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Marcus Whitman
(1802–1847)
American Presbyterian missionary to the Oregon Country; was widely, but inaccurately, credited with "saving" Oregon to the United States; murder of him, his wife, and several others in 1847 sparked the Cayuse War.
Marcus Whitman

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Works about WhitmanEdit

41st U.S. Congress: Senate Executive Document No. 37:

In The Californian (1880s magazine):

  • Oregonian (unsigned editorial on 50th anniversary of assassination) (external scan) (1897)
  • "Whitman Day" feature piece, Oregonian (1897) (external scan)



 

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