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  2. The Learning Company - Wikipedia

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    The Learning Company was founded in 1980 by Ann McCormick; Leslie Grimm; Teri Perl; and Warren Robinett, a former Atari employee who had programmed the popular game Adventure. They saw the Apple II as an opportunity to teach young children concepts of math, reading, science, problem-solving, and thinking skills.

  3. The Oregon Trail (series) - Wikipedia

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    An updated version, Oregon Trail Deluxe, was released for DOS and Macintosh in 1992, as well as Windows in 1993 (under the title of simply The Oregon Trail Version 1.2) followed by Oregon Trail II in 1995, The Oregon Trail 3rd Edition in 1997, and 4th and 5th editions.

  4. MECC - Wikipedia

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    MECC distributed The Oregon Trail and others in its library to Minnesota schools for free, and charged others $10 to $20 for diskettes, each containing several programs. By July 1981 it had 29 software packages available. Projector slides, student worksheets, and other resources for teachers accompanied the software.

  5. List of Oregon state symbols - Wikipedia

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    Oregon's unofficial nickname is "The Beaver State". Unofficial slogans for Oregon include "things look different here" and "Oregon, We Love Dreamers", the latter of which alludes to the "basic sense of idealism" of the state's culture. In the 1950s and 60s, Oregon license plates featured the unofficial motto, "Pacific Wonderland".

  6. Jefferson High School (Portland, Oregon) - Wikipedia

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    In 2009–10, Jefferson was the only school in Oregon to have a majority of African American students. As of 2018, the school's ethnic demographics were 41% African American, 28% European American, 17% Hispanic, 10% Two or more races, 2% Asian, 2% Hawaiian, and 1% American Indian.

  7. Trail, British Columbia - Wikipedia

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    Trail has an area of 34.78 km 2 (13.43 sq mi). The city is located on both banks of the Columbia River , approximately 10 km (6.2 mi) north of the United States border. This section of the Columbia River valley is located between the Monashee Mountains to the west and the Selkirk Mountains to the east.

  8. Columbia Sportswear - Wikipedia

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    Columbia also operates its own chain of retail stores, including its flagship store located in downtown Portland, Oregon. Financial information. As of February 12, 2015, the company's market capitalization is about $4.13 billion, [citation needed] with 2014 net sales of $2.1 billion. As of 2018, 40% of Columbia's business came from abroad.

  9. Puyallup, Washington - Wikipedia

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    Puyallup (/ p juː ˈ æ l ə p / pew-AL-əp or / p juː ˈ ɔː l ə p / pew-AWL-əp) is a city in Pierce County, Washington, United States, located about 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Tacoma and 35 miles (56 km) south of Seattle.