Cedar Mill Library
Cedar Mill Community Library's two oral history collections contain fascinating stories of immigration, community activism, and a variety of lenses and perspectives on living and working in Oregon.
Browse all the oral histories contributed by Cedar Mill Community Library.
The Founders' Oral History collection contains stories of the community activists that founded the library. They share memories of the grassroots movement that became today's Cedar Mill Community Library.
The Community Oral History collection was created in honor of Oregon's sesquicentennial. Sunset High School history teacher Matt Hiefield and Cedar Mill Librarian Mark Richardson supervised Sunset High School students as they interviewed local immigrants and descendants of immigrants to demonstrate the importance of immigration in the community.