First Japanese graduates of Pacific Universityhttp://mcel.pacificu.edu/as/students/meijistudents/
Graduating Class of 1876, the first Japanese students at Pacific University contains information regarding the first Japanese students to graduate from Pacific University: Hatsutara Tamra, Agero Nosei, and Kimpei Saito.
Oregon Historical Societyhttp://www.ohs.org/
The Oregon Historical Soceity pages are a useful source for information regarding Oregon history. The Historical Society runs a museum that is open to the public. Click on the link for more information regarding hours and featured exhibits.
The Pacific University Homepage contains everything you need to know about Pacific University!
Pacific University Asian Studies Pagehttp://mcel.pacificu.edu/as/home/as.html
The Asian Studies Page is a very popular site regarding Asian Studies at Pacific. The site contains many pages of very useful information regarding Asian history and culture.
Pacific University History Departmenthttp://mcel.pacificu.edu/history/dept/
The Pacific History Department pages contain theses concerning Pacific University history and other information. There are also links to each of the History professors.
Pacific University Libraryhttp://www.pacificu.edu/library/
The Pacific University Library contains everything you need to know about the library. Click the link for hours and services offered.
Preparing, Protecting, Preserving Family Treasureshttp://www.loc.gov/preserv/familytreasures/
Put forth by The Library of Congress, this site provides useful information on both preservation and recovery of family treasures such as books, audio/video tapes, photographs, and others.
Washington County Historical Societyhttp://www.washingtoncountymuseum.org/
The Washington County Historical Society is also a museum. This site focuses on the history of Washington County, in Oregon. Click on the link for more information regarding hours and featured exhibits.