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Albina, Oregon

The Frederick Torgler Building was built in 1894 in the city of Albina

Albina is a historical American city that was consolidated into Portland, Oregon in 1891.

Albina was laid out in 1872 with a East Portland, and Albina were consolidated into one city.

Albina comprises the modern Portland neighborhoods of Eliot, Boise, Humboldt, Irvington, King, Overlook, and Piedmont.

See also

External links

  • Albina Riot, 1967
  • History of the Albina Plan Area
  • Albina Community Plan
  • Boise and Eliot: Local historian's quest protects black history
  • Bleeding Albina: A History of Community Disinvestment, 1940-2000


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