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Medford, Oregon
Medford is a city in Jackson County, Oregon, United States. As of July 1, 2011, the city had a total population of 75,180 and a metropolitan area population of 207,010, making the Medford MSA the 4th largest metro area in Oregon. The city was named in 1883 by David Loring, civil engineer and right-of-way agent for the Oregon and California Railroad for his home town of Medford, Massachusetts and in recognition of its supposed position on the middle ford of Bear Creek.
Medford, OregonPopulated places in Jackson County, OregonPopulated places established in 1883Cities in OregonMedford, OregonCounty seats in Oregon

Jackson County, Oregon
Jackson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oregon. As of 2010, its population was 203,206. The county is named for Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States. There are 11 incorporated cities and 34 unincorporated communities in Jackson County; the largest is Medford, which has been the county seat since 1927.
Jackson County, Oregon1852 establishments in the United StatesJackson County, OregonOregon counties

Medford, New Jersey
Medford is an affluent suburb of Philadelphia. It is a Township in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States. As of the United States 2000 Census, the township population was 22,253. Medford Township was incorporated as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 1, 1847, from portions of Evesham Township, based on the results of a referendum held that day.
Medford, New JerseyMedford, New Jersey1847 establishments in the United StatesTownships in Burlington County, New JerseyPopulated places established in 1847Pine Barrens (New Jersey)Faulkner Act Council-Manager

Mystic River
The Mystic River is a 7.0-mile-long (11.3 km) river in Massachusetts, in the United States. Its name derives from the Wampanoag word "muhs-uhtuq", which translates to "big river. " In an Algonquian language, "Missi-Tuk" means "a great river whose waters are driven by waves", alluding to the natural tidal nature of the Mystic. It lies to the north of and flows approximately parallel to the lower portions of the Charles River.
Mystic RiverMystic RiverWatersheds of Boston HarborRivers of Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Medford Lakes, New Jersey
Medford Lakes is a Borough in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2000 United States Census, the borough population was 4,173. Medford Lakes was incorporated as a borough by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on May 17, 1939, from portions of Medford Township.
Medford Lakes, New JerseyPopulated places established in 1939Medford, New Jersey1939 establishments in the United StatesBoroughs in Burlington County, New Jersey1923 Municipal Manager LawPine Barrens (New Jersey)

Oregon Route 62
Oregon Route 62 is an Oregon state highway that runs between the city of Medford, and U.S. Route 97 between Chiloquin and Klamath Falls. The highway approaches Crater Lake National Park from the south, and is known as the Crater Lake Highway. While the highway is signed east-to-west, it is in reality shaped somewhat like a horseshoe; heading north-northeast from Medford, turning east as it approaches the park, and then turning south-southeast as it approaches Klamath Falls.
Oregon Route 62Transportation in Klamath County, OregonState routes in OregonTransportation in Jackson County, Oregon

Medford, Wisconsin
Medford is a city in Taylor County, in north-central Wisconsin, United States. The population was 4,326 at the 2010 census. The city is located mostly within the boundaries of the Town of Medford.
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Southern Oregon Timberjacks
The Southern Oregon Timberjacks were a minor league baseball team based in Medford, Oregon. The team played in the short-season single-A Northwest League from 1979 to 1999 and were an affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. They played their home games at Miles Field in south Medford.
Southern Oregon TimberjacksDefunct Northwest League teamsDefunct baseball teams in OregonMedford, Oregon

Oregon Route 238
Oregon Route 238 is an Oregon state highway which runs between the cities of Grants Pass, Oregon and Medford, Oregon, and through the historic town of Jacksonville. It is known as the Jacksonville Highway No. 272, and is 39 miles (63 km) long. It lies in the counties of Jackson and Josephine County.
Oregon Route 238Transportation in Josephine County, OregonState routes in OregonTransportation in Jackson County, Oregon

North Medford High School
North Medford High School is a public high school in Medford, Oregon, United States. It is part of Medford School District, and its mascot is the Black Tornado. It is the only school in America with the Black Tornado as a mascot.
North Medford High SchoolEducation in Medford, OregonEducational institutions established in 1966High schools in Jackson County, Oregon

Medford, Oklahoma
Medford is a city in and the county seat of Grant County, Oklahoma, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 996.
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Mail Tribune
The Mail Tribune is a seven-day daily newspaper based in Medford, Oregon, United States that serves Jackson County, Oregon, and adjacent areas of northern California. Its coverage area centers on Medford and Ashland and includes many small communities in fast-growing Jackson County. The newspaper also covers parts of Central Point, Talent, Eagle Point and Phoenix, as well as areas of western Jacksonville.
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South Medford High School
South Medford High School is a public high school in Medford, Oregon, United States.
South Medford High SchoolEducation in Medford, OregonEducational institutions established in 1961High schools in Jackson County, Oregon

Medford High School (Massachusetts)
Medford High School is a public high school located in the West Medford section of Medford, Massachusetts on the southwest border of the Middlesex Fells Reservation. Students in the town of Medford may also attend the Medford Vocational-Technical High School on the same site, or the Curtis/Tufts alternative high school in South Medford.
Medford High School (Massachusetts)Public high schools in MassachusettsSchools in Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Hernan Medford

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List of mayors of Medford, Massachusetts
This is a list of the past and present mayors of Medford, Massachusetts.
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Medford (LIRR station)
Medford is a station in the hamlet of Medford, New York on the Main Line of the Long Island Railroad. Medford is located on New York State Route 112 between Peconic Avenue and Long Island Avenue. Access to the station is available from a narrow curving roadway leading off Route 112. This roadway used to connect with the Ohio Avenue intersection until Ohio Avenue was closed north of Peconic Avenue in 2007.
Medford (LIRR station)Brookhaven, New YorkTransportation in Suffolk County, New YorkLong Island Rail Road stationsRailway stations opened in 1844

Patchogue-Medford School District
Patchogue Medford School District is a public school district that covers approximately 15.5 square miles (40 km) in the southern part of the Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York, United States. It is composed of the villages and hamlets of Patchogue, Medford, and parts of East Patchogue and North Patchogue. The total student population as of 2006-2007 was approximately 8,700 students.
Patchogue-Medford School DistrictSchool districts in New YorkEducation in Suffolk County, New York

Bicycle Path
Bicycle Path is a historic road in Central Suffolk County on Long Island, New York, built in the late 19th Century in order to capitalize on the bicycle craze of that period. It ran north and south from Patchogue to just east of Port Jefferson, lying mostly west of New York State Route 112, crossing it at Port Jefferson Road in Port Jefferson Station.
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Medford, Minnesota
Medford is a city in Steele County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,239 at the 2010 census.
Medford, MinnesotaPopulated places in Steele County, MinnesotaCities in Minnesota

Medford, Maine
Medford is a town in Piscataquis County, Maine, United States. The population was 231 at the 2000 census.
Medford, MaineTowns in Piscataquis County, Maine

Medford Giants
The Medford Giants were a professional minor league baseball team based in Medford, Oregon, and played in the Northwest League from 1967 to 1968. They won the league championship in 1967. They were a short-season single-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants and played their home games at Miles Field. They left Medford in 1969 and were replaced by the Rogue Valley Dodgers.
Medford GiantsDefunct Northwest League teamsDefunct baseball teams in OregonMedford, OregonDefunct Far West League teams

James A. Redden Federal Courthouse
The James A. Redden Federal Courthouse, formerly the United States Post Office and Courthouse, is federal courthouse located in Medford, Oregon, United States. Completed in 1916 under the supervision of architect Oscar Wenderoth, it houses the United States District Court for the District of Oregon. A substantial extension was completed in 1940, under the supervision of architect, Louis A. Simon.
James A. Redden Federal CourthouseCourthouses in OregonGovernment buildings completed in 1916Buildings and structures in Medford, OregonNational Register of Historic Places in Jackson County, OregonFederal courthouses of the United States

Hernán Medford

Hernán Medford

Patchogue-Medford High School
Patchogue-Medford High School is a public high school in Medford, New York, which is located in Suffolk County, Long Island, in the United States. The school is part of Patchogue-Medford School District.
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West Medford (MBTA station)
West Medford station is located at 481 High Street (Rte. 60) as it passes through West Medford Square in Medford, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. It is on the MBTA Lowell Line. When the original Boston and Lowell Railroad was laid out in the 1830s, West Medford was mostly farmland.
West Medford (MBTA station)Stations along Boston and Maine Railroad linesMBTA Commuter Rail stations in Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Walnut Hill, Medford, Massachusetts
Walnut Hill, located in Medford, Massachusetts, is the geographical home of Tufts University. Walnut Hill itself later became known as College Hill due to the dominant presence of the University.
Walnut Hill, Medford, MassachusettsMedford, MassachusettsTufts University

Medford School District (Oregon)
Medford School District (549C) is a school district in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is the largest school district of southern Oregon.. Today, district 549C encompasses 14 primary schools, two secondary schools, and three high schools in three cities: Medford, Jacksonville, and Ruch. As of 2010, district enrollment stood at 12,476 students.
Medford School District (Oregon)Education in Medford, OregonSchool districts in OregonEducation in Jackson County, Oregon

Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford and the Osgood House
Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford and The Osgood House is an historic Unitarian Universalist church building at 141 and 147 High Street in Medford, Massachusetts.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford and the Osgood House19th-century Unitarian Universalist church buildingsReligious buildings completed in 1894Unitarian Universalist churches in MassachusettsChurches in Middlesex County, MassachusettsProperties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in MassachusettsStone churches in MassachusettsMedford, Massachusetts

Don Medford
Donald Muller (born November 26, 1917), known professionally as Don Medford, is an American television director who directed over 75 TV series between 1951 and 1989, and who also directed three movies. Medford directed the final two-part episode of the 1960s television series The Fugitive and the final episode of the 1980s television series The Colbys. He also directed the violent 1971 Western film The Hunting Party.
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Medford (town), Wisconsin
Medford is a town in Taylor County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 2,216 at the 2000 census. The City of Medford lies mostly within the town boundaries.
Medford (town), WisconsinTowns in Taylor County, Wisconsin

Medford Carnegie Library
The Medford Carnegie Library is a two-story library building located in Medford, Oregon, United States. The building was erected in 1911 (completed in 1912) as a gift from Andrew Carnegie. The Carnegie Library building was vacated in 2004 when all services were moved to a new library building in downtown Medford. Throughout 2009, the building will be occupied by various city offices while renovations are being completed on the existing Medford city hall building.
Medford Carnegie LibraryNational Register of Historic Places in Jackson County, OregonFormer library buildings of the United StatesCarnegie libraries in OregonBuildings and structures in Medford, Oregon

Medford Township Public Schools
The Medford Township Public Schools is a community public school district serving students in kindergarten through eighth grade from Medford Township, in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States. The district has five elementary schools serving students in kindergarten through fifth grade, a single school serving sixth graders and a school serving seventh and eighth graders.
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United States Post Office–Medford Main

United States Post Office–Medford Main

Medford Nuggets
The Medford Nuggets were a professional Minor league baseball team based in Melford, Oregon, and formed part of the Far West League from 1948 through 1949. The team played their home games at Miles Field in Melford. They were a short-season single-A affiliate of the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1948 but were unaffiliated in 1949. Some sources list the team as the Medford Dodgers in the 1948 season.
Medford NuggetsDefunct baseball teams in OregonBrooklyn Dodgers minor league affiliatesSports clubs established in 1948Defunct minor league baseball teamsDefunct Far West League teamsMedford, Oregon

Edna Greene Medford
Edna Greene Medford is a professor of history at Howard University, who specializes in 19th-century African-American history. She is a member of the board of the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Foundation.
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South Medford, Massachusetts
South Medford is the southern part of Medford, Massachusetts. The neighborhood has been predominantly Italian American in South Medford, but one quarter of the residents are non-white. South Medford was founded together with Medford in 1630, making it the 4th oldest English settlement in North America.
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Medford Township, Steele County, Minnesota
Medford Township is a township in Steele County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 681 at the 2000 census.
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Medford Oregon

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Medford Township

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Jackson County Courthouse (Medford, Oregon)
Jackson County Courthouse is an Art Deco building in Medford, Oregon, United States that was built in 1932, six years after county residents voted to move the county seat from Jacksonville to Medford. The former Jackson County Courthouse, built in Jacksonville, Oregon in 1883, once served as the Jacksonville Museum. It is a contributing property of the Jacksonville Historic District.
Jackson County Courthouse (Medford, Oregon)County courthouses in OregonBuildings and structures in Medford, OregonNational Register of Historic Places in Jackson County, OregonArt Deco architecture in OregonGovernment buildings completed in 1932

Old Medford High School
The Old Medford High School is a historic high school at 22–24 Forest Street in Medford, Massachusetts. The building presently houses condominiums and a community theater. It was built in 1894-1896 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. In 1914, an addition was added to the building nearly doubling it in size due to the growth of Medford. In 1929 the north wing was constructed followed by the south wing ten years later.
Old Medford High SchoolSchool buildings completed in 1896Schools on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts

National Register of Historic Places listings in Medford, Massachusetts
This is a list of places and properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Medford, Massachusetts. This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 25, 2012. Map of all coordinates from Google Map of first 200 coordinates from Bing Export all coordinates as KML Export all coordinates as GeoRSS Map of all microformatted coordinates Place data as RDF
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Central Medford High School
Central Medford High School (formerly Medford Opportunity High School) is a public alternative high school in Medford, Oregon, United States. In 2010 the school moved from its original location on Earhart Street to its new location on Oakdale Avenue in Medford. It occupies part of the old South Medford High School (which is now located on Cunningham Avenue in Medford).
Central Medford High SchoolEducation in Medford, OregonAlternative schools in OregonHigh schools in Jackson County, Oregon

First Universalist Church of Medford, MA

First Universalist Church of Medford, MA

Medford IOOF Cemetery
The Medford IOOF Cemetery in Medford, Oregon, also known as Medford Odd Fellows Cemetery and as Eastwood-IOOF Cemetery, was founded in 1890. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989, for its architecture, which includes Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture, Art Deco architecture, and Modernistic architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
Medford IOOF CemeteryNational Register of Historic Places in Jackson County, OregonMedford, OregonProtected areas of Jackson County, OregonCemeteries in Oregon

Medford Public Schools
Medford Public Schools is a school district located in Medford, Massachusetts. The District has 9 schools serving in the city grades k-12. It is led by Superintendent, Roy E. Belson. The main office is located at 489 Winthrop Street Medford, MA 02155.
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Medford (Massachusetts)

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Medford (disambiguation)

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Medford High School

Medford High School

Medford Turnpike
The Medford Turnpike is a road mostly in modern-day Somerville, Massachusetts, United States, now known as Mystic Avenue. It was laid out in 1803 as a result of the 1786 Charles River Bridge from Charlestown to Boston. In historic terms, it ran from Medford Center to Charlestown Neck. It is currently designated to be part of Massachusetts Route 38.
Medford TurnpikeSomerville, Massachusetts

Joe Medford
Joe Medford was born on April 2, 1932 and died on November 16, 1993. From Clyde, North Carolina, he was a well-known banjo player, playing with some of the early artists of bluegrass music. Groups and musicians he played with include Murphy Brothers and the Blue River Boys Mac Wiseman Charlie Monroe & his Kentucky Partners
Joe MedfordAmerican country banjoistsAmerican bluegrass musicians1993 deathsPeople from Haywood County, North CarolinaMusicians from North Carolina1932 births

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Medford Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot
The Medford Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot is a rail station located in Medford, Oregon listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Medford Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger DepotRailway stations on the National Register of Historic Places in OregonNational Register of Historic Places in Jackson County, OregonBuildings and structures in Medford, Oregon

Medford School District (Oregon) Mcloughlin Middle School 1

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Medford Pipe Bridge
The Medford Pipe Bridge is a historic bridge over the Mystic River, between S. Court St. and the Mystic Valley Parkway in Medford, Massachusetts. It was built in 1897 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
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1990–91 NK Dinamo Zagreb season Hernán Medford 1

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Hillside Avenue Historic District (Medford, Massachusetts)
Hillside Avenue Historic District is a historic district on both sides of Hillside and Grand View Avenues in Medford, Massachusetts. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
Hillside Avenue Historic District (Medford, Massachusetts)Historic districts in Massachusetts

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Medford Area Senior High School
Medford Area Senior High School (known as MASH) is a public secondary school located in Medford, Wisconsin. MASH is the only high school in the Medford Area Public School District.
Medford Area Senior High SchoolSchools in Taylor County, WisconsinHigh schools in Wisconsin

Medford, Nova Scotia
Medford is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Kings County. It lies north of Kingsport, Nova Scotia on the Minas Basin. Coordinates: 45°10′51.41″N 64°21′40.22″W / 45.1809472°N 64.3611722°W / 45.1809472; -64.3611722 (Medford, Nova Scotia)
Medford, Nova ScotiaCommunities in Kings County, Nova Scotia

Medford Daily Mercury
The Medford Daily Mercury is an independent five-day (Monday through Friday) daily newspaper covering the city of Medford, Massachusetts. Publisher Daniel J. Horgan has owned the Daily Mercury and its sister paper, the Malden Evening News, since purchasing the Daily News-Mercury in 1996. Although Horgan restored separate titles for Medford and Malden, Massachusetts, on any given day the two newspapers look almost identical, except for front-page stories.
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Saint Clement High School (Medford, Massachusetts)
Saint Clement High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Medford, Massachusetts. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston.
Saint Clement High School (Medford, Massachusetts)Roman Catholic secondary schools in MassachusettsSchools in Middlesex County, MassachusettsEducational institutions established in 1925

United States Post Office–Medford Main
The US Post Office–Medford Main is a historic post office at 20 Forest Street in Medford, Massachusetts. The post office was built in 1937 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
United States Post Office–Medford MainPost office buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in MassachusettsBuildings and structures in Middlesex County, Massachusetts