Native Americans established Oregon long before settlers came to the territory. Their skills, culture, and way of life reflected in their tools, art, and clothing.
To find a Native American artifact is to uncover an important piece of history.
At The Living Rock Studios, there are a number of Native American artifacts that were donated to the studios through the years. A stone bowl created and used by the Calapuya Indians, an ax head, a historic map of all the reservations in Oregon, and a rock carving are just a few of the artifacts on display.
Also, Howard B. Taylor admired Indian artifacts and made several Indian arrowheads throughout the years from obsidian and other stones.
Oregon Indian Tribes
Oregon tribal governments are separate sovereigns with powers to protect the health, safety and welfare of their members and to govern their lands. This section describes each of the state's nine tribes with information about the economy, points of interest, history, and culture.
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10:00 am – 5:00 pm
There is no set cost, but a donation of $3 per person is requested. We are unable to accept credit cards at the studios. Cash only please.
Reservations are suggested for groups of 10+. To schedule a tour, call (541) 466-5814.