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Lincoln Savage of Savage Creek. Where Past Meets Present, Page 203

Abraham Lincoln Savage son of James and Margaret Anne Savage was an educator/botanist in both Jackson and Josephine counties.

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Glenn Jackson "Mr. Oregon". Where Past Meets Present, Page 205

Glenn L. Jackson frequently referred to as the "most powerful man in Oregon"

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Robby Collins: Saving Jacksonville and the World. Where Past Meets Present, Page 208

Started his career as a historic preservationist in Jacksonville and then spread to the world.

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Ralph Wehinger: A True Visionary. Where Past Meets Present, Page 210

Dr Ralph Wehinger from chiropractor to entrepreneur.

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Glen Wooldridge: The Rogue's Premier Guide. Where Past Meets Present, Page 219

Glen Wooldridge pioneer of the Rogue River

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The Mean, Stream Machine. Where Past Meets Present, Page 221

From an idea brought about by three friends to a 3 million dollar a year business.

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Willie Illingworth's Driftboats. Where Past Meets Present, Page 224

Illingworth was the original designer of the aluminum drift boat.

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The Rise and Fall of Gold Ray Dam. Where Past Meets Present, Page 226

The rise and fall of the Gold Ray Dam.

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Rogue Valley Manor. Where Past Meets Present, Page 176

The "Manor" has grown from an idea into a non profit corporation with facilities all over the United States.

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Providence Medford Medical Center. Where Past Meets Present, Page 172

Providence Medford Medical Center has grown from three nuns of the "Sisters of Providence Order" to a large hospital network.

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Dagoba Chocolate. Where Past Meets Present, Page 118

Frederick Schilling and the growth of his interest chocolate Company.

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The Siskiyou Summit (and pass). Where Past Meets Present, Page 123

Siskiyou summit from a pack trail to a rail road to a 4 lane freeway.

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Mt. Ashland Ski Area. Where Past Meets Present, Page 127

Mount Ashland the controvercies and development of the ski area.

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The Table Rocks. Where Past Meets Present, Page 131

History of Upper and Lower Table Rocks

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Mt. McLoughlin. Where Past Meets Present, Page 134

Mount McLoughlin from beautiful scenery to a source of drinking water for Medford and the Rouge Valley.

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Crater Lake. Where Past Meets Present, Page 137

Crater Lake one of the premier land marks of southern Oregon

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The Oregon Caves. Where Past Meets Present, Page 140

Discovered by Elijah Davidson in 1874. With the completion of hiway 46 in 1922 Oregon Caves became a tourist destination.

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Mt. Shasta. Where Past Meets Present, Page 143

Mt. Shasta popular with everbody from skiers to new agers.

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Bill and Florence Schneider. Where Past Meets Present, Page 149

Long time Philanthropists with generous donations to many worth while organisations.

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Dogs for the Deaf. Where Past Meets Present, Page 151

Dogs for the Deaf a nonprofit that trains dogs to be service animals for various needs.

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Kids Unlimited and its Power. Where Past Meets Present, Page 154

Founder Tom Cole has gone from a desire, to help to a school to support at risk kids.

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The Carpenters and Their Foundation. Where Past Meets Present, Page 157

Alfred and Leonard Carpenter founded the Carpenter Foundation.

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The record powerball win. Where Past Meets Present, Page 160

History of the Chaney/West lottery win.

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Wildlife Images. Where Past Meets Present, Page 163

J. David Siddon founder of Wildlife Images. A wildlife rehabilation facility located in Grants Pass Oregon.

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Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center. Where Past Meets Present, Page 169

The growth of the Rogue Valley Memorial Hospital Hospital into Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center.

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