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Rogue River at Walker Bar. Courtesy of Richard Bergeman from “The Land Remembers: Photographs Inspired by the Rogue River Wars of Southern Oregon, 1851-56.

Type: Lecture, Virtual Event     

Revisiting the Rogue River Wars of Southern Oregon: A Photographer's Journey and a Tribal Perspective


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  • Free
  • RSVP Required
  • Family-friendly
  • Researchers
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Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

Type: Lecture     Series: Hatfield Lecture Series

Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: Virtual Hatfield Lecture

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OHS will send an email with a unique link to attend the virtual lecture one week prior to the event.


Virtual Program

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  • Family-friendly
Works stolen in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft

Type: Lecture, Partner Event     Series: History Pub

Catch a Thief: International Art Theft and the FBI

Postponed Indefinitely


McMenamins Old St. Francis School
700 N.W. Bond Street
Bend, Oregon 97703

  • Free
  • Family-friendly
  • Researchers
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Mayor Joseph Carson Demonstrates With Students. OHS Research Library
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Type: Education Event, Professional Development, Virtual Event     

Introduction to Experience Oregon K–2 Units — Module 2


Registration for module one, on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, required for attendance. Attendees will be automatically registered for both modules.

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  • Teachers
Menu from Coon-Chicken Inn, a popular restaurant on Portland’s NE Sandy Blvd. during the 1930s to 1950s. OHS Research Library, Mss 2442.

Type: Panel Discussion, Virtual Event     

Reflection Roundtable: White Supremacy in Oregon History


Virtual program via Zoom

Young women from Chemawa trained at the Eugene National Youth Administration for skilled work in the Portland shipyards, 1942. OHS Research Library, Oregon Journal collection, 013610

Type: Education Event, Professional Development, Virtual Event     

Introduction to Experience Oregon 3–5 Units — Module 1


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The German cruiser “Emden” chugged down the Willamette River with the Nazi naval flag, or ensign, at the stern. The ship moored in Portland at the foot of West Couch Street. OHS Research Library, Oregon Journal collection, bb017448

Type: Lecture, Partner Event, Virtual Event     

What America Can Learn From Germany


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  • Family-friendly
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Oregon student collects buttons at 2019 National History Day contest.

Type: Education Event, Professional Development, Virtual Event     

Oregon History Day Educator Webinar—November 11


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  • Teachers
Exploding whale, Florence, Oregon, November 12, 1970, 16mm original reversal with magnetic audio. OHS Research Library, KATU News, Moving Image Collection, “Beached Whale Blow Up.”

Type: Virtual Event     

The 50th Anniversary of Blasted Blubber: A Conversation with Paul Linnman


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  • Family-friendly
  • Researchers
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Illustration,

Type: Virtual Event     

Historians and the News: A Historical Perspective on Elections and Political Rhetoric


Virtual program via Zoom. Register here.

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