Sherman County Historical Society and Museum
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News Release
July 6, 2011
World War II VewteransProject

Moro, Oregon –The Sherman County Historical Museum offers a collaborative project for volunteers interested in Sherman County’s World War II veterans.
Volunteers – including students seeking community service hours – are invited to study the records and stories of WWII veterans in the Museum collections and exhibits, and interview veterans with a goal to enroll them in the WWII Registry of Remembrances. The Registry is managed by the National WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Resources at the Museum include rosters, newspaper articles, published and unpublished veterans’ stories, and photographs.
On-line resources include Oregon WWII Casualties: Navy, Marine and Coast Guard by veteran’s name and city at and  Army and Army Air Force by county (13 from Sherman County) at with an explanation of abbreviations in Foreword.
Please contact the Museum at or contact Sherry at    

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