Bush, Asahel, 1824-1913

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Dates:
Birth 1824-06-04
Death 1913-12-23

Biographical notes:

Asahel Bush was the publisher of the Oregon Statesman.

From the description of Asahel Bush letter to John Colgate Bell [manuscript], 1893 Mar. 7. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 664125845

Asahel Bush Jr. (1824-1913) was a publisher, banker and Democratic political leader.

From the guide to the Asahel Bush letter to Hugh D. O'Bryant, 1850 April 27, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library)

From the guide to the Asahel Bush letter from John T. Jeffreys, 1860 January 23, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library)

From the guide to the Asahel Bush letter from W. H. Farrar, 1855 December 1, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library)

From the guide to the Asahel Bush letters, 1850-1908, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library)

From the guide to the Asahel Bush letter from Benjamin F. Harding, 1860 November 7, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library)

From the guide to the Asahel Bush letter from W. Cary Johnson, 1861 December 25, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library)

From the guide to the Asahel Bush letters from Matthew P. Deady, 1853-1864, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library)

Asahel Bush Jr. (1824-1913) was a publisher, banker and Democratic political leader.

He sailed to Oregon via Isthmus of Panama and arrived in Astoria and later Portland in 1850. He became the editor and publisher of the Statesman. In 1853, he transferred his plant to Salem. In 1868, he became associated with W.S. Ladd in the Salem, Ladd & Bush Bank. He married Eugenia Zieber. They had four children.

From the description of Asahel Bush letter from John T. Jeffreys [manuscript], 1860 January 23. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 708362947

Asahel Bush Jr. (1824-1913) was a publisher, banker and Democratic political leader.

He sailed to Oregon via Isthmus of Panama and arrived in Astoria and later Portland in 1850. He became the editor and publisher of the Statesman. In 1853, he transferred his plant to Salem. In 1868, he became associated with W.S. Ladd in the Salem, Ladd & Bush Bank. He married Eugenia Zieber. They had four children.

From the description of Asahel Bush letters from Matthew P. Deady [manuscript], 1853-1864. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 708362951

Asahel Bush Jr. (1824-1913) was a publisher, banker and Democratic political leader.

He sailed to Oregon via Isthmus of Panama and arrived in Astoria and later Portland in 1850. He became the editor and publisher of the Statesman. In 1853, he transferred his plant to Salem. In 1868, he became associated with W.S. Ladd in the Salem, Ladd & Bush Bank. He married Eugenia Zieber. They had four children.

From the description of Asahel Bush letter from W. Cary Johnson [manuscript], 1861 December 25. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 708362948

Asahel Bush Jr. (1824-1913) was a publisher, banker and Democratic political leader.

He sailed to Oregon via Isthmus of Panama and arrived in Astoria and later Portland in 1850. He became the editor and publisher of the Statesman. In 1853, he transferred his plant to Salem. In 1868, he became associated with W.S. Ladd in the Salem, Ladd & Bush Bank. He married Eugenia Zieber. They had four children.

From the description of Asahel Bush letter from Benjamin F. Harding [manuscript], 1860 November 7. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 708375741

Asahel Bush Jr. (1824-1913) was a publisher, banker and Democratic political leader.

He sailed to Oregon via Isthmus of Panama and arrived in Astoria and later Portland in 1850. He became the editor and publisher of the Statesman. In 1853, he transferred his plant to Salem. In 1868, he became associated with W.S. Ladd in the Salem, Ladd & Bush Bank. He married Eugenia Zieber. They had four children.

From the description of Asahel Bush letters [manuscript], 1850-1908. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 708375788

Asahel Bush Jr. (1824-1913) was a publisher, banker and Democratic political leader.

He sailed to Oregon via Isthmus of Panama and arrived in Astoria and later Portland in 1850. He became the editor and publisher of the Statesman. In 1853, he transferred his plant to Salem. In 1868, he became associated with W.S. Ladd in the Salem, Ladd & Bush Bank. He married Eugenia Zieber. They had four children.

From the description of Asahel Bush letter to Hugh D. O'Bryant [manuscript], 1850 April 27. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 708374017

Asahel Bush Jr. (1824-1913) was a publisher, banker and Democratic political leader.

He sailed to Oregon via Isthmus of Panama and arrived in Astoria and later Portland in 1850. He became the editor and publisher of the Statesman. In 1853, he transferred his plant to Salem. In 1868, he became associated with W.S. Ladd in the Salem, Ladd & Bush Bank. He married Eugenia Zieber. They had four children.

From the description of Asahel Bush letter from W. H. Farrar [manuscript], 1855 December 1. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 708374015

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