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This incredible fort on the Columbia River near Astoria was the Pacific Fur Company's main trading post.
Built in 1811, this fascinating place changed hands multiple times throughout the years and managed to be both the first American owned settlement on the Pacific Coast AND the first British port on the Pacific Coast.
He developed his figurative style through his picture-books for children, for which he is famous.
The best known of his works, are revelations in their own way.
Here, you can discover all kinds of amazing information about the Oregon Trail through reenactments, multi-media exhibits, and more.Near the lovely town of Baker City, you'll find The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.This historical site not only provides interesting information and fascinating reenactments, you can see the actual ruts from the wagons.5 — Wallpaper with a charming suggestion of nature featuring ponds of gold and green wavelets with gold and green waterfowl, lily pads, leaves and sedges interspersed with ferns and gray-green buds, berries and leaves, with clusters of pink and gold wild roses, all on a gray ground. 6 — Gold leaves and stems springing out of an emerald-green oval panel outlined in thin bands of brilliant pale scarlet on a dazzling maroon ground. 7 — A shimmering white Arabic flock design on a pale vitreous sea-green ground.
A wallpaper pattern full of culture, poetry and beauty. 8 — Heavily-stamped plush wallpaper with large rich figure of creamy white, on a ground of coppery gold, forming, perhaps, the noblest and most beautiful combination of all colors. 9 — A Japanese leather paper on which vines with spreading leaves, tendrils and fruit were embossed and colored in imitation of carved ivory.I — An intricate wallpaper pattern with a cream ground with embossed golden wheat and blue corn-flowers. 2 — A warm cheering paper featuring a bright saffron scale pattern with saffron floral scrolls on a dark yellow ground. 3 — Somber mosaic arabesque wallpaper in dark red, blue and green, all on an old gold mosaic ground. 4 — Victorian wallpaper highlighting golden vases with garlands of flowers on bright Nile blue and cream grounds.