Flavor of a Working Class Ethnic Neighborhood
Albina was the terminus of the first trans-continental railroad and an independent city before being incorporated into Portland in 1891. This was historically a neighborhood with a relatively high percentage of African-Americans.
In the mid-20th century this district was an “urban sacrifice” area for the building of Memorial Coliseum and I-5. There are places and spaces remaining in this neighborhood that evoke the late 19th and early 20th century flavor of a working class ethnic neighborhood.
Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider
1813 NE 2nd Ave
Portland, OR 97212
Approx. 2 1/2 hours
Easy – covers about one mile of easy urban terrain.
Dress for the weather!
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