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Historic Map - Portland, OR - 1890

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1W-ORO-1890
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Portland, Oregon 1890. Litho. Elliott Pub. Co.

The city of Portland, Oregon was founded near the Willamette and Columbia Rivers in 1845. Originally known as "the Clearing", the city was named after a coin toss between Asa Lovejoy and Francis W. Pettygrove, with Pettygrove emerging as the winner. Both had wanted to name the city after their hometown, with Lovejoy championing Boston, and Pettygrove wanting Portland.

The city has emerged as the 3rd most populous city in the Pacific Northwest, and is often recognized as the "Greenest City in America" due to it's proactive stance on environmental issues. Complete reference list below.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

   ALBINA.

 1-2. Public Schools.
    3. U. P. Car Shops.
    4. Albina Hotel.
    5. Electric L. and Water Works.
    6. Saw Mill.
    7. First Presbyterian Church.
    8. M. E. Church.
    9. Catholic Church.
  10. Lutheran School.
  11. Central School.
  12. Warehouses.
  13. Evangelical Church.

 
EAST PORTLAND.

  14. East Side Planing Mill.
  15. Old Holladay Hotel.
  16. Public School.
  17. Congregational Church.
  18. Public School.
  19. Machine Shop.
  20. Gas Works.
  21. Public School.
  22. Reservoir.
  23. Catholic Church.
  24. Catholic School.
  25. First Presbyterian Church.
  26. Christian Church.
  27. M. E. Church.
  29. Osborne Hotel.
  30. East Side Hotel.
  31. Hotel.
  32. Dunniway's Saw Mill.
  33. First National Bank.
  34. Sash and Door Factory.
  35. Planing Mill.
  36. Public School.
  37. M. E. Hospital.
  38. Tabor Heights.
  39. Shoe Factory.
  40. Saw Mill.
  41. Shipyard.
  42. Evangelical Church.
  43. Public School.
  44. German Lutheran Church.
  45. M. E. Church.
  46. Presbyterian Church.
  47. Columbia Park B.B. Grounds.
  48. Saw Mill.
  49. Madison St. Bridge.
  50. Morrison St. Bridges.
  51. Steel Bridges.

 
PORTLAND CITY.

  52. Willamette S. S. and L-Mills.
  53. Cold Storage and Ice Co.
  54. Portland Iron Works.
  55. Portland Cordage Works.
  56. St. Vincent Hospital.
  57. Cleveland Paint and Oil Works.
  58. Rankin's Planing Mill.
  59. First Scandinavian Church.
  60. Norwegian Danish Church.
  61. Catholic Church.
  62.      "            "
  63. Plymouth Cong Church.
  64. Bishop Scott's Military School.
  65. Exposition Building.
  66. St. Helen's Hall Seminary.
  67. Catholic Church.
  68. High School.
  69. Electric Power House.
  70. Medical College.
  71. Weinhard's Brewery.
  72. Public School.
  73. Armory O. N. G.
  74. Swedish Lutheran Church.
  75. Library Building.
  76. Trinity Episcopal Church.
  77. Quim by Hotel.
  78. Merchants Hotel.
  79. International Hotel.
  80. Portland Hospital.
  81. Willamette Iron Works.
  82. Trans. Car Stables.
  83. Flour Mill.
  84. Union Depot.
  85. Terminal Grounds.
  86. Gas Works.
  87. Bank of B. C.
  88. "Kamm Block."
  89. "Starr Block."
  90. North W. Loan and Trust Bank.
  91. Catholic Cathedral.
  92. Chamber of Commerce.
  93. Ainsworth Nat. Bank.
  94. Cyclorama Building.
  95. Hotel Perkins.
  96. New "Oregonian" Building.
  97. Marquam Grand Opera.
  98. Tabernacle.
  99. First Presbyterian Church.
100. Grace M. E. Church.
101. Jewish Synagogue.
102. The "Portland" Hotel.
103. Post Office and Custom House.
104. Masonic Hall.
105. Commercial Nat. Band and Portland Savings Bank.
106. W. S. Ladd's Bank.
107. First Nat. Bank.
108. Gilman House.
109. Esmond Hotel.
110. St. Charles Hotel.
111. Corday's Theater.
112. First M. E. Church.
113. Court House.
114. First Cong. Church.
115. Failing School.
116. Calvary Presbyterian Church.
117. Portland Laundry.
118. Cable R.R. Power House.
119. Cable R.R. Incline.
120. City Hall.
121. Metropolitan Market.
122. St. Mary's Academy.
123. Jefferson Street Depot.
124. Pennoyer Saw Mill.
125. U.S. Brewery.
126. Union Iron Works.
127. Public School.
128. M. E. Church.
129. Reservoir and Water Works.
130. Catholic Church.

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