The museum’s permanent exhibit entitled 1867–2017 Oregon’s Iron Jubilee: Celebrating the First Iron Furnace on the Pacific Coast was curated by historian Susanna Kuo and designed by Corinna Campbell-Sack.
Displays include City-owned artifacts, which have never before been on public display, as well as items from the Society’s collection.
A sample exhibit panel is displayed left. See what happened in 1867! August 24, 1867, was a day for rejoicing when the first pig iron was cast in Oswego and the dream of freeing Oregon from imported iron started to become a reality.