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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2B64_peter-britt-a-passion-for-his-garden_Central-Point-OR.html
Peter Britt was one of Jacksonville's best known and respected pioneers. He is remembered for the pictures he took and the plants he grew. An avid gardener, Britt surrounded his home with ornamental shrubs and exotic trees, which he started pla…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2B4S_undermining-the-great-depression_Jacksonville-OR.html
Gold was first discovered on this portion of Jackson Creek in 1851. Mining continued at this site surrounding the Jacksonville Library for many years. During the 1930s, the decade of the Great Depression, Southern Oregon was a resurgence of its go…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2B4I_history-right-here-furniture-fabrication_Jacksonville-OR.html
Imagine a town hit by a citywide chair shortage. According to at least one pioneer of 1852 this happened in early day Jacksonville. Word of situation must have reached Yreka, California, where carpenter and builder David Linn was mining for gol…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2B4G_peter-britt-man-of-culture-and-commerce_Central-Point-OR.html
Peter Britt was an extraordinary man of vision and accomplishment. His curiosity, motivation and experimental nature, matched with a keen business sense, allowed him to merge broad-ranging interests into a wide assortment of successful endeavors. …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2B1D_applegate-trail-pioneers_Phoenix-OR.html
In Honor of the Following Pioneers who in the Year 1846 Blazed the First Trail Through the Wilderness of Southern Oregon and the Rogue River Valley Lindsay Applegate — Robert Smith — John Jones Jesse Applegate — Moses Harri…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2AVN_the-belknap-settlement_Monroe-OR.html
United Methodist Historic Site No. 323 In Memory of the Pioneers of The Belknap Settlement Who Served God Faithfully In An Untamed Land (Marker Number 323.)
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2A4F_oswego-landing_Lake-Oswego-OR.html
In the early 19th century, the river landing at the mouth of Oswego Creek was a convenient camping place for explorers, fur traders, and pioneers. In the words of one old timer, it was "a stopping place, a sort of a relay station for boats both la…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29XZ_a-town-is-born_Medford-OR.html
Destined to become the region's largest city and a major economic hub, Medford began in 1883 when the railroad came to Southern Oregon. In the fall of 1883, four property owners deeded part of their land to the Oregon and California Railroad fo…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29XY_medford-boomed-as-orchards-bloomed_Medford-OR.html
With railroad access to distant markets, the orchard industry flourished. Hundreds of thousands of apple and pear trees were planted in the early 1900s, and commercial fruit became the Rogue Valley's major export. Promoters widely advertised th…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29XX_the-war-brings-change_Medford-OR.html
When the nation entered World War II, Medford transformed into a military town. Construction of Camp White, a nearby Army training post, began about six weeks after the December 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The Army also took over the city airport…
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