From historical biographies to issues and events that have shaped our state, Oregon Experience is an exciting television series co-produced by OPB and the Oregon Historical Society. The series explores Oregon's rich past and helps all of us - from natives to newcomers - gain a better understanding of the historical, social and political fabric of our state.Visit Oregon Experience Website
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Ken Kesey's works have made him one of the best-known authors to ever emerge from Oregon.
From shanghaied sailors to opium dens, Portland's past is legendary. But how much is true?
The Hanford project was a gamble in American history that changed the world forever.
Early rural Southern Oregon is brought to life through photographs.
More than any other single person, Tom McCall helped shape the Oregon that we know today.
The story of Bhagwan in Eastern Oregon.
For decades, Oregon women worked to get the vote.
Find out how Oregon wine pioneers' risky experiment created a new industry in Oregon.
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Watch an excerpt from the Ken Kesey documentary about his 1964 cross-country trip.
In this segment, we asked members of Ken Kesey's family about his legacy.
Watch Merry Prankster Ken Babbs relates one of his many, many Ken Kesey stories.
Chemist Steve Buckingham describes how a Japanese balloon bomb briefly shut down Hanford.
B-reactor tour manager Russ Fabre tells why WWII Hanford workers bought a B-17 bomber.
Mona Wright talks about the development of the villages of Hanford and White Bluffs.
CJ Mitchell talks about why Hanford is important today.
Hanford all began with scientific knowledge and discovery.