Oregon at Work: 1859-2009

Explore how Oregon pioneers survived in a new land, and how their work ethic came down the generations.

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About the Book

The history of labor in Oregon is a history of Oregonians. From

wrangling a thresher to turn out each year’s wheat harvest to wrestling

a new computer program to grind out each week’s status report,

work occupies, sustains, and to some extent even defines us. The

equipment and the tasks may have changed over the years, but the

can-do attitude of Oregonians remains. The following pages contain

an exploration of how these tasks and equipment have changed—a

history of how Oregonians have worked in the one-hundred and

fifty years Oregon has been a state

Genre: History
Publisher: Ooligan Press
Publication Year: 2009
ASIN: 1932010270
ISBN: 1932010270
List Price: 21.95
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About the Author
Tom Fuller

Tom is a history author and the founder of Imagine Public Relations. Tom is an award-winning web designer, communications professional and video producer. Tom resides in the northern Willamette Valley of Oregon. See my Amazon author page at: https://www.amazon.com/Tom-Fuller/e/B001RXWFBG/ref=aufs_dp_fta_dsk

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