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Central Oregon place names

Steve Lent

Central Oregon place names

by Steve Lent

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Published by Maverick Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crook County,
  • Crook County (Or.),
  • Gazetteers,
  • History,
  • Names, Geographical,
  • Oregon

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12302451M
    ISBN 101930405111
    ISBN 109781930405110

    Thanks for liking our page! It's growing slowly but very surely. We are careful to chose the very best favorites. Our latest is ByDesign Media: Dedicated to providing an affordable, effective online presence and media material for growing community businesses and non-profit organizations -making a contribution to the economic and wellness growth of our nation’s ers: As names aficionado Lewis McArthur reported in his book Oregon Geographic Names: In the early days “sin” was considered an unavoidable adjunct of life in the cattle and sheep country. During the summer one or more of the female entrepreneurs from Vale would set up facilities under canvas in this accessible but secluded meadow a mile.

      All of these fascinating tidbits come from local historian Steve Lent’s newest book, “Central Oregon Place Names Volume III: Deschutes County.”. Find groups in Bend, Oregon about Book Club and meet people in your local community who share your interests. COVID advisory For the health and safety of Meetup communities, we're advising that all events be Central Oregon Motorcycle Touring.

    Located 35 miles northeast of Bend, Oregon is the charming city of Prineville, Oregon. With a population of only 9, people, Prineville is the oldest city of Central Oregon. The locals carry tremendous pride in being the oldest high desert town of Central Oregon as they are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. What’s In A Name: Steve Lent’s New Book Troy Field Memoir: The Tale of a Landmark An almost year quest to answer that question ended this spring with the publication of Central Oregon Place Names, Volume III: Deschutes County. See Page 5 Troy Field is the last open space in downtown Bend. The field is to be sold.


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