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We exist to inspire, entertain, educate and involve our local community and visitors from around the world, in the stewardship of our unique history.
We exist to inspire, entertain, educate and involve our local community and visitors from around the world, in the stewardship of our unique history.

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A.R. Bowman Museum
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By Frances Juris and Elaine Thompson Note: This story was written for a Crook County Pageant in Prineville in 1987. In 1936 I bought the old Crook County Bank building at the southeast corner of  3rd and Main Sts., and for the next thirty-four years I…
Arthur Ray Bowman
Arthur Ray Bowman
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Written December 8, 1960 I was born, one of 12 children, on a farm at Slade, Kentucky on October 26,1884, and lived on this farm until 1904 when I set out to go west, having in mind to join my brother near Greenland, Colorado where he was telegraph…
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Note: Jacob L. Barnhouse and his wife Martha Washington Conger Barnhouse were early settlers in the Mountain Creek vicinity east of Mitchell.  The region was in old Crook County in 1882.  This story was written by a descendant of Jacob and Martha.  It…
Barnhouse Story of 1879
Barnhouse Story of 1879
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From Central Oregonian 1963 In the year 1906, John Knox and his wife, Grace, a bride of two months, planned to eat Christmas dinner at the home of one of John’s sisters.  Twenty or more people including members of the Knox family and two or three old…
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Watch for these exciting speakers coming up for May at the Museum!
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May at the Museum- the Bowman Museum - Thursday May 14, 2015
 
Our Journey with Food
By Author Tammera Karr
 
TAMMERA  J. KARR, PhD, is an author, public speaker, educator and clinician. Tammera has served as a nutrition advisor to wellness programs, presented for community college education programs, and currently writes a weekly health column, reviews and contributes to national board exams, and is a contributor to online newsletters.
 
 A Native Oregonian, Tammera established an Integrative Medicine Partnership in 2006 and currently works in a clinical setting with others to provide clients with tools to take control of their health. Tammera provides personalized nutrition consultations, in states not restricted in person, phone or through the internet. Her clinical and education practice is ever-evolving to meet the needs of clients, the public and fellow practitioners striving to empower those they meet.
 
The program takes place at the Bowman Museum Annex, 238 N. Main Street in Prineville.  Admission is free. The program starts at 6:30.  The series is co-hosted by Friends of Crook County Library and the Crook County Historical Society/Bowman Museum.
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