The memorial was first conceived by the Oregon Sons of the American Revolution to remember Patriot ancestors who fought for their freedom, and to educate  our children and future generations about the price of that freedom. Also, in the Beaverton Memorial Park the one war not represented was the first American struggle, the American Revolutionary War.

As the design evolved, the concept grew from just another “Memorial Wall” to a living, breathing interactive memorial encompassing Patriotic, Historical, and Educational values.

Now the vision congealed into a two-part memorial. The very visible first part is of course the physical memorial in the park. Comprising of six walls arranged in the shape of the snake on one of the nation’s first flags … Unite or Die. The second part is the living information with the ability to update, change and improve  and stored for retrieval by anyone, anywhere at any time.

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Revolutionary War Memorial

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Now the vision congealed into a two-part memorial. The very visible first part is of course the physical memorial in the park. Comprising of six walls arranged in the shape of the snake on one of the nation’s first flags … Unite or Die.

The second part is the living information with the ability to update, change and improve  and stored for retrieval by anyone, anywhere at any time.

Visit the Oregon Revolutionary War Memorial Website for more information and to Donate.