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Timeline of Portland, Oregon

The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Portland, Oregon, United States.

Contents

  • 19th century 1
  • 20th century 2
    • 1900s–1940s 2.1
    • 1950s–1990s 2.2
  • 21st century 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • Further reading 6
    • Published in the 19th century 6.1
    • Published in the 20th century 6.2
      • 1900s–1960s 6.2.1
      • 1970s–1990s 6.2.2
    • Published in the 21st century 6.3
  • External links 7

19th century

20th century

1900s–1940s

1950s–1990s

21st century

See also

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Further reading

Published in the 19th century

Published in the 20th century

1900s–1960s

    • v.2, v.3
  • Sayer, James J. “Our City Councils. II. Portland—the Commission Plan.” National Municipal Review 13 (1924): 502-7.
  • Maddux, Percy. City on the Willamette: The Story of Portland, Oregon. Portland: Binford & Mort, 1952.
    • 1959 ed.
    • 1962 ed.

1970s–1990s

  • Paul G. Meriam. “Urban Elite in the Far West, Portland, Oregon, 1870-1890.” Arizona and the West 18 (1976): 41-52.
  • Gould, Charles F. “Portland Italians, 1880-1920.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 77 (1976): 239-60.
  • Paul G. Meriam. “The ‘Other Portland’: A Statistical Note on the Foreign-born, 1860-1910.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 80 (1979): 258-68.
  • Toll, William. The Making of an Ethnic Middle Class: Portland Jewry over Four Generations. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1982.
  • Carl Abbott. Portland: Planning, Politics, and Growth in a Twentieth-Century City. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1983.
  • Blackford, Mansell. “The Lost Dream: Businessmen and City Planning in Portland, Oregon, 1903-1914.” The Western Historical Quarterly 15 (1984): 39-56.
  • William Toll. “Ethnicity and Stability: The Italians and Jews of South Portland, 1900-1940.” Pacific Historical Review 54 (1985): 161-90.
  • E. Kimbark MacColl. Merchants, Money, and Power: The Portland Establishment, 1843-1913. Portland: Georgian Press, 1988.
  • Bigelow, William, and Norman Diamond. “Agitate, Educate, Organize: Portland, 1934.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 89 (1988): 5-29.
  • Horowitz, David A. “The Crusade against Chain Stores: Portland’s Independent Merchants, 1928-1935.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 89 (1988): 340-68.
  • Dodds, Gordon, and Craig Wollner. The Silicon Forest: High Tech in the Portland Area, 1945-1985. Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press, 1990.
  • Wollner, Craig. The City Builders: One Hundred Years of Union Carpentry in Portland, Oregon, 1883-1983. Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press, 1990.
  • Carl Abbott. “Regional City and Network City: Portland and Seattle in the Twentieth Century.” Western Historical Quarterly 23 (1992): 293-322.
  • Harvey, Thomas. “Portland, Oregon: Regional City in a Global Economy.” Urban Geography 17 (1996): 95-114.
  • William Toll. “Permanent Settlement: Japanese Families in Portland, 1920.” Western Historical Quarterly 28 (1997): 19-44.
  • William Toll. “Black Families and Migration to a Multiracial Society: Portland, Oregon, 1900-1924.” Journal of American Ethnic History 17 (1998): 38-70.

Published in the 21st century

  • Barker, Neil. “Portland’s Works Progress Administration.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 101 (2000): 414-41.
  • Carl Abbott. “Portland: Civic Culture and Civic Opportunity.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 102 (2001): 6-21.
  • Pearson, Rudy. “’A Menace to the Neighborhood’: Housing and African Americans in Portland, 1941-1945.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 102 (2001): 158-79.
  • Rosenthal, Nicholas G. “Repositioning Indianness: Native American Organizations in Portland, Oregon, 1959-1975.” Pacific Historical Review 71 (2002): 415-38.
  • Johnston, Robert. The Radical Middle Class: Populist Democracy and the Question of Capitalism in Progressive Era Portland. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.
  • ; scholarly history

External links

  • Digital Public Library of America. Items related to Portland, various dates.
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