Tracy J. Prince
Tracy J. Prince, Ph.D is a Research Professor at Portland State University's American Indian Teacher Program. Dr. Prince uncovers forgotten historical moments by digging through archives and talking to folks about the olden days. She has taught in or spent extensive research time in Turkey, Australia, England, Canada, France, South Africa, and throughout the US. She is the author of Portland's Goose Hollow and Culture Wars in British Literature and co-author of Notable Women of Portland and Portland's Slabtown.
One of the oldest neighborhoods in Portland, Goose Hollow has a history that includes roving bands of geese, the Great Plank Road, a tannery that helped put Portland on the map, blue-collar immigrants in the hollow and wealthy merchants in the heights, Chinese American gardeners, and Native American …