Loyce Martinazzi was born and raised in Tualatin and is passionate about Tualatin History. She is currently Master of Winona Grange, Co-Founder of the Tualatin Historical Society and Co-Author of Tualatin… From the Beginning.
We are proud to bring to you stories of Tualatin past and present from our very own Tualatin Historian.
|You Get a Line and I’ll Get a Pole||When Johnny Comes Marching Home||Tualatin’s Wonderful Award Winning Parks||Tualatin’s Old Brick School – Gone But Not Forgotten…||Tualatin’s Old Bachelors|
|Tualatin’s Fire History||Tualatin Riverkeepers Celebrate River History Day||Tualatin Oregon…Going to the Dogs with Blue Mountain Pet Food||Tualatin in the Teens||Tualatin Experiences War, Growth & Change|
|There Were Giants in the Earth in Those Days…||The Master Craftsman of Boones Ferry Road||The Great Onion Flats, Gone Forever||The Changing Face of Boones Ferry Rd||Murder and Intrigue in Old Tualatin|
|Mayday||Lost in Fox Hills||Karen Lafky Nygaard, 1925-2011 November 2011||Kalapuyans Return to Tualatin January 2012||In Tualatin the 20s Roared then came crashing down April 2013|
|Hillar and Jane Ibach June 2010||Good Eats! June 2012||Five Generations of the Sagert Family Custom Farming Business Aug 2010||Crime and Punishment in Old Tualatin April 2012||Country Club Celebrates 100 years in Tualatin December 2012|
|Community Parks “Tualatin Mill Company” Origins June 2011||City of Tualatin… 100 Years Old! January 2013||Brown’s Ferry Blues||Boomtown-Tualatin in the 1970’s|
|Slum town to uptown||Toys and Joy Makers in Old Tualatin||Avery Street: What Comes First, the Chicken or the Egg?||Winona Grange’s “Garden Party”|