Oregon Genealogy — skip to WWI, Oregon History, Oregon Trail
- Counties — information and links
- Jackson County Genealogy Library — Lots of indexes by the Rogue Valley Genealogical Society.
- Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries — Pick a cemetery and search the database.
- Multnomah County Pioneer Cemeteries · (Search) — 14 pioneer cemeteries.
- Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries — Pick a cemetery and search the database.
- Genealogical Society of Washington County Oregon · (Search)
- Oregon State Archives Division · (Search) — Genealogical and historical information.
- Oregon records — FamilySearch.org
- Indigent Burial Fund · (Search) — news at Oregon Live.
- List of Unclaimed Cremains — Oregon State Hospital, 1914 - 1970s
- Historic Oregon Newspapers — scanned by the University of Oregon
- Oregon Newspaper Index — by the University of Oregon. 977,000+ entries from the Portland Oregonian (1852-1987), the Oregon Daily Emerald (1900-1979), and The Register Guard (1963-2004).
- Electronic Resources — Multnomah County Public Library.
- A place called Oregon — History and Genealogy
- The Volga Germans in Portland — Check links for History, Families, People, Stories, and more.
- Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon — Good resource for Jewish and/or East European ancestors
- Oregon at War — Oregon State Archives
- Selective Service Act — Wikipedia
- GFO index to WWI draft registrations
- News Articles about WWI Service Flags have moved here
- Death Roll, Army (by county)
- Death Roll, Navy and Marines
- GFO index to soldiers buried overseas — ABMC
- Edward Christopher Allworth — earned Medal of Honor — Find-a-Grave
- Trivia — The Oregonian, Sept 3, 1927
- Howard Verne Ramsey — the last combat veteran — Find-a-Grave
The northern border is the 49th Parallel
The eastern border is the Continental Divide
- Oregon Blue Book - Almanac, History
- Oregon Historical Society - History Project, Library
- Before Portland had a Telegraph
- Lang Syne Society
- Oregon bombed in WWII
- The Legal Genealogist
- Oregon Trail Interpretive Center — BLM: Basic Facts, FAQ, History Bits
- Idaho State University — by teachers Mike Trinklein and Steve Boettcher, creators of The Oregon Trail, the award-winning documentary film which aired nationally on PBS.
- “On the Oregon Trail” — by Myra Vanderpool Gormley in genealogymagazine.com
- At the End of the Trail — Clackamas County, home to Oregon City, the first capital of Oregon Territory. As the site of some of the earliest settlements in Oregon, Clackamas is a fascinating area for historians and genealogists.
- The Applegate Trail was blazed by Lindsay and Jesse Applegate in 1846.