3 edition of George Bond"s journal of the family"s immigration to Oregon in 1853. found in the catalog.
George Bond"s journal of the family"s immigration to Oregon in 1853.
|Contributions||Bond, C. A., Pacific Northwest History Collection.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
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Bond, George, b. Title George Bond's journal of the family's immigration to Oregon in Dates Quantity linear feet, (1 folder) Collection Number SFM Summary The George Bond papers comprise a photocopy of a published typescript in which a segment of George Bond's diary in transcribed. The segment concerns the.
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See what others have contributed about your ancestors. Relatives on the Oregon Trail Yesterday I wrote about my 3rd gt-grandfather, Seth Hayes, who traveled the Oregon Trail in In March I wrote about his daughter, Huldah (Hayes) Bond, my 2nd gt-grandmother who was in that same wagon train. The Organic And Other General Laws Of Oregon: Together With The National Constitution And Other Public Acts And Statutes Of The United States, [Lane, Lafayette, Oregon, Matthew Paul Deady] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Organic And Other General Laws Of Oregon: Together With The National Constitution And Other Public Acts And Author: Lafayette Lane. Emigrants to Oregon in John AUCOCK (c bef ): m'd LANE, Susan; sent to the Northwest in as part of the settlement from Canada; by family is living in New York and John Aucock is not enumerated with them.
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