Newsletters

Visit this page to find out what happens throughout the year on the Oregon and California national historic trails. We provide this newsletter to the Oregon-California Trails Assocation board biannually.

 
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Spring 2011 newsletter

Spring 2011 - In this issue: New staff, public scoping meetings, and exhibit, research, & highway sign project updates.

 
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Summer 2011 newsletter

Summer 2011 - In this issue: New exhibit projects in Nebraska, California and Utah, updates on the Four Trails Feasibility study, highway sign updates, and new and retiring staff.

 
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Spring 2012 newsletter

Spring 2012: In this issue: Exhibit projects in Missouri and Wyoming, new black emigrant study finalized, updates on the Four Trails Feasibility study, highway sign updates, and sign plans.

 
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Summer 2012 newsletter

Summer 2012: In this issue: Exhibit projects in California, Wyoming, and Missouri, updates on the Four Trails Feasibility study, highway sign updates, and sign plans.

 
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Spring 2013 newsletter

Spring 2013: In this issue: Exhibit projects in California, Wyoming, and Missouri, updates on the Four Trails Feasibility study, national register nominations, and new sign plan standards and tools on the website.

 
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Summer 2013 newsletter

Summer 2013 - In this issue: New exhibit projects installed in California and Wyoming, updates on the Four Trails Feasibility study, and Alcove Spring Park development concept plan charette.


 
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Spring 2014 newsletter

Spring 2014 - In this issue: Mapping updates, new exhibits in Wyoming, planning work at Alcove Spring Park in Kansas, new auto tour route signs in Missouri and Kansas, and site certification and national register updates.

 
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Summer 2014 newsletter

Summer 2014 - In this issue: New park in Wyoming opens, grant awarded to Alcove Spring Park in Kansas, new partner certifications, new sign plans, and update on the Oregon auto tour route guide.

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