Cover of the September 2014 of the Douglas County [Oregon] Genealogical Society's quarterly publication, Douglas County Pioneer. This cover art has remained consistant during the 2014-2015 publication dates of the "Search for Letitia Carson in Douglas County, Oregon."
The Search for Letitia Carson in Douglas County, Oregon:
Part II. Letitia Carson in Upper Cow Creek Valley, 1853-1861
REFERENCE: Zybach, Bob 2014. "The Search for Letitia Carson in Douglas County: Part II. Letitia Carson in Upper Cow Creek Valley, 1853-1861," Douglas County Pioneer, Genealogical Society of Douglas County, Inc., Roseburg, Oregon: Vol. 28, No. 3: 40-48. [PDF_5_MB]
This is the second in a series of articles about Letitia Carson and her life in Douglas County, Oregon. These articles are being published in whole or in part by the Genealogical Society of Douglas County, Inc. (DCGS) in their quarterly publication Douglas County Pioneer, and by the Douglas County Historical Society (DCHS) in their quarterly publication The Umpqua Trapper.
The principal purposes of these articles are to: 1) inform people and make them aware of Letitia Carson's place in Oregon history and in US history; and 2) hopefully locate people who may have the interest, time, and ability to aid in the research of Letitia's life -- and the lives of her children and their father -- from 1800 to 1922.
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