Such projects - as well as developing partnerships with the FisherPoets Gathering; the Oregon Association of Resource, Conservation and Development Councils; the McKenzie River Interpretive Center; the Confluence Project; and the Oregon Historical Society - make it possible for the network to give voice to the many peoples whose stories make up our state's cultural heritage.
What does OHS stand for?
OHS stands for Oregon Historical Society (Portland, OR)
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- Open Hyperdocument System
- Open Hypermedia System
- Operator Head Space
- Optimal Health Systems
- Oracle HTTP Server
- Oral Health Section (various organizations)
- Orange High School
- Orchard Hills Basketball League (Milford, CT)
- Order Handling System
- Order of the Holy Sepulchre (Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, an order of knighthood of the Catholic church)
- Orem High School
- Orestimba High School
- Organ Historical Society
- Ornamental Horticultural Society
- Orofino High School (Idaho)
- Orrville High School
- Osbourn High School (Manassas, Virginia)
- Osceola High School (Kissimmee, Florida)
- Osseo High School (Osseo, Minnesota, USA)
- Ossining High School (Ossining, NY, USA)
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The book is illustrated with many b&w photos from the Reed College archives and yearbooks, the Oregon Historical Society, and various personal collections.
The other 42 cents, along with income from the endowment, supports arts and culture in three different ways: by funding locally controlled arts and culture coalitions in all 36 Oregon counties and the state's nine Indian tribes, through competitive grants awarded to arts and culture groups, and by funding statewide organizations such as the Oregon Historical Society and the Oregon Arts Commission.
of Oregon School of Architecture), former executive director of the Oregon Historical Society, to convincingly show and tell why Portland, Oregon, is considered a model for other cities in terms of landscape beauty, diversity, and livability.
From November 13 to 22, the exhibit will move to the Willamette Science and Technology Center in Eugene, then to Jacksonville's Southern Oregon historical Society Museum November 26 to December 7.