1828 Umpqua Memorial Project Sponsors & Acknowledgements

The following individuals, organizations, and businesses have contributed time, services, materials, and funding needed to create and develop the Umpqua Memorial Project. This effort is in remembrance of the 15 men killed near the mouth of Smith River on July 14, 1828 while employed by the American fur trading company, Smith, Jackson & Sublette. The remains of these men were buried by survivors of the event and by members of the British Hudsons Bay Company rescue party on October 28, 1828.

 Logo  Organization  Contact  Location
   Bronzecraft Memorials  Larry Hager  Wamic, OR
   Coos Bay Timber Operators  David Gould  North Bend, OR
   Douglas County Public Works  Steve Williams  Roseburg, OR
   Ellyn Amalia Designs  Ellyn Mole  Creswell, OR
   FedEx Print & Shipping  Matthew Le Shay  Eugene, OR
   Jedediah Smith Society  Milton von Damm  Berkeley, CA
   K2 Consulting  Wayne & Tope Knauf  Lodi, CA
   Main Rock Products  Mike Main  North Bend, OR
   Mast Brothers  Josh Mast  Reedsport, OR
   Northwest Canine Resources  Cathy Schneider  Oakland, OR
   NW Maps Co.  Bob Zybach  Cottage Grove, OR
   Oregon-California Trails Association  Dave Welch  Independence, MO
   The Oregonian  Lori Tobias  Portland, OR
   Pacific Memorials  Dale Hanson  Wilbur, OR
   Phoenix Reforestation  David Katz  Eddyville, OR
   R3 Engraving & Signs  Kiersten Shettlesworth  Corvallis, OR
   Richardson Masonry  Stu Richardson  Reedsport, OR
   Roseburg Forest Products  Allyn Ford  Roseburg, OR
   Southport Lumber Co.  Jason Smith  North Bend, OR
   The World  David Rupkalvis  Coos Bay, OR

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