As It Was Stories

As It Was stories are created by volunteers who are interested in sharing the history of the mythical State of Jefferson. Each day Jefferson Public Radio presents a new As It Was vignette. On this website you can read all of the stories, or search for your favorites. Click on the Jefferson Public Radio links provided if you wish to listen to a podcast or read the full text of stories published before September 2013.

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Episode 3171, Wednesday, April 19, 2017, by Luana (Loffer) Corbin

Episode 3170, Tuesday, April 18, 2017, by Lynda Demsher

Episode 3169, Monday, April 17, 2017, by Gail Fiorini-Jenner

Episode 3168, Friday, April 14, 2017, by Todd Kepple

Episode 3167, Thursday, April 13, 2017, by Alice Mullaly

Episode 3166, Wednesday, April 12, 2017, by Luana (Loffer) Corbin

Episode 3165, Tuesday, April 11, 2017, by Sharon Bywater

Episode 3164, Monday, April 10, 2017, by Lynda Demsher

Episode 3163, Friday, April 7 2017, by Kernan Turner

Episode 3162, April 6, 2017, by ALICE MULLALY

Episode 3161, Wednesday, April 5, 2017, by Todd Kepple

Episode 3160, Tuesday, April 4, 2017, by Sharon Bywater

Episode 3159, Monday, April 3, 2017, by Gail Fiorini-Jenner

Episode 3135, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, by Kernan Turner

Episode 3134, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017, by Alice Mullaly

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Episode As It Was Stories by Carol Barrett
219 Fremont and the Modocs In the Native Americans section of
218 First Indian Trouble, Rogue Valley In the Native Americans section of
217 Takelma New Moon charm In the Native Americans section of
216 Takelma Indians In the Native Americans section of
215 Modoc Tribe In the Native Americans section of
214 Umpqua Thanksgiving In the Native Americans section of
213 Umpqua Indians In the Native Americans section of
212 Coos Indians In the Native Americans section of
211 Poem, Sam Simpson, about Williamsburg, mining town in Josephine County In the Gold Rush section of the As
210 Bad Luck, a prospector, a fire and a lost burro In the Gold Rush section of the As
209 Ogden With the Pit Indians I 0 (1827, Modoc Indians) In the Explorers and Trappers
208 Peter Skene Ogden at Klamath Lake In the Explorers and Trappers
207 Alexander Roderick McLeod In the Explorers and Trappers
206 Norse Explorers In the Explorers and Trappers
205 The Same Driver In the Early Transportation section

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