2014-8-26Portland has reached triple digit temperatures in all five months from May through September The highest temperature ever recorded was 107 F (42 C) [41] on July 30 1965 as well as August 8 and 10 1981 [42] The record warm daily minimum is 74 F (23 C) on July 28 2009 the last of three occasions [42] Jedediah Strong Smith (January 6 1799 – May 27 1831) was a hunter trapper fur trader trailblazer author cartographer and explorer of the Rocky Mountains the American West Coast and the Southwest during the 19th century [1] Nearly forgotten by historians almost a century after his death Smith has been rediscovered as an American hero who was the first white man to travel overland

The Umpqua Trapper 1980

Index to the Umpqua Trapper: 1965-1969 | 1970 - 1979 2001 - present Back Issues of The Umpqua Trapper 1965 to present are available They are $3 50 each Postage for one issue is $1 00 Complete sets of The Umpqua Trapper are available: $225 00 plus $6 00 for shipping and handling Send Orders to: Umpqua Trapper Back Issues Douglas County

The Gerald W Williams Collection of Foresty and Northwest History Publications consists of materials assembled and acquired by Williams in the course of his work as a Forest Service sociologist and historian and due to his avocational interest in the history of forestry as a science and profession and the regional history of the Pacific Northwest

2017-9-22These coal reserves are leased and mined by Trapper Mining Inc a Delaware non-stock corporation operated on a cooperative basis in which PacifiCorp has an ownership interest of 21 4% (2) These coal reserves are leased by PacifiCorp and mined by a wholly owned subsidiary of PacifiCorp

2020-4-9NORTH UMPQUA 0 to 10 Cavitt Creek 0 to 10 6 Jim Creek Little River 0 to 25 4 25 4 to 30 2 SILETZ-YAQUINA 0 to 29 5 Drew Creek SIUSLAW Family Travelling sideband Deschutes sideband 0 to 3 2 McLeod Creek Morris Creek 0 to 3 9 North Fork Siuslaw River 0 4 to 27 3 Taylor Creek 0 to 2 3 SOUTH UMPQUA 0 to 2 1 Jackson Creek 0 to 25 South Umpqua River

2019-10-24Portland is the largest city in the U S state of Oregon and the seat of Multnomah County located near the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers According to the 2010 Census it had a population of 583 776 [9] estimated to have reached 619 360 in 2014 [7][9] making it the 28th most populous city in the United States

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2018-7-9Photos General information Umpqua River south jetty area is specifically considered Some recommendations given 6 Lawrence William Umpqua Valley looking southeast showing prune orchard and corn field to the right of the river On the north side may be seen the extent of a stream as shown by the line of firs bordered by a zone of oaks

2014-8-26Portland has reached triple digit temperatures in all five months from May through September The highest temperature ever recorded was 107 F (42 C) [41] on July 30 1965 as well as August 8 and 10 1981 [42] The record warm daily minimum is 74 F (23 C) on July 28 2009 the last of three occasions [42]

2020-6-13Identification Adults Nycteola frididana is a small moth (FW length 12–14 mm) that occurs in forests during spring and early summer It has a rectangular forewing shape variable silver gray medium gray or dark smoky gray color and variable pattern of dark spots and sinuous transverse lines

2020-4-18Jedediah Strong [Fuerte] Smith (Jericho Nueva York 6 de enero de 1799 – presumiblemente fallecido el 27 de mayo de 1831) fue un cazador trampero comerciante de pieles pionero autor cartgrafo y explorador de las Montaas s de la Costa Oeste de Estados Unidos y del Suroeste de Estados Unidos durante el siglo XIX [1] :7 [2] [3]

2020-2-19Index to the Umpqua Trapper 1965-1999 A name index to The Umpqua Trapper history quarterly of the Douglas County [ Oregon ] Historical Society I've corrected as many typographical errors as I dare without referring to the quarterlies Remaining errors and word choices of the compiler can locate some references wildly out of place

Nick Lyons Books One of the classics – nice drawings from the period and huge index of patterns Any serious tier has to at the least peruse this one H I(d) M 340 pp Hard bound (3 Copies ) Flies c 1965 c 1970 c 1974 (signed by editor) 1979 1981 and 1986 Fly Patterns of the Umpqua Feather Merchants Kaufmann Randall

2012-3-20UV INDEX: 2 0-2 minimal 3-4 low 5-6 moderate 7-9 high '10+ very high BAROMETRIC PRESSURE Monday at 3 p m ' 29 95 in DEW POINT Monday at 3 p m 67 HUMIDITY Monday at 3 p m 90% POLLEN COUNT** Trees and grasses were moderate and weeds were absent LUght - only extreme allergic will show symp: toms moderate - most allergic will experience

Jedediah Strong Smith (January 6 1799 – May 27 1831) was a hunter trapper fur trader trailblazer author cartographer and explorer of the Rocky Mountains the American West Coast and the Southwest during the 19th century [1] Nearly forgotten by historians almost a century after his death Smith has been rediscovered as an American hero who was the first white man to travel overland

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2013-11-165 From Umpqua Weekly Oregonian 1862 1862 Jan 11 p 2 OSU Libraries: Valley Microfilm AN U5 O67 Umpqua River climate precipitation flooding coastal hazards history Published Jan 11 1862 Report from Fort Umpqua dated Dec 12-14 1861 on the Umpqua

2020-5-25Index to the Umpqua Trapper 1965-2020 A completely new index to The Umpqua Trapper history quarterly of the Douglas County [Oregon] Historical Society The index will open as a Word file in another window Click the links to access earlier versions: 1965-1999 index

2016-7-14Fall 1999 Volume 37 #3 Carnegie Andrew 1 4-5 7 Salem Railroad Depot Describes the history of the railroad passenger stations and freight depot/baggage sheds in Salem from 1871 to 1999 Gardner Abner Operated the drugstore/post office stagecoach stop in Stayton Built a mansion topped by an elegant eight-sided cupola Volume 37 #4 Winter 1999

2006-12-3The word's origin is a complete mystery Here are some theories: It may have been a misreading of the word Ouisconsin on an early map it may derive from the word ooligan an Indian word for the smelt a fish widely traded in the western parts of North America

2007-12-19Complete sets of The Umpqua Trapper are available: $320 00 (1968-2008) plus handling postage and insurance Also available: Treasures from the Trapper a collection of stories from the first 30 years of The Umpqua Trapper $12 50 plus $2 postage Index to The Umpqua Trapper 1965-2000 compiled by Kenneth Shrum $15 00 including postage

2019-10-24Portland is the largest city in the U S state of Oregon and the seat of Multnomah County located near the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers According to the 2010 Census it had a population of 583 776 [9] estimated to have reached 619 360 in 2014 [7][9] making it the 28th most populous city in the United States

2017-9-22These coal reserves are leased and mined by Trapper Mining Inc a Delaware non-stock corporation operated on a cooperative basis in which PacifiCorp has an ownership interest of 21% The amount included above represents only PacifiCorp's 21% interest in the coal reserves PacifiCorp does not operate the Trapper Mine

2020-6-5Identification Adults Acronicta dactylina is a large powdery medium-gray moth (FW length 24 - 26 mm) that is found in forests throughout the Northwest and that lacks the forewing dashes that are typical of this genus The subterminal area adjacent to the postmedial line is usually shaded with gray or brownish gray The median area is similar due to a diffuse median line that runs through

Nick Lyons Books One of the classics – nice drawings from the period and huge index of patterns Any serious tier has to at the least peruse this one H I(d) M 340 pp Hard bound (3 Copies ) Flies c 1965 c 1970 c 1974 (signed by editor) 1979 1981 and 1986 Fly Patterns of the Umpqua Feather Merchants Kaufmann Randall