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Surviving Genocide: Native Nations and the United States from the American Revolution to Bleeding Kansas

Type: Education Event, Professional Development, Virtual Event     

Surviving Genocide: Introduction to New Scholarship on Native Nations and the United States


  • Teachers
History Day participants Alan Zhou (left) and Kyler Wang (right) looking at primary documents in the OHS Research Library.

Type: Education Event, Professional Development, Virtual Event     

Oregon History Day Educator Webinar—September 23


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Bohemians West: Free Love, Family, and Radicals in Twentieth Century America

Type: Lecture, Virtual Event     Series: History Pub

Bohemians West: Free Love, Family, and Radicals in Twentieth Century America


Livestream on Facebook

  • Free
  • Researchers
  • Teachers
Oregon students attend the 2019 National History Day contest.

Type: Education Event, Professional Development, Virtual Event     

Oregon History Day Educator Webinar—September 29


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Oregon Historical Society

Type: Special Event, Virtual Event     

Annual Meeting of the Membership


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  • Free
  • RSVP Required
  • Free for Members
  • Members Only
Student performance at 2019 National History Day contest.

Type: Education Event, Professional Development, Virtual Event     

Oregon History Day Educator Webinar—October 5


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Vanport City, daily vacation Bible School, 8/21/1943. OrHi 78867

Type: Education Event, Professional Development, Virtual Event     

Introduction to Experience Oregon K–2 Units — Module 1


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Iwaco Oyama, publishing the Oregon Nippo, OHS Research Library, Al Monner news negatives, Org. Lot 1284, box 26, 1141-1

Type: Virtual Event     

Historians and the News: Reflections on Xenophobia, Politics, and Living in an Historic Moment


Virtual program via Zoom. Register here.

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Black United Front leader, Ron Herndon, stands on a desk at a School Board protest against the closure of Harriet Tubman Middle School, March 30, 1982. Steve Nehl, Oregon Journal. OrHi 95005 ba018353

Type: Education Event, Professional Development, Virtual Event     

Introduction to Experience Oregon 6–12 Units — Module 1


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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