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Farm Customs, Garden, and Animal Techniques

Repository:University of Oregon, Archives of Northwest Folklore
Summary:Ronald Baker and Janet Stigum were students in the University of Oregon Folklore Studies This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to these students' folklore fieldwork project.
 
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Hobson Family Collection

Repository:George Fox University Archives
Summary:William Hobson is credited with bringing Quakers to Newberg, Oregon in the 1870s. This collection consists of biographies of William Hobson, his handwritten journal, and a transcript of his son Samuel's "Memories of Samuel Hobson", and other materials related to the early settlement of the area.
 
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Human Relations Council of Yamhill County records

Repository:Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library
Summary:Collection includes: Correspondence, 1967-1973; Minutes, 1964-1973; Reports, surveys, etc. regarding the Council's involvement in housing, education, health and childcare programs for migrant workers, promotion of low income housing, services for the elderly and other activities related to civil rights in Yamhill County, Or.
 
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Legends

Repository:University of Oregon, Archives of Northwest Folklore
Summary:Jean Morrison was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
 
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William T. Newby papers

Repository:University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives
Summary:The William T. Newby Papers contain a variety of information about Newby's overland crossing from Missouri to Oregon on the Oregon Trial in 1843. Newby was a member of the wagon train made famous by Jesse Applegate. The collection provides weather observations, account summaries, and personal experiences of living in and journeying to Oregon from 1843-1864.
 
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Oregon Folklife Program records

Repository:University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives
Summary:The Oregon Folklife Program provided statewide services supporting folklife, traditional arts and artists, and folk arts in education in Oregon from 1988 to 2009, first at Lewis and Clark College, 1988-1993, and then the Oregon Historical Society, 1993-2009. This collection comprises the Oregon Folklife Program’s records, 1988-2009, including folklore fieldwork documentation in the form of photographs, sound recordings, and video recordings of cultural events and traditional arts and artists in urban and rural Oregon communities; program materials, including exhibitions and table-top exhibits, learning units for grades 3-6, radio and video productions on folklife in Oregon; and administrative files, including artist files, accounting files, research files, and digital files. Oregon Folklife Program programs and projects included apprenticeship programs for traditional arts, exhibits and community events, educational units and instructional materials, regional folk arts surveys, youth community documentation projects, and radio and video productions on folklife in Oregon. The collections include rich visual documentation of traditional arts and artists in cultural, occupational, and religious communities in Oregon, including refugee communities, immigrant communities, rural communities, and Native American communities.
 
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Agricultural and Resource Economics Department Photographs

Repository:Oregon State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives Research Center
Summary:The Agricultural and Resource Economics Department Photographs consist of images taken by Oregon State College County Agents, Farm Management Department faculty and staff, and Agricultural Economics Department faculty. The photographs depict agriculture in Oregon, including livestock, equipment, and crop fields. Additional images document damage caused by the 1945/1946 Willamette River flood, pasture scenes, operations of the Duckwall Fruit Processing Plant, and fruit harvesting and processing in Wenatchee Valley, Washington.

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