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Senator Party
1859-1859
Delazon Smith Democrat
1859-1861
Joseph Lane Democrat
1860-1861
Edward D. Baker Republican
1861-1867
James W. Nesmith Democrat
1861-1862
Benjamin Stark Democrat
1867-1873
Henry W. Corbett Republican
1862-1865
Benjamin F. Harding Democrat
1873-1879
John H. Mitchell Republican
1865-1871
George Henry Williams Republican
1879-1885
James H. Slater Democrat
1871-1877
James K. Kelly Democrat
1885-1897
John H. Mitchell Republican
1877-1883
La Fayette Grover Democrat
1898-1903
Joseph Simon Republican
1883-1895
Joseph N. Dolph Republican
1903-1909
Charles W. Fulton Republican
1895-1901
George W. McBride Republican
1909-1921
George E. Chamberlain Democrat
1901-1905
John H. Mitchell Republican
1921-1927
Robert N. Stanfield Republican
1905-1907
John M. Gearin Democrat
1927-1938
Frederick Steiwer Republican
1907-1907
Frederick W. Mulkey Republican
1938-1938
Alfred Evan Reames Democrat
1907-1913
Jonathan Bourne Jr. Republican
1938-1939
Alexander G. Barry Republican
1913-1917
Harry Lane Democrat
1939-1945
Rufus C. Holman Republican
1917-1918
Charles L. McNary Republican
1945-1969
Wayne L. Morse Republican
Independent
Democrat
1918-1918
Frederick W. Mulkey Republican
1969-1995
Bob Packwood Republican
1918-1944
Charles L. McNary Republican
1996-
Ron Wyden Democrat
1944-1955
Guy Cordon Republican
1955-1960
Richard L. Neuberger Democrat
1960-1960
Hall S. Lusk Democrat
1960-1967
Maurine B. Neuberger Democrat
1967-1996
Mark O. Hatfield Republican
1997-
Gordon Smith Republican

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1848 US Senate Debates Oregon Territory
Southern Senators were in opposition because of the bill's anti-slavery provision. On the following day, August 14, Congress finally passed the bill, an "Act to establish the Territorial Government of Oregon," and it was signed into law by ...
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Oregon
Oregon was admitted as the 33rd state in 1859. Oregon is a state of great natural beauty with places such as Crater Lake National Park and the Columbia River Gorge. Its mountains, covered in forests, make Oregon the leading state in the ...
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Oregon
... phone]   Senator E-mail - phone - fax Sponsor Ron Wyden (D- OR) http://wyden.senate.gov/contact/ phone 202-224-5244 or 877-762-8762 fax 202-228-2717   Gordon Smith (R- OR) http://gsmith.senate.gov/webform.htm phone 202-224-3753 or 877-762 ...
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