[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2012-05-02
heritage.info at state.or.us
Wed May 2 08:52:38 PDT 2012
In this Issue:
1. Oregon Heritage Launches Blog
2. “House Detective” Lecture Set in Astoria
3. Oregon Encyclopedia Information Meeting Set in Bend
OREGON HERITAGE LAUNCHES BLOG
Oregon Heritage has started a blog to promote the exchange of
information and views in the Oregon heritage community. Several posts
have already been made.
The blog will promote conversation about the state's diverse heritage
resources and collaboration on solutions to their challenges.
You can read the blog posting at http://oregonheritage.wordpress.com
While there, sign up to receive notifications of new posts.
Oregon Heritage, a part of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department,
includes the State Historic Preservation Office, the Oregon Heritage
Commission, the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries, and the Oregon
Historic Trails Advisory Council.
“HOUSE DETECTIVE” LECTURE SET IN ASTORIA
Is the Molalla Log house Oregon’s oldest building? Gregg Olson, an
authority on pioneer structures in Oregon, will present a “house
detective” lecture to explore this question beginning at 7 p.m., May 9
in Columbia Hall, Room 219, at Clatsop Community College, 1651 Lexington
Ave., Astoria. Olson’s lecture will cover the historical context of the
house, cultural trends in log buildings, and his use of dendrochronology
(dating based on an analysis of tree rings).
For more information contact John Goodenberger at (503) 325-0209.
OREGON ENCYCLOPEDIA INFORMATION MEETING SET IN BEND
An informational meeting about The Oregon Encyclopedia (The OE) will
take place from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., May 10 at Central Oregon Community
College Library, 2600 NW College Way, Bend.
Kelly Cannon-Miller, historian and Director of the Des Chutes
Historical Museum will give an informational talk about the process of
writing an entry for The OE, illustrating her presentation with her
current research on the Bowman Museum in Prineville. She will also
provide information about resources available to support research and
writing of local history. OE Executive Director Bill Lang will work with
participants to identify possible central Oregon topics for inclusion in
For more information about the event or The OE, visit
www.oregonencyclopedia.org ( http://www.oregonencyclopedia.org/ ) ,
email pdx05508 at pdx.edu or call (503) 725-3990.
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Oregon Heritage News is a service of the Oregon Heritage Commission.
Contact us by emailing heritage.info at state.or.us .
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