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 unique and extensive OHS collections have been digitized, annotated, and organized according to the state of Oregon's social studies standards. This site also offers narratives written by Pacific Northwest historians and resources for educators. OHP is managed by Amy E. Platt who is also a contributor and editor for The Oregon Encyclopedia.
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The OHP Narratives are written by Pacific Northwest historians with expertise in regional geography, economies, and culture. The topics are divided into sections, organized as short chapters in a longer story, which together provide introductions to significant places and events in Oregon’s history.