Imagine a beautiful room with good lighting and comfortable chairs. People gather there to talk about the past. As they come and go, they bring in books and letters and...
Symposium on Housing, Civil Rights, and Race in Oregon
The 2018 fiftieth anniversary of the U.S. Fair Housing Act (Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968) offers an opportunity to consider the broader histories of the ways legal and economic structures have dictated who is entitled to what spaces in Oregon. The Oregon Historical Quarterly, working closely with advisers Dr. Karen Gibson and Dr. Carmen Thompson, seeks to address these subjects through a spring 2018...Learn More
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The OHQ Fall 2016 issue includes articles exploring historical evidence of fish distribution