Ann Fulton (March 10, 1950 - May 15, 2011) was an intellectual and social historian with extensive experience in public history. Her projects included Historic American Buildings Survey-Timberline Lodge, prepared for the National Park Service and the Forest Service (1995); Historic Features Report for SR 14 Corridor Management Plan (1997), prepared for the Washington Department of Transportation; and Columbia County Historic Context Statement and Site Inventories (1998), prepared for the State Historic Preservation Office of Oregon. Her work also appeared in American Indian Quarterly. Fulton also researched the oral tradition of Pacific Northwest indigenous peoples while teaching at Portland State University.
Lake Oswego is a suburban city located eight miles southwest of Portland whose main attraction and history revolves around Oswego Lake. The city's location is one of the oldest inhabited areas in the Willamette Valley, occupied by prehistoric people for more than 6100 years. Before Euroamerican contact, the Clowewallas, …
Oregon Iron & Steel Company
The Oregon Iron & Steel Company (OI&S;) was incorporated in the town of Oswego, just south of Portland, in 1882. The company was the third and final owner of the mines and blast furnace established by the Oregon Iron Company in 1865. The Oswego Iron Company (1878-1882) …