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Historical Markers in Huntington, Oregon

 
Clickable Map of Baker 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 Baker County, OR (64) Grant County, OR (30) Malheur County, OR (24) Union County, OR (12) Wallowa County, OR (20) Adams County, ID (5) Washington County, ID (6)  BakerCounty(64) Baker County (64)  GrantCounty(30) Grant County (30)  MalheurCounty(24) Malheur County (24)  UnionCounty(12) Union County (12)  WallowaCounty(20) Wallowa County (20)  AdamsCountyIdaho(5) Adams County (5)  WashingtonCounty(6) Washington County (6)
Baker City is the county seat for Baker County
Huntington is in Baker County
      Baker County (64)  
ADJACENT TO BAKER COUNTY
      Grant County (30)  
      Malheur County (24)  
      Union County (12)  
      Wallowa County (20)  
      Adams County, Idaho (5)  
      Washington County, Idaho (6)  
 
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1Oregon (Baker County), Huntington — Farewell BendHistoric Oregon Trail
The last camp on the weary journey across the Snake River plains. Here the Oregon Trail left the Snake River and wound overland to the Columbia. Here camped Wilson Price Hunt, December 23, 1811; Capt. Bonneville, January 10, 1834; Nathaniel J. . . . Map (db m107217) HM
2Oregon (Baker County), Huntington — Farewell Bend Oregon Trail Kiosk
(The Farewell Bend Oregon Trail kiosk houses seven panels which deal with the trials and tribulations on this arid portion of the Oregon Trail.) "Pathway to the "Garden of the World" Excitement filled the air May 22, . . . Map (db m107276) HM
3Oregon (Baker County), Huntington — Remnants of the Oregon Trail
From Alkali Springs, called by many pioneers Sulphur Springs, the emigrants traveled on to Birch Creek, which offered much needed water and grass for their livestock. First named "Riviere aux Bouleaux" by French-Canadian fur trappers, here travelers . . . Map (db m107212) HM
4Oregon (Baker County), Huntington — The Last Spike
To reach Oregon, Union Pacific Railroad organized the Oregon Short Line Railway Co. in 1881 and built from Wyoming westward across Idaho in the same year. Oregon Railway & Navigation Co. was building eastward from Portland. Tracks of the two . . . Map (db m107282) HM
5Oregon (Baker County), Huntington — Van Ornum Massacre
In October 1860 the Van Ornum Party, survivors of the Utter Disaster, reached Farewell Bend. Here they again encountered Indians. On September 9 & 10, in Idaho, the Elijah P. Utter wagon train suffered a two-day attack by Indians in which 11 . . . Map (db m107219) HM
6Oregon (Baker County), Huntington — Van Ornum Wagon Train Massacre
By October 1860 the Van Ornum party reached Farewell Bend. They were survivors of the Elijah P. Utter wagon train that was attacked by Indians on September 9 and 10, just west of Castle Butte in Owyhee County, Idaho. The survivors had escaped the . . . Map (db m107220) HM
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7Oregon (Baker County), Huntington — Van Ornum Wagon Train Massacre
By October 1860 the Van Ornum party reached Farewell Bend. They were survivors of the Elijah P. Utter wagon train that was attacked by Indians on September 9 and 10, just west of Castle Butte in Owyhee County, Idaho. The survivors had escaped the . . . Map (db m107292) HM
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022