The Oregon History Project is a digital resource of the Oregon Historical Society, making hundreds of historical records and expert scholarship accessible to the public.Explore the records
Meriwether Lewis to Thomas Jefferson, 1805
Oregon Historical Society, Eva Emery Dye Papers, Mss 1089
Bird's-Eye View of Pendleton
Oregon Historical Society, OHS Map 519
Wasco-Style Sally Bags
Oregon Historical Society Folklife Program, S 2-2802
Interpretive Essays use primary documents from the Oregon Historical Society archives to help readers imagine the events, people, and issues that shaped Oregon history.
In-depth historical narratives are written by Pacific Northwest historians, serving as an online learning resource for teachers and students.
OHP aims to help teachers create lessons about Oregon's history through records, digital exhibits, interpretive essays, and instructions for using primary sources.
The Oregon History Project (OHP) is a digital resource of the Oregon Historical Society museum and research library. Hundreds of historical records and artifacts from the OHS collections are digitized, annotated, and made available to the public.