Biography of Chester E. Hunsaker

Chester E. Hunsaker is editor of the Everest Enterprise at Everest in Brown County. The Enterprise is now in its twenty-ninth volume. It was first published on March 9, 1888, having been founded in that year by T. A. H. Lowe. It is a weekly paper and had a large and influential circulation in that



Hunsaker, Frank – Obituary

Frank Hunsaker, 72, a resident of Oregon all his life and of Baker county since boyhood, died at his farm home just north of Baker, early Tuesday morning after an illness for the past year. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Hunsaker, early Oregon pioneers. Mr. Hunsaker is survived by



Biography of J. T. Hunsaker

J.T. HUNSAKER. – This pioneer of 1846, one of the most substantial and upright men of one state, who has borne his full share of the burden and heat of the day in building up Oregon, was even from the first upon the advanced wave of American civilization, having been born at Jonesboro, Illinois, in



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