National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
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The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), a Department of the Interior agency. The BLM is assisted by the Trail Tenders, Inc., a local non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.The Oregon Trail Interpretive Center tells the story of the emigrant experience through exhibits, programs, films and special events. The Center focuses on six themes related to westward migration and settlement.
*Pioneer Life on the Oregon Trail
*Mountain Men and early Trail Travelers
*Native Americans along the Oregon Trail
*Natural History along the Trail and in Eastern Oregon
*Mining and Early Settlement
*History of the General Land Office – Grazing Service – Bureau of Land Management
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