Can you say sesquicentennial?

Celebrate statehood with a Lewis & Clark map from historinvogue.com click pic for more info $275 as shown

Celebrate statehood with a Lewis & Clark map from historinvogue.com click pic for more info $275 as shown


February 14th is 150 years of Oregon statehood, that is what it means to us, and of course History in VogueTM is planning something great (too bad yo have to wait nearly two more years to find out just how great…)!
We have some stellar party favors, now, though…celebrations of the rugged history of this pioneering state:
Events are planned all around the state, including the display of the most important document in Oregon history, the constitution of the state of Oregon. You can read a copy online or go to Salem to see this rarity in person on Saturday, February 14 (the official date of Oregon’s birth).
Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard celebrates the NW Oregon/Lower Columbia River’s maritime heritage, and makes a great way to demonstrate your love of Oregon.
Happy Birthday, Oregon…blow out your candles, make a wish and have your cake!

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