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Spring 2022 Spring 2022 Oregon Oregon Historical Quarterly Historical Quarterly OHS Executive Director Kerry Tymchuk Editorial Staff Eliza E. Canty-Jones, Editor Erin E. Brasell, Managing Editor Sarah Harris, Rose Tucker Fellow Kenneth Coleman, Book Review Editor Robert Warren, OHS digital imaging and photography OHQ Volunteers and Interns Abby Dawson Marvin Dawson Mary Oberst Editorial Advisory Board Jennifer Fang, Pittock Mansion and University of Portland Laura Ferguson, High Desert Museum Natalia Fernández, Oregon State University Dennis Griffin, Cultural Horizons James Harrison, Portland Community College (emeritus) Audie Huber, Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation Robert Kentta (Siletz), Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians Jennifer R. O’Neal (Grand Ronde), University of Oregon Chelsea Rose, Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology Carmen Thompson, independent scholar Joel Zapata, Oregon State University OHS Board Members See page 108 Spring 2022, Volume 123, Number 1© 2022 Oregon Historical Society All rights reserved The Oregon Historical Quarterly (ISSN 0030-4727) is published quarterly ­ — Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter — by the Oregon Historical Society, 1200 S.W. Park Avenue, Portland, OR, 972052483 . Nothing in the Quarterly may be reprinted in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher. Articles appearing in this journal are abstracted and indexed in Historical Abstracts and America: History and Life. SUBMISSIONS: The editor welcomes submission of articles and documents dealing with the history and culture of the Pacific Northwest, particularly the state of Oregon. Please write OHQ or visit the Web site at www.ohs.org to receive authors’ guidelines with a description of submission requirements and the types of articles accepted for the journal. Direct all submissions, books for review, and inquiries to Editor, Oregon Historical Quarterly, 1200 S.W. Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97205-2483, or e-mail eliza.canty-jones@ohs.org. MEMBERSHIP: Basic individual membership in the Oregon Historical Society is $60, which includes a subscription to OHQ. A separate subscription to OHQ is $44 per year; the institutional rate is $68; institutional electronic subscriptions are available via ProjectMUSE. Teachers and seniors (60 and older) receive a 10 percent discount. Questions regarding membership or subscription should be directed to Membership Office, Oregon Historical Society, 1200 S.W. Park Avenue, Portland, OR 972052483 ; (503) 222-1741. BACK ISSUES: Single copies of OHQ are available. For more information, write museumstore@ohs.org or call (503) 306-5230. POSTMASTER: Please send address changes to Oregon Historical Quarterly, Membership Office, Oregon Historical Society, 1200 S.W. Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97205. Periodicals postage paid at Portland, Oregon, and additional mailing offices. COVER IMAGE: See back cover. www.ohs.org The Journal of Record for Oregon History in this issue White Supremacy and Early-Twentieth-Century Oregon Art Portland Jobs with Justice Exhibit Essay Oral History with Workers’ Rights Advocate Margaret Butler THE JOURNAL OF RECORD FOR OREGON HISTORY ON SEPTEMBER 8, 1965, more than 800 Filipino farm workers, affiliated with the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee (AWOC), walked off grape vineyards in and around Delano, California, to protest years of poor pay and working conditions. The National Farm Workers Association (NFWA), led by César Chávez, joined the cause one week later in what would become a five-year strike that included consumer boycotts, marches, and nonviolent resistance inspired by the civil rights movement. NFWA called for its first boycott in December 1965, aimed at the Schenley Industries liquor company, which was the second largest grape grower in Delano. Supporters gathered at liquor stores and bars across the country, including in Oregon, to protest the sale of Schenley products. Here, picketers show solidarity with farm workers in front of a state liquor store in Portland, Oregon. This image, published on March 4, 1966, in the Valley Migrant League’s Opportunity News, is viewable online on OHS Digital Collections. OHS Research Library, Org. Lot 74, box 3, neg. 0401 Oregon Historical Quarterly Spring 2022 Volume 123, Number 1 photo credit: OHS Research Library, Coll 827, b1, f47 ARTICLE “The Coming of the White Man,” Onetime Oregon White Supremacist Icon by Jeffry Uecker EXHIBIT ESSAY Building Solidarity for 30 Years Portland Jobs with Justice by Nikki Mandell OREGON VOICES Oral History with Margaret Butler Advocate for Workers’ Rights and Jobs with Justice...

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ISSN
2329-3780
Print ISSN
0030-4727
Launched on MUSE
2022-05-19
Open Access
No
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