6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Deepwood, Parking on the corner of 12th and Lee
Presented by Friends of Deepwood
Struggles and Realities of Western Settlement
General Wool’s Challenge to Imaginings of a West without Indians
by Max G.Geier, Ph.D.
Max G. Geier [Ph.D.] is Professor of History, retired, Western Oregon University, specializing in 19th and 20th century North American history with a focus on community development in the states and provinces of the western U.S. and Canada. He has authored two books on the History of Forest Science Research in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, and a third book that is due out in Fall 2015 is entitled The Color of Night: Oregon’s Murdered War Bride, Train Workers, and Race, 1942-45. He currently lives in Seattle, Washington and is working on a fourth book-length project that explores the themes and topics introduced in this presentation.
Members - FREE
Non-Members - $5
Questions - call us at (503)363-1825
4:00 - 6:00 PM
Deepwood - Parking on 12th and Lee
The Board of Directors will be hosting the 2014 Member’s Only Open House on December 20th. We encourage all Friends of Deepwood members, to join us from 4:00 to 6:00 PM to see the house for the Holidays without the crowds, meet the new Executive Director, and vote on the Board of Directors.
We will also we celebrating the unveiling of the newly restored Fisherman’s Family painting. This painting was owned by the builder of Deepwood, Dr. Luke Port, and was donated back to the house by his great granddaughter.
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Members Only Event - See our Membership page for more information on how to become a member.
or by calling (503) 363-1825
Matinee Performance (3:00–4:30PM) — Bring your family!
Evening Performance (7:00–8:30PM) — Dessert and beverages
Historic Deepwood Estate
1116 Mission Street SE
Salem, OR 97302
Join CoActive Connections at the Historic Deepwood Estate for refreshments, traditional storytelling and good company to enhance your holiday season! Watch a unique performance of a classic tale, performed entirely by one man — Rickie Birran of Man of Words.
All proceeds from the event will benefit CoActive Connections, who trains educators, health providers, and other organizations about the realities of poverty.
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11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Historic Deepwood Estate
Free Parking at the corner of 12th and Lee
December 7th - Bonnie Hodge on the Harp
December 21st - George Fulton, Pianist
FREE - Bring the whole family!