Washington County, Oregon
History is Carved in Stone
A Tour of Pioneer Cemeteries and Tombstone Lore
Washington County Historical Society, Historical Paper 1

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History is Carved in Stone
A Tour of Pioneer Cemeteries and Tombstone Lore
Washington County Historical Society, Historical Paper 1

1987, Trade Paper, soft cover, staple binding, 8.5 x 11, 7 pages.
pub: Washington County Historical Society, Hillsboro, OR.
Tour map, photographs
BOOK INDEX    is in a seperate publication.
Item 924756891

Introduction:

       Beginning in July 5, 1843, the Tuality District was one of the destinations at the end of the Oregon Trail.
The sparse Indian population included the Atfaliti people, who lent their name to the district and to the meandering river now called the Tualatin River. It was settled early by missionaries, former mountain men, as well as farmers, who found the mild climate and rich soil productive.

   This book includes, Historical place markers, roads, railroads, and steam boats.   Cherry Grove and Patton Valley, Diary of Joseph W. Bates, Cedar Mills Post Office and mill, trees of Washington County, and early Tualatin history.

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