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Oregon history, photos, documents, links, etc.
University consortium that conducts interdisciplinary research, publishes material in text and electronic formats, sponsors public programs, and collaborates with other organizations to promote the study Columbia River Basin history.
Collaborating to preserve the heritage, educate the public, and interpret the history of the Oregon Territory, Clackamas County, and Oregon City
Online database of documents, reports, records, maps, photographs, newspapers, artifacts, and oral history interviews.
Membership organization with extensive resources for historical & family research. Maintains a library with over 30,000 items. Sponsors special interest groups, classes, seminars, and events. Publications & online research tools.
Union database of finding aids to archival and manuscript materials in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
Promoting the understanding and appreciation of history and supporting those committed to public history.
Working to secure, sustain, & enhance Oregon's heritage through: coordination of heritage initiatives; advocacy; education; promotion & celebration.
Statewide historical organization: museum & repository for over 85,000 cultural artifacts; research library with extensive collections of state history materials; the journal Oregon Historical Quarterly; and a variety of education programs and projects.
Resource for learning about Oregon’s past. A collaboration of the Oregon Heritage Commission, Oregon Historical Society, and State Historic Preservation Office. Includes "Oregon's Built Environment."
Exhibits, archive, library.
Museum, venue for cultural and research activities and focal point for the preservation and sharing of the history and culture of the Japanese American community in Oregon.
Preserving the records of Oregon government, including records of the provisional and territorial governments. Research guides and online exhibits.
Oregon geneology and history resource. Links, databases, digitized documents, indexes, etc.
Collections are primarily pictorial, although some have accompanying essays and text. Other media are presented, such as newspapers, reports, pamphlets, posters and maps.
Preserving and interpreting the history of the county, creating knowledge of the past, linking it to an enhanced understanding of the present, and presenting it in diverse formats.
Life histories compiled by the Folklore Project of the Federal Writers' Project for the WPA, 1936-1940