Of the fifty states, Oregon is unique for many reasons. It has been proven that money does grow on trees in Oregon, and the only Bigfoot trap in the world is located here. The only causalities from enemy attack during World War II on the mainland United States took place in Oregon.
There is a log that has been floating upright in Crater Lake for more than 100 years. The oldest footwear in the world, dating back 9,000 years, was discovered in this state, along with the world’s largest mushroom, more than 8,000 years old. Throughout this book, discover the things that make Oregon unique.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Margaret LaPlante is a historian living in southern Oregon. She has written many books, magazine articles, and short stories on the history of Oregon.