|Statement||by the Pacific Northwest Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service , U. S. Dept. of Agriculture ; field and office work outside national forest boundary largely by P.A. Briegleb ; field and office work inside national forest boundary largely by O. E. Tharp.|
|Contributions||Briegleb, Philip A. 1906-1996., Tharp, O. E., Pacific Northwest Forest Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
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Vital Records (Marriage, Birth, or Death Records) are not maintained by the court. Please contact the Oregon Center for Health Statistics to obtain this type of information. Land Deeds are not maintained by the court. You will need to contact the Multnomah County Recorder’s Office for the records of deeds. The Oregon Blue Book is the official state fact book about all levels of government in Oregon and more. Published since , it is produced by the Oregon State Archives, a Written: Multnomah Creek is a 5-mile-long ( km) stream in northern mah Creek's source is on Larch Mountain in the Mount Hood National Forest and its waters flow north to the Columbia River Gorge, over Multnomah Falls into Benson Lake and then the Columbia waterfall is accessible from the Historic Columbia River Highway and Interstate Country: United States. The Oregon Historical Society has plans related to county buildings such as the county courthouse as well as maps of Multnomah County. Records at the Multnomah Building, Suite , Cartography Area: [Assessor's Maps-colored-with notations], no. , ca (2 volumes);.
Oregon Department of Forestry. Oregon Department of Forestry. Forest Related Agencies & Organizations. Grants & Incentives. Proposed Laws & Rules. Tribal Government Relations. Information & Statistics. Restrictions & Closures. Fire Prevention. Firefighting Resources. IFCA Crew Contract. Forestland Classification. Fire Danger & Weather. Ecola Falls is the last major waterfall seen along the route. The most prominent feature of this waterfall is the controversy surrounding its name. When it was first listed in "A Waterfall Lovers Guide to the Pacific Northwest", the falls were grouped with its downstream sibling . Multnomah County, Oregon. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Multnomah County (/məltˈnoʊmə/) is one of 36 counties in the U.S. state of Oregon. Though smallest in area, it is the most populous as its county seat, Portland, is the state's largest city. In , the county's population was , The county was likely named after Native American people first recorded in the journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Mulknomans, who lived in a Founded: 22 December
This map shows homicides in Clackamas, Washington and Multnomah counties since Click on a marker for more information about each homicide. The Oregonian/OregonLive crime and justice team updates the list throughout the year. If you know of important new developments we've missed, let us know by email: [email protected] Large county wage changes. As noted, all of Oregon’s large counties had over-the-year wage increases in the fourth quarter of Multnomah County’s percent wage increase ranked 37 th among the large U.S. counties. Three other large Oregon counties ranked in . If you need to verify death information, Multnomah County Library has the Oregon Death Index (). This index is also available through Ancestry Library Edition (accessible only in the library). If you need a copy of an immediate family member’s death certificate, contact the Oregon Center for Health Statistics.. For genealogists, anyone can request a death certificate more than Previously on SBPDL: In % Black Oregon, A Bill Passed by the State Senate Means White People Could Soon be Sued If They Call the Police on People of Color What does a more perfect union in 21st century America mean? No white people allowed. Welcome to 70 percent white Multnomah County (Portland), Oregon. [Oregon County Says “No [ ].