Articles Tagged with Oregon history

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Every legal researcher needs archived, historic or just plain out of print documents once in a while.

Oregon has you covered. If you’re a crypto or an avowed historian, writer, or any other type of bibliographic spelunker, check out the Oregon Archives Crawl this October 8, 2016:

2016 Oregon Archives Crawl

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From the regulation of midwifery and home birth, to the history of genetic counseling, to the impact of federal Indian policies on Native communities, the history of birth reflects both cultural values and government power….”:

Special Issue: Regulating Birth,Oregon Historical Quarterly: The Journal of Record for Oregon History, Summer 2016, and:

“Special Bonus!

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Portland archivists kick off “Oregon Archives Month with a smorgasbord of Portland-area archives. Join us on Saturday, October 3rd from 11 AM to 3 PM at the Portland Archives and Records Center….” [Link to Portland Area Archives website.]

Visit the celebration’s FAQ to find out more about the October 3rd event.

And don’t forget about your own archiving efforts: Read the OLR blog post on Save that Webpage to the Internet Archive!

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Everyone needs a break from the law – don’t they?  How about a history break?
The Oregon Encyclopedia (The OE), an online resource for Oregon history and culture, continues its History Night series:
“The rich fruits of human effort”: Portland’s 1905 World’s Fair and its Rose Festival Legacy
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