Lan Su Chinese Garden, 239 Northwest Everett Street, Portland, OR 97209, United States
2.俄勒冈大屠杀纪念碑Oregon Holocaust Memorial, 97205 Southwest Washington Way, Portland, OR 97205, United States.
Oregon Holocaust Memorial, 97205 Southwest Washington Way, Portland, OR 97205, United States.
First United Methodist Church Portland Oregon, 1838 S.W. Jefferson St., Portland.The church, established in 1848, was Portland's first church.
蔚蓝美德宣教公园.Willamette Mission State Park, 10991 Wheatland Rd NE, Gervais, OR 97026, United StatesPark: 503-393-1172(Heritage Landmark of The United Methodist Church)
Points of interest at this Heritage Landmark: This landmark marks the site where in 1843, Rev. Jason Lee established Willamette Mission, the place where U.S. government began in the Pacific Northwest. The compound included a Mission House which served as a school, chapel, and living quarters. From a platform across Mission Lake, visitors can view a steel skeleton which replicates the dimensions, orientation, and chimney locations of the original mission.
The Jason Lee statue on the grounds of the State Capitol, Salem. Oregon State Capitol and Grounds, 900 Court Street N.E., Salem, Oregon.
The Reverend Jason Lee's Methodist missionary group went to the Willamette Valley in 1834 to bring the "Word of God" to the Native Americans Jason. Lee is now recognized as the founder of Oregon's capital city of Salem, and the founder of Willamette University.
Salem First United Methodist Church, Salem 600 State St, Salem, OR 97301
The Willamette Heritage Center
1313 Mill St SE, Suite 200, Salem, Oregon 97301（(https://www.willametteheritage.org/whc-map/)
李杰生住屋及总部办公室.Jason Lee House: Served as headquarters for Methodist Mission operations in the Oregon Country; it also hosted meetings of the early provisional government and served as an early post office.
Willamette University, 900 State Street, Salem, OR 97301, United States