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1765

Another early use of the name, spelled "Ouragon", was in a 1765 petition by Major Robert Rogers to the Kingdom of Great Britain add something

 

Another early use of the name, spelled "Ouragon", was in a 1765 petition by Major Robert Rogers to the Kingdom of Great Britain add something

 

Another early use of the name, spelled "Ouragon", was in a 1765 petition by Major Robert Rogers to the Kingdom of Great Britain add something

 

Another early use of the name, spelled "Ouragon", was in a 1765 petition by Major Robert Rogers to the Kingdom of Great Britain add something

 

Another early use of the name, spelled "Ouragon", was in a 1765 petition by Major Robert Rogers to the Kingdom of Great Britain add something

 

Another early use of the name, spelled "Ouragon", was in a 1765 petition by Major Robert Rogers to the Kingdom of Great Britain add something

 

Another early use of the name, spelled "Ouragon", was in a 1765 petition by Major Robert Rogers to the Kingdom of Great Britain add something

 

Another early use of the name, spelled "Ouragon", was in a 1765 petition by Major Robert Rogers to the Kingdom of Great Britain add something


1778

By 1778, the spelling had shifted to "Oregon" add something

 

By 1778, the spelling had shifted to "Oregon" add something

 

By 1778, the spelling had shifted to "Oregon" add something

 

By 1778, the spelling had shifted to "Oregon" add something

 

By 1778, the spelling had shifted to "Oregon" add something

 

By 1778, the spelling had shifted to "Oregon" add something

 

By 1778, the spelling had shifted to "Oregon" add something

 

By 1778, the spelling had shifted to "Oregon" add something


1792

George Vancouver - In April 1792 he encountered American Captain Robert Gray off the coast of Oregon just prior to Gray's sailing up the Columbia River.


1805

Fort Clatsop in Warrenton features a replica of Lewis and Clark's encampment at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805 add something

 

Fort Clatsop in Warrenton features a replica of Lewis and Clark's encampment at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805 add something

 

Fort Clatsop in Warrenton features a replica of Lewis and Clark's encampment at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805 add something

 

Fort Clatsop in Warrenton features a replica of Lewis and Clark's encampment at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805 add something

 

Fort Clatsop in Warrenton features a replica of Lewis and Clark's encampment at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805 add something

 

Fort Clatsop in Warrenton features a replica of Lewis and Clark's encampment at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805 add something

 

Fort Clatsop in Warrenton features a replica of Lewis and Clark's encampment at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805 add something

 

Fort Clatsop in Warrenton features a replica of Lewis and Clark's encampment at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1805 add something


1811

French Canadian and métis trappers and missionaries arrived in the eastern part of the state in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many having travelled as members of Lewis and Clark and the 1811 Astor expeditions add something

 

French Canadian and métis trappers and missionaries arrived in the eastern part of the state in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many having travelled as members of Lewis and Clark and the 1811 Astor expeditions add something

 

French Canadian and métis trappers and missionaries arrived in the eastern part of the state in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many having travelled as members of Lewis and Clark and the 1811 Astor expeditions add something

 

French Canadian and métis trappers and missionaries arrived in the eastern part of the state in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many having travelled as members of Lewis and Clark and the 1811 Astor expeditions add something

 

French Canadian and métis trappers and missionaries arrived in the eastern part of the state in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many having travelled as members of Lewis and Clark and the 1811 Astor expeditions add something

 

French Canadian and métis trappers and missionaries arrived in the eastern part of the state in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many having travelled as members of Lewis and Clark and the 1811 Astor expeditions add something

 

French Canadian and métis trappers and missionaries arrived in the eastern part of the state in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many having travelled as members of Lewis and Clark and the 1811 Astor expeditions add something

 

French Canadian and métis trappers and missionaries arrived in the eastern part of the state in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many having travelled as members of Lewis and Clark and the 1811 Astor expeditions add something

 

In 1811, while working for the North West Company, Thompson became the first European to navigate the entire Columbia River add something

 

In 1811, while working for the North West Company, Thompson became the first European to navigate the entire Columbia River add something

 

In 1811, while working for the North West Company, Thompson became the first European to navigate the entire Columbia River add something

 

In 1811, while working for the North West Company, Thompson became the first European to navigate the entire Columbia River add something

 

In 1811, while working for the North West Company, Thompson became the first European to navigate the entire Columbia River add something

 

In 1811, while working for the North West Company, Thompson became the first European to navigate the entire Columbia River add something

 

In 1811, while working for the North West Company, Thompson became the first European to navigate the entire Columbia River add something

 

In 1811, while working for the North West Company, Thompson became the first European to navigate the entire Columbia River add something


1812

War of 1812 - In the War of 1812, the British gained control of all Pacific Fur Company posts add something

 

War of 1812 - In the War of 1812, the British gained control of all Pacific Fur Company posts add something

 

War of 1812 - In the War of 1812, the British gained control of all Pacific Fur Company posts add something

 

War of 1812 - In the War of 1812, the British gained control of all Pacific Fur Company posts add something

 

War of 1812 - In the War of 1812, the British gained control of all Pacific Fur Company posts add something

 

War of 1812 - In the War of 1812, the British gained control of all Pacific Fur Company posts add something

 

War of 1812 - In the War of 1812, the British gained control of all Pacific Fur Company posts add something

 

War of 1812 - In the War of 1812, the British gained control of all Pacific Fur Company posts add something


1818

The Treaty of 1818 established joint British and American occupancy of the region west of the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean add something

 

The Treaty of 1818 established joint British and American occupancy of the region west of the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean add something

 

The Treaty of 1818 established joint British and American occupancy of the region west of the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean add something

 

The Treaty of 1818 established joint British and American occupancy of the region west of the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean add something

 

The Treaty of 1818 established joint British and American occupancy of the region west of the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean add something

 

The Treaty of 1818 established joint British and American occupancy of the region west of the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean add something

 

The Treaty of 1818 established joint British and American occupancy of the region west of the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean add something

 

The Treaty of 1818 established joint British and American occupancy of the region west of the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean add something


1820

By the 1820s and 1830s, the Hudson's Bay Company dominated the Pacific Northwest from its Columbia District headquarters at Fort Vancouver add something

 

By the 1820s and 1830s, the Hudson's Bay Company dominated the Pacific Northwest from its Columbia District headquarters at Fort Vancouver add something

 

By the 1820s and 1830s, the Hudson's Bay Company dominated the Pacific Northwest from its Columbia District headquarters at Fort Vancouver add something

 

By the 1820s and 1830s, the Hudson's Bay Company dominated the Pacific Northwest from its Columbia District headquarters at Fort Vancouver add something

 

By the 1820s and 1830s, the Hudson's Bay Company dominated the Pacific Northwest from its Columbia District headquarters at Fort Vancouver add something

 

By the 1820s and 1830s, the Hudson's Bay Company dominated the Pacific Northwest from its Columbia District headquarters at Fort Vancouver add something

 

By the 1820s and 1830s, the Hudson's Bay Company dominated the Pacific Northwest from its Columbia District headquarters at Fort Vancouver add something

 

By the 1820s and 1830s, the Hudson's Bay Company dominated the Pacific Northwest from its Columbia District headquarters at Fort Vancouver add something


1839

A writer in the Oregon Country book "A Pacific Republic", written in 1839, predicted the territory was to become an independent republic add something

 

A writer in the Oregon Country book "A Pacific Republic", written in 1839, predicted the territory was to become an independent republic add something

 

A writer in the Oregon Country book "A Pacific Republic", written in 1839, predicted the territory was to become an independent republic add something

 

A writer in the Oregon Country book "A Pacific Republic", written in 1839, predicted the territory was to become an independent republic add something

 

A writer in the Oregon Country book "A Pacific Republic", written in 1839, predicted the territory was to become an independent republic add something

 

A writer in the Oregon Country book "A Pacific Republic", written in 1839, predicted the territory was to become an independent republic add something

 

A writer in the Oregon Country book "A Pacific Republic", written in 1839, predicted the territory was to become an independent republic add something

 

A writer in the Oregon Country book "A Pacific Republic", written in 1839, predicted the territory was to become an independent republic add something


1841

Also in 1841, Sir George Simpson, governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, reversed the Hudson's Bay Company's long-standing policy of discouraging settlement because it interfered with the lucrative fur trade add something

 

Also in 1841, Sir George Simpson, governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, reversed the Hudson's Bay Company's long-standing policy of discouraging settlement because it interfered with the lucrative fur trade add something

 

Also in 1841, Sir George Simpson, governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, reversed the Hudson's Bay Company's long-standing policy of discouraging settlement because it interfered with the lucrative fur trade add something

 

Also in 1841, Sir George Simpson, governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, reversed the Hudson's Bay Company's long-standing policy of discouraging settlement because it interfered with the lucrative fur trade add something

 

Also in 1841, Sir George Simpson, governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, reversed the Hudson's Bay Company's long-standing policy of discouraging settlement because it interfered with the lucrative fur trade add something

 

Also in 1841, Sir George Simpson, governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, reversed the Hudson's Bay Company's long-standing policy of discouraging settlement because it interfered with the lucrative fur trade add something

 

Also in 1841, Sir George Simpson, governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, reversed the Hudson's Bay Company's long-standing policy of discouraging settlement because it interfered with the lucrative fur trade add something

 

Also in 1841, Sir George Simpson, governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, reversed the Hudson's Bay Company's long-standing policy of discouraging settlement because it interfered with the lucrative fur trade add something

 

In 1841, the expert trapper and entrepreneur Ewing Young died leaving considerable wealth and no apparent heir, and no system to probate his estate add something

 

In 1841, the expert trapper and entrepreneur Ewing Young died leaving considerable wealth and no apparent heir, and no system to probate his estate add something

 

In 1841, the expert trapper and entrepreneur Ewing Young died leaving considerable wealth and no apparent heir, and no system to probate his estate add something

 

In 1841, the expert trapper and entrepreneur Ewing Young died leaving considerable wealth and no apparent heir, and no system to probate his estate add something

 

In 1841, the expert trapper and entrepreneur Ewing Young died leaving considerable wealth and no apparent heir, and no system to probate his estate add something

 

In 1841, the expert trapper and entrepreneur Ewing Young died leaving considerable wealth and no apparent heir, and no system to probate his estate add something

 

In 1841, the expert trapper and entrepreneur Ewing Young died leaving considerable wealth and no apparent heir, and no system to probate his estate add something

 

In 1841, the expert trapper and entrepreneur Ewing Young died leaving considerable wealth and no apparent heir, and no system to probate his estate add something


1842

Babcock chaired two meetings in 1842 at Champoeg, , to discuss wolves and other animals of contemporary concern add something

 

Babcock chaired two meetings in 1842 at Champoeg, , to discuss wolves and other animals of contemporary concern add something

 

Babcock chaired two meetings in 1842 at Champoeg, , to discuss wolves and other animals of contemporary concern add something

 

Babcock chaired two meetings in 1842 at Champoeg, , to discuss wolves and other animals of contemporary concern add something

 

Babcock chaired two meetings in 1842 at Champoeg, , to discuss wolves and other animals of contemporary concern add something

 

Babcock chaired two meetings in 1842 at Champoeg, , to discuss wolves and other animals of contemporary concern add something

 

Babcock chaired two meetings in 1842 at Champoeg, , to discuss wolves and other animals of contemporary concern add something

 

Babcock chaired two meetings in 1842 at Champoeg, , to discuss wolves and other animals of contemporary concern add something


1843

An autonomous government was formed in the Oregon Country in 1843 before the Oregon Territory was created in 1848 add something

 

An autonomous government was formed in the Oregon Country in 1843 before the Oregon Territory was created in 1848 add something

 

An autonomous government was formed in the Oregon Country in 1843 before the Oregon Territory was created in 1848 add something

 

An autonomous government was formed in the Oregon Country in 1843 before the Oregon Territory was created in 1848 add something

 

An autonomous government was formed in the Oregon Country in 1843 before the Oregon Territory was created in 1848 add something

 

An autonomous government was formed in the Oregon Country in 1843 before the Oregon Territory was created in 1848 add something

 

An autonomous government was formed in the Oregon Country in 1843 before the Oregon Territory was created in 1848 add something

 

An autonomous government was formed in the Oregon Country in 1843 before the Oregon Territory was created in 1848 add something

 

Four years later, in 1843, settlers of the Willamette Valley voted in majority for a republic government add something

 

Four years later, in 1843, settlers of the Willamette Valley voted in majority for a republic government add something

 

Four years later, in 1843, settlers of the Willamette Valley voted in majority for a republic government add something

 

Four years later, in 1843, settlers of the Willamette Valley voted in majority for a republic government add something

 

Four years later, in 1843, settlers of the Willamette Valley voted in majority for a republic government add something

 

Four years later, in 1843, settlers of the Willamette Valley voted in majority for a republic government add something

 

Four years later, in 1843, settlers of the Willamette Valley voted in majority for a republic government add something

 

Four years later, in 1843, settlers of the Willamette Valley voted in majority for a republic government add something

 

These meetings were precursors to an all-citizen meeting in 1843, which instituted a provisional government headed by an executive committee made up of David Hill, Alanson Beers, and Joseph Gale add something

 

These meetings were precursors to an all-citizen meeting in 1843, which instituted a provisional government headed by an executive committee made up of David Hill, Alanson Beers, and Joseph Gale add something

 

These meetings were precursors to an all-citizen meeting in 1843, which instituted a provisional government headed by an executive committee made up of David Hill, Alanson Beers, and Joseph Gale add something

 

These meetings were precursors to an all-citizen meeting in 1843, which instituted a provisional government headed by an executive committee made up of David Hill, Alanson Beers, and Joseph Gale add something

 

These meetings were precursors to an all-citizen meeting in 1843, which instituted a provisional government headed by an executive committee made up of David Hill, Alanson Beers, and Joseph Gale add something

 

These meetings were precursors to an all-citizen meeting in 1843, which instituted a provisional government headed by an executive committee made up of David Hill, Alanson Beers, and Joseph Gale add something

 

These meetings were precursors to an all-citizen meeting in 1843, which instituted a provisional government headed by an executive committee made up of David Hill, Alanson Beers, and Joseph Gale add something

 

These meetings were precursors to an all-citizen meeting in 1843, which instituted a provisional government headed by an executive committee made up of David Hill, Alanson Beers, and Joseph Gale add something


1844

In December 1844, Oregon passed its Black Exclusion Law, which prohibited African Americans from entering the territory while simultaneously prohibiting slavery add something

 

In December 1844, Oregon passed its Black Exclusion Law, which prohibited African Americans from entering the territory while simultaneously prohibiting slavery add something

 

In December 1844, Oregon passed its Black Exclusion Law, which prohibited African Americans from entering the territory while simultaneously prohibiting slavery add something

 

In December 1844, Oregon passed its Black Exclusion Law, which prohibited African Americans from entering the territory while simultaneously prohibiting slavery add something

 

In December 1844, Oregon passed its Black Exclusion Law, which prohibited African Americans from entering the territory while simultaneously prohibiting slavery add something

 

In December 1844, Oregon passed its Black Exclusion Law, which prohibited African Americans from entering the territory while simultaneously prohibiting slavery add something

 

In December 1844, Oregon passed its Black Exclusion Law, which prohibited African Americans from entering the territory while simultaneously prohibiting slavery add something

 

In December 1844, Oregon passed its Black Exclusion Law, which prohibited African Americans from entering the territory while simultaneously prohibiting slavery add something


1845

Philip Kearny - He did additional duty on the frontier, accompanying his uncle's unit on an expedition to the South Pass of the Oregon Trail in 1845

 

William Radford - Radford's January 1845 letter to brother-in-law Stephen Kearny predicted California "can never be a very densely populated country" and Oregon "is not a very desirable country" yet "we should and ought by rights to have some possessions on the Pacific"


1846

For some time, it seemed that Britain and the United States would go to war for a third time in 75 years , but the border was defined peacefully in 1846 by the Oregon Treaty add something

 

For some time, it seemed that Britain and the United States would go to war for a third time in 75 years , but the border was defined peacefully in 1846 by the Oregon Treaty add something

 

For some time, it seemed that Britain and the United States would go to war for a third time in 75 years , but the border was defined peacefully in 1846 by the Oregon Treaty add something

 

For some time, it seemed that Britain and the United States would go to war for a third time in 75 years , but the border was defined peacefully in 1846 by the Oregon Treaty add something

 

For some time, it seemed that Britain and the United States would go to war for a third time in 75 years , but the border was defined peacefully in 1846 by the Oregon Treaty add something

 

Robert Toombs - Mexican-American War - He opposed the Mexican-American War, President Polk's Oregon policy, the Walker Tariff of 1846 and the Wilmot Proviso, first introduced in 1846


1847

Roswell Lamson - Born in Burlington, Iowa, Lamson accompanied his natal family as Oregon Trail pioneers of 1847


1848

Oregon City, at the end of the Oregon Trail, was the Oregon Territory's first incorporated city, and was its first capital from 1848 until 1852, when the capital was moved to Salem add something

 

Oregon City, at the end of the Oregon Trail, was the Oregon Territory's first incorporated city, and was its first capital from 1848 until 1852, when the capital was moved to Salem add something

 

Oregon City, at the end of the Oregon Trail, was the Oregon Territory's first incorporated city, and was its first capital from 1848 until 1852, when the capital was moved to Salem add something

 

Oregon City, at the end of the Oregon Trail, was the Oregon Territory's first incorporated city, and was its first capital from 1848 until 1852, when the capital was moved to Salem add something

 

Oregon City, at the end of the Oregon Trail, was the Oregon Territory's first incorporated city, and was its first capital from 1848 until 1852, when the capital was moved to Salem add something

 

The Oregon Country functioned in this way until August 13, 1848, when Oregon was annexed by the United States and a territorial government was established add something

 

The Oregon Country functioned in this way until August 13, 1848, when Oregon was annexed by the United States and a territorial government was established add something

 

The Oregon Country functioned in this way until August 13, 1848, when Oregon was annexed by the United States and a territorial government was established add something

 

The Oregon Country functioned in this way until August 13, 1848, when Oregon was annexed by the United States and a territorial government was established add something

 

The Oregon Country functioned in this way until August 13, 1848, when Oregon was annexed by the United States and a territorial government was established add something

 

The Oregon Territory was officially organized on August 13, 1848 add something

 

The Oregon Territory was officially organized on August 13, 1848 add something

 

The Oregon Territory was officially organized on August 13, 1848 add something

 

The Oregon Territory was officially organized on August 13, 1848 add something

 

The Oregon Territory was officially organized on August 13, 1848 add something


1849

Rufus Ingalls - Promoted to the rank of captain, he was assigned to duty in the Oregon Territory in 1849, and to Fort Vancouver in 1852, along with Ulysses Grant


1850

Settlement increased with the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850 and the forced relocation of the native population to Indian reservations in Oregon add something

 

Settlement increased with the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850 and the forced relocation of the native population to Indian reservations in Oregon add something

 

Settlement increased with the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850 and the forced relocation of the native population to Indian reservations in Oregon add something

 

Settlement increased with the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850 and the forced relocation of the native population to Indian reservations in Oregon add something

 

Settlement increased with the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850 and the forced relocation of the native population to Indian reservations in Oregon add something


1851

Philip Kearny - In 1851, he was a member of a unit that saw action against the Rogue River Native American tribe in Oregon


1853

George Henry Williams - In 1853, Williams was appointed Chief Justice of the Oregon Territory by President Franklin Pierce


1855

John F. Reynolds - Utah War - He was next sent west to Fort Orford, Oregon, in 1855, and participated in the Rogue River Wars of 1856 and the Utah War with the Mormons in 1857-58


1857

Edward Dickinson Baker - He had become interested in Oregon politics in 1857, when Dr. Anson Henry, a friend from Springfield, Illinois who had moved to Oregon, told Baker he could win the Senate election there

 

George Henry Williams - In 1857, at the Oregon Constitutional Convention, Williams urged that slavery be made illegal in Oregon as a requirement for statehood

 

George Henry Williams - In 1857, he was a member of the Oregon Constitutional Convention held before the establishment of Oregon as a U.S. state


1859

Oregon became a state on February 14, 1859, and is home to over 4 million residents add something

 

Oregon became a state on February 14, 1859, and is home to over 4 million residents add something

 

Oregon became a state on February 14, 1859, and is home to over 4 million residents add something

 

Oregon became a state on February 14, 1859, and is home to over 4 million residents add something

 

Oregon became a state on February 14, 1859, and is home to over 4 million residents add something

 

Oregon became the 33rd state on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Oregon became the 33rd state on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Oregon became the 33rd state on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Oregon became the 33rd state on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Oregon became the 33rd state on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Oregon maintained a territorial government until February 14, 1859, when it was granted statehood add something

 

Oregon maintained a territorial government until February 14, 1859, when it was granted statehood add something

 

Oregon maintained a territorial government until February 14, 1859, when it was granted statehood add something

 

Oregon maintained a territorial government until February 14, 1859, when it was granted statehood add something

 

Oregon maintained a territorial government until February 14, 1859, when it was granted statehood add something

 

Oregon was admitted to the Union on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Oregon was admitted to the Union on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Oregon was admitted to the Union on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Oregon was admitted to the Union on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Oregon was admitted to the Union on February 14, 1859 add something

 

Edward Dickinson Baker - After statehood was achieved on February 14, 1859, Oregon Republicans asked Baker to come to their state to run for the Senate and counter the Democratic strength there


1860

Edward Dickinson Baker - The Oregon legislature met in Salem in September 1860 to elect two men to the Senate


1862

George Henry Williams - Williams attended the Oregon Union convention of 1862, having opposed slavery, and was the Chairman of the Election Committee


1865

The First Oregon Cavalry served until June 1865 add something

 

The First Oregon Cavalry served until June 1865 add something

 

The First Oregon Cavalry served until June 1865 add something

 

The First Oregon Cavalry served until June 1865 add something

 

The First Oregon Cavalry served until June 1865 add something


1866

Roswell Lamson - He resigned from the Navy in 1866 and returned to Oregon, where he was appointed to be clerk of U.S. Customs


1867

George Crook - While campaigning in Eastern Oregon during the winter of 1867, Crook's scouts located a Paiute village near the eastern edge of Steens Mountain


1869

One of the court's meeting places is at the Pioneer Courthouse in downtown Portland, a National Historic Landmark built in 1869 add something

 

One of the court's meeting places is at the Pioneer Courthouse in downtown Portland, a National Historic Landmark built in 1869 add something

 

One of the court's meeting places is at the Pioneer Courthouse in downtown Portland, a National Historic Landmark built in 1869 add something

 

One of the court's meeting places is at the Pioneer Courthouse in downtown Portland, a National Historic Landmark built in 1869 add something

 

One of the court's meeting places is at the Pioneer Courthouse in downtown Portland, a National Historic Landmark built in 1869 add something


1874

Homer Davenport - His father was one of the founders of the Republican Party in Oregon and served as an Oregon state representative, senator, and Indian agent, and ran unsuccessfully for U.S. Congress in 1874


1876

George Henry Williams - After the 1876 U.S. Presidential election, Williams returned to his Portland, Oregon private law practice


1877

Oliver P. Morton - In 1877, Morton was named to lead a committee to investigate charges of bribery made against La Fayette Grover, a newly elected senator from Oregon


1878

Charles L. McNary - When McNary's mother died in 1878, his father moved the family to Salem, Oregon where he bought a general merchandise store after being unable to run the family farm because of declining health


1880

Beginning in the 1880s, the growth of railroads expanded the state's lumber, wheat, and other agricultural markets, and the rapid growth of its cities add something

 

Beginning in the 1880s, the growth of railroads expanded the state's lumber, wheat, and other agricultural markets, and the rapid growth of its cities add something

 

Beginning in the 1880s, the growth of railroads expanded the state's lumber, wheat, and other agricultural markets, and the rapid growth of its cities add something

 

Beginning in the 1880s, the growth of railroads expanded the state's lumber, wheat, and other agricultural markets, and the rapid growth of its cities add something

 

Beginning in the 1880s, the growth of railroads expanded the state's lumber, wheat, and other agricultural markets, and the rapid growth of its cities add something


1888

Charles L. McNary - He met Herbert Hoover, a future U.S. president, who moved to Salem, Oregon in 1888


1890

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something

 

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something

 

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something

 

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something

 

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something

 

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something

 

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something

 

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something

 

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something

 

Congressional apportionment increased the size of the delegation following the censuses of 1890, 1910, 1940, and 1980 add something


1891

George Fox - George Fox University in Oregon, founded as Pacific College in 1891, was renamed for him in 1949


1897

Charles L. McNary - He left Stanford and returned to Oregon in 1897 after his family asked him to come home


1898

Charles L. McNary - Back in Salem, Oregon , he read law under the supervision of his brother John and Samuel L. Hayden, and passed the bar in 1898

 

Oregon's highest recorded temperature is at Pendleton on August 10, 1898, and the lowest recorded temperature is at Seneca on February 10, 1933 add something

 

Oregon's highest recorded temperature is at Pendleton on August 10, 1898, and the lowest recorded temperature is at Seneca on February 10, 1933 add something

 

Oregon's highest recorded temperature is at Pendleton on August 10, 1898, and the lowest recorded temperature is at Seneca on February 10, 1933 add something

 

Oregon's highest recorded temperature is at Pendleton on August 10, 1898, and the lowest recorded temperature is at Seneca on February 10, 1933 add something

 

Oregon's highest recorded temperature is at Pendleton on August 10, 1898, and the lowest recorded temperature is at Seneca on February 10, 1933 add something


1900

Portland in particular experienced a population boom between 1900 and 1930, tripling in size; the arrival of World War II provided the northwest region of the state with an industrial boom, where Liberty ships and aircraft carriers were constructed add something

 

Portland in particular experienced a population boom between 1900 and 1930, tripling in size; the arrival of World War II provided the northwest region of the state with an industrial boom, where Liberty ships and aircraft carriers were constructed add something

 

Portland in particular experienced a population boom between 1900 and 1930, tripling in size; the arrival of World War II provided the northwest region of the state with an industrial boom, where Liberty ships and aircraft carriers were constructed add something

 

Portland in particular experienced a population boom between 1900 and 1930, tripling in size; the arrival of World War II provided the northwest region of the state with an industrial boom, where Liberty ships and aircraft carriers were constructed add something

 

Portland in particular experienced a population boom between 1900 and 1930, tripling in size; the arrival of World War II provided the northwest region of the state with an industrial boom, where Liberty ships and aircraft carriers were constructed add something


1902

In 1902, Oregon introduced direct legislation by the state's citizens through initiatives and referenda, known as the Oregon System add something

 

In 1902, Oregon introduced direct legislation by the state's citizens through initiatives and referenda, known as the Oregon System add something

 

In 1902, Oregon introduced direct legislation by the state's citizens through initiatives and referenda, known as the Oregon System add something

 

In 1902, Oregon introduced direct legislation by the state's citizens through initiatives and referenda, known as the Oregon System add something

 

In 1902, Oregon introduced direct legislation by the state's citizens through initiatives and referenda, known as the Oregon System add something

 

Under his leadership, the state overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure in 1902 that created the initiative and referendum for citizens to introduce or approve proposed laws or amendments to the state constitution directly, making Oregon the first state to adopt such a system add something

 

Under his leadership, the state overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure in 1902 that created the initiative and referendum for citizens to introduce or approve proposed laws or amendments to the state constitution directly, making Oregon the first state to adopt such a system add something

 

Under his leadership, the state overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure in 1902 that created the initiative and referendum for citizens to introduce or approve proposed laws or amendments to the state constitution directly, making Oregon the first state to adopt such a system add something

 

Under his leadership, the state overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure in 1902 that created the initiative and referendum for citizens to introduce or approve proposed laws or amendments to the state constitution directly, making Oregon the first state to adopt such a system add something

 

Under his leadership, the state overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure in 1902 that created the initiative and referendum for citizens to introduce or approve proposed laws or amendments to the state constitution directly, making Oregon the first state to adopt such a system add something

 

George Henry Williams - Williams returned to Oregon, resumed private law practice, and was elected Portland, Oregon 's mayor having served two terms from 1902 to 1905

 

George Henry Williams - Williams was elected Portland, Oregon 's mayor serving from 1902 to 1905

 

Charles L. McNary - On November 19, 1902, he married Breyman, the daughter of successful Salem, Oregon businessman Eugene Breyman


1903

Roswell Lamson - Lamson died in Portland, Oregon, Oregon, on 14 August 1903, and is buried at the River View Cemetery there


1904

In following years, the primary election to select party candidates was adopted in 1904, and in 1908 the Oregon Constitution was amended to include recall of public officials add something

 

In following years, the primary election to select party candidates was adopted in 1904, and in 1908 the Oregon Constitution was amended to include recall of public officials add something

 

In following years, the primary election to select party candidates was adopted in 1904, and in 1908 the Oregon Constitution was amended to include recall of public officials add something

 

In following years, the primary election to select party candidates was adopted in 1904, and in 1908 the Oregon Constitution was amended to include recall of public officials add something

 

In following years, the primary election to select party candidates was adopted in 1904, and in 1908 the Oregon Constitution was amended to include recall of public officials add something

 

Joaquin Miller explained in "Sunset" magazine, in 1904, how Oregon's name was derived: add something

 

Joaquin Miller explained in "Sunset" magazine, in 1904, how Oregon's name was derived: add something

 

Joaquin Miller explained in "Sunset" magazine, in 1904, how Oregon's name was derived: add something

 

Joaquin Miller explained in "Sunset" magazine, in 1904, how Oregon's name was derived: add something

 

Joaquin Miller explained in "Sunset" magazine, in 1904, how Oregon's name was derived: add something

 

Charles L. McNary - In 1904 he managed his brother John's successful campaign to be district attorney for the third judicial district of Oregon


1905

George Henry Williams - The Lewiston Daily Sun , "Portland, Oregon Mayor Indicted" Williams was charged for not closing down gambling facilities on July 13, 1904 that operated within four miles of Portland, Oregon


1908

Carl Barks - In 1908, William Barks moved with his family to Midland, Oregon, some miles north of Merrill, to be closer to the new railway lines


1909

Charles L. McNary - From 1909 to 1911 he served as president of the Salem, Oregon Board of Trade, and in 1909 helped to organize the Salem, Oregon Fruit Union, an agricultural association


1910

George Henry Williams - Williams died April 4, 1910, in Portland, Oregon and is buried at River View Cemetery in that city


1913

Oregon Shakespeare Festival - In Southern Oregon, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, held in Ashland, is a tourist draw, as is the Oregon Vortex and the Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site, a historic inn where Jack London wrote his 1913 novel "Valley of the Moon" add something

 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival - In Southern Oregon, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, held in Ashland, is a tourist draw, as is the Oregon Vortex and the Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site, a historic inn where Jack London wrote his 1913 novel "Valley of the Moon" add something

 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival - In Southern Oregon, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, held in Ashland, is a tourist draw, as is the Oregon Vortex and the Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site, a historic inn where Jack London wrote his 1913 novel "Valley of the Moon" add something

 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival - In Southern Oregon, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, held in Ashland, is a tourist draw, as is the Oregon Vortex and the Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site, a historic inn where Jack London wrote his 1913 novel "Valley of the Moon" add something

 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival - In Southern Oregon, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, held in Ashland, is a tourist draw, as is the Oregon Vortex and the Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site, a historic inn where Jack London wrote his 1913 novel "Valley of the Moon" add something

 

Charles L. McNary - In 1913 West appointed McNary to the Oregon Supreme Court to fill a new position created by the legislature's expansion of the court from five justices to seven

 

Charles L. McNary - McNary was a justice of the Oregon Supreme Court from 1913 to 1915 and was dean of Willamette University College of Law, in his hometown of Salem, Oregon , from 1908 to 1913


1914

According to 1914 data, Australia was the single largest purchaser of the state's lumber add something

 

According to 1914 data, Australia was the single largest purchaser of the state's lumber add something

 

According to 1914 data, Australia was the single largest purchaser of the state's lumber add something

 

According to 1914 data, Australia was the single largest purchaser of the state's lumber add something

 

According to 1914 data, Australia was the single largest purchaser of the state's lumber add something

 

Charles L. McNary - In 1914, the court moved into the new Oregon Supreme Court Building and McNary filed to run for a full-six year term on the bench


1915

Carl Panzram - On June 1, 1915, Panzram burgled a house in Astoria, Oregon and was arrested soon after while attempting to sell some of the stolen items


1917

Charles L. McNary - When U.S. Senator Harry Lane died in office on May 23, 1917, it created an opportunity for McNary to redeem himself after his failed bid for election to the Oregon Supreme Court


1918

Charles L. McNary - He faced Speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives Robert N. Stanfield in the May 1918 Republican primary

 

Charles L. McNary - Jessie died on July 3, 1918, in an automobile accident south of Newberg, Oregon on her way home to Salem, Oregon


1920

Charles L. McNary - In 1920, former adversary Stanfield defeated incumbent Democrat George Earle Chamberlain for Oregon's other Senate seat, making McNary the state's senior Senator

 

Carl Panzram - With the death of the Oregon prison warden, Panzram was involved in at least one murder, as an accessory before the fact, prior to 1920


1926

Ginger Rogers - For many years, Rogers regularly supported, and held in-person presentations, at the Craterian Theater, in Medford, Oregon, where she had performed in 1926 as a vaudevillian

 

Ginger Rogers - She entered and won a Charleston dance contest which allowed her to tour for six months, at one point in 1926 performing at an 18-month-old theater called "The Craterian" in Medford, Oregon


1930

Gray wolves were extirpated from Oregon around 1930 but have since found their way back; most of them reside in northeast Oregon, but there are now two packs living in the south-central part of the state add something

 

Gray wolves were extirpated from Oregon around 1930 but have since found their way back; most of them reside in northeast Oregon, but there are now two packs living in the south-central part of the state add something

 

Gray wolves were extirpated from Oregon around 1930 but have since found their way back; most of them reside in northeast Oregon, but there are now two packs living in the south-central part of the state add something

 

Gray wolves were extirpated from Oregon around 1930 but have since found their way back; most of them reside in northeast Oregon, but there are now two packs living in the south-central part of the state add something

 

Gray wolves were extirpated from Oregon around 1930 but have since found their way back; most of them reside in northeast Oregon, but there are now two packs living in the south-central part of the state add something


1931

Smedley Butler - In May 1931, he took part in a commission established by Oregon Governor Julius L. Meier


1935

Emilio Pucci - In 1935 he won a skiing scholarship to Reed College in Oregon, received an MA in social science from Reed in 1937, and was awarded his doctorate in political science from the University of Florence the same year


1942

L. Ron Hubbard - He briefly commanded two anti-submarine vessels, the USS "YP-422" and USS "PC-815", in coastal waters off Massachusetts, Oregon and California in 1942 and 1943 respectively

 

Douglas Engelbart - He graduated from Portland,_Oregon's Franklin High School in 1942


1943

L. Ron Hubbard - After Hubbard reported that the "PC-815" had attacked and crippled or sunk two Japanese submarines off Oregon in May 1943, his claim was rejected by the commander of the Northwest Sea Frontier


1944

Another account, endorsed as the "most plausible explanation" in the book "Oregon Geographic Names", was advanced by George R. Stewart in a 1944 article in "American Speech" add something

 

Another account, endorsed as the "most plausible explanation" in the book "Oregon Geographic Names", was advanced by George R. Stewart in a 1944 article in "American Speech" add something

 

Another account, endorsed as the "most plausible explanation" in the book "Oregon Geographic Names", was advanced by George R. Stewart in a 1944 article in "American Speech" add something

 

Another account, endorsed as the "most plausible explanation" in the book "Oregon Geographic Names", was advanced by George R. Stewart in a 1944 article in "American Speech" add something

 

Another account, endorsed as the "most plausible explanation" in the book "Oregon Geographic Names", was advanced by George R. Stewart in a 1944 article in "American Speech" add something

 

Charles L. McNary - Charles L. McNary died February 25, 1944, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and was buried in Belcrest Memorial Cemetery in Salem, Oregon


1945

Mark Tobey - In 1945, Tobey gave a solo exhibition at the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

 

On May 5, 1945, six people were killed by a Japanese bomb that exploded on Gearhart Mountain near Bly add something

 

On May 5, 1945, six people were killed by a Japanese bomb that exploded on Gearhart Mountain near Bly add something

 

On May 5, 1945, six people were killed by a Japanese bomb that exploded on Gearhart Mountain near Bly add something

 

On May 5, 1945, six people were killed by a Japanese bomb that exploded on Gearhart Mountain near Bly add something

 

On May 5, 1945, six people were killed by a Japanese bomb that exploded on Gearhart Mountain near Bly add something


1948

Douglas Engelbart - He returned to Oregon State and completed his Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1948


1952

Emery Barnes - Born in Louisiana and raised in Oregon, Barnes was a gifted athlete, and was an alternate hi-jumper for the 1952 US Olympic Track and Field team


1956

Ted Stevens - By the time he arrived in June 1956, McKay had resigned in order to run for the U.S. Senate from his home state of Oregon and Fred Andrew Seaton had been appointed to replace him


1958

Ursula K. Le Guin - Le Guin has lived in Portland, Oregon , Oregon since 1958


1960

Moose have not always inhabited the state but came to Oregon in the 1960s; the Wallowa Valley herd numbered about 60 add something

 

Moose have not always inhabited the state but came to Oregon in the 1960s; the Wallowa Valley herd numbered about 60 add something

 

Moose have not always inhabited the state but came to Oregon in the 1960s; the Wallowa Valley herd numbered about 60 add something

 

Moose have not always inhabited the state but came to Oregon in the 1960s; the Wallowa Valley herd numbered about 60 add something

 

Moose have not always inhabited the state but came to Oregon in the 1960s; the Wallowa Valley herd numbered about 60 add something


1966

Earl Blumenauer - In 1966, he graduated from Centennial High School on the eastside of Portland, Oregon and enrolled at Lewis & Clark College in the southwest part of the city.


1969

Peter DeFazio - He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tufts University in 1969 and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Oregon in 1977.

 

Earl Blumenauer - In 1969-70, Blumenauer organized and led Oregon's "Go 19" campaign, an effort to lower the state voting age.


1970

During the 1970s, the Pacific Northwest was particularly affected by the 1973 oil crisis, with Oregon suffering a substantial shortage add something

 

During the 1970s, the Pacific Northwest was particularly affected by the 1973 oil crisis, with Oregon suffering a substantial shortage add something

 

During the 1970s, the Pacific Northwest was particularly affected by the 1973 oil crisis, with Oregon suffering a substantial shortage add something

 

During the 1970s, the Pacific Northwest was particularly affected by the 1973 oil crisis, with Oregon suffering a substantial shortage add something

 

During the 1970s, the Pacific Northwest was particularly affected by the 1973 oil crisis, with Oregon suffering a substantial shortage add something

 

From the 1970s to the 1990s, the Blazers were one of the most successful teams in the NBA in terms of both win-loss record and attendance add something

 

From the 1970s to the 1990s, the Blazers were one of the most successful teams in the NBA in terms of both win-loss record and attendance add something

 

From the 1970s to the 1990s, the Blazers were one of the most successful teams in the NBA in terms of both win-loss record and attendance add something

 

From the 1970s to the 1990s, the Blazers were one of the most successful teams in the NBA in terms of both win-loss record and attendance add something

 

From the 1970s to the 1990s, the Blazers were one of the most successful teams in the NBA in terms of both win-loss record and attendance add something

 

High technology industries located in Silicon Forest have been a major employer since the 1970s add something

 

High technology industries located in Silicon Forest have been a major employer since the 1970s add something

 

High technology industries located in Silicon Forest have been a major employer since the 1970s add something

 

High technology industries located in Silicon Forest have been a major employer since the 1970s add something

 

High technology industries located in Silicon Forest have been a major employer since the 1970s add something

 

Technology is another one of Oregon's major economic forces, beginning in the 1970s with the establishment of the Silicon Forest and the expansion of Tektronix and Intel add something

 

Technology is another one of Oregon's major economic forces, beginning in the 1970s with the establishment of the Silicon Forest and the expansion of Tektronix and Intel add something

 

Technology is another one of Oregon's major economic forces, beginning in the 1970s with the establishment of the Silicon Forest and the expansion of Tektronix and Intel add something

 

Technology is another one of Oregon's major economic forces, beginning in the 1970s with the establishment of the Silicon Forest and the expansion of Tektronix and Intel add something

 

Technology is another one of Oregon's major economic forces, beginning in the 1970s with the establishment of the Silicon Forest and the expansion of Tektronix and Intel add something

 

While the history of the wine production in Oregon can be traced to before Prohibition, it became a significant industry beginning in the 1970s add something

 

While the history of the wine production in Oregon can be traced to before Prohibition, it became a significant industry beginning in the 1970s add something

 

While the history of the wine production in Oregon can be traced to before Prohibition, it became a significant industry beginning in the 1970s add something

 

While the history of the wine production in Oregon can be traced to before Prohibition, it became a significant industry beginning in the 1970s add something

 

While the history of the wine production in Oregon can be traced to before Prohibition, it became a significant industry beginning in the 1970s add something

 

Earl Blumenauer - Starting before law school in 1970 and continuing until 1977, he worked as an assistant to the president of Portland, Oregon State University.


1972

Earl Blumenauer - In 1972, he was elected to the Oregon House of Representatives as a Democrat representing District 11 in Multnomah County.


1974

Intel has been a top employer in Oregon since 1974 add something

 

Intel has been a top employer in Oregon since 1974 add something

 

Intel has been a top employer in Oregon since 1974 add something

 

Intel has been a top employer in Oregon since 1974 add something

 

Intel has been a top employer in Oregon since 1974 add something

 

Earl Blumenauer - He won re-election in 1974 and 1976, and continued representing Portland, Oregon and Multnomah County until the 1979 legislative session.


1975

Vic Snyder - Snyder earned a degree in Chemistry in 1975 from Willamette and earned his medical degree from the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center in Portland, Oregon , Oregon in 1979


1979

Since the enactment of the law in 1979, refunds have been issued for seven of the eleven biennia add something

 

Since the enactment of the law in 1979, refunds have been issued for seven of the eleven biennia add something

 

Since the enactment of the law in 1979, refunds have been issued for seven of the eleven biennia add something

 

Since the enactment of the law in 1979, refunds have been issued for seven of the eleven biennia add something

 

Since the enactment of the law in 1979, refunds have been issued for seven of the eleven biennia add something

 

Earl Blumenauer - Following his time in the Oregon Legislature, he served on the Multnomah County Commission from 1979 to 1987.


1980

Since the 1980 census, Oregon has had five congressional districts add something

 

Since the 1980 census, Oregon has had five congressional districts add something

 

Since the 1980 census, Oregon has had five congressional districts add something

 

Since the 1980 census, Oregon has had five congressional districts add something

 

Since the 1980 census, Oregon has had five congressional districts add something

 

Tektronix was the largest private employer in Oregon until the late 1980s add something

 

Tektronix was the largest private employer in Oregon until the late 1980s add something

 

Tektronix was the largest private employer in Oregon until the late 1980s add something

 

Tektronix was the largest private employer in Oregon until the late 1980s add something

 

Tektronix was the largest private employer in Oregon until the late 1980s add something

 

Washington's Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, an event visible from northern Oregon and affecting some areas there add something

 

Washington's Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, an event visible from northern Oregon and affecting some areas there add something

 

Washington's Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, an event visible from northern Oregon and affecting some areas there add something

 

Washington's Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, an event visible from northern Oregon and affecting some areas there add something

 

Washington's Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, an event visible from northern Oregon and affecting some areas there add something


1981

Oregon pioneered the American use of postal voting, beginning with experimentation approved by the Oregon Legislative Assembly in 1981 and culminating with a 1998 ballot measure mandating that all counties conduct elections by mail add something

 

Oregon pioneered the American use of postal voting, beginning with experimentation approved by the Oregon Legislative Assembly in 1981 and culminating with a 1998 ballot measure mandating that all counties conduct elections by mail add something

 

Oregon pioneered the American use of postal voting, beginning with experimentation approved by the Oregon Legislative Assembly in 1981 and culminating with a 1998 ballot measure mandating that all counties conduct elections by mail add something

 

Oregon pioneered the American use of postal voting, beginning with experimentation approved by the Oregon Legislative Assembly in 1981 and culminating with a 1998 ballot measure mandating that all counties conduct elections by mail add something

 

Oregon pioneered the American use of postal voting, beginning with experimentation approved by the Oregon Legislative Assembly in 1981 and culminating with a 1998 ballot measure mandating that all counties conduct elections by mail add something

 

Earl Blumenauer - He lost a race for Portland, Oregon City Council to Margaret Strachan in 1981.

 

Greg Walden - Walden earned a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Oregon in 1981.


1982

Dorothea Puente - She was convicted of three charges of theft on August 18, 1982, and sentenced to five years in jail, where she began corresponding with a 77-year-old retiree living in Oregon, named Everson Gillmouth


1986

Oregon voters have elected Democratic governors in every election since 1986, most recently electing Kate Brown over Republican Bud Pierce in a 2016 special election add something

 

Oregon voters have elected Democratic governors in every election since 1986, most recently electing Kate Brown over Republican Bud Pierce in a 2016 special election add something

 

Oregon voters have elected Democratic governors in every election since 1986, most recently electing Kate Brown over Republican Bud Pierce in a 2016 special election add something

 

Oregon voters have elected Democratic governors in every election since 1986, most recently electing Kate Brown over Republican Bud Pierce in a 2016 special election add something

 

Oregon voters have elected Democratic governors in every election since 1986, most recently electing Kate Brown over Republican Bud Pierce in a 2016 special election add something

 

Peter DeFazio - Fazio ran for Oregon's 4th congressional district, vacated by retiring incumbent Democrat Jim Weaver.

 

Leroy Vinnegar - He moved to Portland, Oregon , Oregon in 1986


1987

Earl Blumenauer - In 1987, he was elected to the Portland, Oregon City Council and named Commissioner of Public Works, a post he held until 1996.


1988

Elevation adjusted to North American Vertical Datum of 1988 add something

 

Elevation adjusted to North American Vertical Datum of 1988 add something

 

Elevation adjusted to North American Vertical Datum of 1988 add something

 

Elevation adjusted to North American Vertical Datum of 1988 add something

 

Elevation adjusted to North American Vertical Datum of 1988 add something

 

Oregonians have voted for the Democratic presidential candidate in every election since 1988 add something

 

Oregonians have voted for the Democratic presidential candidate in every election since 1988 add something

 

Oregonians have voted for the Democratic presidential candidate in every election since 1988 add something

 

Oregonians have voted for the Democratic presidential candidate in every election since 1988 add something

 

Oregonians have voted for the Democratic presidential candidate in every election since 1988 add something

 

Greg Walden - He was elected to the Oregon House of Representatives in 1988 and served in the House until 1995, when he was appointed to the Oregon State Senate to fill a vacancy.


1990

During much of the 1990s, a group of conservative Christians formed the Oregon Citizens Alliance, and unsuccessfully tried to pass legislation to prevent "gay sensitivity training" in public schools and legal benefits for homosexual couples add something

 

During much of the 1990s, a group of conservative Christians formed the Oregon Citizens Alliance, and unsuccessfully tried to pass legislation to prevent "gay sensitivity training" in public schools and legal benefits for homosexual couples add something

 

During much of the 1990s, a group of conservative Christians formed the Oregon Citizens Alliance, and unsuccessfully tried to pass legislation to prevent "gay sensitivity training" in public schools and legal benefits for homosexual couples add something

 

During much of the 1990s, a group of conservative Christians formed the Oregon Citizens Alliance, and unsuccessfully tried to pass legislation to prevent "gay sensitivity training" in public schools and legal benefits for homosexual couples add something

 

During much of the 1990s, a group of conservative Christians formed the Oregon Citizens Alliance, and unsuccessfully tried to pass legislation to prevent "gay sensitivity training" in public schools and legal benefits for homosexual couples add something

 

Especially since the 1990 passage of Measure 5, which set limits on property tax levels, Oregon has struggled to fund higher education add something

 

Especially since the 1990 passage of Measure 5, which set limits on property tax levels, Oregon has struggled to fund higher education add something

 

Especially since the 1990 passage of Measure 5, which set limits on property tax levels, Oregon has struggled to fund higher education add something

 

Especially since the 1990 passage of Measure 5, which set limits on property tax levels, Oregon has struggled to fund higher education add something

 

Especially since the 1990 passage of Measure 5, which set limits on property tax levels, Oregon has struggled to fund higher education add something

 

Federal payments to county governments that were granted to replace timber revenue when logging in National Forests was restricted in the 1990s, have been under threat of suspension for several years add something

 

Federal payments to county governments that were granted to replace timber revenue when logging in National Forests was restricted in the 1990s, have been under threat of suspension for several years add something

 

Federal payments to county governments that were granted to replace timber revenue when logging in National Forests was restricted in the 1990s, have been under threat of suspension for several years add something

 

Federal payments to county governments that were granted to replace timber revenue when logging in National Forests was restricted in the 1990s, have been under threat of suspension for several years add something

 

Federal payments to county governments that were granted to replace timber revenue when logging in National Forests was restricted in the 1990s, have been under threat of suspension for several years add something

 

Since the late 1990s, Oregon has been represented by four Democrats and one Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives add something

 

Since the late 1990s, Oregon has been represented by four Democrats and one Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives add something

 

Since the late 1990s, Oregon has been represented by four Democrats and one Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives add something

 

Since the late 1990s, Oregon has been represented by four Democrats and one Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives add something

 

Since the late 1990s, Oregon has been represented by four Democrats and one Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives add something

 

Earl Blumenauer - During his time on the city council Oregon Governor Neil Goldschmidt appointed him to the commission on higher education, serving in 1990 and 1991.

 

Carroll Baker - In 1990, she played a villainess in the Arnold Schwarzenegger film "Kindergarten Cop", which she filmed in Oregon, and later appeared in a supporting role alongside Michael Douglas in David Fincher's acclaimed 1997 thriller "The Game"

 

Ginger Rogers - Rogers remained at the 4-Rs until 1990, when she sold the property and moved to nearby Medford, Oregon


1993

Charles L. McNary - At the time of his death, McNary held the record for longest-serving senator from Oregon, a record he kept until 1993 when Mark O. Hatfield surpassed his mark of 9,726 days in office


1994

In 1994, Oregon adopted the Oregon Health Plan, which made health care available to most of its citizens without private health insurance add something

 

In 1994, Oregon adopted the Oregon Health Plan, which made health care available to most of its citizens without private health insurance add something

 

In 1994, Oregon adopted the Oregon Health Plan, which made health care available to most of its citizens without private health insurance add something

 

In 1994, Oregon adopted the Oregon Health Plan, which made health care available to most of its citizens without private health insurance add something

 

In 1994, Oregon adopted the Oregon Health Plan, which made health care available to most of its citizens without private health insurance add something

 

In 1994, Oregon became the first U.S. state to legalize physician-assisted suicide through the Oregon Death with Dignity Act add something

 

In 1994, Oregon became the first U.S. state to legalize physician-assisted suicide through the Oregon Death with Dignity Act add something

 

In 1994, Oregon became the first U.S. state to legalize physician-assisted suicide through the Oregon Death with Dignity Act add something

 

In 1994, Oregon became the first U.S. state to legalize physician-assisted suicide through the Oregon Death with Dignity Act add something

 

In 1994, Oregon became the first U.S. state to legalize physician-assisted suicide through the Oregon Death with Dignity Act add something

 

Kurt Schrader - Schrader ran for the Oregon House of Representatives in 1994, where he lost to Republican Jerry Grisham in the general election by 38 votes.

 

Greg Walden - Walden rose to the position of assistant majority leader in the Senate and was considering a bid for Oregon Governor in 1994.


1996

Kurt Schrader - After winning his first election in 1996, Schrader served four terms in the Oregon House of Representatives.

 

Elliott Smith - In 1996, Smith was tapped by director and fellow Portland, Oregon resident Gus Van Sant to be a part of the soundtrack to his film, "Good Will Hunting"


1999

Leroy Vinnegar - Vinnegar died from a heart attack, at the age of 71, on August 3, 1999, in a hospital in Portland, Oregon


2000

In 2000, Ballot Measure 86 converted the "kicker" law from statute to the Oregon Constitution, and changed some of its provisions add something

 

In 2000, Ballot Measure 86 converted the "kicker" law from statute to the Oregon Constitution, and changed some of its provisions add something

 

In 2000, Ballot Measure 86 converted the "kicker" law from statute to the Oregon Constitution, and changed some of its provisions add something

 

In 2000, Ballot Measure 86 converted the "kicker" law from statute to the Oregon Constitution, and changed some of its provisions add something

 

In 2000, Ballot Measure 86 converted the "kicker" law from statute to the Oregon Constitution, and changed some of its provisions add something

 

The eastern two-thirds of the state beyond the Cascade Mountains typically votes Republican; in 2000 and 2004, George W. Bush carried every county east of the Cascades add something

 

The eastern two-thirds of the state beyond the Cascade Mountains typically votes Republican; in 2000 and 2004, George W. Bush carried every county east of the Cascades add something

 

The eastern two-thirds of the state beyond the Cascade Mountains typically votes Republican; in 2000 and 2004, George W. Bush carried every county east of the Cascades add something

 

The eastern two-thirds of the state beyond the Cascade Mountains typically votes Republican; in 2000 and 2004, George W. Bush carried every county east of the Cascades add something

 

The eastern two-thirds of the state beyond the Cascade Mountains typically votes Republican; in 2000 and 2004, George W. Bush carried every county east of the Cascades add something

 

Raymond Carver - In Carver's birth town of Clatskanie, Oregon a memorial park and statue were constructed in the late 2000s spearheaded by the local Friends of the Library, using mostly local donations

 

Carl Barks - Still living in a new home in Grants Pass, Oregon which he and Garé had built next door to their original home, Barks died in 2000 at the age of 99, seven years after Garé had died


2001

The recession and dot-com bust of 2001 hit the region hard; many high technology employers reduced the number of their employees or went out of business add something

 

The recession and dot-com bust of 2001 hit the region hard; many high technology employers reduced the number of their employees or went out of business add something

 

The recession and dot-com bust of 2001 hit the region hard; many high technology employers reduced the number of their employees or went out of business add something

 

The recession and dot-com bust of 2001 hit the region hard; many high technology employers reduced the number of their employees or went out of business add something

 

The recession and dot-com bust of 2001 hit the region hard; many high technology employers reduced the number of their employees or went out of business add something

 

Peter DeFazio - DeFazio is as an officer of the Oregon Kiwi Group, an assumed business title registered in 2001 in Eugene, Oregon.


2002

After being drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2002, former Oregon Ducks quarterback Joey Harrington distributed "Orygun" stickers to members of the media as a reminder of how to pronounce the name of his home state add something

 

After being drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2002, former Oregon Ducks quarterback Joey Harrington distributed "Orygun" stickers to members of the media as a reminder of how to pronounce the name of his home state add something

 

After being drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2002, former Oregon Ducks quarterback Joey Harrington distributed "Orygun" stickers to members of the media as a reminder of how to pronounce the name of his home state add something

 

After being drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2002, former Oregon Ducks quarterback Joey Harrington distributed "Orygun" stickers to members of the media as a reminder of how to pronounce the name of his home state add something

 

After being drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2002, former Oregon Ducks quarterback Joey Harrington distributed "Orygun" stickers to members of the media as a reminder of how to pronounce the name of his home state add something

 

In the 2002 general election, Oregon voters approved a ballot measure to increase the state minimum wage automatically each year according to inflationary changes, which are measured by the consumer price index add something

 

In the 2002 general election, Oregon voters approved a ballot measure to increase the state minimum wage automatically each year according to inflationary changes, which are measured by the consumer price index add something

 

In the 2002 general election, Oregon voters approved a ballot measure to increase the state minimum wage automatically each year according to inflationary changes, which are measured by the consumer price index add something

 

In the 2002 general election, Oregon voters approved a ballot measure to increase the state minimum wage automatically each year according to inflationary changes, which are measured by the consumer price index add something

 

In the 2002 general election, Oregon voters approved a ballot measure to increase the state minimum wage automatically each year according to inflationary changes, which are measured by the consumer price index add something

 

Kurt Schrader - In 2002, Schrader ran for the Oregon State Senate seat vacated by the retiring Verne Duncan, representing the 20th district in southwestern Clackamas County, including the cities of Barlow, Canby, Oregon, Gladstone, Oregon, Johnson City, Oregon City and portions of Milwaukie, Oregon.

 

Greg Walden - In 2002, he defeated Democrat Peter Buckley, who later became a member of the Oregon House of Representatives.

 

The effects of this decline have included Weyerhaeuser's acquisition of Portland-based Willamette Industries in January 2002, the relocation of Louisiana-Pacific's corporate headquarters from Portland to Nashville, and the decline of former lumber company towns such as Gilchrist add something

 

The effects of this decline have included Weyerhaeuser's acquisition of Portland-based Willamette Industries in January 2002, the relocation of Louisiana-Pacific's corporate headquarters from Portland to Nashville, and the decline of former lumber company towns such as Gilchrist add something

 

The effects of this decline have included Weyerhaeuser's acquisition of Portland-based Willamette Industries in January 2002, the relocation of Louisiana-Pacific's corporate headquarters from Portland to Nashville, and the decline of former lumber company towns such as Gilchrist add something

 

The effects of this decline have included Weyerhaeuser's acquisition of Portland-based Willamette Industries in January 2002, the relocation of Louisiana-Pacific's corporate headquarters from Portland to Nashville, and the decline of former lumber company towns such as Gilchrist add something

 

The effects of this decline have included Weyerhaeuser's acquisition of Portland-based Willamette Industries in January 2002, the relocation of Louisiana-Pacific's corporate headquarters from Portland to Nashville, and the decline of former lumber company towns such as Gilchrist add something


2003

Oregon ranks 33rd in the U.S. by PCPI, compared to 31st in 2003 add something

 

Oregon ranks 33rd in the U.S. by PCPI, compared to 31st in 2003 add something

 

Oregon ranks 33rd in the U.S. by PCPI, compared to 31st in 2003 add something

 

Oregon ranks 33rd in the U.S. by PCPI, compared to 31st in 2003 add something

 

Oregon ranks 33rd in the U.S. by PCPI, compared to 31st in 2003 add something

 

Kurt Schrader - In the Oregon Senate, Schrader served as co-chair of the Joint Ways and Means Committee in the 2003 and 2005 sessions, as well as chair of the Interim Joint Legislative Audit Committee in the 2005 session.

 

Conrad Burns - In December 2003, Burns and Senator Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat, were pleased that their legislation to combat spam, the CAN-SPAM Act, had been signed into law


2004

In 2004 and 2006, Democrats won control of the state Senate, and the House add something

 

In 2004 and 2006, Democrats won control of the state Senate, and the House add something

 

In 2004 and 2006, Democrats won control of the state Senate, and the House add something

 

In 2004 and 2006, Democrats won control of the state Senate, and the House add something

 

In 2004 and 2006, Democrats won control of the state Senate, and the House add something

 

In the 2004 general election, Oregon voters passed ballot measures banning same-sex marriage and restricting land use regulation add something

 

In the 2004 general election, Oregon voters passed ballot measures banning same-sex marriage and restricting land use regulation add something

 

In the 2004 general election, Oregon voters passed ballot measures banning same-sex marriage and restricting land use regulation add something

 

In the 2004 general election, Oregon voters passed ballot measures banning same-sex marriage and restricting land use regulation add something

 

In the 2004 general election, Oregon voters passed ballot measures banning same-sex marriage and restricting land use regulation add something

 

More recently, 2004's Measure 37 reflects a backlash against such land-use laws add something

 

More recently, 2004's Measure 37 reflects a backlash against such land-use laws add something

 

More recently, 2004's Measure 37 reflects a backlash against such land-use laws add something

 

More recently, 2004's Measure 37 reflects a backlash against such land-use laws add something

 

More recently, 2004's Measure 37 reflects a backlash against such land-use laws add something

 

Open Source Development Labs made news in 2004 when they hired Linus Torvalds, developer of the Linux kernel add something

 

Open Source Development Labs made news in 2004 when they hired Linus Torvalds, developer of the Linux kernel add something

 

Open Source Development Labs made news in 2004 when they hired Linus Torvalds, developer of the Linux kernel add something

 

Open Source Development Labs made news in 2004 when they hired Linus Torvalds, developer of the Linux kernel add something

 

Open Source Development Labs made news in 2004 when they hired Linus Torvalds, developer of the Linux kernel add something

 

Mark Mathabane - They relocated to Portland, Oregon , Oregon in 2004, where he was formerly director of multicultural education at Catlin Gabel School


2005

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Oregon ranked 41st out of the 50 states in taxes per capita in 2005 with an average amount paid of 1,791,45 add something

 

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Oregon ranked 41st out of the 50 states in taxes per capita in 2005 with an average amount paid of 1,791,45 add something

 

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Oregon ranked 41st out of the 50 states in taxes per capita in 2005 with an average amount paid of 1,791,45 add something

 

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Oregon ranked 41st out of the 50 states in taxes per capita in 2005 with an average amount paid of 1,791,45 add something

 

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Oregon ranked 41st out of the 50 states in taxes per capita in 2005 with an average amount paid of 1,791,45 add something

 

In 2005, Oregon ranked third among U.S. states with 303 wineries add something

 

In 2005, Oregon ranked third among U.S. states with 303 wineries add something

 

In 2005, Oregon ranked third among U.S. states with 303 wineries add something

 

In 2005, Oregon ranked third among U.S. states with 303 wineries add something

 

In 2005, Oregon ranked third among U.S. states with 303 wineries add something

 

Greg Walden - Oregon Congressmen Earl_Blumenauer and Walden, hiking on Mount Hood during a 2005 fact-finding trip.


2006

Both schools have had recent success in other sports as well: Oregon State won back-to-back college baseball championships in 2006 and 2007, winning a third in 2018; and the University of Oregon won back-to-back NCAA men's cross country championships in 2007 and 2008 add something

 

Both schools have had recent success in other sports as well: Oregon State won back-to-back college baseball championships in 2006 and 2007, winning a third in 2018; and the University of Oregon won back-to-back NCAA men's cross country championships in 2007 and 2008 add something

 

Both schools have had recent success in other sports as well: Oregon State won back-to-back college baseball championships in 2006 and 2007, winning a third in 2018; and the University of Oregon won back-to-back NCAA men's cross country championships in 2007 and 2008 add something

 

Both schools have had recent success in other sports as well: Oregon State won back-to-back college baseball championships in 2006 and 2007, winning a third in 2018; and the University of Oregon won back-to-back NCAA men's cross country championships in 2007 and 2008 add something

 

Both schools have had recent success in other sports as well: Oregon State won back-to-back college baseball championships in 2006 and 2007, winning a third in 2018; and the University of Oregon won back-to-back NCAA men's cross country championships in 2007 and 2008 add something

 

In the 2006 general election, voters restricted the use of eminent domain and extended the state's discount prescription drug coverage add something

 

In the 2006 general election, voters restricted the use of eminent domain and extended the state's discount prescription drug coverage add something

 

In the 2006 general election, voters restricted the use of eminent domain and extended the state's discount prescription drug coverage add something

 

In the 2006 general election, voters restricted the use of eminent domain and extended the state's discount prescription drug coverage add something

 

In the 2006 general election, voters restricted the use of eminent domain and extended the state's discount prescription drug coverage add something

 

Homer Davenport - Titled "Cartoons by Davenport," an annotated reissue was published in Silverton, Oregon in 2006


2007

Jane Powell - For one evening, she returned to her hometown, Portland, Oregon , Oregon, narrating Sergei Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf" with Pink Martini on December 31, 2007


2008

In 2008, for instance, Republican Senate incumbent Gordon H. Smith lost his bid for a third term, even though he carried all but eight counties add something

 

In 2008, for instance, Republican Senate incumbent Gordon H. Smith lost his bid for a third term, even though he carried all but eight counties add something

 

In 2008, for instance, Republican Senate incumbent Gordon H. Smith lost his bid for a third term, even though he carried all but eight counties add something

 

In 2008, for instance, Republican Senate incumbent Gordon H. Smith lost his bid for a third term, even though he carried all but eight counties add something

 

In 2008, for instance, Republican Senate incumbent Gordon H. Smith lost his bid for a third term, even though he carried all but eight counties add something

 

In a 2008 analysis of the 2004 presidential election, a political analyst found that according to the application of a Likert scale, Oregon boasted both the most liberal Kerry voters and the most conservative Bush voters, making it the most politically polarized state in the country add something

 

In a 2008 analysis of the 2004 presidential election, a political analyst found that according to the application of a Likert scale, Oregon boasted both the most liberal Kerry voters and the most conservative Bush voters, making it the most politically polarized state in the country add something

 

In a 2008 analysis of the 2004 presidential election, a political analyst found that according to the application of a Likert scale, Oregon boasted both the most liberal Kerry voters and the most conservative Bush voters, making it the most politically polarized state in the country add something

 

In a 2008 analysis of the 2004 presidential election, a political analyst found that according to the application of a Likert scale, Oregon boasted both the most liberal Kerry voters and the most conservative Bush voters, making it the most politically polarized state in the country add something

 

In a 2008 analysis of the 2004 presidential election, a political analyst found that according to the application of a Likert scale, Oregon boasted both the most liberal Kerry voters and the most conservative Bush voters, making it the most politically polarized state in the country add something

 

Most of the remainder of the population had no religious affiliation; the 2008 American Religious Identification Survey placed Oregon as tied with Nevada in fifth place of U.S. states having the highest percentage of residents identifying themselves as "non-religious", at 24 percent add something

 

Most of the remainder of the population had no religious affiliation; the 2008 American Religious Identification Survey placed Oregon as tied with Nevada in fifth place of U.S. states having the highest percentage of residents identifying themselves as "non-religious", at 24 percent add something

 

Most of the remainder of the population had no religious affiliation; the 2008 American Religious Identification Survey placed Oregon as tied with Nevada in fifth place of U.S. states having the highest percentage of residents identifying themselves as "non-religious", at 24 percent add something

 

Most of the remainder of the population had no religious affiliation; the 2008 American Religious Identification Survey placed Oregon as tied with Nevada in fifth place of U.S. states having the highest percentage of residents identifying themselves as "non-religious", at 24 percent add something

 

Most of the remainder of the population had no religious affiliation; the 2008 American Religious Identification Survey placed Oregon as tied with Nevada in fifth place of U.S. states having the highest percentage of residents identifying themselves as "non-religious", at 24 percent add something

 

Kurt Schrader - In May 2008, Schrader won the Democratic nomination for Oregon's 5th congressional district for the seat being vacated by Darlene Hooley.


2009

According to a 2009 Gallup poll, Oregon was paired with Vermont as the two "least religious" states in the United States add something

 

According to a 2009 Gallup poll, Oregon was paired with Vermont as the two "least religious" states in the United States add something

 

According to a 2009 Gallup poll, Oregon was paired with Vermont as the two "least religious" states in the United States add something

 

According to a 2009 Gallup poll, Oregon was paired with Vermont as the two "least religious" states in the United States add something

 

According to a 2009 Gallup poll, Oregon was paired with Vermont as the two "least religious" states in the United States add something

 

Since 2009, the state has had two Democratic U.S. senators, Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley add something

 

Since 2009, the state has had two Democratic U.S. senators, Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley add something

 

Since 2009, the state has had two Democratic U.S. senators, Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley add something

 

Since 2009, the state has had two Democratic U.S. senators, Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley add something

 

Since 2009, the state has had two Democratic U.S. senators, Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley add something

 

George Henry Williams - Yamhill County Circuit Court, Oregon Judicial Department In 1866 Williams authored the Tenor of Office Act, passed by Congress in 1867 over President Andrew Johnson's veto, that limited the President in removing Cabinet officers


2010

As of the 2010 Census, the population of Oregon was 3,831,074 add something

 

As of the 2010 Census, the population of Oregon was 3,831,074 add something

 

As of the 2010 Census, the population of Oregon was 3,831,074 add something

 

As of the 2010 Census, the population of Oregon was 3,831,074 add something

 

As of the 2010 Census, the population of Oregon was 3,831,074 add something

 

Google operates a large datacenter in The Dalles, and Facebook built a large datacenter near Prineville in 2010 add something

 

Google operates a large datacenter in The Dalles, and Facebook built a large datacenter near Prineville in 2010 add something

 

Google operates a large datacenter in The Dalles, and Facebook built a large datacenter near Prineville in 2010 add something

 

Google operates a large datacenter in The Dalles, and Facebook built a large datacenter near Prineville in 2010 add something

 

Google operates a large datacenter in The Dalles, and Facebook built a large datacenter near Prineville in 2010 add something

 

Oregon Initiative 71, passed in 2010, mandates the legislature to begin meeting every year, for 160 days in odd-numbered years, and 35 days in even-numbered years add something

 

Oregon Initiative 71, passed in 2010, mandates the legislature to begin meeting every year, for 160 days in odd-numbered years, and 35 days in even-numbered years add something

 

Oregon Initiative 71, passed in 2010, mandates the legislature to begin meeting every year, for 160 days in odd-numbered years, and 35 days in even-numbered years add something

 

Oregon Initiative 71, passed in 2010, mandates the legislature to begin meeting every year, for 160 days in odd-numbered years, and 35 days in even-numbered years add something

 

Oregon Initiative 71, passed in 2010, mandates the legislature to begin meeting every year, for 160 days in odd-numbered years, and 35 days in even-numbered years add something

 

The Timbers repurposed the formerly multi-use stadium into a soccer-specific stadium in fall 2010, increasing the seating in the process add something

 

The Timbers repurposed the formerly multi-use stadium into a soccer-specific stadium in fall 2010, increasing the seating in the process add something

 

The Timbers repurposed the formerly multi-use stadium into a soccer-specific stadium in fall 2010, increasing the seating in the process add something

 

The Timbers repurposed the formerly multi-use stadium into a soccer-specific stadium in fall 2010, increasing the seating in the process add something

 

The Timbers repurposed the formerly multi-use stadium into a soccer-specific stadium in fall 2010, increasing the seating in the process add something

 

The largest Christian denominations in Oregon by number of adherents in 2010 were the Roman Catholic Church with 398,738; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with 147,965; and the Assemblies of God with 45,492 add something

 

The largest Christian denominations in Oregon by number of adherents in 2010 were the Roman Catholic Church with 398,738; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with 147,965; and the Assemblies of God with 45,492 add something

 

The largest Christian denominations in Oregon by number of adherents in 2010 were the Roman Catholic Church with 398,738; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with 147,965; and the Assemblies of God with 45,492 add something

 

The largest Christian denominations in Oregon by number of adherents in 2010 were the Roman Catholic Church with 398,738; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with 147,965; and the Assemblies of God with 45,492 add something

 

The largest Christian denominations in Oregon by number of adherents in 2010 were the Roman Catholic Church with 398,738; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with 147,965; and the Assemblies of God with 45,492 add something

 

Kurt Schrader - It was the closest House race in Oregon in 2010, a year in which Republicans picked up at least 63 House seats, but only one on the West Coast.


2011

Amazon opened a datacenter near Boardman in 2011, and a fulfillment center in Troutdale in 2018 add something

 

Amazon opened a datacenter near Boardman in 2011, and a fulfillment center in Troutdale in 2018 add something

 

Amazon opened a datacenter near Boardman in 2011, and a fulfillment center in Troutdale in 2018 add something

 

Amazon opened a datacenter near Boardman in 2011, and a fulfillment center in Troutdale in 2018 add something

 

Amazon opened a datacenter near Boardman in 2011, and a fulfillment center in Troutdale in 2018 add something

 

Despite these changes, Oregon still leads the United States in softwood lumber production; in 2011, was produced in Oregon, compared with in Washington, in Georgia, and in Mississippi add something

 

Despite these changes, Oregon still leads the United States in softwood lumber production; in 2011, was produced in Oregon, compared with in Washington, in Georgia, and in Mississippi add something

 

Despite these changes, Oregon still leads the United States in softwood lumber production; in 2011, was produced in Oregon, compared with in Washington, in Georgia, and in Mississippi add something

 

Despite these changes, Oregon still leads the United States in softwood lumber production; in 2011, was produced in Oregon, compared with in Washington, in Georgia, and in Mississippi add something

 

Despite these changes, Oregon still leads the United States in softwood lumber production; in 2011, was produced in Oregon, compared with in Washington, in Georgia, and in Mississippi add something

 

Until 2011, the only major professional sports team in Oregon was the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association add something

 

Until 2011, the only major professional sports team in Oregon was the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association add something

 

Until 2011, the only major professional sports team in Oregon was the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association add something

 

Until 2011, the only major professional sports team in Oregon was the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association add something

 

Until 2011, the only major professional sports team in Oregon was the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association add something

 

Bruce Hornsby - Hornsby and his wife Kathy have twin sons: Russell, who runs Division I track at the University of Oregon, and Keith, who played Division I basketball for the UNC Asheville Bulldogs from 2011 to 2013

 

Kurt Schrader - Schrader and former Oregon state senator Martha Schrader divorced in 2011

 

Edward Dickinson Baker - A re-enactment of the Battle of Balls Bluff took place on the afternoon of October 22, 2011 on the very ground where Senator Baker was killed; and on October 23, 2011 a Ball's Bluff on-site memorial service for Senator Baker and lectures were organized by the Edward D. Baker Camp of the Sons of Union Veterans of Oregon with the endorsement of the Oregon Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission


2012

Justin Gatlin - On June 24, 2012 Gatlin won the 100m final at the US Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon, OR with a personal best time of 9,80 seconds, the fastest time in history for a man over 30

 

Kurt Schrader - He, along with Oregon Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley, helped *award a grant in September 2012, from the Department of Energy to the Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center


2013

Oregon was the top moving destination in 2013, and second most popular destination in 2010 through 2012 add something

 

Oregon was the top moving destination in 2013, and second most popular destination in 2010 through 2012 add something

 

Oregon was the top moving destination in 2013, and second most popular destination in 2010 through 2012 add something

 

Oregon was the top moving destination in 2013, and second most popular destination in 2010 through 2012 add something

 

Oregon was the top moving destination in 2013, and second most popular destination in 2010 through 2012 add something

 

Same-sex marriage in Oregon was recognized in 2013 before its full legalization in 2015, cannabis is legal for recreational and medicinal use in the state, and assisted suicide is permitted by law in Oregon add something

 

Same-sex marriage in Oregon was recognized in 2013 before its full legalization in 2015, cannabis is legal for recreational and medicinal use in the state, and assisted suicide is permitted by law in Oregon add something

 

Same-sex marriage in Oregon was recognized in 2013 before its full legalization in 2015, cannabis is legal for recreational and medicinal use in the state, and assisted suicide is permitted by law in Oregon add something

 

Same-sex marriage in Oregon was recognized in 2013 before its full legalization in 2015, cannabis is legal for recreational and medicinal use in the state, and assisted suicide is permitted by law in Oregon add something

 

Same-sex marriage in Oregon was recognized in 2013 before its full legalization in 2015, cannabis is legal for recreational and medicinal use in the state, and assisted suicide is permitted by law in Oregon add something

 

The Thorns, who play at Providence Park, have won two league championships, in the inaugural 2013 season and in 2017, and have been by far the NWSL's attendance leader in each of the league's seasons add something

 

The Thorns, who play at Providence Park, have won two league championships, in the inaugural 2013 season and in 2017, and have been by far the NWSL's attendance leader in each of the league's seasons add something

 

The Thorns, who play at Providence Park, have won two league championships, in the inaugural 2013 season and in 2017, and have been by far the NWSL's attendance leader in each of the league's seasons add something

 

The Thorns, who play at Providence Park, have won two league championships, in the inaugural 2013 season and in 2017, and have been by far the NWSL's attendance leader in each of the league's seasons add something

 

The Thorns, who play at Providence Park, have won two league championships, in the inaugural 2013 season and in 2017, and have been by far the NWSL's attendance leader in each of the league's seasons add something

 

Ursula K. Le Guin - The play opened May 2, 2013 and ran until June 16, 2013 in Portland, Oregon


2014

In 2014, 71 wineries opened in the state add something

 

In 2014, 71 wineries opened in the state add something

 

In 2014, 71 wineries opened in the state add something

 

In 2014, 71 wineries opened in the state add something

 

In 2014, 71 wineries opened in the state add something

 

OSU is the state's only land-grant university, has the state's largest enrollment for fall 2014, and is the state's highest ranking university according to "Academic Ranking of World Universities", "Washington Monthly", and "QS World University Rankings" add something

 

OSU is the state's only land-grant university, has the state's largest enrollment for fall 2014, and is the state's highest ranking university according to "Academic Ranking of World Universities", "Washington Monthly", and "QS World University Rankings" add something

 

OSU is the state's only land-grant university, has the state's largest enrollment for fall 2014, and is the state's highest ranking university according to "Academic Ranking of World Universities", "Washington Monthly", and "QS World University Rankings" add something

 

OSU is the state's only land-grant university, has the state's largest enrollment for fall 2014, and is the state's highest ranking university according to "Academic Ranking of World Universities", "Washington Monthly", and "QS World University Rankings" add something

 

OSU is the state's only land-grant university, has the state's largest enrollment for fall 2014, and is the state's highest ranking university according to "Academic Ranking of World Universities", "Washington Monthly", and "QS World University Rankings" add something

 

A measure to legalize recreational use of marijuana in Oregon was approved on November 4, 2014, making Oregon only the second state at the time to have legalized gay marriage, physician-assisted suicide, and recreational marijuana add something

 

A measure to legalize recreational use of marijuana in Oregon was approved on November 4, 2014, making Oregon only the second state at the time to have legalized gay marriage, physician-assisted suicide, and recreational marijuana add something

 

A measure to legalize recreational use of marijuana in Oregon was approved on November 4, 2014, making Oregon only the second state at the time to have legalized gay marriage, physician-assisted suicide, and recreational marijuana add something

 

A measure to legalize recreational use of marijuana in Oregon was approved on November 4, 2014, making Oregon only the second state at the time to have legalized gay marriage, physician-assisted suicide, and recreational marijuana add something

 

A measure to legalize recreational use of marijuana in Oregon was approved on November 4, 2014, making Oregon only the second state at the time to have legalized gay marriage, physician-assisted suicide, and recreational marijuana add something


2015

Reed College, a rigorous liberal arts college in Portland, was ranked by "Forbes" as the 52nd best college in the country in 2015 add something

 

Reed College, a rigorous liberal arts college in Portland, was ranked by "Forbes" as the 52nd best college in the country in 2015 add something

 

Reed College, a rigorous liberal arts college in Portland, was ranked by "Forbes" as the 52nd best college in the country in 2015 add something

 

Reed College, a rigorous liberal arts college in Portland, was ranked by "Forbes" as the 52nd best college in the country in 2015 add something

 

Reed College, a rigorous liberal arts college in Portland, was ranked by "Forbes" as the 52nd best college in the country in 2015 add something


2016

In 2016, the Willamette Valley region produced over of blueberries add something

 

In 2016, the Willamette Valley region produced over of blueberries add something

 

In 2016, the Willamette Valley region produced over of blueberries add something

 

In 2016, the Willamette Valley region produced over of blueberries add something

 

In 2016, the Willamette Valley region produced over of blueberries add something

 

In 2016, the largest school districts in the state were: Portland Public Schools, comprising 47,323 students; Salem-Keizer School District, comprising 40,565 students; Beaverton School District, comprising 39,625 students; Hillsboro School District, comprising 21,118 students; and North Clackamas School District, comprising 17,053 students add something

 

In 2016, the largest school districts in the state were: Portland Public Schools, comprising 47,323 students; Salem-Keizer School District, comprising 40,565 students; Beaverton School District, comprising 39,625 students; Hillsboro School District, comprising 21,118 students; and North Clackamas School District, comprising 17,053 students add something

 

In 2016, the largest school districts in the state were: Portland Public Schools, comprising 47,323 students; Salem-Keizer School District, comprising 40,565 students; Beaverton School District, comprising 39,625 students; Hillsboro School District, comprising 21,118 students; and North Clackamas School District, comprising 17,053 students add something

 

In 2016, the largest school districts in the state were: Portland Public Schools, comprising 47,323 students; Salem-Keizer School District, comprising 40,565 students; Beaverton School District, comprising 39,625 students; Hillsboro School District, comprising 21,118 students; and North Clackamas School District, comprising 17,053 students add something

 

In 2016, the largest school districts in the state were: Portland Public Schools, comprising 47,323 students; Salem-Keizer School District, comprising 40,565 students; Beaverton School District, comprising 39,625 students; Hillsboro School District, comprising 21,118 students; and North Clackamas School District, comprising 17,053 students add something

 

In the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton won Oregon by 11 percentage points add something

 

In the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton won Oregon by 11 percentage points add something

 

In the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton won Oregon by 11 percentage points add something

 

In the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton won Oregon by 11 percentage points add something

 

In the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton won Oregon by 11 percentage points add something

 

The table below shows the racial composition of Oregon's population as of 2016 add something

 

The table below shows the racial composition of Oregon's population as of 2016 add something

 

The table below shows the racial composition of Oregon's population as of 2016 add something

 

The table below shows the racial composition of Oregon's population as of 2016 add something

 

The table below shows the racial composition of Oregon's population as of 2016 add something