Richard L. Bland is a courtesy research archaeologist at the University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History. His fieldwork has dealt with the prehistory of the Arctic/Subarctic and Oregon and the history of Russian America, focusing primarily on translation. His works on these regions consist of numerous published monographs, book chapters, and journal articles.
Mulino is a hamlet of about two thousand people that began as a family enterprise and grew into a thriving community. Located in the Willamette Valley about fifteen miles south of Oregon City, Mulino was established by emigrants who had traveled west on the Oregon Trail. The original flour mill …