By George H. Himes, compiler
A Souvenir of the Twenty-Second Anniversary of the Organization of the First American Civil Government West of the Rocky Mountains and the Fifteenth Celebration of the Same, at Old Champoeg, Thirty-Three Miles South of Portland, on the East Bank of the Willamette River, Saturday, May First, Nineteen Hundred Fifteen.
Names in this online transcription include Armstrong, Arquoit, Aubichon, Ausant, Babcock, Bailey, Bargeau, Beers, Beleque, Biscornais, Boivers, Bonenfant, Bridges, Briscbois, Brunelle, Burns, Campo, Cannon, Chalifoux, Chamberlain, Clark, Cook, Cookingham, Cornoyer, Crawford, Davie, Delard, Depot, Despart, Donpierre, Doughty, Dubois, Ducharme, Ebberts, Elliot, Felice, Fenton, Fletcher, Forcier, Gagnon, Gale, Gauthier, Gay, Gervais, Gingras, Gray, Gregoire, Griffin, Hauxhurst, Hill, Himes, Hines, Holman, Howard, Hubbard, Johnson, Judson, La Bonte, La Chappelle, La Framboise, La Prate, Laderout, Laferty, Lalcoure, Lambert, Le Breton, Leslie, Lewis, Longtain, Lore, Lucier, Maloin, Matte, Matthieu, McArthur, McCarty, McKay, Meek, Mongrain, Moore, Moores, Morrison, Myrick, Newell, O'Neil, Papin, Pariseau, Parrish, Pickernell, Remon, Robb, Roi, Rondeau, Russell, Sanders, Scott, Senecalle, Servant, Shortess, Smith, Tibbetts, Van Dalle, Weston, Wilkins, Willson, Wilson, Young.
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