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Tualatin Academy was a secondary school in the US state of Oregon that eventually became Pacific University Tualatin Academy also refers to the National Register of Historic Places-listed college building constructed in 1850 to house the academy, also known as Old College Hall The building now serves as the Pacific University Museum, and is one of the oldest collegiate buildings in the western United States
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Congregational minister Harvey L Clark started a missionary school in 1841 just north of East Tualatin Plains, now Hillsboro1 The school was soon moved to West Tualatin Plains now Forest Grove where in 1847 Clark was joined by Tabitha Moffatt Brown, the Mother of Oregon1 The two then operated a school for settler’s children and Brown opened a school for orphans, opening in 184812 The Reverend Henry H Spalding’s wife Eliza was hired to teach at the school the first year2 In 1848, Presbyterians and Congregationalists determined to start a school with Clark and Brown’s school as the location3 The Oregon Territorial Legislature chartered the Tualatin Academy on September 29, 18491
Founding trustees of the school included Clark, P H Hatch, George H Atkinson, James M Moore, and Osborne Russell among others1 In 1854, when college classes were added, Pacific University was split from the Academy1 Tualatin Academy continued alongside the university until it was closed in 1914, at a time when many private high schools disappeared with the growth of public schools1
|US National Register of Historic Places|
|Building in 2009|
|Location||Forest Grove, Oregon|
|Coordinates||45°31′13″N 123°6′38″W / 4552028°N 12311056°W / 4552028; -12311056Coordinates: 45°31′13″N 123°6′38″W / 4552028°N 12311056°W / 4552028; -12311056|
|Architectural style||Colonial Revival|
|NRHP Reference #||74001722|
|Added to NRHP||February 12, 1974|
The Tualatin Academy building, now known as Old College Hall, is a two-story wood-frame structure4 Built by the community in July 1850 in barn raising fashion, it replaced a log cabin previously used by the school4 A second identical building was added 18 years after Old College Hall and named Academy Hall2 Academy Hall burned in 19105 Old College hall later was the Science Hall for the university and known as the Chem Shack to students from 1900 to 19506 In 1949, the science department moved out and the building was renamed as Old College Hall6 That year two rooms upstairs became the Pacific University Museum6The building in 1934
Sitting atop its hipped roof is an octagonal shaped louvered belfry, similar to one that was on the Oregon Institute building4 The rectangular shaped hall is divided by a centralized cross hall4 Colonial Revival in style,7 the structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places as Tualatin Academy on February 12, 1974 The downstairs of the building houses the Price Memorial Chapel and meeting space6 Currently it is the oldest college building in the state and is still used as a museum and chapel4
Pacific University Museumedit
The second floor of Old College Hall contains the Pacific University Museum with exhibits about the history of the University, including items from school founder Tabitha Brown, first school president Sidney Harper Marsh, alumni and friends Visits are by appointment with the Office of the President The museum opened in 1949 as part of the school's centennial celebration8
- ^ a b c d e f g Corning, Howard M Dictionary of Oregon History Binfords & Mort Publishing, 1956 p 190
- ^ a b c Buan, Carolyn M This Far-Off Sunset Land: A Pictorial History of Washington County, Oregon Donning Company Publishers, 1999
- ^ Horner, John B 1919 Oregon: Her History, Her Great Men, Her Literature The JK Gill Co: Portland p 159
- ^ a b c d e Walton, Elisabeth Oct 1973 "A Note on William W Piper and Academy Architecture in Oregon in the Nineteenth Century" The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 32 3: 231–238 JSTOR 988795 doi:102307/988795
- ^ Centers, Ken 2015 "Remember Forest Grove When: A Look at the City's Lost Treasures The Oregonian/OregonLive, Feb 14, 2015" The Oregonian/OregonLive Retrieved March 21, 2016
- ^ a b c d Colby, Richard N “Tour of time: An open house will make it easy to take in the county’s hidden treasures, historic and otherwise, in one swoop”, The Oregonian, April 23, 1998, West Zoner, p 1
- ^ "Site Information: Tualatin Academy" Oregon Historic Sites Database Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Retrieved 2008-10-04
- ^ http://wwwpacificuedu/catalog/servicesphpcatalogid=2 University Services & Resources: Old College Hall and the Pacific University Museum
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