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project date: 1993 | by peter reedijk

The Oregon Trail Coordinating Council - an organization comprised of county representatives, state and federal agency personnel, and representatives from the region's Native American community - contracted Sea Reach in 1992 for the research, planning, design, fabrication, and installation of 200 wayside exhibit panels and bases at twenty sites along the Oregon National Historic Trail in Oregon.

Oregon's segment of this National Historic Trail more or less follows the route of Interstate 84 from the Idaho/Oregon border to Portland. Each of the sites selected for inclusion in this project feature site-specific theme-based exhibit panels with exquisite hand-colored line art illustrations depicting the emigrant's experience on this last leg of the great westward migration. Both the "big picture" and the region-specific orientation exhibits help place visitors in context with the national trail.



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