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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 June 1874

FltlDAY... .-JUNE o, 1S74. LETTER I&QU. WASOO COUNTY. To the Editor or the New NonnvniT: Would that I could Inspire each and every one of you who aro so situated that you can work with ray enthu siastic love of liberty, of speech and action. How I Bhould delight to meet and In my feeble way asist Oregou's veteran workers hi the cause of trutli and jus tice. But here I am away out among the roiling hills of luistern Oregon, with but two women nearer thau four miles. To be sure, when I meet those two, we always talk of woman's Rights, and exult over all the good news the New Northwest brings us for as soon as I have read it I "pass it around" to them. It is a great satisfaction to me to realize that it has been the means of rousing each of them to take a deeper interest In the great question of the day. But it is not in tliis way alone that I should like to give vent to my enthusiasm. Although I am so situated that I can not meet with the friends of Woman Suffrage and labor in its...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 June 1874

il- T FRTJAY. .JUNE 5, 1S74. THE DKEIM OF TOCTH. And ehSrfal thoughts, whoso memory is sub- Rf L'mVn vague confusion that bereaves W retbewearicd heart Uiat still too fondly grieves. Bcelde a era J old farmhouse, on a dope Of Western land, beneath a nodding tree, A child reclining, full or Joy and hops. Watches the shadows dancing merrily The leafy shadows, tired ol clay Is he: And with his volume.sheftered from the sun, (A romance sweei, 01 love ana ngnis at sea) His dream of life Is curlonslv begun. With thoughts of mighty deeds that never man oe aone. Just Into sight, among the cherry trees. Up the long, lonely lane the "team" Is com lnir: While In the orchard near, some hives of bees At honey-making quietly are bumming. And half-way span old dead oak Is drnmmlnz A"yellow hammer:" and the evening breeze, That softly from tbe hazy bills Is comfnz In low, faint sobs, learned of the tropic seas, .sun genuy curs me cook upon me urcniu's IU1CUS. The sun Is sinking now behind the world...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 June 1874

1.. . W Bfyf if Iff - JiUS. A. Jr UUXIXU, tailor and Proprietor. 1ft IJCYQtca to i t(,o,itu ore s or Humanity. Independent th rellttcs unil'lteHsion. Mtve to all IJvo Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Opposing and Biposlnshe Wron-s o! tho. Masses. t , a woA On'U'K-Cor. lroiit nud fitnrk Street. THUMB, IX .VDVANCE: One year. Three tnouths.... -$3 00 1 7. 100 Fbbb SPEEcnyKr.EE Pjuss, Kkf.e Pr.optB. Correspondents writing oreras3nmedIgna lures must make known their namasp tho Edltor.or no attention will he sIven"to their AIVERTISEMBNT3lHscrtedonJleasonabIe "VOIU3XE III. IOTtTX.AJVr, OKEGON, FRIDAY, IS, 1874- NUMBER t3. communications. ' xennsi. I ffy JW)W WW AWv AMIE AND HENRY LEE; Oil TIio .Silirron T the Nmm. BT MRS. A. J. nCNlVTAY. Enterad, according lo Act nfCoiigreis.ln the year lSTly Mrs. A J. Duulway, lit the o nice of the Librarian at Oosgrec at Washington City. CHAlTEIt III. The jug of tarantula juloe, which be sotted John Lee had hidden among tlio cabbages as he came home fro...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 June 1874

4 FRIDAY. JUE 12, 1674. "IS IAYOS OF OUB CAUSE.' A "friend of Woman Suffrage" writes to us requesting that we be very careful bow we say anyumnj i of the OraM political coue , bc cause it is the only paper In the State ft WOru IU iaui i uu that speaks cause." AVe once knew a mau who had seven sons. The father was an inveterate to bacco user, but bo always spoke favora blywhen induced to speak at all upon the subject of the grand virtue of ab staining from tbo weed. One day he saw bis oldest hopeful witb a cob pipe in bis mouth, puffing away most vigor ously, "Peter," said be, "haven't I always told you that smoking was a bad, filthy habit, and that total abstinence was tbo proper thing?" "Yes," replied tbo logical scion, "but Jim .and John and Ike and Iteub and I have been holding a conference, and we'va decided that your example is stronger than your precept, and so we've agreed to be governed by the stronger party." Just so with the Oregonian's exam ple. The editor, assuming a vir...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 June 1874

FIUDAY. -JUNE 12, 1S74. HOME HEWS. t Oregon wheat is in doiuaml at I,lvr pool. The Yaquinn ooncli now makes tri weekly trips, to Elk City. Avery's troupe is ploying to good houses in tire interior towns. ' H. Y. Seott lias severed, his editorial connection with the Dailg and Wecl.y Bulletin. Ann Pinkliani, a member of the So ciety of Friends, is holding religious meetings in the valley towns. A concert was given last week hy the Chapel School, in C'orvallis, under the direction of Misses Simpson and Ilanna. If you want something good to cat nico cool rooms to eat in, and plenty of the bast, fowl at low-prices, go to Fabre's in the Contra I Market, where you will be accommodated to your-cntire satis faction. A thick strata of marbled clsy, the colors of white, gray and red being beautifully blended, has been discov ered in Benton county. "When first brought to the surface this clay is soft and pliable, but when exposed to the air it becomes almost as hard as stone. M. 1". Morxe, the ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 June 1874

PRIDAy.. 1874. ODE. IXB DECOHATIOX OAT. Brine flowers to strew again ' With lragrant purple rain ftf Hm.flni1'AfmRM vrfiltA ntiil red. The dwellings of our dead, our glorious dead ! 11 ID liens ring a solemn luncraicmiiir. Arid wild war-music brine anew the Unio When they who sleep beneath Wore full of vigorous breath. And In their manhood they aallled forth, Holding In strong right hand The fortunes or the land. The pride and power andafety of the Itorth! It seems but yesterday The lone and proud array But yesterday, when evn the solid rock ui.rJ(tr nrith an eartbauake shock. As North and South, Uko two -huge leebercs, crounu Against each other with convulsive lxund. nd Ihe whole world stood still To Tlew the mlthty war. And hear the thunderous roar. While sheeted lightnings wrapped cadi plain ana mil, Alas! how few came back From battle and from wreck t Alas! how many Ho Beneath a Southern sky. Who never heard the fearful right was dono, And all they fought for won. Sweeter, I thi...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 June 1874

A Journal for the People. v Devoted to the Interests oMIumanltyt Independent In Politics and Kellglon. Ulve to all Live Issues,. and Thorongbly Radical In Opposing and Eipo?lngthe Wrongs ' ot the Masses. MBS. A. J. DIMWIT. Editor and 1'roprletor. ttrriCE-Cor. front nnd SUirk Streets. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One year,. t3 00 Mix liintilbn I Three mouths 1 DO Free Speech, Feec Prcss, Fkek People. Correspondents writing over assumed slgna turex ninst make known their minus; to th Editor, or no attention will be given to their communications. ADVKRTISK MEST3 Inserted on Reasonable Terms. PQBTIiAND, OREGON, 1TXSII5A.Y, JUNE lO, IST'-l. TVTJri31Ii 1 -I. VOLUME III. AMI E 'AND HENRY LEE; OK The .Spheres or the Sexes. BV NHS. A. J. DUXXWAY. Entered, according o Act of Consress.ln the year 1S74, ly Mrs. A. J. Dunlway, In the office or the Librarian ot Cmigresj at Washington City. CHAPTER IV. Melvin Hastings was toon at home in the city of Portsmouth. The residence of his parents occupied a fashlo...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 June 1874

im nan FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 1S74. GAGLAW. t,.i rnfl.iv evening, at the usual Meeting, after the exercises had been appropriately opened by Rev. Dr. Atkinson, Rev. Mr. Med bury spoke far half an hour, chiefly in relation to Suffrage and Its bearing upon tho political qnestion of Tempcrauce. He spoko well and feelingly, bringing up remlnisencea of the late Rebellion in proof that the lamented Lincoln had acted wisely in wailing when the people clamored for action in their haste. We had not been upon the street dur Ing the day, and had not seen the ob noxious "Temperance Book," which It was claimed had been distributed by crusaders. As It is well known that we believe that the proper thing for women to do is not to electioneer upon the streets, but to demand their legal rights as voters, we feel no call at this stage of political action to attend the polls, or their vicinity. Rut wo gathered, from the drift of Brother Medbury's remarks, that women bad acted Insome instances with more zeal ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 June 1874

JUXE 19, 1S74. EOMENEWS. Those who have never visiled "Wood's Museum have no idea of its worth and magnitude. Mr. "Wood has expended vast sums of money in amassing his collection of curiosities, and we think the city is in duty bound to donate tho rent of the building in which he is struggling to build up an institution of which any city might be proud. A donation of sixty dollars per month would pay the rental of a fine suite of rooms for his business ami enable him to add con tinually that amount in attractions to the museum, besides tho profits of tho business, which are wholly absorbed in accumulations. The concert recently given at Oro Fino Hall for the benefit of the Coutrreira- tioual Church was largely attended and proved a success in every particular. A notable and noteworthy incident of the entertainment was the assistance of the prominent star actress. Fanny Morcran Phelps. The great mUtake of thn ( hurch neoiile lias lone been that thev havo discarded theaters, dancing, ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 June 1874

rrn u j FRIDAY. -JUT2 19, 1S74. She THE PRIEST AND TIIE SriBEKBT IBXE Did yon hear of the curate who mounted his AndmerriiytrottcangtothcfalrS OfVreStn" more tractable none ever heard; In the height other speed she would atop at a And again' with a wont, when the curato said wirr! wouTd put forth her mettle and gallop away. As near to the gates of a city hp rode, While theclorloussun all brilllantlvelowed. The good man discovered, with eyes of iteslre, A mulberry tree In ahedceotwlld briar: High upon a bough might have tempted a brnte, Large,glossy and black.hungthe beautiful fruit. The curate was hunirry. and thlstv to boot: He shrank from the thorns, though he longed for the fruit: With a word he arrested his courser keen speeu, Tlien stood ur erect on the hark of h! tui On the saddle he stood.whlle the creature kept atlll. And he gathered the fruit till he'd taken his on. "Sure, never." be said, "was a creature so rare! How docile, how true; Is this excellent mare: See, here now ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 June 1874

Editor sad rreprleior. 4 i'X Journal for ihcl'cople. ' lievoted to the XnTerestsof rruTnanlty. I InilepcnllcMJhi'oififiSSEJlJslon I iiiva u nil T.Itci Iisup.Si and Thorou?hlT OFriC'C-t'ori. r roil I nnil Ktnrk MlrfU. i, itaiijqnl lqposjugandExpoalnsUiotJng TBrttltf, Jtf ADVANCE: "jylajai.' One reU mix meat, lure - 100 j , Correspondents writing oyer waumedslana. rrx fture'? mu'it'moke'ltnown thelr'nartta "W'tha AUVKRJISIOlTfeSTSlHsertedoa 'Reasonable Tenf; Ed'llbr.or ria stientlbn wlll & srver?J&,ftfielr LeommnnlMitlrm. ... .ii 'I..O flSUX : " max Hrnior, Fbhb nuavkE rri.E. . " 7 t vajuiua xu. jrcivxjuj-i'-' j " v inf? i ' r- - - i. u.uuifiit ANU'E'-AN'D HENRY- LEE; OR- ,Tli Sphere of the Jiexe.' 1 , ( ' " '' fit ihn. a. j. tmXtvexr. i Kmpr&d, Bacon! Ine to Aot of Consrv8. In tUej year x7, By jis. A. J. jminwuy, u jnc poitnor 1 lie TJtrfarata or Oratress at Wellington City. CKAlTr.B . GreaMs the Interest that is usually, aken hy-rtlral people In a neighborhood L pressed,...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 June 1874

FRIDAY. JUNE -6, 1S74. ATTEHTIO PEIENDS. Wc are notifying delinquents as rap idly as possible by postal cards. If auy mistakes are made, tbey will be prompt ly corrected when our attention is called to theni. Friends, if you could only re alize tue terrible pressure upon us to sustain this great enterprise afbnc.wheu men only succeed in this business bv oo-opcration in joint stock companies, or. by the favor of litigant laws and party assessments, wc believe you would work much harder for the Peoples' Pa per man you do. LADIES' TEMPEBANOE ALLIANCE, This secret society, which dares not meet with open doors lest some of that despised class of religious zealots who followed Je3us in tho mission for which He was crucified by "conservatives:" this "respectable'' society, consisting of sixteen members and five officers, whose committee "couldn'tagreo" when partly composed of a few ladies known to be in sympathy with the crusaders, and so "ad journed" to get a committee or Its own; this ni...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 June 1874

FRIDAY- J,l'SE J36, 1874. HOMEEWS. The California Minstrels are having a succossful run nt Oro Kim this wcel;. There 1b talk of an excursion to the Cascades by the Good Templars of this city on the Fourth of July. 2inc graduates go out from Portland Academy ami Female Semiuary this year, five of whom are ladies. A real lie Kreupiue was received at the Oregon Muslim per steamer Cali fornia from Alaska, on herlast trip. The commencement exercises at St. Helen's Hall were very interesting and so largely attended that many persons eould not gain admittance. The trial of Robert Giblien?, for the murder of -diaries F. Schoppe, resulted in conviction of murder Iir the first de dree. -SeHtenee will be imssed in a few days. Miss Ghnpfn 4s spoken of by the city press as being a brilliant and fttoiimt ing sneaker, and :is having haudleil her subject, "Wonian's Sphere," in a mas terly manner. Vnioti Temperance Meeting was held at the liabtist Church, on last Ssibbath evening. Judge Green, of Wa...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 26 June 1874

FRIDAY-.. THE llOCSEKKKEEfi'S TKAGEDt. One day.as I wandered, I heanl ft complaining. And saw a poor womati,'thcpleture of gloom; She glared nt tho mud on her door-stop, ('twas raining., . . . . And this vyns uer waJl-aSjSbe wielued her broom: "Oh! lifeisntoll.nndRfeJia trouble. And beauty wll I fade , and riches will (Iff. And pleasures they dwindle, and prices they double,. . tt r. . And nothing Is what I could wlah It to be "There's too much or worrJment goes to a bon net;. There's too much of ironing rocs to a shirt: There's nothing that pays ior the time you waste on it; There's nothing that lasts us but trouble and dirt. "In March it is mud; It's slush In December; Thomldsummerbreexesara loaded with dust; In the fall our leave litter! in murky Septem ber The wall-paper rots and the candlesticks rust. "There are worms In the cherries, and slots In tho roses. And ants in the sucar, and mice in the pjes. The rubbish of spiders no mortalsupposes. Of ravishing roaches, and damaging...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 July 1874

MUS. A. J. DD.MWAT, Editor nni; Proprietor. orritiK-Cor. IVont ana 'Stark Street. 1 A' Jonrna for the People. jm1! lievotcd to the Interests or Humanity. ' InJepenOeutltnCpolIticH und Religion. Ulve to atl tlve Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In OpnyslnsanilExposih:thVwTong St 'thWiasiet.- . : TKRSIfi, IX ADVANCE : O ne year. .. Six month Tlire nimutiK , . , , -MOO 1 73 Fnci Hrsreir, Fuee Pniss, Kbee rrori-E. Correspondent writing overastumeil'ilgna 'tares nriutlmaketknown 'their names no Uia EJ.'.Sorior no attention will be given, to; their qommuulratous. f " ADVERTISEMENTS Insertedon Reasonable TOLIDIE III. FOTZrCJUAJSOD , OBEGONt FRIDAY, JULY 3, lST-i- KranJER to. j cnuv, AM IE AND HENRY LEE; -.OR Nplirrra of the Tlis Hexes. BT XHS. A. J. DCSXWAY. KMerwfl.iHxmrrtlriKto Aotorrongre:,In the year 18l,1ij-MrK. A. J. Dnnlwuy, In the office of the Librarian of emigres at AVjwhlujrton City, CHAPTER VI. The winter months dragged wearily along, bringing little change to the lonely family a...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 July 1874

4 FRIDAY.. .JULY 3, 1S74. THE TOUETH. The ninety-eighth anniversary of our independence is close upon us, heralded as usual by the acclamations of thous ands of tho patriotic men and women of the great Republic Our language has loner since been exhausted of its adjec tives to describe In fitting terms the brave deeds of the heroes of '"(, while eloquenco has exhausted itself in the ef fort to portray the glories of our past, and paint the glowing possibilities of our future. Still, evidently agreeing with Dr. Young, that "truth no years impair," our orators all over the land are making themselves ready to recite again to the multitude the familiar story of our Na- tion'fl birth throes, while editors are busy with pen and pencil striving to clothe in new language the old story. This is, however, a well nlgli vain at tempt, for beyond a slight transposition of sentences, or an artful putting of old ideas in different words, both orations and editorial effusions will be the exact count...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 July 1874

FRIDAY.. JULY 187 HOMEHEWS. Our county offlcials vacate in favor of Monday ted succcssors on nest It is anuouueed that Madam Anna Bishop will shortly visit this State on a I'roiessional tour. t- Xo., ,?eraUon of the "glorious f. .i," our cili'- Our citizens gen erally will celebrate elsewhere. The Minstrels, after a short sojourn at the ( apital, have returned to this city, and delighted .pleasure-seekers, with a i liange of programme. On the new trial granted by Judge r ltflertOibbenswas found guilty or homieid.-, and was by the Court sen tenced to imprisonment for lire., Religious servico was held'-lu' the clmpet at. the Tnsane Asylum on last f-abbath by Rev. T. L. Eliot. The in mates seemedmuch iutercated in the s.'-vice. ' .-- TilC Dlllllin (ulnnl.a nf fl.ta .: Jll ciose for the annual vacation on Kridav.H J"&:r,, TJ.e Public school! n Stephens' wimon to -KMt Portland closed on 1 riday last. Studies will not resumed until September. The services of Prof. A. J. Anderwn, ? .1 ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 3 July 1874

FRIDAY. JUIA 1674. is TnK 'PoucE cornT. "Call the next," said theJustlce; and up to the Stepped a rudteftceU womau, who held by the A bright little Ctrl or wrac Ix .yean i or more, Well clad In blue rroelcand whit pinafore. ' Said the applicant, bowtmrand courtesvtnglow: "ITyo please, I would like from yer Honor to Can Isend this, my child, to some decent re- Whorp she'll set a bit lodging and. something to cat? The Protectory, now, I was thinking of sure; They say tbat'f a place that Is safe and secure; And I thongbt.lf yer Honor would give me a blf ' ' Of an order.Pd like her protected In 1L" Said the Judge.looklng kindly at mother and child, "Is your little one there disobedient nrwll.I" " 'Dlsobaydlent,' Is It ? Why, Lord love ye, no! She Is the wlllln'lst darlln' ye ever could know: Sure yer own little child, U ye have one, can't Monsbetter behaved or more lovln' than she. But the limes Ss so Tiard, and ye see, sir, the rent - ' ' Cant be paid any more, for the money's all spen...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 July 1874

' A Journal for the People. -"f lvoled'to'tlle"lntercsts"o? HuraahTty HRS. A. J. IH'MHAT. tdllor aai Proprietor. Ol'FirC-t'vr. IVnnl and ftlnrli fiirerU. I IndciicnucnUIu TollUcs undUtellglon. Allvc-.to, all-.Ltro'JsMies, aniLTlioroiitlilj (lladlcal.In Opposing anil Exposing the Wrong ot UiC-Mnsses. ; . .. TBRMS. IN ADVANCE: Oa year. - "' si" months . Xaiee montliK 1 T3 .. 1 00 Fr.tr .Speech, Free Iess, Fbkk 1'koplk. PnmmnTii!intq writing over awnmed Siena tares must mate jenoirn their name-'' to the voltbie in. 3? ORTIuVND , OREGON, ITKIDVY, JULY lO, 1S7V1. NUMBER 1"T. Edltor.or no attention will be given' to their communications. . : . . I VEflTISKMENTS Inserted on Reasonable AMIE AND HENRY LEE; -OK The .Spliirn of the Sum. BY VIS. A. J. HCXIWAT. ' Entered . aeoonlimc Jo Act of Congress, in the rear 16" I, by Mr. A.J. Danlwny, In the office of he Librarian of Concrete at Washington city. girl who has her living to make in the poverty, never imagining that she could city is in daug...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 10 July 1874

It- .-JULY 10, IS74. TO OOBBESPOHDENTS. Several communications came too late for this week's Issue. Correspondent will please exercise the grace of patience. All shall receive attention in due time. "We have during the past ten days sent out a large number of postal cards to delinquent subscribers, and will again state that we will cheerfully correct any mistake that may bo made, and we de sire that all may respond as promptly as possible to the notice sent. . ;the CITY. PATHEES COME TO THE EEOHT. Great was the rejoicing in the camps iOf temperance, when the ordinance of ' June 25th passed the Common Council: FKIDAY. ' great, also, was tho dismay which the subsequent ordinance, abolishing the -principal-feature of the former one, oc casioned. But if the rejoicing In the first instance was short-lived, so also .wasthe lamentation in the second; .for, even as "each in the other's countenance "read his own dismay," his Honor the Mayor Interposed, and by withholding his signature, preve...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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