On Oregon Route 18 near Grand Ronde Road, on the right when traveling west.
Indians inhabited Oregon’s inland valleys for thousands of years before Euro-Americans began to arrive in the late 18th Century. In the early 1780s, and again in the 1830s, diseases spread by seafarers and fur trappers swept through Oregon’s valleys . . . — — Map (db m112996) HM
On Kings Valley Highway (Oregon Route 223) north of Kerber Road, on the right when traveling north.
Ritner Creek Bridge, one of the covered bridges remaining in Oregon west of the Cascades, almost became a memory in 1974.
Declared structurally unsafe, it was scheduled for removal.
The children of Pedee School along with the citizens in the . . . — — Map (db m113502) HM
On Pacific Highway West (Oregon Route 99W) at Burch Grove Lane, on the right when traveling north on Pacific Highway West.
James W. Nesmith, born in New Brunswick, Canada on July 23, 1820, was among the first emigrants to trek the Oregon Trail in 1843.
He filed a land claim near present day Monmouth in 1844, and the following year took part in the formation of . . . — — Map (db m113611) HM
On South Pacific Highway West (Oregon Route 99W) near Bursh Grove Lane, on the right when traveling north.
(Seven panels dealing with topics related to the Applegate Trail are found at this kiosk:)
In 1846, Jesse Applegate and fourteen others from near Dallas, Oregon, established a trail south from the Willamette Valley and east to Fort . . . — — Map (db m114352) HM
On Hebo Road near Three Rivers Highway, on the left when traveling east.
A System of Forts
Fort Yamhill was one of several forts in western Oregon. Hostilities between Native Americans and settlers led to treaties and the establishment of the Grand Ronde Reservation. Forts such as Yamhill and Hoskins were . . . — — Map (db m112990) HM