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Lake Oswego Gallery Without Walls sculpture


From a multi-weekend immersive aerial performance at Mary S. Young Park to the multiday lake Oswego's Festival of the Arts to generations of authentic pioneer heritage, Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory has stories old and new to share. Explore the paths that the original Oregon Trail pioneers traveled with the promise of free land in Oregon. Take a trip like no other, as you visit the historical sites, museums, cultural centers, public art, murals and festivals held year-round.

Oregon City Esplanade
Modern Pioneers: Elaine Butler And Philip Foster Farm
Imagine you've been walking for months to get to your new home in Oregon. You've traversed hot, dusty plains, crossed rushing rivers and made your way over steep mountains, all while sleeping on the h...
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Blacksmithing at Philip Foster Farm in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
History Comes To Life In Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
As the official end of the Oregon Trail, Mt. Hood Territory has a storied history, which comes to life at our museums and interpretive centers....
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Bethany Nemec
Heritage Trail App Marks 175 Years Since Barlow Road's Construction
2021 is the 175th anniversary of the Oregon Trail's famous Barlow Road section that, for many, replaced the perilous float down the Columbia River to finish their months-long journey. The newest addit...
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Mt. Hood Territory Heritage Trail and 175th Commemoration of the Oregon Trail apps on iPhone
Outdoor Art Draws Visitors To Mt. Hood Territory
Lake Oswego's Gallery Without Walls is an ever-growing walking tour of the city, featuring sculptures from local artists strategically placed throughout town in partnership with community members,...
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Gallery Without Walls artwork in Lake Oswego
Estacada's Artback Murals Let Visitors Explore The Heritage Of A Community
The city of Estacada is a historic town, having been incorporated way back in 1905. It was around even before that, as workers building the hydroelectric dam on the nearby Clackamas River camped here....
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The colorful Tree of Life mural painted on one of Estacada's downtown building walls features exotic birds and animals.
The Story Behind - Cliff Barackman And The North American Bigfoot Center
For the ninth episode of our podcast, Territory Tales, we picked the brain of Bigfoot enthusiast and celebrity Cliff Barackman, owner of the Northwest American Bigfoot Center in the community of Borin...
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