“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Butte Falls, Oregon

Clickable Map of Jackson County, Oregon and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Jackson County, OR (110) Douglas County, OR (28) Josephine County, OR (36) Klamath County, OR (94) Siskiyou County, CA (167)  JacksonCounty(110) Jackson County (110)  DouglasCounty(28) Douglas County (28)  JosephineCounty(36) Josephine County (36)  KlamathCounty(94) Klamath County (94)  SiskiyouCountyCalifornia(167) Siskiyou County (167)
Medford is the county seat for Jackson County
Butte Falls is in Jackson County
      Jackson County (110)  
      Douglas County (28)  
      Josephine County (36)  
      Klamath County (94)  
      Siskiyou County, California (167)  
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1Oregon (Jackson County), Butte Falls — Butte Springs Watershed
Volcanic cinders from Mt. McLoughlin, deposited over 20,000 acres, act as a large underground reservoir. Large springs on the edges of the deposit provide domestic and industrial water to Medford. Timber to the north and west harvested . . . Map (db m112880) HM
2Oregon (Jackson County), Butte Falls — Cat Hill
In 1910 a lightning caused fire ravaged 12,000 acres on these slopes, destroying valuable timber. Nature has replaced many of the trees through natural seeding. This can be seen by the young saplings below the line of mature timber near the . . . Map (db m112879) HM
3Oregon (Jackson County), Butte Falls — Douglas C. Ingram Memorial Tree
On August 1, 1929, while fighting the Camas Creek fire in Washington, Douglas C. Ingram lost his life. This Ponderosa pine, a seedling at the time of his death, is preserved in his memory as a monument to his guidance and inspirations to all land . . . Map (db m112837) HM
4Oregon (Jackson County), Butte Falls — Whiskey Spring and Mt. McLoughlin
Early-day explorers, settlers, and rangers named some the the places in the forest. "Whiskey Spring" apparently received its name as part of an "alcoholic" theme, along with "Rye Spring" and "Bourbon Spring" to the south. Also a few miles to the . . . Map (db m112878) HM
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Nov. 27, 2022