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Population:
171,800+
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Number of active lawyers:
800+
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Featured Lawyers in Salem

Dunn & Roy, PC

22 years in practice
Personal Injury
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Lance D. Youd Attorney At Law

28 years in practice
Divorce & Family Law, Personal Injury
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Shlesinger & Devilleneuve Attorneys

28 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
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Saucy & Snow, P.C.

13 years in practice
Divorce & Family Law
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Lance D. Youd Attorney At Law

28 years in practice
Divorce & Family Law, Personal Injury
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Loren Collins P.C.

39 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Employment Law, Wrongful Death
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About Salem, Oregon

Three capitol buildings were built in Salem, Oregon. The two-story, two-month-old state house was burned to the ground in December 1855. The site of the original was used to build Oregon's second capitol building in 1876. Partly inspired by the U.S. Capitol Building, the Revival-style building. In 1893, the distinctive copper dome was added to the building. This building was also set on fire in 1935. In 1938, the site was home to the third and current Oregon State Capitol. It can be identified by the distinctive pioneer statue that sits atop its capitol dome. Officially, it is called the Oregon Pioneer.

Salem has been a major center for agriculture since its inception. The city has celebrated this tradition in many ways. The Oregon State Agricultural Association chose Salem as the permanent location for the Oregon State Fair in 1861. Because of its past importance in the cherry-growing industry, Salem has been nicknamed "Cherry City". In 1903, the first cherry festival was held in Salem. It was an annual event that featured parades and the election of a cherry queen. This continued until after World War I. The Salem Cherryland Festival was revived briefly in the 1940s.

 

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