A Night in Chinatown
by West Shore Magazine
The October 1886 issue of West Shore magazine, based in Portland, featured this lithograph and an article under the title A Night in Chinatown.
An Oregon Rancher Ordered to Leave
by Boise Idaho Tri-Weekly Statesman, August 18, 1887
This article appeared in the August 18, 1887, edition of the Boise Idaho Tri-Weekly Statesman. The bulk of the article consists of a letter claiming ...
Antone Minthorn Oral History
by Antone Minthorn, Center for Columbia River History
Antone Minthorn (Cayuse) has served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation since 1997 until now ...
A Pacific Republic
by The Oregonian and Indians Advocate
This document is an excerpt from an 1839 article that appeared in The Oregonian and Indian’s Advocate, a short-lived journal published by the Boston-based Oregon ...
Article, I-5 Now Completed throughout Oregon
by Oregon State Motor Association
The interstate highway system changed the face of America. Although Congress had been discussing the development of an interregional highway system since the 1930s, construction ...
Article, Willamette Greenway Act
by Anthony Netboy
Anthony Netboy wrote this Nov. 5, 1967 article about the Willamette Greenway Act for Northwest Magazine Sunday, a supplement to the Oregonian. Netboy, who died ...
Ashland Chautauqua, 1895
This 1895 leaflet from Ashland’s third annual Chautauqua meeting shows the town’s Chautauqua building on one side and lists the featured speakers on the other ...
Ashland Woolen Mills
by Albert G. Walling, Publisher
This 1884 illustration shows the Ashland Woolen Mills. The first such enterprise in Oregon was the Willamette Woolen Manufacturing Company, which began doing business in ...