|Scope & Content
Contents: Roseburg Plaindealer Febrary 13, 1902.--Centennial notes in Oregon History, prepared weekly by Kenneth W. Duckett, librarian of the Oregon Historical Society and chairan of the Oregon Centennial Commission's Advisory Committee on history.--Activities for Centennial set for Roseburg.--Oregon Territory 1848, Statehood 1859, 20th state admitted to the Union.--Derivation of Doulas Geographic Names traced in Oregon History.--Early Masacres, Indian skirmishes in Douglas History are recounted.--Umpqua are believed first in Oregon to host white man. (The News Review Feb. 13, 1959).--Douglas County Centennial Observance is great success (The News Review Sept. 2, 1952.).--Steamship Beaver rated most famous of Region.--First Oregon Hawaiian bought by fur traders.--Roseburg High Clas of 1938 has 40th anniversary (The News Review, August 26, 1978).--Displau at Oregon Historical Society is featured in sketches by R. C. Harrington from The Sunday Oregonian, Jan. 18, 1925.--Sounty as it was 100 years ago described in W. H. Byars' Papers.--1861 Flood happenings related. (The News Review March 19, 1959.