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Oregonians answered the call to World War I. Draft Registration records exist, and are available on microfilm at the National Archives, through the Family History Library System, and at the Genealogical Forum of Oregon library.

Draft registrations for Oregon were indexed by the Genealogical Forum of Oregon, and published on a CD-ROM. It is available for purchase from them.

Some Oregon draft registrations are indexed at Ancestry, a for-pay research site.

bulletOregon Boys in the War ~ a book of letters home from the troops, published to support the Red Cross.
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Newspaper article "President Asks War on Germany, Congress Urged to Call at Least 500,000 Men. Universal Service Advised Aid to Allies and Conflict Only With Prussian Government Advocated. Joint Session Addressed Mr. Wilson speaks Just as News of Sinking of Armed American Ship Arrives." from The Morning Oregonian, April 3, 1917.