At orhistory.com, Oregon History is what we are all about!
What if you walked into a bar and bumped into Oregon? What would Oregon say- be wearing – even look like? You know what Oregon would be drinking, and you’re pretty sure it would be out of the bottle, not a glass. A dark bar on a rainy day, full of loggers and fishermen and burnt-out hippies, you knocked back a couple with Oregon and listened to some stories on that wet afternoon.
So if you will allow us to continue with the metaphor for a moment, let’s say the next day, you ran into a lady-friend. You told her all about your afternoon of drinking with Oregon, and the stories that were told (even though the details are a little foggy today). Your special lady is this website. She is Oregon History.
This is going to be fun. It’s not going to be Boring History like High School; rigid and terse. This is PG-13, even rated R. We want you to put the book down, and get out and enjoy the historic sites we have in Oregon. We will provide some background, some additional details to the story, some of the less revealed, even the ribald. But you are going to make the Core of the Discovery.
Then one wet day, maybe you’ll go back to that dark bar, knock back a couple, and proudly (and loudly) proclaim, “Hey Oregon! *drinks* Have I got a story for You!”
Who We Are
Doug Kenck-Crispin Resident Historian. email@example.com 503.704.838FOUR
Originally from Spokane, Doug came with his family in 1982 and settled in North Portland. He graduated from Lincoln High School. After walking the Earth like Caine for a decade and a half, he earned his BA (cum laude) in History from Portland State University with a minor in Judaic Studies. Doug then completed his MA in History at PSU (Public History & History of Pacific NW). His thesis is titled “Charles A. Moose: Race, Community Policing, and Portland’s First African American Police Chief.” He is the recipient of the 2009-2010 Sara Glasgow Cogan Scholarship. In August of 2020, Portland’s Timber Press will release his book titled Kick Ass Oregon History.
Andy Lindberg host, editor, producer of Kick Ass Oregon History podcast, website designer. firstname.lastname@example.org
Born in Emmanuel Hospital in Portland, Andy is an actor, musician, designer, and mail order reverend. He is want to take jobs that require him to change his name. You can learn more about him at www.andylindberg.com