Union County, OR Summer Camps

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La Grande, OR

NBC Camps Eastern Oregon volleyball camps are found at one of the most notable spots in Northeastern Oregon, Eastern Oregon University in the city of La Grande. With its beautiful campus and and high

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Ascension School

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La Grande, OR
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Union, OR
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Union County Statistics

According to the U.S. Census Bureau , the county has a total area of 2,039 square miles , of which 2,037 square miles is.


About Union County, OR

Union County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oregon . It is one of the eight counties of eastern Oregon . Its county seat is La Grande ; in 2010, the county population was 25,748.

Historical populations Census Pop. %± 1870 2,552 — 1880 6,550 156.7 % 1890 12,044 83.9 % 1900 16,070 33.4 % 1910 16,191 0.8 % 1920 16,636 2.7 % 1930 17,492 5.1 % 1940 17,399 ?0.5 % 1950 17,962 3.2 % 1960 18,180 1.2 % 1970 19,377 6.6 % 1980 23,921 23.5 % 1990 23,598 ?1.4 % 2000 24,530 3.9 % 2010 25,748 5.0 % sources: See also: of Oregon , National Register of Historic Places listings in Union County, Oregon , and Oregon pioneer history According to Oregon Geographic Names , the county is named for the town of Union . Union County was originally part of Wasco County . The northern end of the Grande Ronde Valley was the first part to be settled. During the 1860s, population growth in eastern Oregon prompted the State Legislature to split Umatilla and Baker Counties from Wasco County in 1862. Further settlement in the Grande Ronde Valley led to the division of Baker County to create Union County on October 14, 1864. The county doubled in population between 1880 and 1890. The choice of a county seat resulted in competition, based on geography and on economic and population growth, between La Grande and the city of Union . The county seat alternated between Union and La Grande until it permanently came to rest at La Grande in 1905. Between 1875 and 1913, adjustments were made between Union County's borders and the borders of Baker, Umatilla, and Wallowa counties.


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