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''Harvey Whitefield Scott''' was an editor and historian in 19th-century Portland. He was born in Illinois on Febuary 1st, 1828, and settled in [[Yamhill County]] with his family in 1852. He died following surgery on August 7, 1910, in Baltimore, Maryland. Scott had been editor of [[the Oregonian]] from 1866 until 1872. He edited the [["History of Portland, Oregon"]] which was published in 1890.
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'''Harvey Whitefield Scott''' was an editor and historian in 19th-century Portland. He was born in Illinois on Febuary 1st, 1828, and settled in [[Yamhill County]] with his family in 1852. He died following surgery on August 7, 1910, in Baltimore, Maryland. Scott had been editor of [[the Oregonian]] from 1866 until 1872. He edited the [["History of Portland, Oregon"]] which was published in 1890.
  
 
There is a statue of Harvey Scott on top of [[Mount Tabor]] by sculptor Gutzon Borglum, and [[Harvey Scott Elementary School]] in [[Northeast|Northeast Portland]] is named after him.
 
There is a statue of Harvey Scott on top of [[Mount Tabor]] by sculptor Gutzon Borglum, and [[Harvey Scott Elementary School]] in [[Northeast|Northeast Portland]] is named after him.
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== External links ==
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* [http://bluebook.state.or.us/notable/notscott.htm Oregon Blue Book page]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:11, 19 November 2011

Harvey Whitefield Scott was an editor and historian in 19th-century Portland. He was born in Illinois on Febuary 1st, 1828, and settled in Yamhill County with his family in 1852. He died following surgery on August 7, 1910, in Baltimore, Maryland. Scott had been editor of the Oregonian from 1866 until 1872. He edited the "History of Portland, Oregon" which was published in 1890.

There is a statue of Harvey Scott on top of Mount Tabor by sculptor Gutzon Borglum, and Harvey Scott Elementary School in Northeast Portland is named after him.

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