Oregon Books for Your Research
This is by no means a complete list of book stores on the internet who have books about Oregon's early days, but is meant to be a starting point in your search for resources. Note that some sites have books or microfilm for sale, while others are volunteer-based free services. If you know of a good resource, or have a website resource, please drop us a line.
- Oregon Genealogy books on line (books on this site)
- AccessGenealogy Library - books on line
- AddAll Used and out of Print Books
- AGLL Books and Microfiche
- Amazon Books
- Ancestral Books
- Barnes and Noble Books
- Bibliofind Rare Books
- Blairs' Book Service
- Book Serve
- Books We Own - Oregon - Great RootsWeb volunteers who have books about Oregon and will do lookups
- Broad View Books, Used Genealogy Books
- "Episcopal Marriages of the Southern Oregon Coast, 1884-1940," available from Bayview Publishers, P. O. Box 4003, Coos Bay, Oregon 97420-0509, $23.00 postpaid. This book is a compilation of marriage records for the Episcopal churches on the south coast. The entries are taken direct from parish records and cross-referenced to courthouse records. The every-name index includes 2,450 names. This is the first printing of this book. For more information, contact Barbara Eakley
- Genealogical Publishing Company
- Barbara Green's Used Genealogy Books
- Heritage Quest Research Library & Bookstore, if you live in Baker County, OR this is a free service through the Baker County Library
- Heritage Books, Inc.
- Higginson Book Company
- Madigan's Books
- Quintin Publications
- Oregon Territorial Press
- Powell's Books - in Portland, OR
- Willow Bend Books (Part of Heritage Books)
Shifting Winds of War: Indian Territory 1861-1865 by Ethel Crisp Taylor, Ethel is coordinator for Coos County, Oregon.
Over 30,000 Western and Eastern Indians were drawn into the Civil War conflict as soldiers or auxiliaries of the United States or the Confederate States. Of these people, nearly 10,000 served in the Union in the Indian Home Guard Regiments and 20,000 plus served the Confederacy.
Gem Trails of Oregon, by Garret Romaine, Garret's family are a Baker County Family, Read their trip to the west.
Revised and expanded 3E of this very popular guide for Oregon rockhounds and collectors of rock, mineral and fossil specimens. Features over 100 of Oregon's best rock, mineral and fossil collecting sites, including 40 completely new locations. Sites include detailed maps, descriptive text and photos, GPS coordinates, tools required and nearby attractions. With a mineral locator index, glossary, list of mineral clubs and mineral museums, plus a full-color specimen photo insert, this is the indispensable guidebook for either beginning or experienced mineral and fossil hunters.
Gold Dust & Chalk Dust by Dr James R Evans relates the history of education in Baker County and North Powder. It includes wonderful photos and reading about the various schools in the county from one room to large facilities. The book provides graduation lists from 1891 through 2006 for Baker County High Schools, Parochial schools and North Powder High School. Dr. Evans was Supernatant of Baker County Schools.