This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Oregon.
Dedicated to preserving Prineville and Crook County's past. Exhibits include logging, farming, and ranching history. Includes details of displays, hours, events, photos, membership, newsletter, publications and location.
Features displays of early history of the area including Indian artifacts, logging, fishing, cranberry farming and the 1936 fire that destroyed the city. Includes hours, admission, events, membership, volunteer opportunities, gift shop, links and directions. Located in Bandon.
Provides educational activities, museum services, and cultural resource management services in order to encourage understanding of the history and culture of this county in Philomath.
Historical logging museum, with a memorial and displays of equipment and tools. Located in Elsie, OR.
Features the cultural history of the Columbia Gorge through two museums, a summer living history encampment, a theater, interpretive trails, art demonstrations, and lectures. Includes hours, admission, membership details, volunteer opportunities and directions. Located in The Dalles.
Exhibits history of a century of culture and life. Themes range from Native American early settlement to 20th century contemporary cultures and communities. Includes hours, events and photographs. Located in Ontario.
Exhibits focus on the lives of the pioneers who first came to the area of the county in Canyon City.
Exhibits of artifacts of pioneer families within the county. Located in Burns.
Collections of national and local significance dating from the 1840s to the present in Eugene.
Exhibits items representing the lives of early settlers. Consists of the original railroad depot and rail cars, and Moyer House. Provides visitor information. Located in Brownsville.
Offers a glimpse into the history of the area through the stories of the pioneer settlers. Includes hours and location in Sunny Valley, Oregon.
Preserving and interpreting the environmental and human history of the area. Collection of 35,000 items and 10,000 photographs ranges from prehistoric specimens to modern day. Includes hours, admission fees and map location.
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