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McMinnville, Oregon

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McMinnville is the county seat and largest city of Yamhill County, Oregon, United States According to Oregon Geographic Names, it was named by its founder, William T Newby 1820–1884, an early immigrant on the Oregon Trail, for his hometown of McMinnville, Tennessee As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 32,187

McMinnville is at the confluence of the North and South Forks of the Yamhill River in the Willamette Valley The city is home to Oregon Mutual Insurance Company, Linfield College, Cascade Steel, a Schnitzer Steel Industries company, Organic Valley creamery, Wings and Waves Waterpark, Joe Dancer Park, and Evergreen Aviation Museum home of Howard Hughes' famed Spruce Goose6 flying boat


  • 1 History
  • 2 Geography
  • 3 Economy
    • 31 Climate
  • 4 Demographics
    • 41 2010 census
    • 42 2000 census
  • 5 Arts and culture
    • 51 Annual cultural events
    • 52 Museums and other points of interest
    • 53 McMinnville UFO photographs
  • 6 Parks and recreation
  • 7 Education
  • 8 Media
  • 9 Infrastructure
    • 91 Transportation
    • 92 Water and electricity
    • 93 Health care
  • 10 Notable people
  • 11 References
  • 12 External links


McMinnville founder William T Newby

Town founder William T Newby joined the Great Migration of 1843, later claiming land in 1844 on the present site of McMinnville in what was known as the Oregon Country He built a grist mill in 1853 at what would become the west end of Third Street On May 5, 18567 Newby platted a town and named it after his hometown of McMinnville, Tennessee8 Newby would later make a substantial donation of land for the founding of an institution of higher learning in the town, originally called McMinnville College but known today as Linfield College8

McMinnville was incorporated as a town in 1876 and became a city in 1882 County residents voted to move the county seat of Yamhill County from Lafayette to McMinnville in 1886


McMinnville is 54 miles 87 km from Lincoln City on the Pacific Ocean, 37 miles 60 km from Portland, and 26 miles 42 km from Salem, the state capital

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has an area of 1058 square miles 2740 km2, all of it land1


Headquarters of the Oregon Mutual Insurance Company

Since the 1990s, the majority of the vineyards of the Willamette Valley American Viticultural Area AVA are in the area surrounding McMinnville, giving this city a claim to the title of the capital of Oregon's wine industrycitation needed In January 2005, a McMinnville AVA was established after an application from Youngberg Hill Vineyards The AVA includes 14 wineries and 523 acres 212 km2 within the Willamette Valley AVA The city is at the northeastern border of its AVA namesake9

In 2016, Organic Valley purchased Farmers Cooperative Creamery in McMinnville, Oregon Closed and under major reconstruction, when the creamery re-opens it will serve 72 co-op members in Oregon and Washington10 Organic Valley is the nation’s largest farmer-owned organic cooperative and one of the world's largest organic consumer brands11

Like many other Oregon communities, McMinnville has vaulted into the craft beer scene The newest brewery, Grain Station Brew Works,12 sits in the heart of the Granary District Also, since 1993 McMinnville has been home of Golden Valley Brewery and Pub Golden Valley Brewery and Pub serves Angus beef raised on their family ranch There are only a dozen such restaurants in the United States that serve beef produced exclusively for their own restaurant13

McMinnville has been home to Cascade Steel, a Schnitzer Steel Industries company, for over 40 years Cascade Steel Rolling Mills manufactures steel products The McMinnville location features Steel Manufacturing, Sales along with Corporate Offices Along with the Cascade Steel, the city of McMinnville is home to major domestic and foreign automobile manufacturers automobile dealerships Automobile dealerships include Jeep, Ford, Subaru, General Motors, Buick, Chevrolet, Lincoln Motor Company, Toyota, Cadilac, Volkswagen, and Ram Along with sales, service is available at most major automobile dealerships in the city

In the early 60's, Kelton Peery, Chuck Colvin and Willard Cushing felt it was time for the city to have a private golf course and began to search for property They soon persuaded Captain Francis Michelbook this was a proper use for his land, a dairy farm that was later used for raising turkeys Captain Michelbook did have some conditions to proceed, one that it would perpetually bear the family name "Michelbook" and with the swipe of a pen was the beginning of Michelbook Country Club14

Michelbook Country Club was developed on the land of Captain Francis Michelbook Land development in the area of the country club has been a key factor McMinnville's growth "The first home on the golf course was built by John and Helen McMillan at 1811 St Andrews Drive along the ninth fairway The fourth addition was opened to help pay for a 35-par second nine and remodeling of four holes on the first nine The cost of these improvements was $700,000 The second nine was opened on July 27, 1984 with Dr Ross hitting the first drive"14

Real estate continues to be an economic factor in the growth of McMinnville and Yamhill county The median per square foot cost for real estate is now over $2006


This region experiences warm but not hot and dry summers, with no average monthly temperatures above 716 °F 220 °C According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, McMinnville has a warm-summer Mediterranean climate, abbreviated "Csb" on climate maps15

Climate data for McMinnville
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C °F 206
Average high °C °F 77
Daily mean °C °F 42
Average low °C °F 07
Record low °C °F −217
Average precipitation mm inches 170
Average precipitation days 18 16 16 13 10 7 2 3 6 11 17 19 138
Source: 15


Historical population
1870 388
1880 670 727%
1890 1,368 1042%
1900 1,420 38%
1910 2,400 690%
1920 2,767 153%
1930 2,917 54%
1940 3,706 270%
1950 6,635 790%
1960 7,656 154%
1970 10,125 322%
1980 14,080 391%
1990 17,894 271%
2000 26,499 481%
2010 32,187 215%
Est 2016 34,690 78%
US Decennial Census17
2013 Estimate3

2010 censusedit

As of the census2 of 2010, there were 32,187 people, 11,674 households, and 7,779 families residing in the city The population density was 3,0422 inhabitants per square mile 1,1746/km2 There were 12,389 housing units at an average density of 1,1710 per square mile 4521/km2 The racial makeup of the city was 822% White, 07% African American, 12% Native American, 15% Asian, 02% Pacific Islander, 107% from other races, and 35% from two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race were 206% of the population

There were 11,674 households of which 355% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 482% were married couples living together, 130% had a female householder with no husband present, 54% had a male householder with no wife present, and 334% were non-families 264% of all households were made up of individuals and 124% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older The average household size was 261 and the average family size was 314

The median age in the city was 34 years 258% of residents were under the age of 18; 127% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 247% were from 25 to 44; 222% were from 45 to 64; and 146% were 65 years of age or older The gender makeup of the city was 482% male and 518% female

2000 censusedit

As of the census4 of 2000, there were 26,499 people residing in the city, among 9,367 households and 6,463 families The population density is 2,6758 people per square mile 1,0335/km² There are 9,834 housing units at an average density of 9930 per square mile 3835/km² The racial makeup of the city is 8639% White, 139% Native American, 125% Asian, 068% Black or African American, and 018% Pacific Islander 1464% of the population are Hispanic or Latino of any race 726% identify themselves as from other races, and 286% from two or more races

There are 9,367 households out of which 354% have children under the age of 18 living with them, 535% are married couples living together, 108% have a female householder with no husband present, and 310% are non-families 239% of all households are made up of individuals and 115% have someone living alone who is 65 years of age or older The average household size is 266 and the average family size is 313

In the city, the population is spread out with 263% under the age of 18, 147% from 18 to 24, 269% from 25 to 44, 179% from 45 to 64, and 143% who are 65 years of age or older The median age is 32 years For every 100 females there are 937 males For every 100 females age 18 and over, there are 906 males

The median income for a household in the city is $38,953, and the median income for a family is $44,013 Males have a median income of $33,517 versus $24,405 for females The per capita income for the city is $17,085 129% of the population and 82% of families are below the poverty line Out of the total population, 140% of those under the age of 18 and 78% of those 65 and older are living below the poverty line

Arts and cultureedit

Annual cultural eventsedit

Pioneer Hall at Linfield College

Turkey Rama is a three-day festival held in downtown McMinnville celebrating the ongoing tradition of the turkey barbecue The barbecue was started in 1938 by turkey farmers in Yamhill County, when the county's main source of wealth was the booming turkey-farming industry Today, commercial exhibitions have replaced the "turkey exhibitions", and the turkey-judging competitions and turkey races have been eliminated in favor of more "turkey-friendly" rides, booths, and outdoor entertainment

The International Pinot Noir Celebration has been held every July since 1987 on the Linfield College campus The IPNC is a three-day event, famous around the globe as a mecca for lovers of Pinot noir and northwest cuisine World-renowned winemakers, northwest chefs, media, epicures and wine lovers gather at Linfield for three days of exploring Pinot noir, savoring inspired cuirsine and learning and celebrating with luminaries of the food and wine world18

The Dragging the Gut Festival is a three-day event held annually in downtown McMinnville on the fourth weekend in August19 The festival gives participants the chance to relive the classic 1950s car cruising on the main street that took place for decades in small towns20 The Dragging the Gut Festival's Car Show is a traditional sitting car show held 10 am to 5 pm on the Saturday August 26, 2017 of the Dragging the Gut Festival The car show section of the annual festival is held in McMinnville at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum2122 The car show is a side event of the festival before the Saturday main cruising event23

Established in 1993, the Sip! McMinnville Wine & Food Classic is a three-day event held at the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum benefiting the St James School of McMinnville24 It features local winemakers and vintners alongside chefs from the Pacific Northwest, and attendees can taste and purchase wine along with a variety of culinary offerings

Museums and other points of interestedit

The Evergreen Aviation Museum

The Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum in McMinnville is best known as the home of the Spruce Goose, the world's largest propeller-driven seaplane, built by the famed aviator Howard Hughes The museum, home to another 80 historic aircraft and exhibits, is a pair of large symmetrical buildings with glass facades, a local landmark which can be seen for miles Additional major exhibits include a SR-71 "Blackbird", a Titan II SLV Missile with its launch control center, and a Grumman F6F3 "Hellcat" There is also an "IMAX class" digital 3D theater, the Wings & Waves indoor waterpark containing wave pool, 4 slides emerging from 747 on building's roof, and educational displays, and the newly built Boy Scout Jamboree park The space museum houses classrooms for the Engineering and Aerospace Academy of McMinnville High School

McMinnville UFO photographsedit

Main article: McMinnville UFO photographs

McMinnville is known among UFO researchers for photographs published on the front page of the June 9, 1950, edition of the city's newspaper, the News-Register then known as the Telephone-Register, reportedly of an unidentified flying object seen almost a month earlier, May 11 The Oregonian published the photographs the next day, and within a month they were published in LIFE magazine25

Although these images have come to be known as the "McMinnville UFO photographs", the Trent farm was just outside Sheridan, Oregon, nine miles 15 km southwest of McMinnville26 The heated debate which followed between UFO researchers and skeptics made the town's name famous and has spurred an annual "UFO Festival" in McMinnville, the second largest such gathering in the United States to that of Roswell, New Mexico27

Parks and recreationedit

McMinnville Community Center is headquarters for the McMinnville Parks and Recreation Department, which administers 18 parks throughout the city28 The largest city park is the 100-acre sports field complex and community park named after a longtime city manager Joe Dancer29 Joe Dancer Park has a dozen baseball and softball fields The park also features soccer fields, playground equipment, and the Drew Ottley Memorial Skate Park

Additionally since 1956 the McMinnville Parks and Recreation Department has overseen the Aqautic Center which includes two indoor swimming pools, a hot tub and the Fitness Center The Aquatic Center is home of the McMinnville High School Grizzly Swim Team and the McMinnville Swim Club McMinnville Parks and Recreation Department partners with Chemeketa Community College as students may earn college credits through the use of the Aquatic Center

On the outskirts of McMinnville is the Bayou Golf Course Bayou Golf Course is a 9 Hole Regulation Par 3 Course with a Driving Range along with Putting & Chipping Practice Area Bayou Golf Course offers a Junior Golfer program include age 5+ on the Par 3, age 8+ on the Regulation Course30 The Bayou Golf course was established in 1964 by Dr White and Family and is situated along the South Yamhill River Winter rainfall makes the course ideal for play from Spring until late fall along tree lined fairways, bunkers, and water features

Michelbook is a private golf club offering a beautiful, 18-hole 6,550 yard, par 72 championship golf course  The golf course has 5 sets of tees to suit any playing ability, a driving range, practice facility, golf shop and a Class A PGA Professional31

City Park is within walking distance from the downtown business district It opened 1910, when the city sold $3,000 in park bonds to finance construction of a bandstand and a small zoo featuring bears, deer and other local animals Near the site of Lower City Park, along Cozine Creek, there was a large flour mill, called the Star Mill that closed in 1921 and was damaged by fire in 1927 The City of McMinnville sold $8,500 in bonds to finance the purchase of the property The tract ran from Star Mill Way to Cozine Creek and West Second Street, to the Mill pond site The pond site is now occupied by tennis courts Wortman Park is a large forested park with a small stream running through it A disc golf course was installed 1991 and is home to the annual Squirrel Open, an Oregon Disc Sports Association's Oregon Series tournament


McMinnville High School

McMinnville is served by the McMinnville School District McMinnville High School MHS is a comprehensive high school with an enrollment of approximately 2,000 students At one point McMinnville was home to two campus locations, McMinnville High School and Media Arts & Communications Academy MACA MACA campus location closed in 2011 Along with MHS, the school district offers two middle schools and five elementary schools in the city MSD is also charged with the oversight, administration, and maintenance of Wascher Elementary in neighboring town of Lafayette, Oregon32

The McMinnville school district is nearing a student population of nearly 7,000 children33 It serves an area of 140 square miles and over 40,000 residents33 The McMinnville School District's superintendent is Maryalice Russel34 The state of Oregon abolished the office of state Superintendent in 2011 thereby ending a 138-year oversight35 of schools in the state36

Linfield College and the McMinnville campus of Chemeketa Community College are institutions of higher education that provide adult-education degree programs37 Linfield College also has campus facilities in Portland38 while the main campus of Chemeketa Community College is in Salem, Oregon39 Linfield College sits at the center of the city on nearly 200 acres The college boasts in 48 majors to over 2,000 students40 The athletic program is part of the Northwest Conference, NCAA Division III and rosters 19 varsity sports along with intercollegiate sports and activities for the student population41

Private schools in McMinnville include the McMinnville Montessori School, McMinnville Christian Academy and St James Catholic Elementary School42


  • News Register - local paper
  • The Linfield Review - Linfield College student paper
  • The Bruin - McMinnville High School student paper43
  • McMinnville Community Media - community television44
  • KKJC-LP 935 FM - Christian talk radio operated by Calvary Chapel of McMinnville
  • KLYC 1260 AM
  • KSLC 903 FM - Linfield College student radio



McMinnville is on Oregon Route 99W approximately 38 miles 61 km south of downtown Portland and approximately 46 miles 74 km north of Corvallis Oregon Route 18 forms a bypass around the city along its southern border and connects McMinnville with the Oregon Coast just north of Lincoln City approximately 55 miles 89 km west Oregon Highway 18 is also known as Three Mile Lane from its McMinnville city center interchange east to the McMinnville Municipal Airport The southern end of Oregon Route 47 is just northeast of city limits and connects McMinnville with Washington County

Major thoroughfares in McMinnville are Highway 99W and Adams and Baker Streets which form a north–south couplet through the center of the town; Lafayette Avenue which was at one time the route of US Highway 99W, East Third Street the main street through the downtown core, and West Second Street the main street connecting downtown with the western residential areas Baker Creek Road, Evans Street, Riverside Drive, South Davis Street, Fellows Street, Cypress Street and Booth Bend Road are also important collector streets connecting industrial or residential areas with the downtown core or the primary arterial streets

McMinnville Municipal Airport is owned and operated by the City of McMinnville45 McMinnville Airport is home to Evergreen International Aviation and a fixed-base operator While it primarily is used by private pilots and the occasional private jet, it can handle larger aircraft For example, Evergreen Airlines flew in an empty 747-100 cargo aircraft into the airport so it could be used as part of the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum's water park feature

The Portland & Western Railroad serves McMinnville on its Westside Branch Major railroad shippers include Cascade Steel Rolling Mills, Land O'Lakes Purina LLC, RB Rubber Products and McMinnville Gas P&W maintains a depot in downtown McMinnville, itself a remnant from the Red Electric interurban passenger service which served McMinnville from 1914–1929 McMinnville is a hub for P&W, with trains operating between McMinnville and Newberg, Willamina, Dallas and Albany

Historically, McMinnville had a landing for riverboats traveling up the Yamhill River The Yamhill Lock near Lafayette helped facilitate river navigation up to McMinnville However, the use of the Yamhill River for commercial purposes was short-lived; the city's only recreational boat dock has been unusable for years River levels are unpredictable and difficult for boaters water levels can be very high in winter and very low in summer

Public Transit is provided by the Yamhill County Transit Area Three city routes provide Monday–Friday service starting at 6:30 AM and continuing through 7:50 PM A Saturday "Loop" runs from 10:00 AM through 6:00 PM YCTA also provides intercity service to all communities in Yamhill County on four different routes; hourly weekday and infrequent Saturday service to Newberg and Tigard, and weekday commuter trips to Hillsboro and Salem

Intercity bus service is also provided by Caravan Airport Transportation and Valley Retriever between Portland and Newport, each with one daily trip in each direction stopping in McMinnville Greyhound Bus formerly served McMinnville until 2004 with a stop on its Portland–San Francisco route, ending nearly 80 years of service on the route dating back to the Southern Pacific Railroad's rail and bus passenger service

Water and electricityedit

Since 1888, the city has been served by McMinnville Water and Light, a municipal utility46

Health careedit

Willamette Valley Medical Center, along the outskirts of McMinnville, is an 88-bed acute-care, full-service facility, accredited by The Joint Commission

Notable peopleedit

  • Scott Brosius - World Series MVP Award-winning baseball player
  • Jim Bunn - Oregon politician
  • Catt family - 21st century bank robbing family47
  • Beverly Cleary - children's author
  • Joe Dancer - Owner and Operator of Dancer and Bennett Bus Service and first McMinnville City Manager48
  • Verne Duncan - Oregon and Idaho politician
  • Matthew Haughey - noted blogger
  • Bill Krueger - Major League Baseball, and senior baseball analyst for FSN Northwest
  • Ehren McGhehey - Jackass cast member
  • Joe Paterson - Major League Baseball pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Ad Rutschman - College Football Hall of Fame coach49
  • Ross Shafer - comedian, television host, and motivational speaker
  • Raemer Schreiber - physics pioneer that worked at Los Alamos during WWII
  • Charlie Sitton - former professional basketball player
  • Will Vinton - Oscar-winning director and producer of animated films


  1. ^ a b "US Gazetteer files 2010" United States Census Bureau Retrieved 2012-12-21 
  2. ^ a b "American FactFinder" United States Census Bureau Retrieved 2012-12-21 
  3. ^ a b "Population Estimates" United States Census Bureau Retrieved 2014-10-02 
  4. ^ a b "American FactFinder" United States Census Bureau Retrieved 2008-01-31 
  5. ^ "US Board on Geographic Names" United States Geological Survey 2007-10-25 Retrieved 2008-01-31 
  6. ^ a b "Evergreen Aviation founder's estate cost $17 million You can buy it for much less photos, video" OregonLivecom Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  7. ^ "Newby" Retrieved 2016-08-16 
  8. ^ a b Charles Henry Carey, History of Oregon: Volume 1 Chicago: Pioneer Historical Publishing Co, 1922; pg 759
  9. ^ Federal Register, Volume 70 Issue 11 Tuesday, January 18, 2005
  10. ^ "Organic Valley will buy the Farmers Creamery Cooperative facility in Oregon" Capital Press September 7, 2016 Retrieved April 10, 2017 
  11. ^ "Our Humble History - Organic Valley" wwworganicvalleycoop Organic Valley Retrieved 4 January 2017 
  12. ^ Group, Rice Design "Craft Beer on Tap Made on Site at Grain Station Brew Works Brewery & Brewpub | McMinnville, Oregon" grainstationcom Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  13. ^ "Ranch - Golden Valley Restaurant & Brewery" Golden Valley Restaurant & Brewery Retrieved 2017-04-26 
  14. ^ a b "Michelbook Country Club Info" wwwmichelbookcom Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  15. ^ a b "Weatherbase: McMinnville, Oregon" Canty Media 2015 Retrieved February 27, 2015 
  16. ^ "Population and Housing Unit Estimates" Retrieved June 9, 2017 
  17. ^ United States Census Bureau "Census of Population and Housing" Retrieved October 2, 2014 
  18. ^ "Welcome to visitors from the International Pinot Noir Celebration! | Linfield News" wwwlinfieldedu Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  19. ^ "Dragging the Gut Festival" Dragging the Gut 2014 Retrieved February 27, 2015 
  20. ^ Karl Klooster 2010-10-14 "Retro cruise-in revs up Mac" News-Register McMinnville 
  21. ^ "Dragging the Gut Festival Car Show webpage" 
  22. ^ "Official Dragging the Gut Festival Website at GutFestcom" 
  23. ^ Dragging the Gut January 4, 2012 "Ducks' Rose Bowl shine originated in Newberg: KOCH CAR SHOW" News-Register McMinnville Archived from the original on January 29, 2013 
  24. ^ "Sip! McMinnville Wine & Food Classic | Event Info | Wine & Food Tasting Event McMinnville, Oregon" sipclassicorg Retrieved 2017-06-21 
  25. ^ Dr Bruce Maccabee Research Website Archived 2013-03-21 at the Wayback Machine
  26. ^ "McMinnville Farmer, Wife See 'Saucer,'" The Oregonian, June 10, 1950, pg 7
  27. ^ "2014 UFO Festival and Alien Costume Parade" McMinnville Downtown Association Retrieved January 25, 2014 
  28. ^ "Parks and Recreation" Mcminnville Oregon Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  29. ^ "Joe Dancer Park" Mcminnville Oregon Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  30. ^ "McMinnville Golf Course - Bayou Golf Club" wwwbayougolfcoursecom Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  31. ^ "Michelbook Country Club - Golf Course" wwwmichelbookcom Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  32. ^ "Home - Wascher Elementary School" waschermsdk12orus Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  33. ^ a b "About our District - MSD" wwwmsdk12orus Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  34. ^ "Superintendent Maryalice Russell - MSD" wwwmsdk12orus Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  35. ^ "Oregon Superintendent of Public Instruction" Wikipedia 2016-10-16 
  36. ^ "Oregon's state schools superintendent resigns, leaving the governor in charge of education" OregonLivecom Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  37. ^ "Continuing Education And Online Degree Program | Linfield College" Linfield College Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  38. ^ "Linfield College Good Samaritan School of Nursing | Linfield College" Linfield College Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  39. ^ "Salem Campus Map & Directions" wwwchemeketaedu Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  40. ^ "Facts and Figures | Linfield College" Linfield College Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  41. ^ "Student Profile - McMinnville, OR | Linfield College" Linfield College Retrieved 2017-04-27 
  42. ^ "Saint James Catholic School" 
  43. ^ "About" The Bruin 2011 Retrieved February 27, 2015 
  44. ^ "MCM-TV: McMinnville Community Media" McMinnville Community Media 2012 Retrieved February 27, 2015 
  45. ^ Airport City of McMinnville Retrieved on April 30, 2009
  46. ^ History of McMinnville Water and Light
  47. ^ I Would Only Rob Banks for My Family; article; Skip Hollandsworth; June 2014 issue; Texas Monthly; accessed May 2014
  48. ^ Society Loses Three Friends; article; Shirley Venhaus; March 2008 issue; The West Side; accessed March 2008
  49. ^ College Football Hall of Fame || Famer Search

External linksedit

  • Media related to McMinnville, Oregon at Wikimedia Commons
  • Entry for McMinnville from the Oregon Blue Book
  • "McMinnville" The Oregon Encyclopedia 
  • William T Newby at Find a Grave
  • Visit McMinnville

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