Sally Bourrie shares a recorded talk on her new book, "Oregon Loves New York," documenting the historic Flight for Freedom where Oregonians traveled to New York City following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Join us on the 51st celebration of Earth Day on April 22 for a special panel discussion on the history and legacy of the Bottle Bill.
Border War: The Great Depression, Interstate Migration, and The Armed Police Force at Oregon’s Doorstep
Portland-based author and journalist Bill Lascher discusses the “Bum Blockade,” when armed Los Angeles police obstructed every entry point from Oregon into California during the Great Depression.
Exhibit curators Libby Provost and Morgen Young and former professional soccer player Mick Hoban host a virtual tour of the OHS exhibition, We are the Rose City! A History of Soccer in Portland.
In this showcase, OSU Press has gathered together the authors of four books published in 2020 that deepen our understanding of and broaden our perspective on Oregon’s past.
This conversation between three distinguished experts will discuss the intentions behind various white nationalism movements.
Join us on the 50th anniversary of the Florence Whale Explosion for a conversation between legendary Oregon broadcaster Paul Linnman and OHS Executive Director Kerry Tymchuk about the event that blasted both blubber and Paul’s career skyward.
Revisiting the Rogue River Wars of Southern Oregon: A Photographer’s Journey and a Tribal Perspective
David Harrelson and photographer Rich Bergeman revisit the landscape where the Rogue River Wars tore through the fabric of both Indigenous and settler communities over 160 years ago.
A panel discussion on the significance of the Afro-American Heritage Bicentennial Commemorative Quilt and 15 women who made it.
This program offers a historical view of the U.S. Postal Service, explaining the democratic ideology that spurred its creation, the legislative updates that have kept it current, and the recent attacks that have been leveled on the agency.