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The Oregonian was the fifth newspaper to begin publication in Oregon. It is the only one to survive to this date without a name-change, change of publication location, or an interruption in its publication. It began publication as a weekly, on December 5, 1850.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abstracted Articles

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Letters left at the Post Office (1851)

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article published about the First issue of the Oregonian (30 Dec. 1899)

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First Company of Oregon Rangers

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"Children's Day" at Old Pioneers' Gathering at the Exposition (19 Oct. 1889)

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Murder of Hamilton Campbell (1863)