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The state of Oregon, located in the Pacific Northwest, took statehood in 1859. Since then, countless beautiful, antique maps have been created for the state known for its lush green forests, rocky coastline, mountains, and high deserts.

In our historic map archives, we have dozens of old Oregon maps featuring every county, including Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Lane, Marion, Jackson, Deschutes, Linn, Douglas, and Yamhill.The most commonly requested maps for the state are typically for the cities of Portland, Salem, Eugene, Gresham, Hillsboro, Beaverton, Bend, Medford, Springfield, and Corvallis.

If you’re looking for a specific Oregon city or region map and can’t find it, contact us, and we will check our archives.
About Oregon
Nearly half of Oregon is forestland, and most of the state's population is in the west in Willamette Valley, which stretches from Portland (the state’s most populous city) to Eugene. Oregon's capital, Salem, is located south of Portland and north of Eugene.

The state's leading economic drivers are the lumber industry (the top lumber producer in the contiguous United States), fishing, agriculture, and technology (a cluster of high-tech companies in the Portland area are known as the Silicon Forest).

Major companies based in the state include Intel, Tektronix, Nike, Adidas, KinderCare Learning Centers, Columbia Sportswear, and FLIR Systems. Oregon is also home to seven universities. The most well-known are the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Portland State University, and Reed College.

Tourism is strong in Oregon. The state's natural features of green forests, mountains, waterfalls, rivers, lakes and coastal regions are a huge draw. For example, Multnomah Falls, a 620-foot waterfall that's the crown of the Columbia River Gorge, draws over 2 million visitors annually. And then there's the spectacular beauty of Crater Lake, which attracts over 700,000 people each year. Because it gets such heavy snowfall for several months of the year, it’s only open to tourists for a short season. Otherwise, that number would likely be much higher.

Oregon has many national park sites and monuments, but Crater Lake National Park is the only national park in the state. Crater Lake is an astounding 1,943 feet deep, the deepest lake in the United States. It was formed over 7,000 years ago when a volcano erupted and collapsed, and the remains of a cinder cone created islands in the middle of the lake (the largest is called Wizard Island). Crater Lake is also known for its intense blue color, which it maintains because its only water source is snow or rain.

Professional sports teams in Oregon include the Portland Trailblazers (NBA basketball), the Portland Timbers (men's soccer), and the Portland Thorns (women's soccer). And in college sports, there's an ongoing, long-time football rivalry between the Oregon State University Beavers and University of Oregon Ducks.

Some of the top celebrities born in Oregon include cartoonist Matt Groening (creator of the Simpsons), actress Sally Struthers, actor River Phoenix, former figure skater Tonya Harding, long-distance runner Steve Prefontaine, and Tommy Thayer, lead guitarist of KISS.

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Vintage Oregon Maps
The state of Oregon, located in the Pacific Northwest, took statehood in 1859. Since then, countless beautiful, antique maps have been created for the state known for its lush green forests, rocky coastline, mountains, and high deserts.

In our historic map archives, we have dozens of old Oregon maps featuring every county, including Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Lane, Marion, Jackson, Deschutes, Linn, Douglas, and Yamhill.The most commonly requested maps for the state are typically for the cities of Portland, Salem, Eugene, Gresham, Hillsboro, Beaverton, Bend, Medford, Springfield, and Corvallis.

If you’re looking for a specific Oregon city or region map and can’t find it, contact us, and we will check our archives.
About Oregon
Nearly half of Oregon is forestland, and most of the state's population is in the west in Willamette Valley, which stretches from Portland (the state’s most populous city) to Eugene. Oregon's capital, Salem, is located south of Portland and north of Eugene.

The state's leading economic drivers are the lumber industry (the top lumber producer in the contiguous United States), fishing, agriculture, and technology (a cluster of high-tech companies in the Portland area are known as the Silicon Forest).

Major companies based in the state include Intel, Tektronix, Nike, Adidas, KinderCare Learning Centers, Columbia Sportswear, and FLIR Systems. Oregon is also home to seven universities. The most well-known are the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Portland State University, and Reed College.

Tourism is strong in Oregon. The state's natural features of green forests, mountains, waterfalls, rivers, lakes and coastal regions are a huge draw. For example, Multnomah Falls, a 620-foot waterfall that's the crown of the Columbia River Gorge, draws over 2 million visitors annually. And then there's the spectacular beauty of Crater Lake, which attracts over 700,000 people each year. Because it gets such heavy snowfall for several months of the year, it’s only open to tourists for a short season. Otherwise, that number would likely be much higher.

Oregon has many national park sites and monuments, but Crater Lake National Park is the only national park in the state. Crater Lake is an astounding 1,943 feet deep, the deepest lake in the United States. It was formed over 7,000 years ago when a volcano erupted and collapsed, and the remains of a cinder cone created islands in the middle of the lake (the largest is called Wizard Island). Crater Lake is also known for its intense blue color, which it maintains because its only water source is snow or rain.

Professional sports teams in Oregon include the Portland Trailblazers (NBA basketball), the Portland Timbers (men's soccer), and the Portland Thorns (women's soccer). And in college sports, there's an ongoing, long-time football rivalry between the Oregon State University Beavers and University of Oregon Ducks.

Some of the top celebrities born in Oregon include cartoonist Matt Groening (creator of the Simpsons), actress Sally Struthers, actor River Phoenix, former figure skater Tonya Harding, long-distance runner Steve Prefontaine, and Tommy Thayer, lead guitarist of KISS.

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