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Tualatin Historical Society and Heritage Center [OR]

The Tualatin Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Tualatin, Oregon, settled circa 1850. To this end, the society operates the Tualtin Heritage Center, located within a 1926 Craftsmen-style church. Collection highlights include mastodon tusks and molars, Native American artifacts, an 1879 ox yoke, and Missoula flood objects. The center grounds include heritage gardens. The land was originally inhabited by the Atfalati tribe of the Kalapuya people.

The society offers exhibits, heritage gardens, and a family archive for genealogical research.

 
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