History - Oregon

Oregon Historical Quarterly

Oregon Historical Quarterly Table of Contents Presents a chronological listing of Oregon Historical Quarterly contents from 1900 to 2014. After you bring it up, you can scroll through it, or use Ctrl-F to search for a specific keyword in this list of articles.  After you have identified an article that looks good, there are several ways to get a copy of the article.  Not all articles are available in electronic form.

Check out paper copies of Oregon Historical Quarterly from PCC Library.

Online full-text articles from the Oregon Historical Quarterly, from September 2001 to the present, available from the library databases.

If the table of contents doesn't work for you, the more detailed Oregon Historical Quarterly Index, 1981-2000. (which will give you the names of people and events in these articles) will be your next step.  Be careful here. A mention of a name or event doesn't mean the article is in any way about that person or event.

PCC Library also has paper indexes to The Oregon Historical Quarterly, from 1900 - 1980

Oregon Newspaper Index

Search the Oregon Newspaper Index which indexes over 845,000 articles in the Oregonian newspaper from 1851-1987. This index is maintained by the University of Oregon.


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