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Portland Cement Association Safety Trophy Awarded Ideal Cement Company Gold Hill, Oregon For a Perfect Safety Record in 1959 Reawarded 1960
Built By Eugene F Skinner 1846
Eugene and Mary Skinner emigrated in 1845 to California, and then moved north to settle temporarily in Polk County. The Skinners selected a Donation Land Claim here at the head of the Willamette Valley in 1846 and Eugene, together with hired hands…
Early Settler of This Region For WhomThe City of Eugene and Skinner Butte is Named.According to Tradition, Skinner Built the Area's First Cabin Near This Site, ca 1846.
2,000 Pioneers Passed By Here 1853-1854
Designated as a Eugene HistoricLandmark, 1975. Deeded to LaneCounty by Dr. Eva Johnson,Dec. 1975
2,000 Pioneers Passed By Here 1853-1854
Site of the Capitol of Territorial Oregon
This Arts and Crafts style building was constructed in 1940 as the Murphy Real Estate office. It is one of a cluster of buildings on State Street designed by the prominent local architect, Richard Sundeleaf. The half-timbered architecture was inte…
First Sergeant, United States Army, Company A, 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division. Place and Date: Near Phu Hoa Dong, Republic of Vietnam, 26 February 1967. Place and Date: January 29, 1932, Lodi, California. Citation: For conspic…
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