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The emigration year of stands out as the year of illness and death on the trail for humans and animals alike. Most of the human toll was the result of cholera. While the diaries often suggest that the cattle died from an imaginary disease called "hollow horn", it is thought by some experts that the loss of cattle was actually due to anthrax with the stress of the journey as a contributing factor.

The diaries and journals available for that year mention seeing wagons "as far as the eye can see" both ahead and behind. While it has been estimated that over 10, adventurous souls started out for Oregon in , an accounting of how many actually arrived is hard to determine. It is thought that as many as 1, may have turned back.

Indians were not as troublesome in as some of the other years. The size of the emigration also no doubt had a bearing. Trains were traveling so close to each other that it provided extra security. Most of the trains for were small in size due to the difficulty in finding water, camping spots and feed for the cattle. A larger train was simply too hard to manage. And this would not account for the approximately companies headed for California.

As I compile the listing for I welcome any additions and corrections you care to make. I can be contacted at the email address at the bottom of this page. Diaries, Journals and Reminiscences of the Emigration. Alvin Clark company consisted of about 28 individuals. There were 3 deaths in this company. The company traveled closely with other family groups including the Richey train. They arrived at Kanesville, Iowa May 8, and left from there. Their journey has been documented and compiled by Mike Booth and is available in the Akin Diary he has contributed.

At least for a portion of the journey they were joined by a group led by Newton D. There were 22 wagons in the group.

Their web site features many of the names on the McCully Train. Daviess Gibson, originally emigrant of , led party of 40 wagons that included family and friends. There were 46 people on the train This is the only number I found.

All the wagons but one belonged to the family. Each wagon was drawn by three or four yoke of oxen, that would be over one hundred fifty. On the trip to Oregon they lost five members to cholera.

Paul Rekow's Family Tree http: Note per Ken Robinson: I'm not quite sure how "46 people" - including children - managed 52 wagons. I'm suspicious of the math. Any additional information would be appreciated. The company arrived at Council Bluffs June 3, Benjamin Hyland for added protection through Indian country.

It made 14 wagons and 32 able bodied men. Raymond left the company along with eleven others to pack to The Dalles. Also notes that on June 26 a fight broke out in camp between a man and his son-in-law. They were asked to leave the company with their families. Five days later the older man was ill and on July 2 it states"the sick man is dead this morning.

Wrapped him in bed clothes and layed him in the ground without any coffin". The company arrived at The Dalles Oct 24, Hyland had company of six wagons from Plainfield, IL.

This is train is being researched by Jim Cook see researcher page for his contact information. Joseph, MO May 10th where they were joined by a group of men from Groveland who had gone ahead to accompany their shipment of provisions.

Also joining at that time was a small company from Mt. Sterling, Brown Co, IL. On May 28th they arrived at Fort Kearney with a company consisting of 12 wagons, 52 men, women and children, oxen and 12 horses; May 28 arrived at Ft. Documented over graves along the way. This list has been compiled by family researcher Willard Anderson. He graciously shared the information with me for the benefit of others interested in this family.

As the word of the virtues of the Oregon Territory reached Illinois, the talk turned to another move. An advanced migration of church members went west in In April , a second migration of church members began the journey. The Monmouth, Illinois Atlas newspaper, on April 16, described the gathering and departure of the train.

In following issues, the newspaper also published several letters written during the journey and from Oregon written by Rev. In , the last of these migrations from the church headed west in what was known as The Butler Train. It was led by Ira F. Butler and contained family and friends. Gilham led a train from Macoupin Co, IL that consisted of about 20 wagons and 70 people.

Crawford led a party consisting of individuals. It encluded 84 families and 27 single men. They left from St. Joseph, Missouri May 9. As with most of the larger companies, members split off, rejoined and sometimes split again. By the end of the journey there was as much as 50 miles separating the various wagons of the train. There were a number of different captains along the way. Names include Tigard, Harer, Winn, Ingram and numerous others. Emigrants to Oregon in The census lists his occupation as a nurseryman.

During his years of residence in the Portland area he had always been a generous benefactor to the local Methodist church as well as other institutions. Oliver died in Yamhill County 31 Mar Olive Charles Williams , Minnie L. The family settled in Yamhill County. Benjamin Agee removed to Douglas County in , and still resides on a farm near Roseburg. Has a wife and ten children. AKIN, Susan c Wife s previous name, Mrs.

He was on his way to the depot to return to his home in Salem after visiting a daughter. He was the father of seven children William C. He was buried taken to Portland and then returned to Columbia Slough for burial. There is no indication that he and his wife had children. They remain in Illinois until sometime between the and census when the family shows up in the Harrisburg, Linn Co, OR census.

By the family is living in Portland where Benjamin died 06 Nov He was the father of seven children Mary Etta, Margaret J. As a young man Allen suffered from a throat ailment and was advised to go west to seek a healthier climate. Louis in May , and from there re-shipped to Council Bluffs, Iowa, purchasing six oxen along the way. Allen left Council Bluffs on May 19, , heading for Oregon. He traveled west with 32 Ohio families. There were wagons in his train. A Yankee on Puget Sound: Washington State University Press, The book concerns his travels and activities during a three-year stay in Washington Territory.

She may have died prior to emigration. Eva, Ai, May, Alfred, unknown, unknown. See list for further information on him. It appears he does not return west. There is no indication he ever married. Married Margaret Davidson in


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The census of showed there were , people, 58, households, and 31, families residing in the city of Eugene. The population density was 3, There were 61, housing units at an average density of 1, There were 58, households, of which The average household size was 2.

In the city, the population was The median age was 33 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Eugene Bible College was started from this movement by Fred Hornshuh in There are two Eastern Orthodox Church parishes in Eugene: There are six Roman Catholic parishes in Eugene as well: Mary Catholic Church , [57] St.

Jude Catholic Church, St. Mark Catholic Church, St. Peter Catholic Church, St. Paul Catholic Church, and St. Thomas More Catholic Church. The Eugene area has a sizeable LDS Church presence, with three stakes, consisting of 23 congregations wards and branches.

The greater Eugene-Springfield area also has a Jehovah's Witnesses presence with five Kingdom Halls, several having multiple congregations in one Kingdom Hall. Eugene has a community of some Sikhs , who have established a Sikh temple. Luckey's Club Cigar Store is one of the oldest bars in Oregon.

The "Club Cigar", as it was called in the late 19th century, was for many years a men-only salon. It survived both the Great Depression and Prohibition , partly because Eugene was a dry town before the end of Prohibition. Corporate headquarters for the employee-owned Bi-Mart corporation and family-owned Market of Choice remain in Eugene.

Emporium Department Stores , which was founded in North Bend , Oregon, had its headquarters in Eugene but closed all stores in Organically Grown Company , the largest distributor of organic fruits and vegetables in the northwest, started in Eugene in as a non-profit co-op for organic farmers. Until July , Hynix Semiconductor America had operated a large semiconductor plant in west Eugene.

In late September , Uni-Chem of South Korea announced its intention to purchase the Hynix site for solar cell manufacturing. The company abandoned these plans and put it up for sale in November Many multinational businesses were launched in Eugene. In , the Eugene metro region was dubbed the Silicon Shire. Eugene has a significant population of people in pursuit of alternative ideas and a large original hippie population.

In , the city council unanimously approved a new slogan for the city: While Eugene has a vibrant arts community for a city its size, and is well situated near many outdoor opportunities, this slogan was frequently criticized by locals as embarrassing and ludicrous.

All vendors must create or grow all their own products. Eugene is noted for its "community inventiveness. The University of Oregon's participatory planning process, known as The Oregon Experiment , was the result of student protests in the early s. The book of the same name is a major document in modern enlightenment thinking in planning and architectural circles.

The process, still used by the university in modified form, was created by Christopher Alexander , whose works also directly inspired the creation of the Wiki. Not coincidentally, those engineering movements also had origins here. Decades after its publication, A Pattern Language is still one of the best-selling books on urban design. In the s, Eugene was packed with cooperative and community projects. It still has small natural food stores in many neighborhoods, some of the oldest student cooperatives in the country, and alternative schools have been part of the school district since The old Grower's Market, downtown near the Amtrak depot, is the only food cooperative in the U.

It is possible to see Eugene's trend-setting non-profit tendencies in much newer projects, such as the Tango Center and the Center for Appropriate Transport. In , an initiative began to create a tenant-run development process for downtown Eugene. In the fall of , neighbors noticed "an unassuming two-acre remnant orchard tucked into the Friendly Area Neighborhood" [91] had been put up for sale by its owner, a resident of New York City. The City of Eugene has an active Neighborhood Program.

Several neighborhoods are known for their green activism. Friendly Neighborhood has a highly popular neighborhood garden established on the right of way of a street never built.

There are a number of community gardens on public property. Amazon Neighborhood has a former church turned into a community center. Whiteaker hosts a housing co-op that dates from the early s that has re-purposed both their parking lots into food production and play space. An unusual eco-village with natural building techniques and large shared garden can be found in Jefferson Westside neighborhood.

A several block area in the River Road Neighborhood is known as a permaculture hotspot with an increasing number of suburban homes trading grass for garden, installing rain water catchment systems, food producing landscapes and solar retrofits. Several sites have planted gardens by removing driveways. Citizen volunteers are working with the City Eugene to restore a tree filbert grove on public property.

There are deepening social and economic networks in the neighborhood. Because of its status as a college town , Eugene has been home to many music genres, musicians and bands, ranging from electronic dance music such as dubstep and drum and bass to garage rock , hip hop , folk and heavy metal.

Eugene also has a growing reggae and street-performing bluegrass and jug band scene. Multi-genre act the Cherry Poppin' Daddies became a prominent figure in Eugene's music scene and became the house band at Eugene's W. In the late s, their contributions to the swing revival movement propelled them to national stardom.

Rock band Floater originated in Eugene as did the Robert Cray blues band. Doom metal band YOB is among the leaders of the Eugene heavy music scene. Eugene is home to " Classical Gas " Composer and two-time Grammy award winner Mason Williams who spent his years as a youth living between his parents in Oakridge, Oregon and Oklahoma.

Mason Williams puts on a yearly Christmas show at the Hult center for performing arts with a full orchestra produced by author, audio engineer and University of Oregon professor Don Latarski. Dick Hyman , noted jazz pianist and musical director for many of Woody Allen's films, designs and hosts the annual Now Hear This!

Eugene is also home to a large Zimbabwean music community. Kutsinhira Cultural Arts Center , which is "dedicated to the music and people of Zimbabwe ," is based in Eugene. The City's public visual arts venue, the Jacobs Gallery, has also closed. The Art and the Vineyard event continues. In installations from a group of Eugene-based artists known as Light At Play were showcased in several events around the world as part of the International Year of Light , including displays at the Smithsonian and the National Academy of Sciences.

The Eugene area has been used as a filming location for several Hollywood films, most famously for 's National Lampoon's Animal House , which was also filmed in nearby Cottage Grove. As the campus was still under construction at the time, the "occupation scenes" were easier to shoot. Nicholson directed the film Drive, He Said in Eugene.

James , was filmed in Eugene in the fall of Personal Best , starring Mariel Hemingway , was filmed in Eugene in The film centered on a group of women who are trying to qualify for the Olympic track and field team. Two track and field movies about the life of Steve Prefontaine , Prefontaine and Without Limits were released within a year of each other in — Prefontaine was filmed in Washington because the Without Limits production bought out Hayward Field for the summer to prevent its competition from shooting there.

Moore had also had a role in Personal Best. Stealing Time , a independent film, was partially filmed in Eugene. When the film premiered in June at the Seattle International Film Festival , it was titled Rennie's Landing after a popular bar near the University of Oregon campus. The title was changed for its DVD release. Zerophilia was filmed in Eugene in American football is especially popular, with intense rivalries between the Ducks and both the Oregon State University Beavers and the University of Washington Huskies.

The basketball arena, McArthur Court , was built in Jogging was introduced to the U. During Bowerman's 24 years at Oregon, his track teams finished in the top ten at the NCAA championships 16 times, including four team titles , '64, '65, '70 , and two second-place trophies. His teams also posted a dual meet record of — Bowerman also invented the waffle sole for running shoes in Eugene, and with Oregon alumnus Phil Knight founded shoe giant Nike.

Eugene's miles of running trails, through its unusually large park system, are the most extensive in the U. The city has dozens of running clubs. The climate is cool and temperate, good both for jogging and record-setting.

Eugene is home to the University of Oregon's Hayward Field track, which hosts numerous collegiate and amateur track and field meets throughout the year, most notably the Prefontaine Classic.

Eugene is also home to the Eugene Emeralds , a short-season Class A minor-league baseball team. Spencer Butte Park at the southern edge of town provides access to Spencer Butte, a dominant feature of Eugene's skyline.

Hendricks Park , situated on a knoll to the east of downtown, is known for its rhododendron garden and nearby memorial to Steve Prefontaine, known as Pre's Rock , where the legendary University of Oregon runner was killed in an auto accident. The city of Eugene maintains an urban forest. The University of Oregon campus is an arboretum , with over species of trees.

The city operates and maintains scenic hiking trails that pass through and across the ridges of a cluster of hills in the southern portion of the city, on the fringe of residential neighborhoods. Some trails allow biking, and others are for hikers and runners only. The nearest ski resort, Willamette Pass , is one hour from Eugene by car. On the way, along Oregon Route 58 , are several reservoirs and lakes, the Oakridge mountain bike trails, hot springs , and waterfalls within Willamette National Forest.

Eugene residents also frequent Hoodoo and Mount Bachelor ski resorts. In , Eugene adopted a council-manager form of government, replacing the day-to-day management of city affairs by the part-time mayor and volunteer city council with a full-time professional city manager.

The subsequent history of Eugene city government has largely been one of the dynamics—often contentious—between the city manager, the mayor and city council. The mayor of Eugene is Lucy Vinis , who has been in office since winning the popular vote in Jon Ruiz has been the city manager since April Eugene City Hall was abandoned in for reasons of structural integrity, energy efficiency, and obsolete size. Various offices of city government became tenants in eight other buildings. Eugene is home to the University of Oregon.

The Eugene School District includes four full-service high schools Churchill , North Eugene , Sheldon , and South Eugene and many alternative education programs, such as international schools and charter schools.

Foreign language immersion programs in the district are available in Spanish, French, Chinese, and Japanese. The Bethel School District serves children in the Bethel neighborhood on the northwest edge of Eugene. There are 11 schools in this district. The largest library in Oregon is the University of Oregon's Knight Library , with collections totaling more than 3 million volumes and over , audio and video items. Eugene also has the Lane County Law Library. The largest newspaper serving the area is The Register-Guard , a daily newspaper with a circulation of about 70,, published independently by the Baker family of Eugene until , before being acquired by GateHouse Media.

Additionally, the community supports two other radio stations: Operating more than 90 buses during peak hours, LTD carries riders on 3. LTD also offers paratransit. Cycling is popular in Eugene and many people commute via bicycle. Summertime events and festivals frequently have bike parking "corrals" that are often filled to capacity by three hundred or more bikes.

Many people commute to work by bicycle every month of the year. Numerous bike shops provide the finest rain gear products, running lights and everything a biker needs to ride and stay comfortable in the damp, misty climate.

Bike trails take commuting and recreational bikers along the Willamette River past a scenic rose garden, along Amazon Creek, through the downtown, and through the University of Oregon campus. Census Bureau's annual American Community Survey reported that Eugene had a bicycle commuting mode share of 7.

The Amtrak depot downtown was restored in ; it is the southern terminus for two daily runs of the Amtrak Cascades , and a stop along the route in each direction for the daily Coast Starlight. Air travel is served by the Eugene Airport , also known as Mahlon Sweet Field, which is the fifth largest airport in the Northwest and second largest airport in Oregon.

The Eugene Metro area also has numerous private airports. EWEB got its start in the first decade of the 20th century, after an epidemic of typhoid found in the groundwater supply.

EWEB got into the electric business when power was needed for the water pumps. Excess electricity generated by the EWEB's hydropower plants was used for street lighting.

Wastewater treatment services are provided by the Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission, a partnership between the Cities of Eugene and Springfield and Lane County. Three hospitals serve the Eugene-Springfield area.

Oregon Medical Group, a primary care based multi-specialty group, operates several clinics in Eugene, [] as does PeaceHealth Medical Group. Eugene has four sister cities: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

City in Oregon, United States. List of people from Eugene, Oregon. United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on January 24, Retrieved December 21, Retrieved May 27, Retrieved September 29, New Ramp Meters to Ease Traffic". United States Geological Survey.

Retrieved January 31, Retrieved January 6, Retrieved December 31, Archived from the original on August 31, Retrieved January 5, Retrieved June 7, Archived from the original on May 29, Seasonal Lifeways, Tek, Anthropocene". Critical and Indigenous Anthropology. For most of them, you just go, maybe pay a small fee, get naked and sit. That's what hot springs should be. At Bagby, however, they not only make you work for it, they make you pay for it. After a minute hike, you come to a year-old lodge, where hot water flows from natural springs out of spigots into wooden tubs.

The top floor offers five rooms with small private tubs. On a Sunday afternoon visit on Memorial Day weekend, there wasn't a wait for these. If you're alone or with one companion, these tubs are probably the way to go—although, I couldn't help but think about all the sex people have had in them. If you're with more than just one other bather, you'll have to wait for the tubs outside the lodge, which comfortably fit up to four.

While it's filling with boiling hot water, you grab a 6-gallon bucket and walk down to a stream, where you fill the bucket and then carry it all the way back to the tub and pour it in to cool the water. Repeat this a dozen or so times until you've carried about 72 gallons of cold water.

Once it's finally filled, your muscles are sore enough to need it. Also, you're not allowed to be naked in the area. If you're a CrossFit, cute-sports-bra type, maybe this is your steeze. Otherwise, head to the more naturalistic hot springs. Two and a half hours from Portland: Drive east on Highway through Estacada. Just past the Ripplebrook Guard Station, the highway turns into Road Follow this for 4 miles to the junction of Road 63, turn right and travel 4 miles to Road Turn right and follow Road 70 for 6 miles to the Bagby Trailhead.

The walk is 1. First, the bad news: Umpqua Springs is the farthest from Portland on this list. It's almost five hours away, east of Roseburg on the way to Crater Lake, if you're headed there. Why make the trip? This is arguably the finest hot springs in the state, a gorgeous collection of small pools perched on a steep embankment overlooking the rushing North Umpqua River below. The largest pool is covered with a little wooden lean-to emblazoned with hippie art, including an intricate Steal Your Face.

The other pools cling to the side of the hill, getting cooler as you go lower, but all are warm and offer great views. The hill is made of mineral-rich, brownish-orange soil that contrasts spectacularly with the greenish waters of the springs. The pools are popular with traveler types—I shared one with a man whose entire face was covered in tattoos—and the chill vibes are fueled by cheap beer and talk of French hostels.

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Find great camping in and around Eugene, Oregon. Read trusted reviews of Eugene RV Parks & Campgrounds from campers just like you. An Oregonian/OregonLive investigation found that a combination of lax state rules, inconsistent lab practices and inaccurate test results has enabled pesticide-laced products to enter the medical. The Cherry Poppin' Daddies are an American band established in Eugene, Oregon, in Formed by singer-songwriter Steve Perry and bassist Dan Schmid, the band has experienced many membership changes over the years, with only Perry, Schmid and trumpeter Dana Heitman currently remaining from the founding line-up.. The Daddies' music is primarily a mix of swing and ska, contrastingly.