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Marie Dorion: The Most Badass Woman in Oregon History

Modern schoolkids can probably name two famous Native American women: Sacajawea and Pocahontas. With good reason. Both were amazing females who more than deserve...

There’s a Little Piece of Oregon In This Photo From the...

The only real backstory you need is this: From 1964-1966, NASA trained Apollo astronauts on the rocky surfaces of lava-flow abundant near Bend, Oregon. Through...

Portland Was Once Home to the Largest Amusement Park in the...

Largest, and according to many sources, MOST AWESOME. It was part carnival, part water park, and existed on 128 acres of Hayden Island land...

These 21 Historic Photos From The Early 1900s In The Northwest...

Could you imagine being alive in the early 1900s? The world was a much different place, and it can be quite amazing to peer...

Hot Springs And Historic Oregon Hotel Opens Again To Public

The Lodge at Hot Lake Springs, formerly known as the Hot Lake Hotel (hit the link here to read our original extensive writeup), is...

20 Vintage Oregon Commercials That Will Make You Feel Nostalgic AF

1. Les Schwab Free Beef! (1989) Nothing goes together quite like new tires and beef. 2. Tom Peterson (before it was Gloria's Too) (1983) Little known fact:...

The Unsolved Mystery of the Oldest Standing Structure in Oregon

It could single-handedly rewrite Oregon's known history, and you will be able to visit soon. Exactly how old is the partially decayed hand-hewn log cabin...

Oregon’s Cannery Pier Hotel And Spa Has One Of The Best...

Jutting out 600 feet into the mighty Columbia River on the Oregon Coast, the Cannery Pier Hotel and Spa has one of the most...

Oregon’s Most Infamous Shipwreck: Then and Now

On October 25, 1906, the sailing vessel Peter Iredale was bound from Salina Cruz, Mexico to Portland, Oregon when she ran into trouble trying...

This is What Oregon Looked Like in the 1930s Great Depression

From humble beginnings in 1890s New Jersey and contracting polio at age 7 (which left her with a lifelong limp), Dorothea Lange went on...

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