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THE OREGON EARLY SETTLER & PIONEER CERTIFICATES PROJECT

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THE OREGON EARLY SETTLER & PIONEER CERTIFICATES PROJECT

Kathi Stine (View posts)
Posted: 10 Nov 2001 8:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 11 Nov 2001 1:34PM GMT
The Oregon Genealogical Society sponsors the THE OREGON EARLY SETTLER & PIONEER CERTIFICATES PROJECT in their effort to record and preserve Early Oregon History. Eligible applicants receive a certificate that is printed on parchment-type paper (8.5"x11") with the OGS official seal and their pioneer/early settler's family name in calligraphy. The certificates are $10.00 each and are suitable for framing. You are eligible to apply for an Oregon Pioneer Certificate if your ancestors lived in Oregon Territory or Oregon before October 31, 1872. You are eligible to apply for an Early Settler Certificate if your ancestor settled in Oregon between October 31, 1872 and December 31, 1900. Send for an application: O.G.S., P.O. Box 10306, Eugene, OR 97440-2306.
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Kathi Stine 11 Nov 2001 3:05AM GMT 
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