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The Architects Who changed the Towns. Where Past Meets Present, Page 21

Architects Arthur Week, William J. Bennet, Frank C. Clark and Robert Keeney all lived and woerked in Medford and the Rogue Valley

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The Cyclical Life of SOU. Where Past Meets Present, Page 24

History of Southern Oregon University. Reverend Joseph Skidmore, Dr Elmo Stevenson both referenced.

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The Rebuilding of Medford's Downtown. Where Past Meets Present, Page 27

Medford Urban Renewal and Lithia Motors work to renovate Medford.

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The Redwood Highway. Where Past Meets Present, Page 31

Development of a highway between Grantspass Oregon and Crescent City California

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The Water Systems of Medford. Where Past Meets Present, Page 34

History of Medford's water from Bear Creek, then Fish Lake then Big Butte Springs. Medford Water Commission, Rogue River Robert A. Duff treatment plant

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U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forensics Lab. Where Past Meets Present, Page 37

U. S Fish and Wildlife Service Forensics Lab. Terry Grosz and Ken Goddard involved.

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When electricity first came to the region. Where Past Meets Present, Page 40

Development of electricity across southern Oregon and northern California.

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Mattie"s Nugget and the currency of gold. Where Past Meets Present, Page 45

Mattie Collins found a seventeen pound gold nugget

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Stage coaches and their drivers. Where Past Meets Present, Page 48

Story of Stagecoach "whip" Norton Eddings and stage travel through southern Oregon.

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Tucker Sno-Cat. Where Past Meets Present, Page 108

Emmett Tucker and the development of his idea for a vehichle to travers snow.

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William B. Smullin: Communications Pioneer. Where Past Meets Present, Page 111

William B. Smullin and his legacy of radio, television and cable.

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The Mean, Stream Machine. Where Past Meets Present, Page 221

From an idea brought about by three friends to a 3 million dollar a year business.

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Rogue Valley Manor. Where Past Meets Present, Page 176

The "Manor" has grown from an idea into a non profit corporation with facilities all over the United States.

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The Past and Present of Mercy Flights. Where Past Meets Present, Page 179

Mercy Flights has grown from a single aircraft to sophisticated aircraft, helicopters and grown trans portation.

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The 1959 Ashland Wildfire. Where Past Meets Present, Page 185

From two small fires into a large conflagration.

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The 1962 Columbus Day Storm. Where Past Meets Present, Page 187

On October 12, 1962 the west coast of the United States was struck by one of the worst storms in recorded history.

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The 1964 Christmas Flood. Where Past Meets Present, Page 189

The Christmas Flood of 1964 was rated as the fifth most destructive in the 20th century.

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The 1997 Ashland New Year's Day Flood. Where Past Meets Present, Page 191

The "New Year's Day Flood" one of the worst floods in history.

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The 2002 Busicuit Fire. Where Past Meets Present, Page 194

On July 13, 2002 southwestern Oregon suffered one of the worst fires in recorded history.

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Lost Creek Lake (and Jess Dam). Where Past Meets Present, Page 198

History of the "Rogue Basin Flood Control and Water Resources Association" and the development of Lost Creek Lake,

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Lincoln Savage of Savage Creek. Where Past Meets Present, Page 203

Abraham Lincoln Savage son of James and Margaret Anne Savage was an educator/botanist in both Jackson and Josephine counties.

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Glenn Jackson "Mr. Oregon". Where Past Meets Present, Page 205

Glenn L. Jackson frequently referred to as the "most powerful man in Oregon"

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Robby Collins: Saving Jacksonville and the World. Where Past Meets Present, Page 208

Started his career as a historic preservationist in Jacksonville and then spread to the world.

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Ralph Wehinger: A True Visionary. Where Past Meets Present, Page 210

Dr Ralph Wehinger from chiropractor to entrepreneur.

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The Rogue River. Where Past Meets Present, Page 215

The Rogue River traverses 215 miles From the head waters of Crater Lake to the Pacific Ocean.

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