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Abel Helman Abel D. Helman (April 10, 1824 – 5 March 1910) was an American pioneer of Ashland, Oregon.
Benjamin F. Bonham Benjamin F. Bonham (October 8, 1828 – June 2, 1906) was an American educator, politician, and judge in Oregon.
Daniel Gault Daniel M. C. Gault was a newspaperman, educator and politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.
Eugene Skinner Eugene Franklin Skinner was an early American settler in Oregon and founder of the city of Eugene, Oregon, which is named for him.
George A. Steel George A. Steel (April 22, 1846 – June 20, 1918) was an American politician and businessman in the state of Oregon.
George Edward Cole George Edward Cole (December 23, 1826 – December 3, 1906) was the 6th Governor and 5th Delegate from the Territory of Washington.
Henry H. Spalding Henry Harmon Spalding (1803–1874), and his wife Eliza Hart Spalding (1807–1851) were prominent Presbyterian missionaries and educators working primarily with the Nez Perce in the U.S. Paci...
Isaac R. Moores, Jr. Isaac Ross Moores, Jr. was an American businessman and politician in the state of Oregon.
James H. Slater James Harvey Slater (December 28, 1826January 28, 1899) was a United States Representative and Senator from Oregon.
John N. Williamson John Newton Williamson (November 8, 1855 – August 29, 1943) was an American rancher and politician in the state of Oregon.
Joseph C. Avery Joseph Conant Avery (1817–1876) was the founder of Corvallis, Oregon, United States.
Joseph Sherar Joseph Sherar (November 16, 1833 – February 11, 1908) was a 19th-century wagon road builder who, with his wife, Jane, owned and operated a Deschutes River toll bridge and a nearby stagecoach st...
Mary Ramsey Wood Mary Ramsey Wood (May 20, 1787 or 1811 (disputed) – January 1, 1908) was an American pioneer known as the "Mother Queen of Oregon."
Nathaniel Ford Nathaniel Ford was an American politician and Oregon pioneer during the time of the Oregon Territory.
O. P. Hoff Ole P. Hoff (May 17, 1853 – March 18, 1924) was a Norwegian-American Republican politician and the first commissioner of labor in the U.S. state of Oregon.