The Oregon NHT follows an extraordinary corridor in America history. Visit this page often to view exhibits that tell the stories through time.
Did You Know?
Emigrant wagons headed for Oregon in the 1840s-1860s tied off their wagons with ropes lashed around trees or held them back with stout logs that locked the wheels inorder to descend this rocky slope on Mt. Hood - named Laurel Hill by early travelers from the resemblance of native leaves to laurel. More...