A biography of Carrie Halsell Ward – the first Black graduate of Oregon State University.
A biography of James Monroe Jones – an American expatriate who became one of the most celebrated gunsmiths in 19th century Canada.
A biography of Hiram “Hi” Gorman – a formerly enslaved Oregon settler who became a prominent figure in the Salem community.
A biography of Margaret Johnson Bailes – a legendary track athlete from Eugene.
A biography of Katherine Bogle – a journalist and a civil rights advocate for Black Oregonians.
A biography of Malvin L. Brown – a soldier and the first casualty of the US Forest Service’s smokejumper program.
A biography of Dr. Edwin Coleman Jr. – a University of Oregon professor, a musician, and prominent leader in Eugene’s African American community for decades.
A biography of Joe Lillard – an early Black athlete at the University of Oregon.
A biography of Daniel Drew – a Civil War soldier who became a minister and Chaplain of the Oregon chapter of the Grand Army of the Republic.
A biography of Alan and Louisa Flowers – the heads of a prominent Black family in early Portland, and the city’s first Black land developers.