Oregon Archaeological Records Remote Access (OARRA)
The Oregon SHPO hosts and
administers the Oregon Archaeological Records Remote Access (OARRA). A
GIS based web portal with information on documented archaeological
resources and archaeological survey reports.
Who can get OARRA access?
OARRA is available only to professional archaeologists and researchers who meet one of the following criteria.
- Are an Oregon Qualified Archaeologist
- Are a current member of the Register of Professional Archaeologists
- Work for an Agency, Tribe, contractor with a bachelor's degree in archaeology and four years work experience
- Graduate student working under a faculty member that meets one of the above criteria
How to get OARRA access
Please fill out the following application and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to attach all necessary documentation to your email.
Found an error?
If you found an error and would like to
report it to make OARRA better please log in and click on the “Feedback” button
in the top right corner. This will
automatically alert SHPO staff without having to hunt us.
Need to update your account or has your account expired?
you only had 1 year of access to OARRA your account may have expired. Please
fill out a new application and submit it.
You will get an email when your account has been reactivated. If you are having any other issues, please
see the Managing Your Accounts Guide for additional trouble shooting.
See the OARRA User Guide to assist you in navigating OARRA.
Access OARRAArchaeology Bibliographic Database
This resource allows you to search all of the reports that are in the SHPO Archaeological Library. You are able to search by location, author, year published, keywords, or title. After you log into your site form account, click “Report Search" in the upper left hand corner for access to the database. These documents can then be viewed through OARRA (https://maps.prd.state.or.us/shpo/archaeoview.html
). If a document is in the SHPO Archaeological Library but not on OARRA please contact SHPO archaeological staff with the biblio number and they will be able to provide a digital copy of the document.