Morrison, Dorothy Nafus. Under his direction the fort became the center of settlement and civilization for the Pacific Northwest.
Morrison, Dorothy Nafus. Personal Name: McLoughlin, John, 1784-1857. Corporate Name: Hudson's Bay Company.
The Eagle & the Fort book. Her children's books include three horse stories
The Eagle & the Fort book. This biography of John McLoughlin captures the life of a man central. Her children's books include three horse stories. She also wrote biographies, including those of historical figures who were important to the Women's and Indian Rights movements. Books by Dorothy Nafus Morrison
Morrison, Dorothy Nafus. ISBN 10: 0875951678 ISBN 13: 9780875951676. Publisher: Oregon Historical Society Pr, 1985.
As chief factor for the Hudson's Bay Company in the Northwest, Canadian John McLoughlin established trading posts up and down the coast, built up a community around Fort Vancouver on the Columbia River, maintained friendly relations with the Indians, befriended the missionaries and the American newcomers, and operated generally as a benevolent ruler of the area west of the Rockies, then under the joint occupancy of the United States and (British-owned) Canada
Dorothy Nafus was born in Nashua, Iowa. In 1947, she moved to Portland, Oregon with her husband Carl Morrison. Everyone at the house agrees, this is the best telling of the story of John McLoughlin.
Dorothy Nafus was born in Nashua, Iowa. She graduated from the University of Iowa, majoring in English and Music. Dorothy published several young adult biographies about figures of the Pacific Northwest, including one about John McLoughlin. She wrote throughout her life and participated in writer’s groups until only a few months before her death.
Dorothy Nafus Morrison. Outpost: John Mcloughlin And The Far Northwest. Since this book is out of print, I've been looking for a good quality used one. This was in good condition, with an added benefit not advertised; signed by the author! 0. Report. Recently Viewed and Featured. Dorothy Nafus Morrison. Chief Sarah: Sarah Winnemucca's Fight for Indian Rights. Grundzuge Der Datenverarbeitung.
The Eagle & the Fort. The Story of John McLoughlin. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat. by Dorothy Nafus Morrison. Published December 1985 by Oregon Historical Society Pr. Written in English.
Find nearly any book by Dorothy Nafus Morrison. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Eagle & the Fort: The Story of John McLoughlin: ISBN 9780875951676 (978-0-87595-167-6) Softcover, Oregon Historical Society Pr, 1985. Ladies Were Not Expected: Abigail Scott Duniway and Women's Rights. ISBN 9780689305993 (978-0-689-30599-3) Hardcover, Atheneum, 1977.
As head of the Hudson Bay Company's Fort Vancouver and later as a US citizen. John McLoughlin is called - by vote of the Oregon legislature - "The Father of Oregon. 11 people found this helpful. Yet the government of the United States deliberately invalidated his claim to his Oregon home. McLoughlin helped the early pioneers get a foothold in the Oregon wilderness, then was accused of keeping them in poverty for his own enrichment. He was a compassionate man with a violent temper. McLoughlin was loved, hated, respected, reviled.