1 edition of Ellmaker narrative, Oregon 1853 found in the catalog.
Ellmaker narrative, Oregon 1853
|Contributions||Ellmaker, Enos, 1807-1890.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
"In Fred Amancher acquired a homestead a few miles N of Prarie City. He convinced his sister and brother-in-law, Ernest R ico, in , to come and partner up with him on the ranch. "Reprint of J. V. Huntington's English translation (New York, )"--p. . Includes facsimile of t.-p. of Huntington's English translation with title: Narrative of a voyage to the northwest coast of America in the years , , , and ; or the first American settlement on the Pacific. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
"Reprint of the original edition (London, )."--p. . Includes facsimile of t.-p. of London edition, with title: Adventures of the first settlers on the Oregon or Columbia River, being a narrative of the expedition fitted out by John Jacob Astor to establish the "Pacific Fur Company"; with an account of some Indian tribes on the coast of the Pacific. Narrative of Basil N. Longsworth 6. Journal of Andrew S. McClure (2 versions) 7. Narrative of Benjamin Franklin Owen 8. Diary of Charlotte Emily Stearns: She was the wife of Bynon J. Pengra. Came to Oregon in Descended from Isaac Stearns who came to New England with the Winthrop Fleet in Fine 4x5 print of Mrs. Pengra as a young woman.
Introduction. In popular culture, the Oregon Trail is perhaps the most iconic subject in the larger history of Oregon. It adorns a recent Oregon highway license plate, is an obligatory reference in the resettlement of Oregon, and has long attracted study, commemoration, and celebration as a foundational event in the state’s past. The Oregon Trail was first written about by an American. Folder 58 Account book of Nathaniel Ellmaker (). Extant pages are blank. “Paper mad[e] at Ephrata, Note: The paper of this old Account Book was manufactured at the Cloister Paper Mill, Ephrata Lancaster County, Penna. It was the property of Nathaniel Ellmaker (My Grandfather, ). Nathaniel Ellmaker, Born December 1st
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Ellmaker narrative, Oregon Genealogy and letters [Ellmaker, Enos] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ellmaker narrative, Oregon Genealogy and letters. Eakin traveled overland from Illinois to Eugene, Oregon, in Ellmaker, Enos S., A 32 Papers, 1 folder. Ellmaker traveled overland from Iowa to Oregon in Includes a narrative of the trip, a sketch of the Ellmaker family, and letters from Reuben Ellmaker to Enos Ellmaker.
Evans, Mrs. S.D. Finding aid CB Ev16Author: Linda Long. Ellmaker narrative, Oregon Genealogy and letters by Enos Ellmaker () The records of the genealogies of the Van Buskirk and Lesher families as compiled by G.W. Van Buskirk and C.C.
by G. W Van Buskirk () The Oelmacher-Ellmaker family (Lane County Pioneer-Historical Society. Publications) by Enos Ellmaker (). REUBEN ELLMAKER (OLEMACHER) LETTERS, These letters were written from Iowa to his brother, Enos Ellmaker, who emigrated to Oregon Territory in Also included is an Olemacher genealogy froma short Fisher family genealogy, and an “Autobiography” of Enos Ellmaker that is edited by his son, Amos.
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Get this from a library. Reuben Ellmaker (Olemacher) letters,Enos Ellmaker narrative (). [Reuben Ellmaker; Amos Ellmaker; Enos Ellmaker; Lane County Historical Society (Eugene, Or.)] -- John Elmaker (Oelmacher) immigrated to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in One descendant, Enos Ellmaker, was born in Perry County, Pennsylvania and later moved to Iowa.
Reuben Ellmaker (Oelmacher) Letters, Written from Iowa to his brother Enos Ellmaker, who emigrated to Oregon Territory in Bound therewith is a genealogy of the Oelmachers beginning in and a short one of the Fisher family of Kentucky and Missouri.
Called “The Ellmaker Narrative” it tells the story of Enos laying the first Tulit, edge railing in Pennsylvania and constructing locks on the Potomac River.
Also of interest is the story of the three siblings’ journey in after settling their father’s estate in Earl Township, Pennsylvania, to pioneer in the wilds of Iowa. Free family records for Researching Ancestry in Linn County Oregon.
Linn County Oregon Genealogy Trails Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy -left Iowa, 10 Aprilwith Frederick, James, and John, according to letter of Reuben Ellmaker, 15 April (See Ellmaker Narrative, OregonGenealogy and Letters, Lane County Historical.
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This is only one of the most effective books to collect in this website. Abstract: Includes typescript copies of diaries, letters and narratives, with biographical and genealogical notes and photographs added. Originals of some items in private possession as noted thereon.
Included are accounts of overland journeys to Oregon; organizational journal,for train captained by Solomon Tetherow (); diary, April 23 - November 5,of Lester Hulin ( Narrative citation: Nightingale (Correspondence, ).
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vol. 8, no. 2, November 6, by Lancaster County Historical Society (Pa.) (Book) Notes on Amos and Elias E. Ellmaker by W. U Hensel (). The Ellmaker family papers include personal papers of members of the Ellmaker family; maps, drawings, and photographs; artifacts; books and periodicals; and genealogical research and resources.
Repository University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives. UO Libraries--SPC, University of Oregon Eugene OR The Ellmaker family papers collection contains material that documents the life of Oregon Trail pioneer Enos Ellmaker and the lives of his decedents in Lane County, Oregon.
and photographs, circa s III. Artifacts, circa s IV. Books and periodicals, V. Genealogical research and resources, Series I. Ellmaker Dee is a full service commercial production company with specialization in narrative film, commercials, and photography.
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Pictures of writers and genealogy of Brakeman and Wadsworth families. Reuben Ellmaker (Oelmacher) Letters, Written from Iowa to his brother Enos Ellmaker, who emigrated to Oregon Territory in Enos Ellmaker's autobiography, including an account of his overland journey inand letters to him from his brother Reuben.
Autobiography has special title page. Series Lane County Pioneer-Historical Society. Publications. Best Books by Oregon Authors Good reads from authors hailing from or currently residing in Oregon, USA. All Votes Add Books To This List.
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