David Sarasohn

David Sarasohn (born August 17, 1950) is a columnist and managing editor for The Oregonian newspaper in Portland, Oregon. Prior to joining The Oregonian, Sarasohn was a writer with Oregon magazine and a professor of history at Reed College. He earned a PhD in American History at UCLA.[1] In addition to his columns on current affairs, Sarasohn is noted for his pithy and incisive restaurant reviews in The Oregonian. He also authored the books, Party of Reform: Democrats in the Progressive Era[1] (University Press of Mississippi, 1989) and Waiting for Lewis and Clark[1] (Oregon Historical Society Press, 2005). Sarasohn is the father of two sons.

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  1. ^ a b c "The Authors of the OE". The Oregon Encyclopedia. Retrieved November 8, 2011.

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American Protective Association

The American Protective Association (APA) was an American anti-Catholic secret society established in 1887 by Protestants. The organization was the largest anti-Catholic movement in the United States during the latter part of the 19th century, showing particular regional strength in the Midwest. The group grew rapidly during the early 1890s before collapsing just as abruptly in the aftermath of the election of 1896.

Unlike the more powerful Know Nothing movement of the 1850s, the APA did not establish its own independent political party, but rather sought to exert influence by boosting its supporters in campaigns and at political conventions, particularly those of the Republican Party. The organization was particularly concerned about Roman Catholic influence in the public school system as well as unfettered Catholic immigration and what was seen as growing Catholic control of the political establishments of major American cities.

Attaining a six figure membership at its peak in early 1896, the organization's collapse was rapid, with only a hollow shell remaining by 1898. The rump organization was finally terminated in 1911 with the death of its founder.

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Irving Street Kitchen

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Peter DeFazio

Peter Anthony DeFazio (born May 27, 1947) is the U.S. Representative for Oregon's 4th congressional district, serving since 1987. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district includes Eugene, Springfield, Corvallis, Roseburg, Coos Bay and Florence. He is the dean of Oregon's House of Representatives delegation and a founder of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. A native of Massachusetts and a veteran of the United States Air Force Reserves, he previously served as a county commissioner in Lane County, Oregon.

Portland Building

The Portland Building, alternatively referenced as the Portland Municipal Services Building, is a 15-story municipal office building located at 1120 SW 5th Avenue in downtown Portland, Oregon. Built at a cost of US$29 million, it opened in 1982 and was considered architecturally groundbreaking at the time. The building houses offices of the City of Portland and is located adjacent to Portland City Hall. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2011. The building is currently closed for reconstruction, which began in December 2017 and is due to last about three years.

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