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Many maps of [[Portal:Oregon|Oregon]] are available online.  To find some of them use a search engine with the terms '''[http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Oregon+Maps&btnG=Google+Search Oregon and Maps]'''.  
 
Many maps of [[Portal:Oregon|Oregon]] are available online.  To find some of them use a search engine with the terms '''[http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Oregon+Maps&btnG=Google+Search Oregon and Maps]'''.  
  
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A useful source on county boundaries is Erma Skyles Brown, ''Oregon County Boundary Change Maps, 1843-1916'' (Lebanon, Oregon: End of Trail Researchers, 1970; FHL book 979.5 E7b; film 908033 item 2; fiche 6051182).  
 
A useful source on county boundaries is Erma Skyles Brown, ''Oregon County Boundary Change Maps, 1843-1916'' (Lebanon, Oregon: End of Trail Researchers, 1970; FHL book 979.5 E7b; film 908033 item 2; fiche 6051182).  
  
The Family History Library has a few Oregon maps. Large collections of maps are available at the University of Oregon in Eugene and at Oregon State University in Corvallis.  
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< Portal:Oregon

Many maps of Oregon are available online.  To find some of them use a search engine with the terms Oregon and Maps.

A statewide collection of maps is Ralph N. Preston, Historical Maps of Oregon: Overland Stage Routes, Old Military Roads, Indian Battle Grounds, Old Forts, and Old Gold Mines (Corvallis, Oregon: Western Guide Publishers, 1972; FHL book Q 979.5 E3h).

A useful source on county boundaries is Erma Skyles Brown, Oregon County Boundary Change Maps, 1843-1916 (Lebanon, Oregon: End of Trail Researchers, 1970; FHL book 979.5 E7b; film 908033 item 2; fiche 6051182).

The Family History Library has a few Oregon maps. Large collections of maps are available at the University of Oregon in Eugene and at Oregon State University in Corvallis.