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245 00 Oregon's History|bPeople of the Northwest in the Land of 
       Eden|cAthanasios Michaels. 
264  1 [Place of publication not identified]|bOpen Oregon 
       Educational Resources|c2020. 
264  2 Minneapolis, MN|bOpen Textbook Library 
264  4 |c©2020. 
300    1 online resource. 
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490 0  Open textbook library. 
505 0  1. Origins: Indigenous Inhabitants and Landscapes -- 2. 
       Curiosity, Commerce, Conquest, and Competition: Fur Trade 
       Empires and Discovery -- 3. Oregon Fever and Western 
       Expansion: Manifest Destiny in the Garden of Eden -- 4. 
       Native Americans in the Land of Eden: An Elegy of Early 
       Statehood -- 5. Statehood: Constitutional Exclusions and 
       the Civil War -- 6. Oregon at the Turn of the Twentieth 
       Century -- 7. The Dawn of the Civil Rights Movement and 
       the World Wars in Oregon -- 8. Cold War and Counterculture
       -- 9. End of the Twentieth Century and Beyond 
520 0  This "open textbook" is a social and cultural history of 
       the people of Oregon representing powerful figures from 
       the dominant Euro-American culture, the marginalized and 
       oppressed, and social and political reformers who shaped 
       the historical legacy of the state. It is a story of the 
       diverse array of immigrants who helped build the state and
       strengthen it. The title is a recollection of the racial 
       fantasies that European-American settlers created in their
       expansionist vision of the West and the state of Oregon. 
       Initially the Oregon Territory was built on intolerance 
       and racial exclusivity, but eventually Oregon embraces its
       diversity, but not without struggle and heartache. Our 
       journey through the past starts with an essential question,
       "Who are the people of Oregon?" 
542 1  |fAttribution 
546    In English. 
588 0  Description based on print resource. 
590    Open Educational Resources (OER). Open Textbooks 
590    |bOpen Textbook Library 
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650  7 History|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00958235 
655  7 Textbooks|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423863 
700 1  Michaels, Athanasios|eauthor. 
700 1  Hakanson, Kaitlin|eeditor. 
710 2  Open Textbook Library,|edistributor. 
856 40 |uhttps://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/textbooks/888|zOnline
       textbook via the Open Textbook Library. 
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