Oregon centennial feature stories
|Title:||Oregon centennial feature stories.|
|Name(s):||Oregon State College News Bureau|
|Type of Resource:||text|
|Publisher:||Oregon State College News Bureau|
|Place of Publication:||[Corvallis, Or|
1 online resource (62 leaves)
|Table of Contents:||General stores, larger farms seen for state in 2059 -- Superior trees, knotless lumber seen for future -- New industries rated Oregon's top future need -- 123 year old Oregon dairy industry sees major changes ahead -- Face lifting seen in next 25 years for Oregon's range -- Centennial sees Oregon turkeys world renowned -- Potatoes worth weight in gold in early Oregon -- OSC livestock leader sees market gains, bigger changes ahead -- Oregon shows way in development of seed industry -- Corn, once rated poor Oregon crop, now in limelight -- Medicine man era, pharmacy advances highlight century -- Soil conservation laws in Oregon date back to 1870 -- Wheat was gold in early Oregon; still no.1 crop -- Hen helped make Oregon famous in early years -- Irrigation started slowly in Oregon, now key to future -- 1859 gardens more exotic than today's -- Ice cream, Oregon grew up together: history outlined.|
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"Stories written by members of the Agricultural Information and News Bureau staffs; mailed to all Oregon papers, radio and TV, and magazines."
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Oregon -- Centennial celebrations, etc
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