Title: Master Plan for the End of the Oregon National Historic Trail - Oregon City, Oregon
Description: The Glossy wraps, double spiral wire binding. Clean with light wear.
Includes many historic photographs, a couple large fold-out maps of the prospective development. After the City of Oregon City was identified as the true end of the Oregon National Historic Trail by the National Park Service in 1981, this master plan was produced for the development of a large, complex, and unique heritage visitor attraction, including an interpretive center, and a living history museum, which would tell the stories of the Native Americans, the Hudson's Bay Company, and the emigrant pioneers who struggled over the Oregon Trail. The master plan was approved by the Steering Committee, the Clackamas County Board of Commissioners, and the Oregon City Commission in 1990. However, it appears that only a few parts of the plan were successfully carried out.
Binding: Spiral Bound Soft Cover
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: GSA Partnership
Place: Portland, OR
Size: 11 x 11 inches.
Pages: 129 pages.
Keywords: Clackamas County, Project Planning, Interpretive Center,
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