National, International and Tribal

A quail
A quail stands in the grass in Wallowa. (Photo courtesy Debbie Lind)
The citizens of the United States, through our federal government, own more than half the land in Oregon. Oregon’s position on the Pacific Rim has resulted in strong ties between Oregon and other nations. Oregon has nine federally recognized tribes, who have distinct relationships with state government. This section contains information about the federal government, representatives of other nations, and tribes in Oregon. 

U.S. Senators 

U.S. Representatives 

U.S. Officials 

Political Parties 

Consular Corps

Indian Tribes 

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