an industrial port in northwestern Oregon, on the Willamette River near its confluence with the Columbia River. The largest city in Oregon, founded in 1845 and developed as a supply center for the gold rushes of 1860s and 1870s and as a port for lumber trade.
the state capital of Oregon, on the Willamette River.
a city in west central Oregon, on the Willamette River, home to the University of Oregon. (Ducks)
a city in northwestern Oregon, east of Portland.
a commercial and industrial city in northwestern Oregon.
a city in northwestern Oregon, west of Portland, is home of Nike Shoe Company and noted for its electronics industry.
a city in central Oregon
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Description of City
a commercial city in southwestern Oregon, in an agricultural area near the California border
a city in western Oregon, on the Willamette River, an eastern suburb of Eugene
a city in western Oregon, on the Willamette River home to Oregon State University. (Beavers)
a city in western Oregon, south of Salem
a city in northwestern Oregon, a northern suburb of Salem.
a city in north western Oregon, near the mouth of the Columbia River on the Pacific coast. In the 19th century it was a noted fur-trading center.