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1 Aaron, Marvin and Art Bernstein. Hiking the Rogue: A Hiker's Guide to the Upper Rogue Trail, the Rogue River Trail and the Lower Rogue Trail.
Grants Pass, OR: Magnifica Books, (1990). 
Octavo, paperbound (stiff, photo illus. wrappers), 54 pp. Very Good, with light rubbing & foxing (age darkened spotting) to covers. From Introduction: 250 miles. From a hidden, icy spring on the flank of a dormant volcano to an offshore canyon knifing the edge of the continent. This is the Rogue, mightiest of Oregon's coastal rivers. 
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2 Duby, William; Chairman. Road Map of Oregon. Showing Through Trunk Highways and Main Traveled Roads, 1925.
Compiled and Published by the Oregon State Highway Commission, 1925. 
Octavo, folding map, b& w, major travelways highlighted in red and yellow, red letters. Compliments of Shell Company of California Gasoline. Good+, with light soiling, a few small chips along folds. 
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3 Horner, John B. Oregon History and Early Literature. A Pictorial Narrative of the Pacific Northwest. Revised and Enlarged Edition.
Portland, Oregon: The J. K. Gill Company, [1931]. Fourth Edition. 
Octavo, green illus. cloth (hardcover), 442 pp. Illustrated with drawings, photos, and maps, including State of Oregon System of State Highways, 1930. fold-out map. Good+, with former owner signature and speckling to covers. 
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4 McCall, Dorothy Lawson. Ranch under the Rimrock.
Portland: Binfords & Mort, Publishers, [1971]. 
Octavo, green cloth (hardcover), 166 pp + [24] plates. Fine, in a Very Good dust jacket with light edgewear. From jacket: It was a long jump from Beacon Street, Boston, to the homestead country of Central Oregon. In 1911, Section 21 was 640 acres of rattlesnake-infested sagebrush and juniper. Wild horses roamed that piece of land; coyotes prowled and howled at night. Even so, it was good, irrigable land, and the Crooked River flowed through it. The water rights plus the fine irrigation prospects sold Section 21 to my millionaire father. He, in turn, presented it to his daughter and son-in-law as a wedding present. And here Hal McCall built one of the finest dairy herds in Oregon, while wife Dorothy rode herd on five little McCalls -- Tom, Harry, Bebs, Sam, and Jean -- in a world of one-room schoolhouses, flooded rivers, and work in the hayfield...Were the stories told here fiction rather than the facts they are, we might be accused of exaggeration...There are fires, floods, and jack-rabbit drives; threatened foreclosures, gunplay, and even a juvenile dude ranch. 
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