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History of Oregon Logging

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With years of experiences as a timber cruser and surveyor for several logging companies, Howard B. Taylor created over 30 paintings depicting the history of logging in Oregon.

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Hand-Tooled Wood Carvings

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With just a pocketknife, a piece of wood, and some ingenuity, Howard B. Taylor would carve an extensive collection of original, functional tools.

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Wild Life Paintings

By  •  3 years ago

There are over 50 wild life paintings. Many are life-sized paintings of hawks, eagles, and other Oregon raptors. Over 75 smaller paintings depict finches, wrens, sparrows, and other smaller birds.

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Oregon Pioneers & Antiques

By  •  3 years ago

The Taylor family has at least nineteen ancestors who were Oregon pioneers and who crossed the plains in covered wagons before 1853.

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Native Americans

By  •  3 years ago

Native Americans established Oregon long before settlers came to the territory. Their skills, culture, and way of life reflected in their tools, art, and clothing.

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