1936 3c Oregon Territory Centennial

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U.S. #783
1936 3¢ Oregon Territory Centennial

Issue Date:
July 14, 1936
First City: Astoria, OR
Quantity Issued: 74,407,450
 

oregon territory established


On August 14, 1848, the Oregon Territory was established. 

American ships reached the Oregon coast in 1788. In 1792, Captain Robert Gray, an American, was the first European to explore the Columbia River. Gray named the river after his ship. The Lewis and Clark Expedition traveled by land to the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805. These explorations gave the United States solid grounds for claiming the Oregon region.

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U.S. #783
1936 3¢ Oregon Territory Centennial

Issue Date:
July 14, 1936
First City: Astoria, OR
Quantity Issued: 74,407,450
 

oregon territory established


On August 14, 1848, the Oregon Territory was established. 

American ships reached the Oregon coast in 1788. In 1792, Captain Robert Gray, an American, was the first European to explore the Columbia River. Gray named the river after his ship. The Lewis and Clark Expedition traveled by land to the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805. These explorations gave the United States solid grounds for claiming the Oregon region.