Doug Deur Coastal Tribes Presentation
Apr 21st 7:00pm
Cannon Beach History CenterWebsite
DOUG DEUR TO SPEAK AT CANNON BEACH HISTORY CENTER & MUSEUM
CANNON BEACH, Ore. – On Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 7:00 p.m., the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum welcomes Oregon author and Professor Dr. Doug Deur for a presentation on the history of coastal tribes. Deur will also be sharing his latest book, “Empires of the Turning Tides.” Published by the National Parks Service, his book illuminates the history of the many people who have called this region home and their relationship with the park landscapes, waters, and natural resources that continue to set the Columbia-Pacific region apart. The book will be available for purchase. The purchase will be donations directly to the museum.
Dr. Douglas Deur is a cultural geographer, known widely for his studies of Native American land and resource tradition, as well as the environmental and cultural histories of National Parks in the American West. He is a resident of Arch Cape and local history guru. In addition to everything else that Deur does, he serves as research professor in the Department of Anthropology at Portland State University and an adjunct professor in the University of Victoria (BC) school of Environmental Studies.
Dr. Deur has written a number of popular books on local tribal traditions, plant foraging, and history. For his presentation he will be sharing his latest book, but will also delve into local tribal lore and history.
The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum offers this presentation free to community. Refreshments will be available. The Museum is located at 1387 South Spruce Street in Cannon Beach, Oregon. They are open Thursday through Monday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00p.m. For more information visit (www.cbhistory.org) or call (503-436-9301).