The old Morrow’s Nut House at Lloyd Center
"If a kid behaved while tagging along with his parents at Lloyd Center back in the day, the reward was often a stop at Morrow's Nut House. The corner store, just across the bridge that overlooks the ice rink, featured banks of windows displaying candy and nuts. Even though it was part of a chain -- there were once more than 300 stores in 39 states -- Morrow's felt rooted in Portland. A store opened downtown in the 1950s, and when the mall was completed in 1960, Morrow's was among early…
By the late 1880s, Willamette Falls Electric — another predecessor of Portland General Electric — has built the area’s first large-scale generation plant (Station A) at Willamette Falls in Oregon City.
The First People of Clackamas County, Oregon
describes the traditional way of life of the Kalapuya, Clackamas, and Molalla Indians of Clackamas County, Oregon, with text, illustrations, links, and bibliography.