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Paperback, Ray & Jeanna Bottenberg, 128pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780738558301
Portland at the end of World War II was an international port and a powerhouse of the timber and shipbuilding industries. Oregon's largest city grew and changed in the decades that followed, adding new industries and population. It also endured reductions in shipbuilding capacity, a devastating...

Paperback, Connie Nice, History Museum of Hood River County, 128pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780738596389
Formerly known as Dog River, Hood River's history is filled with lore and legends as well as abundant natural beauty. The original name of Dog River was thought to come from the demise of a native camp dog by Oregon Trail settlers desperate for meat. Later, Mary Coe, one of the first pioneers...

Paperback, Deschutes County Historical Society, 128pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780738571843
Bend, astride the Deschutes River at the eastern foot of the Cascade Range, got its name from a place on the river that runs through it. Pioneer travelers called the place Farewell Bend because it was where they had their last view of the double bend in the river that afforded a good place to...

Postcards, Deschutes County Historical Society, 128pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780738571997
In this collection of vintage-photograph postcards, the Deschutes County Historical Society explores the city's past. 

Paperback, Steve Lent, 128pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780738548722
Early in 1868, Francis "Barney" Prine arrived in the Crooked River Valley of Central Oregon, established a blacksmith shop made of logs, and dispensed spirits from the back of the cabin. Prine saw the potential for development and industry along the lush banks of Crooked River and Ochoco Creek,...

Paperback, Cheryl Hill, 128pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9781467131209
The Mount Hood National Forest is the closest national forest to Portland and encompasses the northern end of Oregons Cascade Mountains and the Columbia River Gorge. Established in 1908 as the Oregon National Forest and renamed the Mount Hood National Forest in 1924, it now consists of more...

Paperback, Brian K. Johnson, Don Porth, 128pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780738548838
Firefighting in Portland boasts many proud traditions and a long and storied history. In 1851, Col. Thomas Dryer, editor of the Oregonian newspaper, decided that it was in the best interest of the city to establish a firefighting force, and with that, he founded the Pioneer Fire Engine Company...

Paperback, Amadeo Bachar, Edgar W. Roberts III, 10pages, ISBN: 9781937196141
Specifically designed for the salt water angler, this durable fish identification guide includes the fish sought after by the recreation-al fisherman in the Pacific Northwest, from Monterey to Alaska. Each specimen includes the common and scientific name, range where fish are caught, length,...

Paperback, Russ Schneider; revised by Jim Yuskavitch, 264pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780762782383
The book describes a wide range of hikes in the Columbia River Gorge, from easy to very strenuous, accessible and remote. Detailed trail descriptions and mileages, suggestions on how to get the most from your hike (points of interest along the way, and some history and natural history of the...

Paperback, Andy Weeks, 112pages, 8 x 5.4, ISBN: 9780811712637
Venture into the unexplained phenomena of the Beaver State ... if you dare. This collection of more than 50 chilling tales features eerie tales of paranormal activity, Bigfoot encounters, UFO sightings, including ...  The ghost boat of the Willamette River Mysterious activity...

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Paperback, J. Duane Sept, 96pages, 5.5 x 8.5, ISBN: 9780973981971
Did you ever find an interesting rock and wonder what type of rock it is, and how it came to be formed? Western North America is rich in rocks and minerals, and in this new book the most common ones are described and illustrated in full color. This clear visual guide will help you identify the...

Paperback, J. Duane Sept, 96pages, 5.5 x 8.5, ISBN: 9780973981940
Trees are all around us, yet we often take them for granted. Some live more than 1,500 years, others produce spectacular color displays in the autumn, many have medicinal properties, at least one tree releases its seeds in fire. This concise, attractive guide features 49 amazing species along...

Paperback, J. Duane Sept, 96pages, 5.5 x 8.5, ISBN: 9780973981926
Our seashores are alive with creatures wild and weird, big and small. An amazing array of intertidal marine life can be found on many sandy beaches, rocky shorelines and mud shores in the Pacific Northwest. This guide features 145 species of marine creatures with over 200 full-color...

Paperback, J. Duane Sept, 96pages, 5.5 x 8.5, ISBN: 9780973981964
Newly revised and updated, this is the best guidebook to the common mushrooms of the Northwest! This easy-to-use handbook helps you identify many of the species found in the region. Crisp, colorful photographs by Duane Sept illustrate 130 species of the mushrooms that seem to pop up all around...

Paperback, S. Schlosser, 256pages, 8.5 x 5.4, ISBN: 9781493034659
Oregon folklore traditions are kept alive in 25 expert retellings of hauntings and strange happenings by master storyteller S. E. Schlosser and through artist Paul Hoffman’s evocative illustrations.

Paperback, Donna Stewart, 256pages, 8.5 x 5.5, ISBN: 9781578605491
As part of the  America’s Haunted Road Trip  series,  Ghosthunting Oregon  takes readers along on a guided tour of some of the Beaver State’s most haunted historic locations. Local author Donna Stewart researched each location thoroughly before visiting,...

Paperback, Brian Yaeger, 416pages, 6 x 9, ISBN: 9780811712118
This comprehensive guide covers all aspects of beer and brewing in Oregon, one of the leading states in the craft brew revolution. Features 190 breweries and brewpubs Brewery profiles include beers brewed, special features, visitor information, and the author's "Pick" of the best...

Spiral-Bound, ISBN: 9781934707210
This popular atlas of the Columbia, Snake and Willamette rivers contains large-scale reproductions of NOAA charts for the Columbia River from its mouth to the Tri-Cities, the Snake River from the Tri-Cities to Lewiston, Idaho, and the Willamette River from Portland to Newberg. Major facilities...

Paperback, Bonnie Henderson, 304pages, 5 x 7.5, ISBN: 9781680510799
 All trails have been rehiked • Designed for children 10 and under, with most hikes shorter than 5 miles • Tips for family vacation destinations For this new and fully revised edition, veteran author Bonnie Henderson partnered with Zach Urness, hiker, writer, and parent of...

Paperback, Andy Kerr, 274pages, 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5, ISBN: 9780898866025
Combining a strong and pointed conservation message with the practical details of a guidebook, Oregon Desert Guide aims to raise awareness about the need for preservation of 36 specified areas in eastern Oregon. With extensive natural history information plus map references and detailed location...

Board Book, Dan McCarthy, 20pages, 6 x 0.6 x 5.9, ISBN: 9781602190412
Many of North America’s most beloved regions are artfully celebrated in these boardbooks designed to soothe children before bedtime while instilling an early appreciation for the continent’s natural and cultural wonders. Each book stars a multicultural group of people visiting the featured...

Hardcover, Winterhaven School, 320pages, 8.6 x 0.4 x 8.5, ISBN: 9780882407470
O is for Oregon combines photos with fun and informative couplets which describe the pictures and offer clear picture/word associations. Intriguing facts will add to the non fiction learning experience.

Paperback, MJ Daspit, Eric Weisinger, 128pages, 9.1 x 6.4 x 0.4, ISBN: 9780738581361
Winemaking in Oregon began more than 150 years ago when Peter Britt of Jacksonville brought grapevine cuttings from CA to create his Valley View Vineyard. By 1890, the Southern Oregon State Board of Agriculture forecast a vineyard-dotted Rogue Valley to rival "the castled Rhine, the classical...

Paperback, Theodore Schellhase, 176pages, 9 x 5.9 x 0.6, ISBN: 9780764331978
Explore the early history of Oregon by delving into the journals of explorers Alexander Mackenzie, David Thompson, and Lewis & Clark. Read about journeys into Oregon and first encounters with Native Americans on the coast. Hear legends of white-winged ships that first came to these shores...
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