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Expanding Our Shared Past in Astoria
Published: 06/28/2018
Photo by Beth Wise

Clatsop County Historical Society opened a new permanent exhibit at the Heritage Museum in Astoria, Oregon.

The Bounty of Clatsop County, a new permanent exhibit, is now open at the Heritage Museum in Astoria. This exhibit examines historic and contemporary uses of natural resources and encourages conversation about the region's heritage and economy. Museum visitors will learn about historic logging, fishing and farming, as well as these industries' connections to present-day businesses and the region's increased focus on tourism. The Heritage Museum is operated by Clatsop County Historical Society and is located on the corner of 16th and Exchange Streets in Astoria.

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