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Oregon (Oregon, United States) (search for this): article 3
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he becathe western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiration of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was o. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed. . He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.
Oregon City (Oregon, United States) (search for this): article 3
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he became of age, when he emigrated to the west, and finding himself one day out of money, and being unable to get employment at his trade, enlisted in the army. He served five years on the western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiration of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was organized in 1844, Nesmith was elected one of the Territorial Judges. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.
California (California, United States) (search for this): article 3
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he became of age, when he emigrated to the west, and finding himself one day out of money, and being unable to get employment at his trade, enlisted in the army. He served five years on the western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiration of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was organized in 1844, Nesmith was elected one of the Territorial Judges. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.
Feather (California, United States) (search for this): article 3
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he became of age, when he emigrated to the west, and finding himself one day out of money, and being unable to get employment at his trade, enlisted in the army. He served five years on the western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiration of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was organized in 1844, Nesmith was elected one of the Territorial Judges. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.
Maine (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 3
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he became of age, when he emigrated to the west, and finding himself one day out of money, and being unable to get employment at his trade, enlisted in the army. He served five years on the western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiration of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was organized in 1844, Nesmith was elected one of the Territorial Judges. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he became of age, when he emigrated to the west, and finding himself one day out of money, and being unable to get employment at his trade, enlisted in the army. He served five years on the western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiration of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was organized in 1844, Nesmith was elected one of the Territorial Judges. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he became of age, when he emigrated to the west, and finding himself one day out of money, and being unable to get employment at his trade, enlisted in the army. He served five years on the western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiraation of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was organized in 1844, Nesmith was elected one of the Territorial Judges. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he became of age, when he emigrated to the west, and finding himself one day out of money, and being unable to get employment at his trade, enlisted in the army. He served five years on the western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiration of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was organized in 1844, Nesmith was elected one of the Territorial Judges. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he became of age, when he emigrated to the west, and finding himself one day out of money, and being unable to get employment at his trade, enlisted in the army. He served five years on the western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiration of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was organized in 1844, Nesmith was elected one of the Territorial Judges. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.
A Representative American. --Mr. Nesmith, one of the newly-elected Senators from Oregon, is a native of the State of Maine, and is now about forty-five years of age. He was educated in a carpenter's shop, and followed the business until he became of age, when he emigrated to the west, and finding himself one day out of money, and being unable to get employment at his trade, enlisted in the army. He served five years on the western frontier, in Dodge's Regiment of Dragoons. At the expiration of his term of service, he started overland for Oregon, with the emigration of 1843, and arrived in Oregon city in the fall of that year. When the provisional Government was organized in 1844, Nesmith was elected one of the Territorial Judges. He went to California in the summer of 1848, with many other Oregonians, worked for some months at mining, on Feather River, and returned to Oregon the next Spring. He was afterwards Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, but was removed.