Native American History

This tour highlights the key points of interests related to Native American and Indigenous history on campus. This project was created and developed by the Native American and Indigenous Studies Academic Residential Community in 2018. For a full listing of all locations see: https://maps.uoregon.edu/indigenous

The Oregon Tribal Flagpoles

The Oregon Tribal Flagpole project started in 2012 when the Native American Student Union (NASU) and students from the School of Business began proposing the idea of flagpoles in honor of tribes throughout the state of Oregon. A group of six students…

Kalapuya Talking Stones

The Kalapuya Talking Stones were installed in December 2002 in the Whilamut Natural Area of Alton Baker Park. The stones were quarried from a basalt deposit in traditional Kalapuya territory and were designed to serve as an education and cultural…
Many thanks to the following contributors:

Native American and Indigenous Studies Academic Residential Community

Native American Student Union