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Oregon Historical
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Special Issue Out Now!
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Following up on the Oregon Historical Society’s November 2013 symposium, “Death and the Settling and Unsettling of Oregon,” this special issue of the Oregon Historical Quarterly explores the “so-called settlement of the Oregon Territory by white pioneers” and the devastating unsettlement of Natives.

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Oregon History 101
The ultimate course on all things Oregon.
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Class is in session! Oregon History 101 is a series of monthly lectures by local scholars presented by The Oregon Encyclopedia & Oregon History Project. Each presentation emphasizes Oregon’s connection to historical themes in American history.

Next Class: Monday, October 6
“Exploration and the Fur Trade”
with Dr. William L. Lang
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2 Years, 1 Month:
Lincoln’s Legacy
April 12 – October 6
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This original exhibit takes an in-depth look at Lincoln’s monumental presidency between two historic points: the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation and the Congressional passage of the Thirteenth Amendment. Through rare documents, artifacts, and cutting edge interactive elements, “2 Years, 1 Month” examines Lincoln’s legacy through the lens of slavery and the end of the Civil War.