Oregon Exhibits at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition

Exhibits displayed a variety of products chosen to highlight the value and growing importance of Oregon's contributions to the nation's economy and culture. They often promoted industry by featuring products made from the state's forests, agricultural fields, fishing grounds, or mines. Photographic exhibits revealed Oregon's great scenic beauty to an American population increasingly interested in tourism.

Mining Exhibit

Mining Exhibit

 

Agricultural Exhibit

Agricultural Exhibit

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