How to Access the Oregon Historical Quarterly

Join the Oregon Historical Society today and receive the Oregon Historical Quarterly for a full year.  Subscriptions to the Quarterly without membership are also available from the Oregon Historical Society, along with single and back issue purchases.


Many public, college and even some high school libraries provide access to OHQ via JSTOR to their members. Participating libraries in Oregon are listed here.


You can also sign up for a free JSTOR account, which enables you to read up to three articles in a 14-day period.


You can also read contents and abstracts for the current issue and back issues since 2002.

Submissions & Advertising

Eliza E. Canty-Jones, Editor

Erin Brasell, Assistant Editor


Melissa Lang, Rose Tucker Fellow

Photo and Editorial Research


Katrine Barber, Book Review Editor

Editorial Advisory Board

Katrine Barber, Portland State University


Peter Boag, Washington State University


Kelly Cannon-Miller, Deschutes County Historical Society


Marisa Chappell, Oregon State University


Thomas J. Connolly, University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History


Chrissy Curran, State Historic Preservation Office


Jennifer Karson Engum, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation


Christin Hancock, University of Portland


Kimberly Jensen, Western Oregon University


David Liberty, StreamNet Library


Lawrence M. Lipin, Dept. of History, Pacific University, Forest Grove


William F. Willingham, public historian, Portland

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