of Portland, Oregon, 1957-1975
5 v. : maps.


To view a digital version of Vol. 1 of this item click here.

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Volumes are individually indexed.

Contents: v. 1. Land claims (no. 1-2500) filed at Oregon City Land Office -- v. 2. Land claims (no. 2501-5287) filed at Oregon City Land Office -- v. 3. Land claims (no. 1-2141) filed at Roseburg, The Dalles, and La Grande land offices -- v. 4. Rejected applications at Oregon City, Roseburg, and The Dalles land offices -- v. 5. Supplement to v. 1 compiled by Lottie L. Gurley.

Vol. 2 is photocopy.

Also available on microfilm, microfiche, and digital images.



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