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P.O. Box 35
Philomath, OR 97370
541.929.6230
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Tuesday - Saturday
10:00am - 4:30pm

Museum Store

The Benton County Historical Society museum store is located at our museum in Philomath. A few of our book titles are available for purchase online and are listed below.

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The World of the Kalapuya by Judy Rycraft Juntunen, May D. Dasch and Ann Bennett Rogers $16.95

"Drawn from archaeological sources, the writing of ethnographers and information passed down by kalapuya descendants, The World of the Kalapuya is a valuable compilation and analysis of the history and way of life of this people...." - Dr. Clifford Trow, Professor Emeritus of History, Oregon State University and Oregon State Senator from Benton County, 1975-2002

The World of the Kalapuya book

 

 

Oregon Trail Stories: True Accounts of Life in a Covered Wagon $9.95

This book offers a selection of intriguing narratives told in the pioneers’ own words. From the diary of a member of the Donner Party to an excerpt from the memoirs of a girl orphaned as her family made their way west, this book has a story with which you can relate.

Oregon Trail Stories: True Accounts of Life in a Covered Wagon

 

Oregon 1859: A Snapshot in Time by Janice Marschner $27.95

"Janice Marschner's timely addition to Oregon literature takes readers on a fact-filled and engaging tour of Oregon. More than just a geographic trip, this is a story about a special time in Oregon, the beginning of statehood. It is a guide to keep handy in the car, next to your geographic names and roadside geology books" - Chet Orloff, Director Emeritus Oregon Historical Society.

Oregon 1859 book

 


Camp Adair: The Story of a World War II Cantonment
by John H Baker $1
9.95

This book is about Camp Adair and the men who trained and served there while they prepared themselves for combat. It is a detailed and lovingly researched history of Camp Adair. Adair was used to train soldiers from 1942-44 and ranked as Oregon’s second-largest town during those years. This book is not only about one site or one camp, whose sole purpose was to provide training for war, but it is the story of all the camps and all the training programs and the surrounding communities that took these young Americans to their hearts and houses and let them know all America was home.
Camp Adair: The Story of a World War II Cantonment, John H Baker

Fort Hoskins Illustrated: An Archaeologist Reflects by David R. Brauner, Ph.D $14.95

For the first time the story of Fort Hoskins is presented in book form. Containing excerpts from letters and diaries that make the era come to life; the book is generously illustrated and includes a full-color gallery of contemporary photographs of some of the site’s most fascinating artifacts.
 

Fort Hoskins Illustrated, by David R. Brauner, Ph.D

 

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Philomath, Oregon
The Benton County Historical Society is a nonprofit corporation that operates museum facilities for the preservation of history and culture.  Its mission is to:

  1. Preserve the material and intellectual culture of Benton County, Oregon, by acquiring and caring for significant collections that illustrate and interpret the history of the area and its relationship to the world;
  2. Enrich people's lives through exhibitions and educational programs.