An analysis of Oregon’s Female murders from 1854-1950.
The Stevens-Crawford Herritage House annual fundraising plant sale is right around the corner! Stop by the house to pick up some beautiful flowers for your garden while also helping raise money for the Clackamas County Historical Society. Come swing by the Stevens-Crawford Heritage House at 603 6th St. Oregon City, Oregon 97045 this Saturday, April 27th, 9am - 3pm and pick up something for spring!
Additionally, the Stevens-Crawford house will be re-opening to the public on April 26th, so come see the new changes while you’re there!
MURDOCK TALKS "Language of the Land: Cowboy Poetry Inspired by Oregon's Western Heritage and Ranching Culture"
Throughout the history of the American West, and in Oregon, cowboy poets have played a large part in preserving our western heritage and the culture of Oregon through oral and written poetry. Cowboy poetry is part of a long-cherished legacy and Oregon has produced well-respected contemporary cowboy poets, including this program’s presenter, Tom Swearingen.
A two-time winner of the National Finals Rodeo Cowboy Poetry Contest, Tom brings his stories to life with rhythm and rhyme and a style that makes him a popular performer. For more on Tom visit oregoncowboypoet.com.
Darrell Jabin, Oregon's Traveling Historian will share and discuss the individuals and events that helped create the state of Oregon.
Traveling historian Darrell Jabin discusses the discovery of Oregon and how it came to have its name.
The Stevens-Crawford Heritage House Christmas Open-House is back again this year! This years' theme is "All Creatures Great And Small," featuring various winged, hoofed, and scaled decor.
A presentation focusing on the historical and modern funeral industry.
A presentation about the Celilo Village community and the alliances that were formed by two native and settler-descended women leaders.
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
SPECIAL OFFER: grab a seat and order your meal before 6:30 and get 10% off!
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.