October 2020

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104 Main St

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Antelope, MT 59211

45404 Main St

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Antelope, OR 97001

45438 Main St

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Antelope, OR 97001

7909 Walerga Rd

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Antelope, CA 95843

93482 4 Th St

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Antelope, OR 97057

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Odell, OR 97044

5000 Baseline Dr

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Mt Hood Prkdl, OR 97041

202 Oak St

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Hood River, OR 97031

3800 Sw 185 Th Ave

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Beaverton, OR 97007

1001 3 Rd Ave

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10751 Main St Ne

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Hubbard, OR 97020

18151 S Redland Rd

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Oregon City, OR 97045

37601 Highway 26

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Sandy, OR 97055

520 Mount Hood St

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The Dalles, OR 97058

9200 Sw Hillman Ct

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Wilsonville, OR 97070

101 W 2 Nd St

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Dallesport, WA 97058

18825 Willamette Dr

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Marylhurst, OR 97068

380 Douglas Ave

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Gervais, OR 97026

461 Nw Wanapa St

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Stevenson, WA 97014

1600 Mount Hood Ave

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Woodburn, OR 97071

716 Jefferson Ave

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Vernonia, OR 97064

17795 Se 82 Nd Dr

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Gladstone, OR 97015

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Antelope is a city in Wasco County, Oregon, United States. It had an estimated population of 47 people as of 2012. The town was incorporated in 1901, though it was founded earlier. The City of Antelope was originally a stage and freight wagon road stop on the Old Dalles to Canyon City Trail. Howard Maupin came to Antelope in 1863 to operate a horse ranch, becoming the caretaker of the stage station which was established by Henry Wheeler in 1864. Maupin began raising cattle to provide meat for travelers. Nathan Wallace, who is sometimes credited with being Antelope's first postmaster, acquired the Antelope stage station from Maupin in 1870. Records indicate the community was considered to have been established in 1872. In the early 1980s, members of the Rajneesh movement moved in and effectively took over the government of the city by outnumbering the original residents with new voter registrations. On September 18, 1984, a vote was held and the city was renamed to "Rajneesh". By 1985, after several of the Rajneesh movement leaders were discovered to have been involved in criminal behavior (including a mass food poisoning attack and an aborted plot to assassinate a U.S. Attorney), their guru left the country as part of a negotiated settlement of federal immigration fraud charges, and the Rajneesh commune collapsed. On November 6, 1985, the city voted to rename itself back to Antelope.

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