Eugene Oregon History
Eugene F. Skinner
In June, 1846 Mr. Skinner established a donation land claim and a
small cabin on the west side of Skinner's Butte (or Ya-Po-Ah). There
he founded the town of Eugene City, Oregon on June 6, 1853. The city
was incorporated in 1862 and later changed its name to simply
Lane County Historical Museum
See textiles, tools, and belongings which the pioneers
brought with them on the long trip across the continent.
Lane County History
Lane County was established on January 29, 1851. It was created from the
southern part of Linn County and that portion of Benton County which was east
of Umpqua County. Originally it covered all of southern Oregon east to the
Rocky Mountains and south to the California border. It was named after the
territory's first governor, Joseph Lane.
Oregon State Museum of Anthropology
Established by the Oregon Legislative Assembly in 1935 to serve as a custodian
of state-held archaeological and anthropological materials, OSMA curates some
of the most important collections in the Pacific Northwest. These include
artifacts and records from Dr. Luther S. Cressman's archaeological excavations
begun in the 1930s, but also southwestern pottery, costumes from Eastern
Europe, and archaeological materials from Alaska. In addition, the museum
holds a fine collection of western Indian baskets made before 1900
Built in 1888, this house is one of Lane County's
finest examples of Queen Anne Revival style architecture.
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