willamette 43lley after the trains in 18 and 1844, settlement was north to south. he freefree land -- t land was given out to the north. eugene is at the end of the willamette valley. those that wanted more population wanted a shortcut from this main oregon trail that ended up to the north. it is kind of a mixed bag story, because it is a difficult passage. it winds up bringing more people to lane county, so we were at the very end of the willamette valley. the museum's collection begins in 1951 at the end of the oregon trail, when one of the principal founders of the oregon trail project basically donated his collection, which became the museum's foundation collection. you are standing in front of the oldest covered wagon in the state of oregon. the wagon came across the south shoulder of note in 1850. hood in 1850. mt. it came with a doctor's family. doctor's family that was six kids. mama was pregnant, and she gave birth on the south shoulder of mount would. -- mt. hood. that wagon was bianca. reached the age of 19, she was married. as a wedding gift, she was given the wagon she was
companies and make them trips, freefree ,roducts, discounted products and right next to the byline, we had a link to an ethics damages like that and we did it again when we started our own company and had our code. if you print it out, it's still there. andhat mossberg is retiring as editor for recode. our conversation will continue next week on the communicators. cohosting the hour-long debate. moderator: hello and welcome to the georgia sixth congressional district debate on pba 30 and 90.1 wabe atlanta. i'm dennis o'hare, the host of "morning edition" on wabe. early voting is already under way in the sixth district, election day is june 20. the district covers parts of cobb, fulton, and dekalb counties.
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