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African American Community Protests School Board by Max Gutierrez

Black United Front leader, Ron Herndon, stood on a desk at this 1982 protest, leading members of the African American community in chants of ...

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Agency Lake Ranch by M. Neuman, US Bureau of Reclamation

Upper Klamath Lake, at 142 square miles, is Oregon’s largest fresh-water lake.  It is fed by the Williamson and Sprague Rivers and several small ...

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Albert Kuckup on the 1855 Wasco Council by Warm Springs Tribe of Indians v. U.S.

This document is a transcript of a land claims hearing held on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in August 1931. Albert Kuckup, an elderly member of the ...

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Albina, Portland, 1909 by McDermid & Bell

This photograph shows the intersection of Vancouver and Russell in 1909, when Albina had been a part of Portland for eighteen years.  From its ...

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Albina Residents Picket the Portland Development Commission, 1973 by Oregon Journal Collection

Beginning in the 1960s, the City of Portland, with the cooperation of the Portland Development Commission (PDC) and Emanuel Hospital, began to lay the groundwork ...

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Albina Riot, 1967 by Unknown

What began as a political rally to stir the African American community to “revolution” in Irving Park on Sunday, July 30, 1967, turned into two-nights of ...

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Alejandro Malaspina, 1885 by B. Maura

This engraving of a portrait of the Spanish navigator, Alejandro Malaspina, is found in an 1885 version of his account of the trip, A Political-Scientific ...

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Alonzo Hancock and Miomastodon Jaw by Edmund Y. Lee, Oregon Journal Collection

This photograph was taken by Oregon Journal photographer Edmund Lee in March 1953. It shows Alonzo Hancock with the jawbone of a miomastodon that he ...

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An Accurate Map of North America, c. 1780 by Thomas Bowen

Thomas Bowen, a British cartographer and engraver, produced his An Accurate Map of North America from the Latest Authorities in the early 1780s.  It is ...

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A New Status for the American Indian by Oregon Historical Society

On March 23, 1957, the Oregon Historical Society held its Third Annual Historical Forum, a discussion of events that had influenced Oregon’s political, social, cultural ...

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