Talk:Gardiner, Oregon

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It is hard to fathom that Mr. Gardiner was never identified in all of these writings until 1994 (see the work to document as needed for the historic places tag). Today, we find out about Silvester Henry Dearborn Gardiner, born in Pittston, ME in 1814. Auspices of the Thomas Gardner Society, Inc. jmswtlk (talk) 01:57, 20 November 2014 (UTC)