A biography of Hattie Redmond – an early Black activist and one of the most prominent members of Oregon’s woman suffrage movement in the 1910s.
A biography of Mary Jane Holmes Shipley Drake – one of Oregon’s the first African Americans to live nearly their entire life in Oregon and was the matriarch of a large family of early Black residents.
A biography of William Badger – a Gearhart business owner and the first Black city councilor in Oregon.
A biography of Hannah and Eliza Gorman – Benton County’s first Black residents and landowners.
A biography of Dr. DeNorval Unthank – a revered Portland physician and a civil rights champion.
A biography of Mabel Byrd – the first Black student at the University of Oregon, and an active campaigner for civil rights in the 1920s.
A biography of Lewis Southworth – a freed slave who became a successful business owner and homesteader.
A biography of Letitia Carson – an early settler who challenged Oregon’s Black exclusion laws to successfully claim a homestead of her own.
A biography of George Fletcher – a legendary cowboy and rodeo performer in the early 20th century.
A biography of James DePriest – a conductor who served as the music director of the Oregon Symphony for. 23 years
A biography of Beatrice Morrow Cannady – one of Oregon’s earliest and most successful civil rights champions.