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F History: United States (Regional), and the Americas (Go to start of category)
F880 .H66 1852 [Info] Life on the Plains of the Pacific: Oregon, Its History, Condition and Prospects, Containing a Description of the Geography, Climate and Productions, with Personal Adventures Among the Indians During a Residence of the Author on the Plains Bordering the Pacific While Connected with the Oregon Mission, Embracing Extended Notes of a Voyage Around the World (Buffalo: G. H. Derby and Co.; Chicago: Hewson and Denison, 1852), by Gustavus Hines (page images at HathiTrust)
F880 .H85 [Info] The Mississippi Valley in the Movement for Fifty-Four Forty or Fight (reprinted from Proceedings of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association; Cedar Rapids, IA: Torch Press, ca. 1912), by Daniel Wait Howe (multiple formats at Indiana)
F880 .I75 [Info] Astoria: or, Anecdotes of an Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains, by Washington Irving
F880 .I75 1861 [Info] Astoria: or, Anecdotes of an Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains (Works of Washington Irving, new edition, v8; New York: G. P. Putnam, 1861), by Washington Irving (page images at MOA)
F880 .K34 [Info] Hall J. Kelley, One of the Fathers of Oregon (extract from The Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society, 1901), by Frances Fuller Victor
F880 .M17 [Info] Dr. John McLoughlin, The Father of Oregon (Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1907), by Frederick V. Holman (JavaScript-dependent page images at Legacy Washington)
F880 .M17 D9 [Info] McLoughlin and Old Oregon: A Chronicle (fourth edition; Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co., 1902), by Eva Emery Dye (multiple formats at
F880 .M375 [Info] Acquisition of Oregon, and the Long Suppressed Evidence About Marcus Whitman (2 volumes; Seattle: Lowman and Hanford, 1911), by William I. Marshall
F880 .M45 [Info] Ox-Team Days on the Oregon Trail (Yonkers-on-Hudson, NY: World Book Co., 1922), by Ezra Meeker and Howard R. Driggs, illust. by F. N. Wilson (JavaScript-dependent page images at Legacy Washington)
F880 .N92 [Info] Notices and Voyages of the Famed Quebec Mission to the Pacific Northwest (Portland: Oregon Historical Society, c1956), ed. by Eric Landerholm, contrib. by Francis Norbert Blanchet, Modeste Demers, J.-B. Z. Bolduc, and Antoine Langlois (page images at HathiTrust)
F880 .R81 [Info] Adventures of the First Settlers on the Oregon or Columbia River (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1849), by Alexander Ross (page images in Germany)
F880 .R85 [Info] The Fur Hunters of the Far West: A Narrative of Adventures in the Oregon and Rocky Mountains (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1855), by Alexander Ross
F880 .S2 [Info] Across the Plains in 1844, by Catherine Sager (HTML at PBS)
F880 .W5 [Info] The Letters and Journals of Narcissa Whitman, 1836-1847, by Narcissa Prentiss Whitman (HTML at PBS)
F880 .W97 [Info] Oregon, or A Short History of a Long Journey, by John B. Wyeth (HTML at
F881 .O72 [Info] The Pacific Northwest (New York, 1882), by Oregon State Board of Emigration (page images at LOC)
F881 .T4 [Info] Reminiscences of a Pioneer (1912), by William Thompson (multiple formats at
F881 .U45 [Info] Oregon, Washington, and Alaska: Sights and Scenes for the Tourist (1890), by E. L. Lomax (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
F881 .U552 [Info] Sights and Scenes in Oregon, Washington and Alaska for Tourists, by Union Pacific Railway Company (page images at LOC)
F882 .C53 C36 1995 [Info] Administrative History: Fort Clatsop National Memorial, Oregon, by Kelly June Cannon (illustrated HTML at National Park Service)
F882 .C63 O64 1920 [Info] Oregon's Famous Columbia River Highway: A Descriptive View Book in Colors, Reproducing from Actual Photographs the Most Prominent Views of America's Now Most Famous and Featured Highway (Portland, OR: Lipschuetz and Katz, ca. 1920)
F882 .C63 S77 1930 [Info] Archaeology of the Dalles-Deschutes Region (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1930), by William Duncan Strong, W. Egbert Schenck, and Julian Haynes Steward (page images at HathiTrust)
F882 .C8 G741 [Info] Historic Resource Study: Crater Lake National Park, Oregon (1984), by Linda W. Greene (illustrated HTML at National Park Service)
F882 .C8 N37 [Info] Nature Notes from Crater Lake (full serial archives)
F882 .C8 U62 [Info] Administrative History: Crater Lake National Park (1991), by Harlan D. Unrau, contrib. by Stephen R. Mark (illustrated HTML at National Park Service)

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