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Discover your Oregon State Capitol’s history and beauty through its story of adversity and resilience, videos and a virtual tour.
This year marks the centennial of woman suffrage in the United States. Did you know that Oregon’s women won their right to vote eight years earlier in 1912? Getting this law passed was about more than just the right to vote. It was a path for women to make...
Like you, we here at the Oregon State Capitol Foundation are coping with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re staying home to stay safe and finding ways to make the most of time with our families. Although the Oregon State Capitol is currently closed to the...
See highlights from Oregon’s 161st birthday celebration, hosted by the Oregon State Capitol Foundation, with family activities at our Capitol in Salem.
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