Thomas W. Sullivan arrived in Oregon City in 1889 for what he thought would be a 12-month construction project. Instead he ended up remaining for the rest of life, raising two families, and playing a huge role in the development of the Willamette Falls, Oregon City, and the industrialization of Oregon. George Kramer, a noted historian of the paper and power plants at the Falls will talk about Sullivan’s life and the impact he had on Oregon’s industrial development
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A presentation about the Celilo Village community and the alliances that were formed by two native and settler-descended women leaders.
A presentation focusing on the historical and modern funeral industry.
A ceremony commemorating the 100th anniversary of the ending of World War I.
Murdock Talks: "The Troubled Life of Peter Burnett: Oregon Pioneer and First Governor of California''
A presentation focusing on the troubled and complicated life of Peter Burnett.