Exploring Oregon's History

Hang on for a rollicking tour of Oregon's grandest museum -- the great outdoors!  Recounted in a fresh style that's fun for armchair travelers and hikers alike, this guidebook tells the stories behind 57 of the state's most scenic historic sites, including Indian battlegrounds, gold mining ghost towns, wagon train routes, and haunted lighthouses.  If you get caught up in the stories, boxed inserts tell how you can drive to the site and take a short, easy hike to see the place for yourself.

This book updates and replaces "Hiking Oregon's History".

320 pages, 6"x9", 116 b/w photos, 58 maps. Suggested retail price: $20.

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