he Sons and Daughters of Oregon Pioneers was established by the children of the elderly members of the Oregon Pioneer Association to assist them in carrying out their desire to memorialize those that came to the Oregon Country, founded our civil and military governments, and pioneered our basic industries.
In 1901 the organization was incorporated, with it's principle place of business and meeting, in Portland, Oregon. There are more than 1200 members worldwide.
he purpose of the organization shall be to bring together the descendants of the pioneers for social, literary and other purposes of mutual benefit, and to perpetuate in the minds of its members, their descendants, and the general public, the memories of the intrepid Pioneers. The goals are to educate interested persons in the history of the Pioneers and restore and preserve historic locations without sacrificing any of their significance.
Banquet - February
All direct line descendants of the pioneers who arrived and settled in the Oregon Country, Oregon Territory, or Washington Territory prior to Oregon statehood, February 14, 1859 are eligible for membership in the Sons and Daughters of Oregon Pioneers.
New Members: $25.00 includes Pioneer Certificate & Pin
Junior New Member: Birth to 18: $12.00 includes Pioneer Certificate & Pin
Pioneer Certificates for current members
For application or further information contact:
Sons and Daughters
of Oregon Pioneers
Mr. Merle Miller
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