Oregon Historical
Special Issue Out Now!
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.
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
2 Years, 1 Month:
Lincoln’s Legacy
April 12 – October 6
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.