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Fort Rock, Oregon
Archaeology, History, Historical Society
A collection of homestead houses, church, and school buildings assembled in a village setting. A self-guided walking tour let you wander through these homes and other buildings which are furnished with homesteader's belongings. Some days a blacksmith is on-site working at his forge. The village interpretive materials and books for sale tell the stories of homestead families in north Lake County, Oregon.
Eugene, Oregon
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, History, Library, Natural History, University
The Museum of Natural and Cultural History (MNCH) is Oregon's primary repository for anthropological and paleontological collections. Officially created in 1935-36, as the Oregon State Museum of Anthropology and UO Museum of Natural History, the MNCH houses nearly 1 million ethnographic and archaeological objects and almost 100,000 fossils and biological specimens from Oregon, the Pacific Northwest, and around the world.
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