The Sherman County Historical Museum Store - Moro, Oregon
Sherman County Historical Society and Museum
Open Daily 10 until 5 May through October

The Museum Store offers exciting new products: a signature t-shirt with a windmill, wind turbine and wheat design in several colors; locally-made Sherman County Rocky Roads (chocolates), Cups of Toffee in a Sherman County Historical Museum mug and wheat-embroidered kitchen towels and bread basket liners; decorative baskets; walking sticks; and red, white and blue metal stars in various sizes for house and yard. Our replica 1925 Ladies Aid cookbook excerpts give us a peek at recipes before “Betty Crocker.”

Old favorites are our signature jams, honey and fruit syrups to go with the delicious pancake mix, Windrift Hills hand lotions and soaps, a selection of books for all age groups, Sherman County postcards, toys, specialty gift items.
Local historians will find several items of interest: local stories by local authors in Sherman County: For the Record, our historical anthology published twice-yearly since 1983; the 1913 Sherman County Atlas on CD; Jane Kirkpatrick’s books Homestead and A Sweetness to the Soul (based on Jane Herbert Sherar); Sherman County Place Names by Sherry Kaseberg; and photo packets featuring the Sherar family and old time Sherman County main streets for all five towns dating to the 1880s and including a 1917 car show in Wasco.

Whatever you're looking for, take some time and browse the shelves, for there are always surprises to be found.


"They dug a shallow well and built the porch over it so that water was handy for the house from a pitcher fence around the yard, not a tree or plant, just a straggly vine to the left of the porch. But the house was always shiny clean...lamps were filled, with the chimneys washed."

Nellie Dingle Fields

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