The Oregon Companion is an A–Z handbook of more than 1000 individuals, spots, and things. From Abernethy and beaver cash to houseboats, railways, and the Zigzag River, a valiant open student of history isolates reality from fiction ― with his comical inclination in place. Sections incorporate towns and urban areas, districts, streams, lakes, and mountains; individuals who have left a blemish on Oregon; commercial enterprises, items, harvests, and characteristic assets. Incorporates more than 160 verifiable high contrast photographs. This enlivening and delightfully careful summary is a fundamental reference for anybody inquisitive about Oregon.