Oregon Blue Book
|Author||Oregon Secretary of State, comp.|
|Subject||Oregon History, Government|
|Publisher||Oregon Secretary of State|
|Media type||Book: Trade Paper|
The Oregon Blue Book is the official directory and fact book for the U.S. state of Oregon copyrighted by the Oregon Secretary of State and published by the Office of the Secretary's Archives Division. As Governor Ted Kulongoski notes in his introduction for the 2005–2006 edition, it "provides information about our culture, our ecology, and our government... Here you'll find information on state, county, and local government, government officials, boards and commissions, and our judiciary."
The Blue Book comes in both print and online editions. Oregon Revised Statutes require the secretary of state to publish the print edition "biennially on or about February 15 of the same year as the regular sessions of the Legislative Assembly," which are during odd-numbered years; it has been so published since 1911. The online edition is updated regularly, often daily, and is a superset of the printed version.
|This article is outdated. (November 2014)|
Recent print editions include:
- 2005–6 edition: ISBN 0-9669719-3-0
- 2003–4 edition: ISBN 0-9669719-2-2
- 2001–2 edition: ISBN 0-9669719-1-4
- 1999–2000 edition: ISBN 0-9669719-0-6
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