Portland's Lost Waterfront
tall ships, steam mills, and sailor's boardinghouses
The jolly sons of Neptune come to Portland
The sailor's boardinghouse masters
The ferries and bridges of early days
The great grain fleet
West Side wharves and Whitechapel
The boneyard and Scowtown
Warships on the Willamette
Typhoid River and Bull Run
Willamette River shipbuilding ways
Workers on the waterfront
Appendix I. Map of the waterfront 1900
Appendix II. Willamette River Light Station
Detailed look at the many different roles the Portland waterfront has played over time, with particular emphasis on how the businesses, people, institutions, and infrastructure of the waterfront affected the city as a whole.
Close-up photos of the waterfront area and adjacent streets, from the early days of Portland, unrecognizable except for buildings in some photographs that still exist.
Sea captains, sailors, warehouses, bridges, and everything else about the river in 19th century Portland.
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