[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2012-03-08
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Thu Mar 8 08:51:44 PST 2012
In this Issue:
1. Engeman Set to Present “Oregon Companion” Talk in Albany
2. “Windows in Time” Lectures Scheduled in Southern Oregon
3. Weaving Traditions Exhibit Featured At Pioneer Museum
ENGEMAN SET TO PRESENT “OREGON COMPANION” TALK IN ALBANY
Richard H. Engeman will discuss information from his book “Oregon
Companion: An Historical Gazetteer of the Useful, the Curious, and the
Arcane” at 2 p.m., March 11 at the Lakeside Center of the Mennonite
Village, 5353 Columbus St., S.E., Albany.
The “Oregon Companion” is an A-to-Z handbook of Oregon places, people,
icons and events, all presented from an historical perspective. Its
1,000-plus entries range from Albany and Sodaville through forest fires
and the flax industry, and from Ben Holladay and Sam Simpson through the
holy rollers and the Oregon Country Fair.
For further information, contact Glenn Harrison by phone at
541-619-7596 or by emailing gr.harrison at comcast.net .
“WINDOWS IN TIME” LECTURES SCHEDULED IN SOUTHERN OREGON
Paul Fattig will present “Draft Dodgers of WWI: An Untold Story on
March 14 as part of the “Windows in Time” lecture series offered in
Southern Oregon. The Jackson County Library Services and Southern Oregon
Historical Society and are presenting this Southern Oregonhistory
series, which features well-known writers and historians, and brings
to life the people, values, and events that shaped our Southern Oregon
To learn more about the lectures, locations, times and other
information, visit www.sohs.org ( http://www.sohs.org/ ) or call (541)
WEAVING TRADITIONS EXHIBIT FEATURED AT PIONEER MUSEUM
The Tillamook County Pioneer Museum recently opened “Weaving
Traditions,” a display featuring 62 Native American baskets, hats,
purses and other weavings from the museum’s collection. The exhibit will
run until July 24, 2012.
Lizzie Adams, daughter of Chief Illga and Maggie Adams created many of
the baskets in the exhibits. Considered the best basket maker in
Tillamook, and the best-known, she
taught the craft to her nieces, just as her mother taught it to her.
The basket collection that had been on display for decades was removed
several years ago. This exhibit shows a fraction of the collection,
which is considered by
scholars to be outstanding.
For further information about the exhibit, visit www.tcpm.org (
http://www.tcpm.org/ ) or call (503) 842-4553.
Visit www.oregon.gov/OPRD/HCD/OHC/Conference.shtml to learn more about
the joint Oregon Heritage Conference / Northwest Archivists Annual
Meeting April 26-28.
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