The Wonderful Oregon Country

Oregon's history and continued significance in American culture is overwhelming.

Book Cover Picture Jacksonville, Oregon
Antique Town in a Modern Age
Bert and Margie Webber
From the belfry of the Presbyterian Church into the caved in ruins of depression era under-street gold mines, here is popular account of rise and fall-but never a ghost town- of Jacksonville in Oregon's Rogue River Valley. Founded 1851 as tent city due to gold rush, first brick buildings in Oregon; had its own railroad. Town fell on hard times, was forgotten until about 1960. Now principal historic town in Oregon noted for bed & breakfasts, antique shops in original 19th century bldgs. Famous for Britt Music Festival under the stars, Children's Festival. 128p. 5x8. Historic and new photos. Maps. Append. Biblio, Index. $12.95 Click to get order information

Book Cover Picture Single-Track to Jacksonville
The Rogue River Valley Railroad
Bert and Margie Webber
Jacksonville Railroad only 5 miles long, its colorful history, strategy for survival included electric trolley cars. Equipment photos and operations. Book commemorates centenniel of RR, parts which remain today including original 1891 loco. 127p. 5x8. Biblio. Index. Gift Edition hardback $24.95 - pbk. $12.95 Click to get order information

Book Cover Picture Oregon Covered Bridges
Bert and Margie Webber
Photos by John Snook and others
Here is information about Oregon's 65 covered bridges not found in other books. See present bridges, including six recently added bridges. How to drive to them. How to photograph them. Biblio. Gloss. 110p. 5x8 $12.95 Click to get order information

Book Cover Picture Newberry
National Volcanic Monument
Stuart G. Garrett
Bert Webber, Ed.
America's Newest National Monument (Nov. 5, 1990) in Central Oregon. What to see and do: Lava Butte, Cave, fishing, trails, lakes, canoeing. View from Paulina Peak unsurpassed! Snowmobiling, skiing. Only book about Newberry Monument! 125 p. 5x8 Photos. Maps. Biblo. Index.$12.95 Click to get order information
Book Cover Picture Oregon Names
How to Say Them and Where are They Located?
Bert Webber, M.L.S.
Pronunciation Guide
Each name keyed to county by map, tells where each site is/was located. Book saves Television News readers, everyone, from embarrassment by showing proper pronouncing of Oregon names. Over 200 unique Oregon postmarks, maps show over 300 railroad stations by name. Biblo.$9.95 Click to get order information


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