Lebanon Genealogical Society

55 Academy St. - Lebanon, Oregon  97355

 

The society meets monthly on the first Friday of the month, 12:30 p.m.

in the Community Room of the Lebanon Public Library, 55 Academy Street.

Dues are $10.00 per year. Newcomers and guests are always welcome!

Contacts are Colleen Cook 541-928-8926 or Pat Dunn 541-258-5062.

Lebanon Genealogical Society meeting announcement

 November 8th at 12:30 pm

Kittie Buckner will speak to us on the Chautauqua programs from the late 19th and early 20th century.

They began as adult education talks and later had entertainment programs as well.

 

            December 5th at 12:30 pm

Fred Schafer - President of the National Association of Atomic Veterans, Inc.

will share adventures of their participation during World War II

 

Things you will find on our Resources Page

o Research Aids and Books for Sale
o Research available from society members
o Resources in our genealogy room at the library
o Online Cemetery Records
o Census Records
o Online Research Data
o School Records
o Military Lists
o Query/Obituary/Surname Boards
o Linn County Mailing Lists
o Linn County Resources at the Oregon State Archives

o Address & Phone List

o Links

o History of Lebanon Schools

 

LINN HISTORICAL EVENTS

Lebanon the "City that Friendliness Built," is located along the Santiam River in western Oregon near the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in Linn County.  It is home to the World's Largest Strawberry Shortcake, which is served at the annual Strawberry Festival. The Strawberry Festival has been celebrated the first week in June every year since 1909.

 

Questions or suggestions about this site may be sent to Roger Bury Webmaster of the Lebanon Genealogical Society,  

(c) Lebanon Genealogical Society
Site originally created July 1997 by Janice Phillips
Last updated October 30, 2014 01:42 PM

 

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