Stafford J. Hazelett
Stafford J. Hazelett graduated from Willamette University in 1971 with a B.A. in English literature, and from Lewis & Clark Law School in 1983 with a J.D. The lifelong Oregon resident is a descendant of a three-generation family of emigrants who, guided by Levi Scott in 1846, followed the newly opened Southern Route, sometimes called the Applegate Trail. Since retiring from active law practice, Hazelett has devoted his time to studying the people and locations of the old Oregon Trail and in particular, the Southern Route.
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