The City of Eugene is celebrating its 150th birthday! Explore Eugene's history with the Hunting for History video series!
Part 1: Skinner's Donation Land Claim
Learn how the City of Eugene's founder, Eugene Skinner, obtained his land.
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Part 2: Eugene's Historic Trees
Eugene is well known for its trees. Learn about their history.
Part 3: Eugene's Graveyard Stories
Many of the City of Eugene's founders are buried at the beautiful Masonic Cemetery. Explore this unique cultural landscape.
Part 4: Eugene's Historical Sculptures
Eugene is full of public art. Learn about eight figurative sculptures of important people from Eugene's history.
Hunting for History Part 5: The Kalapuya Talking Stones
Learn about the Kalapuya people and the Kalapuya Talking Stones in Eugene's Whilamut Natural Area.
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