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account of the wagon train mastered by Solomon Tetherow.

Fidelia March Bowers

account of the wagon train mastered by Solomon Tetherow.

by Fidelia March Bowers

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Published by Reproduced by the Lane County Pioneer-Historical Society in [Eugene, Or .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy: Fidelia March Bowers.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p. l., 10 numb. l., 19 l.
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17065147M
OCLC/WorldCa27776344

  In a manuscript called Palmer's Wagon Train, he gives an account of the publication of his Journal, and of the main incidents of the return to Oregon. He says that he contracted in Cincinnati for the printing of the narrative of his journey to and from Oregon, with his observations on the country, the condition of the people, the government. The Solomon Tetherow Family By Sam Tetherow Sol Tetherow was born in Tennessee in the year He was married to Ibbie Baker. They had fifteen children. Ten lived to reach old age. Three of the children were born after they came to Oregon. Sol Tetherow crossed the plains, coming to Oregon in , locating in Dallas, Oregon, Novem

Marcus A. Ford A Forgotten Young Pioneer By John T. Ford. On a chilly November day in a lurid sun was glimmering over the sage-brush plains of lower Umatilla valley, and a tall, athletic looking youth could have been seen hurrying along of foot leading a pack-horse loaded with provisions, which he had purchased at Waiilatpu Station-a slow moving emigrant train, about a half-day's travel. leader of the wagon train, grew dissatisfied and left for home, while the remaining party crossed the Calipooya Mountains, and pushed southward into the Umpqua Valley. Here the exploring party started to disband in earnest. Sol Tetherow, a leader of the train (who had led one of the companies traveling over the.

Joseph’s Division”), followed ten days later by a party captained by Solomon Tetherow ( in 66 wagons, organized as the “Savannah Oregon Emigrating Society”), in turn followed soon after by a third party captained by Samuel Parker ( in 45 wagons), and departing late on a fourth party captained by Abner Hackleman ( in The Story: An wagon train becomes perilously lost when its guide suggests taking a cutoff he claims is a shortcut. The Lowdown: Deliberately paced Western drama that immerses the viewer in.


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Account of the wagon train mastered by Solomon Tetherow. Responsibility: by Fred Lockley ; The organizational journal of an emigrant train of captained by Solomon Tetherow reproduced by the Lane County Pioneer-Historical Society ; An account of the wagon train mastered by Solomon Tetherow by Fidelia March Bowers.

Captain Sol. Tetherow, wagon train master: personal narrative of his son, Sam. Tetherow, who crossed the plains to Oregon, inand personal narrative of Jack McNemee, who was born in Portland, Oregon, inand whose father built the fourth house in Portland.

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Captain Sol. Tetherow, wagon train master;: Personal narrative of his son, Sam Tetherow, who crossed the plains to OregonAuthor: Fred Lockley. book Author: Bowers, Fidelia March Tetherow, Soloman--Biography Title: An account of the wagon train mastered by Solomon Tetherow Published Date: n.d.

Catalog Number: /Bac Douglas County Museum • Museum Drive • Roseburg, OR • HOURS OF OPERATION Tuesday-Saturday: 10 am-5 pm • Closed Sunday & Monday. Tetherow, Solomon, (A) The Organizational Journal of an Emigrant Train ofCaptained by Solomon Tetherow by Solomon Tetherow and An Account of the Wagon Train Mastered by Solomon Tetherow by Fidelia March Bowers.

Eugene, Oregon: Lane County Pioneer-Historical Society, 1 folder. Typed copy; published version. Thomas. Tetherow, who crossed the plains to Oregon inand the personal narrative of Jack McNemee, who was born in Portland, Oregon inand whose father built the fourth house in Portland." Reprint of ed.

published by the author. The Search for Oregon's Lost Blue Buck Mine, the Stephen Meek Wagon Train ofby Charles S. Hoffman. The Jesse Harritt Overland Diary,MSS Oregon Historical Society Research Library Collections.

The Organizational Journal of an Emigrant Train of Captained by Solomon Tetherow, L24TOregon Historical Society.

an organizational account of the wagon train captained by solomon tetherow, This account includes the “Constitution and By-Laws of the Savannah Oregon Emigrating Society” from Missouri.

It includes the articles by which the Society was to be governed and lists “necessary outfit”, census of emigration, cattle drivers, and roll of. An account of the Wagon Train Mastered by Solomon Tetherow.

N.p.: n.d. FamilySearch Digital Library. Charles George. The Oskaloosa Company: last wagon train to Skinner's ina history of the southern road to Oregon: untold story of the Scott-Applegate Trail overland Diary and Account Book of Thomas Forsyth, father of Thomas.

Captain Sol. Tetherow, wagon train master: personal narrative of his son, Sam. Tetherow, who crossed the plains to Oregon, inand personal narrative of Jack McNemee, who was born in Portland, Oregon, inand whose father built the fourth house in Portland by Lockley, Fred,F.

Lockley edition, in English. typescript; roster REMARKS:"From the original journal book which is owned by Mrs. Vale Parker, Springfield, Ore." [from title page preceding transcription of journal].; Includes constitution and by-laws of emigrating party.

Creator: Fidelia March Bowers: Title: An Account of the Wagon Train Mastered by Solomon Tetherow Collection. Captain Sol. Tetherow, Wagon Train Master on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Captain Sol.

Tetherow, Wagon Train MasterManufacturer: Ye Galleon Press. HACKLEMAN, Abner (): m'd: LINES, Elizabeth; led a wagon train to Oregon inreturned to Iowa in to get his family and died there 30.

They joined a wagon train mastered by Solomon Tetherow, who had been elected Captain. In approximately April ofIsaac became a member of a committee to draft and record (in a simple ledger book) the "Constitution and By Laws of the Savannah Oregon Emigrating Society".

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Meek Cutoff was a covered wagon road that branched off the Oregon Trail in northeastern Oregon and was used as an alternate emigrant route to the Willamette Valley in the midth century. The road was named for frontiersman Stephen Meek, who was hired to lead the first wagon train along it in The journey was a particularly hard one, and many of the pioneers lost their lives.

Organizational Journal of an Emigrant Train of Captained by Solomon Tetherow: It also contains an account of the trail trip and family genealogy. A picture of Solomon Tetherow and family genealogy is included.

(Reprinted). A picture of Solomon Tetherow and family genealogy is included. (Reprinted) Journal of George Belshaw: This journal describes the wagon train trip from Indiana to Oregon during the months of March thru September. Contains a picture and short family history.

56 pages. (Reprinted)   On the road again, we wound along the Malheur River, through Vale (I thought fleetingly of Solomon Tetherow and his wagon train; the hardships they endured on the Oregon Trail in then I dozed), Ontario, Boise; to Mountain Home, Burley, onwards.

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Search. Captain Sol. Tetherow, wagon train master: personal narrative of his s Lockley, Fred Not in Library. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on.Organizational Journal of an Emigrant Train of Captained by Solomon Tetherow: It also contains an account of the trail trip and family genealogy.

A picture of Solomon Tetherow and family genealogy is included. (Reprinted) item Journal of George Belshaw: This journal describes the wagon train .Our name honors the historic pioneer Solomon Tetherow, who led a wagon train party through this area in the mids as they traveled from Missouri to Oregon.

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