Historical Links


Flint and steel fire in the making

Clackamas County Heritage Council is your link to many of the historic homes, museums, and businesses in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory.

Oregon Historical Society Founded in 1898, its mission is preserving and interpreting Oregon’s past in thoughtful, illuminating, and provocative ways.

Mt Hood Cultural Center and Museum

Oregon City Museums

Baker Cabin Historical Society Just a few minutes from the Foster Farm, this historic church and cabin are preserved for guests. Baker was one of the first to travel the Barlow Road in 1846.

Friends of Timberline preserve and maintain the historic character of Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood.

The Mt. Hood National Forest hosts a Barlow Road Interpretive Program for schools and individuals each September. Call 541-467-2291 for more information about this free hands-on living history event accessible by car or bus.

Antique Powerland

Oregon-California Trails Association (OCTA)

Lavender’s Green – Custom historic clothing, patterns, and consulting services by Kay Demlow.