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Historical Markers in Dayton, Oregon

 
Clickable Map of Yamhill County, Oregon and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Yamhill County, OR (7) Clackamas County, OR (87) Marion County, OR (22) Polk County, OR (6) Tillamook County, OR (19) Washington County, OR (2)  YamhillCounty(7) Yamhill County (7)  ClackamasCounty(87) Clackamas County (87)  MarionCounty(22) Marion County (22)  PolkCounty(6) Polk County (6)  TillamookCounty(19) Tillamook County (19)  WashingtonCounty(2) Washington County (2)
McMinnville is the county seat for Yamhill County
Dayton is in Yamhill County
      Yamhill County (7)  
ADJACENT TO YAMHILL COUNTY
      Clackamas County (87)  
      Marion County (22)  
      Polk County (6)  
      Tillamook County (19)  
      Washington County (2)  
 
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1Oregon (Yamhill County), Dayton — Courthouse Square ParkFort Yamhill Blockhouse
Courthouse Square Park is a monument to the civic and commercial aspirations of Dayton’s founders, Joel Palmer, his son-in-law Andrew Smith and Christopher Taylor. Palmer and Taylor, who settled here to farm in 1848, laid out the town site on the . . . Map (db m114311) HM
2Oregon (Yamhill County), Dayton — Pioneer Park and Blockhouse
This Pioneer Park and Blockhouse honors General Joel Palmer, Superintendant of Indian Affairs for the Oregon Territory from 1853 to 1857. Appointed by President Franklin Pierce. Frontiersman, author, legislator and friend of the Indian. His journal, . . . Map (db m114312) HM
3Oregon (Yamhill County), Dayton — Yamhill BlockhouseOregon History
This marker is composed of two panels. This building was a military blockhouse built at the Grand Ronde Agency by Willamette Valley settlers in 1856. U.S. Troops were sent to the station the same year and its was named "Fort . . . Map (db m114313) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Oct. 4, 2022