||A Tour of Pendleton's Historic Homes
||Pendleton has a rich heritage of fine old homes built at the turn of the century. Use this guide for a tour of twenty-nine homes. The reader can identify the differences between Queen Anne and Colonial Revival, find out who built the homes, and explore the past of this historic town.
||A Field Guide to Historic Pendleton
||Pendleton was once known as the "Entertainment Capital of the Northwest," with thirty-two saloons and eighteen bordellos. Home of the Pendleton Round-Up, Pendleton Woolen Mills and the Pendleton Underground, it still offers old-west entertainment. This "field guide" will help you explore Pendleton's past.
||A Field Guide to Historic The Dalles
||This book examines the origins of this once wild frontier town. Many historic homes and buildings remain to tell us about the rich history of The Dalles. Look at the present and explore The Dalles' past.
||Living on the Dry Side of Oregon: Comments by the Cosmic Cowboy
||This book explores areas such as what makes eastern Oregon different from western Oregon, how to maintain your sanity while living in eastern Oregon, and how to become a resident of Oregon, among other things.
||Ghosts of Times Past: A Road Trip of Eastern Oregon Ghost Towns
||Ghost towns draw visitors by what they were and by what remains of them today-eerie, silent reminders of the passage of time. With this guide book, the reader can meander through forty-three nearly abandoned towns that thrived in eastern Oregon in the late 1800's and early 1900's. These towns from north central Oregon, around the Wallowas and Elkhorn region west of Baker City are easy to find and full of adventure for the weekend explorer.
||Finding the Trail in Oregon: A Guide to Sites, Museums, and Ruts on the Oregon Trail
||This guide book can be used to find the remains of the Oregon Trail in Oregon and southeast Washington. Road directions and maps guide the reader to significant rut sites, museums, forts, and other sites along the trail. Also, the real history of the trail is discussed and myths dispelled about the journey. The sites are listed in the order that the emigrants first saw them.
||Living on the Dry Side: Vol. II, Back in the Saddle
||This humorous look at life in eastern Oregon takes off from the Cosmic Cowboy?s first book Living on the Dry Side: Comment from the Cosmic Cowboy. Short chapters discuss everything from high school reunions and Hawaiian shirts to sex-ed and dating in eastern Oregon, intended to be useful to those wishing to move to the eastern side of the state.
||Pendleton: a Short History of a Western Icon
||This book offers a history of the second city in Oregon to have paved streets, the fourth largest city in Oregon in 1900, home of the world-famous Round-Up and Woolen Mills, mansions, eighteen bordellos and thirty-two saloons.