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Pints From the Past: A Century of Black History in Oregon

Lake Theater & Cafe, Lake Oswego
106 N State Street
Lake Oswego, OR 97034, US (map)



Join us September 12th for a pints event by Gwen Carr as she brings us a presentation that tells stories of little known Black pioneers who lived across the state from as early as 1788. Some were brought to Oregon as slaves and some free men and women. In spite of harsh Black Exclusion laws they lived and thrived in Oregon as explorers, cowboys, entrepreneurs, loggers, railway and shipyard workers and community members.

Doors open at 6:30, please arrive early for assured parking.

Oregon Black Pioneers - Our goal is to secure a place and forum in which this heritage can be shared with the greater public

Clackamas County Historical Society - Clackamas County Historical Society (CCHS), Oregon City, Oregon, is a nonprofit regional educational institution. Since 1952, CCHS has served as the steward of Oregon's early history. Visit us at: www.clackamashistory.org