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The Umpqua Trapper
1970 -1979

Table of Contents
1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979


Volume Article Title Author
1970    

6-1

Last Voyage to the Umpqua - Peterson George B. Abdill
6-1 Incident in the Postal Service H.C. Stanton
6-1 Tragedy of the Rails-28 Feb 1899 George B. Abdill
6-2 Oak Grove Stage Robbery
6-2 Museum Dedication
6-2; 3; 4 Todd, Rev. A. L. Pioneer Circuit Rider
6-3 Saved from Slaughter - 1855-1856 Nicholas T. Day
6-4 Freight Wreck - Railroad George B Abdill
6-4 Nichols, Benjamin F. Recollections 1872 
6-4 Dray Team Service George B Abdill
up
1971    
7 -1 Daughter of the Umpqua Harriet D. Munnick
7 -1; 2 Great Presidential (Hayes) Excursion  George B. Abdill
7-2 Barbecue Days at Riddle George B. Abdill
7-2 President Hayes Entertained 1880 Caroline Haines Willis
7-2 Stage Coach Tragedy
7-3 Up From Slavery -Bill Eads George B. Abdill
7-3 Sunny Hollow -42 miles east of Roseburg Margaret Harwood
7-3 Brockway, Beman B. Letter of 1852
7-3 Sutherlin School Recollections 25 F eb 1925
7-3 Early Recollection Carrie (Ladd) Wilson
7-4 From Iowa to the Umpqua Country John Henry Clay
7-4 Wells, Fargo & Co. in Oakland George B. Abdill
7-4 Bridge at Umpqua Ferry George B. Abdill
up
1972
8-1 Kanakas In the Oregon Country Norman Schlesser
8-1 Wilson, William- Pioneer Recollections
8-1 Wreck of the Steamer Tacoma George B. Abdill
8-2 Davis, Hardin Pioneer Settler George B. Abdill
8-2 Calapooia School Memories Charlene Nichols
8-2 Pioneer Style Patriotism, E.M. Moore Lavola Bakken
8-3 Billy Yank and Johnny Reb George B. Abdill
8-3 Roseburg Centennial Gallery (Photos)
8-4 An Unusual Train Accident George B. Abdill
8-4 & 9-1; 2 Travel on the Main Umpqua Irl Binder
up
1973
9-1 Cattle Drive 1870 Oakland to Washington
9-2 Early School Photos
9-3 Mr. Psueudtsuga Taxifolia Charles L. Emerson
9-3; 4 High Cascades Adventures AAEngels & JJ Cawfield
9-4 To Crater Lake June 1899 O.C. Brown
9-4 Tribute to a Pioneer -Everett McClay H. A. Minter
10-1 Early Road Construction Morris Weber
10-1 The Whistle Clare D. Chapman
up
1974
10-2 Buick Family
10-2 Umpqua Treaty Chief Harriet D. Munnick
10-2 West by Wagon 1853 Harrison Rice Della Rice Crawford
10-2 Jurassic Leaf Fossils in Douglas County Jack R. Wharton
10-3 Prune Industry Plain Dealer 5 Oct. 1899
10-3 Purple Treasure J. Gerald Bacon
10-4 Indian Murders in Umpqua County 1858
up
1975
11-1 Ambush at Fort Gordon
11-1 One Pound of Hops - One Barrel of Beer
11-1 Concretions Jack R. Wharton
11-2; 3; 4 & 12-1 Douglas County Years of History Lavola Bakken
 up
1976
12-2 Stained Glass Windows Elizabeth Portia Schiltz
12-2 Umpquas in Exile- Report from Grande Ronde Harriet D. Munnick
12-2; 3 Reason Reed - Oakland Or. Rolstyn D. Bridges
12-3 Two Old Guns Dumont & Lavadour Harriet D. Munnick
12-3 Tenmile Prairie Indian Outbreak
12-4 Them Days That Are Gone Forever Vera Banning
12-4 A Bear Story Charles L. Mosher
12-4 & 13-1; 2 William Thiel Diary 1862
up
1977
13 -1 Pioneer Memories of Oakland, Or. Alva Manning
13-2 Politics and Cinnamon Bears Of Drew Leanne Skeels
13-3 Cass Street Cameos (photos)
13-3 Green Memories Tom Haven
13-3 Jack London in Douglas County Lavola Bakken
up
1978
14-1 Mining Camps of Early Days
14-1 School Days 1895 Alva Manning
14-2 Sutherlin in 1908
14-2; 3; 4 William Edward Rackleff's Diary Edward Rackleff
14-3 Cobblestone's Umpqua Correspondence
14-4 An Early Cattle Drive 1851 J. P. Rogers
14-4 Pioneer Life In Camas Swale Malinda Sutherlin Crouch
14-4 & 15-1 Clark, George Munford - Journal
up
1979
15-1 Levi Beckley's Book
15-2 Printer's Ink and Postmarks George B. Abdill
15-2 Cemeteries in Kellogg - My Family Ancestors Caris Cegauske
15-2 Early Industries and Enterprises in Canyonville
15-3 Lyster Letter
15-3 Royal, Reverend James H. R- Journal
15-4 Oregonians in the Klondike Lavola Bakken
15-4 Diary of a Prospecting Trip 1901
15-4 Cleveland School Mabel Woodruff Krohn

Index to the Umpqua Trapper:

1965-1969 | 1970 - 1979 | 1980 - 1989 | 1990 - 2000 | 2001 - 2009| 2010 - present

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