Portland, Oregon, Its History and Builders: In Connection with the Antecedent Explorations, Discoveries, and Movements of the Pioneers that Selected the Site for the Great City of the Pacific, Volume 3

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S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1911 - Portland (Or.)

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