Oregon was the 33rd state to join the union. It became a state on February 14, 1859.
Capital - Salem
Abbreviation - OR
Nickname - Beaver State
Motto - "She Flies With Her Own Wings" and "The Union"
Song - Oregon, My Oregon
Bird - Western Meadowlark
Flower - Oregon grape
Insect - Oregon Swallowtail Butterfly
Area - approximately 98,386 square miles
Websites for studying about Oregon
Welcome to the tree identification Home Page at Oregon State University! The purpose of this site is to help you identify common conifers and broadleaves in the Pacific Northwest. Feel free to skip through the pages to learn more about specific genera, or to try your hand at identifying a tree specimen with a user-friendly dichotomous key. If you don't have a specimen handy, go to the mystery tree pages to try to identify the trees pictured.
Webpages created by a retired teacher to help kid safely learn on the internet about Oregon.
Information about Oregon. State study guides have been added to the Fast Facts pages
From TeachersFirst. A comprehensive resource on Oregon
Mr. Donn has been online for as long as I can remember and he has one of the largest collections of social studies resources available. This is his collection of Oregon resources.
From Class Brain.com. The site offers everything you would need to do a great report on the state of Oregon.
From the Library of Congress. Games and stories of America's past.
Facts & Trivia about Oregon
Unique tourist attractions and landmarks in Oregon
Loads of fun facts, photos, and travel information about Oregon.
From NetState.com. Learn about Oregon.
From the U.S. Mint. A program called H.I.P. Pocket Change™ . The Web site has coin and character images for each state for coloring.
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Oregon Virtual Field Trips
Oswald West State ParkCannon Beach
Virtual field trip onlineThe campground at Oswald West is closed until further notice. We are studying the health of the trees in the campground -- many are very large and very old -- so we can develop options that balance the needs of the forest with your need for recreation. Please consider one of our other nearby campgrounds (Nehalem Bay, Fort Stevens and Cape Lookout). You can still view pictures, maps and park brochure on line!
Thanks to graphicmaps.com for the state graphics