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The 2002 Busicuit Fire. Where Past Meets Present, Page 194

On July 13, 2002 southwestern Oregon suffered one of the worst fires in recorded history.

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The Applegate Interpretive Center. Where Past Meets Present, Page 347

Located in Sunny Valley the Applegate Trail Interpretive Center was built as a tribute to the brave souls that used the trail.

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The Applegate Trail Markers Page 18 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Applegate Trail Markers (a) Page 18 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Architects Who changed the Towns. Where Past Meets Present, Page 21

Architects Arthur Week, William J. Bennet, Frank C. Clark and Robert Keeney all lived and woerked in Medford and the Rogue Valley

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The Ashland Independent Film Festival. Where Past Meets Present, Page 304

AIFF has grown from an idea into a well established film festival.

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The Ashland-area Mineral Springs. Where Past Meets Present, Page 335

From the late 1800s into the early 1900s mineral springs in and around the valley were very popular as a destination point.

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The Ballot Stealing Caper. Where Past Meets Present, Page 424

Political shenanigans in Jackson county rose to their peak during the depression years.

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The Biggest, Boldest, Brightest 4th of July in Ashland History Part 2 ? 1916 July 4th Parade

Walking Ashland article by Peter Finkle

Walk Ashland website
The Biggest, Boldest, Brightest 4th of July in Ashland History (1916) Part 3 ? Wild West Rodeo & Fountain Unveiling

Walking Ashland article by Peter Finkle

Walk Ashland website
The Biggest, Boldest, Brightest 4th of July in Ashland History (three days of parties!) Part 1

Walking Ashland article by Peter Finkle

Walk Ashland website
The Bridge restaurant

MMT 1-28-1998, Al and Mary Laurence, Kay and Randall Dega

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The Bridge Too Far Page 209 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Bridge We Dedicate to You Page 230 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Brittt Festival. Where Past Meets Present, Page 295

The Britt Festival: from a small idea to one of the premier summer music festivals in the Pacific Northwest.

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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 Chandler Egan Memorial Page 301 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Chat - Newsletter of the Rogue Valley Audubon Society: 1979 to 1999

The Chat - Newsletter of the Rogue Valley Audubon Society:
1979 to 1999

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The Chautauqua in Ashland. Where Past Meets Present, Page 265

The Chautauqua movement in Ashland

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The Chef's Table on Main

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The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association: 1988 to 2001

The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association:
1988 to 2001

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The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association: 2002 to 2004; and Newsletter of the

The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association:
2002 to 2004; and Newsletter of the Early American
Industries Association: 2004

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The City of Rogue River. Where Past Meets Present, Page 399

The City of Rogue River has gone by several names over the years. "Tailholt" then Woodville.

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The Cleetwood Dream Page 190 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Coming of the Iron Horse Page 144 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55

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