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Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society

 

HOW TO REACH US TABLE OF CONTENTS WHAT'S NEW EVERYDAY THINGS ORGANIZATION HUGO MAP LAND USE HISTORY WILDFLOWERS STORYTELLING GALLERY SCENIC VISTAS BROCHURES DISCLAIMER

BROCHURES FOR AN INFORMED CITIZENRY

The Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society (Hugo Neighborhood and/or HUNAHS) has an education program in the form of a series of brochures that attempt to be responsive to land use and history issues in our community. The use of "HUNAHS" is, we hope, a way to use the magic vowel "U" in the word Hugo so we too can have our own county-wide catchword. Say it like you say Hugo, HU-NAHS.
 
The Hugo Neighborhood promotes the social welfare of our Hugo neighbors by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and researching its rich local history, including story telling and oral histories, and encouraging neighbor's interest in the history of the Hugo area, in their geographic place, in their community.
Investigate and talk to your neighbor before you act on land use issues. It would be advisable for you to become knowledgeable about the Josephine County Comprehensive Plan and Josephine County Rural Land Development Code in order to help your neighbors with understanding their land use standards.

Available Brochures

HISTORY
Applegate Trail Fords Brochure Series
Applegate Trail Program Brochures & Early Inventory Brochures
Auto Camps
Diaries, Journals, Letters & Reminiscences
General Land Office (GLO)Survey Notes
General Land Office Maps
Hugo Native American Program
Hugo's Early Settlers Brochure Series
Hugo's Historic and Present Day Trails Brochures
Hugo's Home Graves
Hugo's Insulator Brochure Series
Hugo's Moderns Brochure Series
Hugo's Orchards Series
Hugo's Pioneer Brochure Series
Hugo's Trapper Trail Brochure Series
Inventory Brochures
Other Surveys & Maps
Post Offices: Hugo Region
Railroad  Brochures
Stage Station Brochure Series
LAND USE
Citizen Involvement Issues
Water Assessment Series
Justice System Exploratory Committee
ORGANIZATION
Committees
Officers
MISCELLEOUS
1856 Wagon Trail Inventory
Agricultural Lands of Dickerson's Corner
Attempt To Re-zone Dickerson's Corner From Exclusive Farm To Rural Residential
Going Local
Granite Tombstone Quarry Site
Hugo Community Church History Project
Hugo Community Sign Dedication
Hugo Historic Building Inventory
Hugo's Dream Of A Neighborhood Park
Inventory of Hugo's Cultural Assets
IRR Series
Is Your Property Forestland & In A Wildfire Hazard Zone?
Josephine County Tax Rolls: 1859, 1860, 1861
Junk Cars
Lynch Ranch Series
Memorial to Holger Sommer
Metal Detector Project
Oral History Agreements
Oregon City Size & Tax Rate
Pleasant Valley Cemetery
Seeking Applicants For Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society Directors
Self-Guided Tour - Granite Tombstone Quarry Site
Soil Surveys
Southern Oregon Toll-Free Region?
What Is The Capacity Of Your Fire Hazard Area?

Attitude Respect the views of your neighbors. Take care of them and they will take care of you.

Communicate Get to know your neighbors; they can help you and maybe you can help them.

Develop Your History Develop your own personal oral history. The quality of rural life in Hugo is enhanced through citizen knowledge of its history and the sense of community that a historical perspective facilitates.

Take Care Of Your Place Become involved in your geographic place, in your community. Local community involvement rewards everybody.

More Information Want more information or a specific brochure? Contact an officer of the Hugo Neighborhood on how you can get a specific brochure and become involved in your community.

(For contact info:  see web page for ORGANIZATION/Officers)

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2012 Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society