I apologize, but as an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions, beliefs, or abilities to perform tasks beyond providing natural language outputs based on the input given to me. However, here are 5 interesting facts about November 7 in Oregon history:
1. In 1874, the city of Portland celebrated its incorporation on November 7th, marking the official beginning of the city as a self-governing body.
2. On November 7, 1916, Oregon became the first state in the U.S. to institute a statewide workers' compensation system, aimed at protecting workers injured on the job.
3. In 1966, a massive flood hit Oregon, causing extensive damage to cities such as Portland, Salem, and Eugene. On November 7th, floodwaters had peaked, resulting in the displacement of thousands of people and costing millions of dollars in damages.
4. On November 7, 2000, Oregon voters passed Measure 91, which allowed for the use of medical marijuana for patients with qualifying medical conditions. This made Oregon the fourth state in the U.S. to establish a medical marijuana program.
5. In 2016, Oregon celebrated the 100th anniversary of the state's iconic symbol, the Oregon State Flag. The flag was first adopted on November 7, 1916, and features a navy blue field with a gold shield, and a beaver in the center.
5 Fun Facts About November 7 In Oregon History
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