Preservation of the history of early Oregon and the French Prairie region of the Willamette Valley

French Prairie Articles by Tim Bergquist

Tim Bergquist is Professor Emeritus of Quantitative Analysis at Bushnell University, formerly Northwest Christian University, where he taught from 1996 to 2015. He served 20 years in the US Air Force, retiring as a Major in 1991. He then completed a PhD in Decision Sciences at the University of Oregon in 1996. His academic background also includes a BS (Mathematics, University of Portland, 1971), BA (History, Northwest Christian University, 2015), MS (Statistics, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 1973), MBA (Santa Clara University, 1975), and MS (Operations Research, Oregon State University, 1985). He is a Professionally Accredited Statistician (American Statistical Association) and a Certified Quality Manager (American Society for Quality). He is a member of three professional organizations, the co-author of one statistics textbook, and the author or co-author of over 20 articles and 50 conference papers. He has also written multiple articles for stamp collecting journals on both United States and United Nations stamps, and numerous historical articles for the Oregon Encyclopedia, primarily about the St. Paul area and Bushnell University.

Mission Landing - read

Tim Bergquist, St. Paul - read

Tim Bergquist, St. Paul Roman Catholic Church - read

Tim Bergquist, Hugh Daniel Burns (1807-1870) - read

Tim Bergquist, St. Paul Rodo - read