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"The Land Remembers" is Rich Bergeman's photographic exploration of the landscapes that bore witness to Oregon's Rogue River Wars of the early 1850s. Largely forgotten today, the Rogue River Wars claimed more Oregon lives--both Native American and Euro-American--than any other armed conflict on the state's soil, and led to the forced removal of several tribes to the Siletz and Grand Ronde reservations. Over the last three years the Corvallis, Ore., photographer has explored hundreds of miles of back roads in the rugged Rogue River Country in search of sites from the war years. In a series of beautiful black-and-white infrared images, Bergeman brings the scale of history into focus with views of a sublime and enduring landscape that bore witness to those tragic events over 160 years ago.
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