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by Cheryl Martin Sund

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ISBN:
0738570915
Author:
Cheryl Martin Sund
Category:
Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing (October 7, 2009)
Pages:
128 pages
EPUB book:
1424 kb
FB2 book:
1785 kb
DJVU:
1187 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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442


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The town of Rogue River is a small community in southern Oregon located on the banks of the famous river for which it was named. Founded in the midst of Native American wars and prolific gold mining, the town was originally called Tailholt before becoming Woodville. It incorporated and took its final name in 1912.

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Rogue River - Cheryl Martin Sund. The story of Rogue River, Oregon, began long before it was actually incorporated as a city in 1912. Even before 1846, a narrow path worn by fur trappers and traders made its way from the Willamette Valley through the southern Oregon area and down into the gold fields of California. A party of explorers, including the famous Applegate brothers, widened the path and established a wagon trail through southern Oregon, over the Cascade Mountains to Fort Hall.

The town of Rogue River is a small community in southern Oregon located on the banks of the famous river for which it was named. Situated on Interstate 5, just 59 miles north of the California border, it lies between the cities of Grants Pass and Medford in the beautiful Rogue Valley. Founded in the midst of Native American wars and prolific gold mining, the town was originally called Tailholt before becoming Woodville. It incorporated and took its final name in 1912. A town proud of its accomplishments, it has nevertheless managed to preserve its history and maintain its small-town atmosphere and historical value, with many of the original buildings still in use. Along with sensational steelhead fishing, Rogue River is famous for its annual Rooster Crow festivities held on the last Saturday of each June.