Oregon's western border follows the Pacific coast. The area has long been used for fishing and hunting. In the 1800s, fur traders set up forts along the coast. Settlers started farming in the Willamette Valley, and the railroad linked them to the east by 1883. Fishing and forestry are a large part of Oregon's economy today. Oregon became a state in 1859 with Salem as its capital.
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Oregon is the 10th largest state in the USA, bordered by Washington, California, Idaho, Nevada, and the Pacific Ocean. Visit this site to learn more about Oregon and view the printable Oregon maps.
Learn about urban, suburban, and rural real estate markets in Oregon. Real estate agents, buyers, and sellers will appreciate the Oregon real estate resources on this page.
The coast of southern Oregon is a peaceful and uncrowded stretch of pine tree-covered cliffs and quiet beaches. This aerial photo, taken from a Cessna 150, shows the coast highway winding through trees and gentle waves lapping onto the coast.
This Oregon map page features a detailed, scalable road map of Oregon, in addition to Interstate highway routes, scenic byway information, and state transportation links.
When one thinks of the hottest surfing spots, the West Coast of the USA often comes to mind, specifically California. And California has some of the best surf shops in the country as well.
California is the third largest state in the US. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west, Oregon to the north, Nevada to the east, and Mexico to the south. Visitors can view several maps of California.
Nevada is the 7th largest USA state, bordered by Utah, California, Idaho, Arizona, and Oregon. Visit this site to learn more and find printable road, topographical, relief and regional maps of Nevada.
Washington is the 20th largest USA state, bordered by the Canadian Province of British Columbia to the north, the state of Oregon to the south, the state of Idaho to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west.
Governments are struggling as mounting pension obligations crowd out the rest of their budgets. Oregon faces a severe, self-inflicted crisis.
Mary Williams Walsh. New York Times. Sat, 14 Apr 2018 18:25:49 GMT.