|Oregon’s only bicentennial chapter derives the name from the Indians who lived in the foothills of the Siskiyou Mountains above Stuart Creek, now known as Bear Creek, Little Butte Creek, and at the base of Snowy Butte, now called Mount McLoughlin. The Latgwa (Latgawa) Indians were a separate tribe closely allied with the Takelma and the Shasta. In the Takelma language the name Latgwa means ‘those living in the uplands’.|
Regent: Lillian Eaton Stewart
Recording Secretary: Elizabeth Pischel
Treasurer: Lois Wright
Registrar: Eva Goin
Our chapter meetings alternate between Saturday mornings in Ashland and early evenings on Thursdays in Jacksonville. Our sincerest hope is that one of those meeting days will fit your schedule. Would you like to join us for a meeting? Please contact Chapter Regent Lillian Eaton Stewart for the next meeting date and location.
Web page created by Beverly Przybylski (Aug 3, 2006) and maintained by Lillian Eaton Stewart