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Oregon Trademarks Answers


1. How many historical figures can you find in the exhibit?

  • Lewis and Clark - cigars (Cigar section #736)

  • Sacajawea - perfume (General Store section #831)

  • Robert E. Lee (Salmon section #357)

  • U.S. Grant (Salmon section #356)

  • Mickey Mouse - animal crackers (Packaged Food section #3508)


2. How many times does the state animal appear in the exhibit? (hint: the state animal is the beaver)

  • Beaver Brand Prunes (Produce section #1207)

  • Beaver Brand Pears (Produce section #269)

  • Beaver Brand Japan tea (General Store section #296)

  • Image of a beaver appears on the Oregon Exchange Co. trademark, which is a replica of the Beaver coin used in the Oregon Territory of the 1850s. (General Store section #846)

  • Beaver State Woolen Company (General Store section #2414)


3. Find products in the exhibit that are still being manufactured today under the same brand name.

  • Kool-Aid (General Store section #3540)

  • Coca-Cola (General Store section #4009)

  • Cream of Wheat (Flour section #217)

  • Ford (Automotive section #1900)

  • Rainer beer (Liquor section #1057)

  • Folger coffee (Packaged Food section #667)

  • Jantzen (Clothing section #2730)

 
4. What product did the Newton Brothers sell?

  • Newton's Oregon Fruit Chewing Gum (Packaged Food section #416)

 
5. How much does a sealskin hat cost according to one trademark?

  • $3.00 - Josephson's (General Store section #1072)

 
6. What product claimed you could make it in five minutes?

  • Breakfast Mush (Flour section #592)

 
7. What product claimed you could make it in less than five minutes?

  • 2 Minute Macaroni (Packaged Food section #2692)

 
8. Write the names two products a farmer might buy to use for his horse.

  • Long Straw Throat Collars (General Store section #401)

  • Grosbecks Horse and Cattle Powders (General Store section #619)

  • Prussian Stock-Food (General Store section #694)

  • King of the Valley Liniment (Medicine section #286)

 
9. What product is used for rousing the torpid liver?

  • Dr. Henley's Dandelion Tonic (Medicine section #88)

 
10. How many images of fish/salmon appear in the exhibit?

  • 17 (including exhibit home page)

 
11. Write down the names of three products you might use on your hamburger.

  • Airport Brand Sweet Split Pickles (Packaged Food section #4475)

  • H & B Tomato Catsup (Packaged Food section #877)

  • Gendney's Sweet Relish (Packaged Food section #625)

  • Multnomah Mustard (Packaged Food section #351)

  • Woodland's Best Cheese (Dairy section #549)

  • Golden Cheddar (Dairy section #1038)

 
12. What product would appeal to you most as something you might buy?

  • Your pick!

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