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Historical Markers in Keno, Oregon

 
Clickable Map of Klamath 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 Klamath County, OR (94) Deschutes County, OR (63) Douglas County, OR (28) Jackson County, OR (110) Lake County, OR (37) Lane County, OR (85) Modoc County, CA (42) Siskiyou County, CA (167)  KlamathCounty(94) Klamath County (94)  DeschutesCounty(63) Deschutes County (63)  DouglasCounty(28) Douglas County (28)  JacksonCounty(110) Jackson County (110)  LakeCounty(37) Lake County (37)  LaneCounty(85) Lane County (85)  ModocCountyCalifornia(42) Modoc County (42)  SiskiyouCounty(167) Siskiyou County (167)
Klamath Falls is the county seat for Klamath County
Keno is in Klamath County
      Klamath County (94)  
ADJACENT TO KLAMATH COUNTY
      Deschutes County (63)  
      Douglas County (28)  
      Jackson County (110)  
      Lake County (37)  
      Lane County (85)  
      Modoc County, California (42)  
      Siskiyou County, California (167)  
 
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1Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — "Robber's Rock."
Several stages were held-up in this vicinity near the Foot of Topsy Grade. Frain School just to the north.Map (db m100333) HM
2Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Algoma Sawmill1908–1911
Located on Edge Creek this mill was moved from Siskiyou County. Later dismantled and moved to Algoma on Upper Klamath Lake.Map (db m152439) HM
3Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Applegate Trail
The first emigrant train over the "Southern Route," including more than fifty wagons under the leadership of Captain Levi Scott and David Goff, left the Oregon Trail at Fall Creek or Raft River, on the Snake River, August 10, 1846. The Klamath River . . . Map (db m88002) HM
4Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — A-55 — Bear ValleyApplegate Trail 1847
Bear Valley Applegate Trail 1847Map (db m100323) HM
5Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Chase Stage Station(1875–1909)
Located on both the Yreka–Ager and Ashland-Pokegama stage and freight roads until 1909.Map (db m147729) HM
6Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — A-56 — Cooper Stage - Station Site
Cooper stage - station site the Applegate Trail - 1846 The Southern Oregon Wagon Road - 1868Map (db m151966) HM
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7Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Freight and Stage Road
All freight and passengers between Pokegama and Klamath Falls transported over this road from 1903 to 1909.Map (db m100336) HM
8Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Horn's Camp 1895 - 1898
Log contractor's loading station on "Old Blue's" Railroad, the first in Klamath County.Map (db m147602) HM
9Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Kerwin Ranch1875-1903
A wayside stopping place on the Topsy Road between Yreka - Ager and Linkville (Klamath Falls).Map (db m100335) HM
10Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Klamath River Crossing
Large lakes, lush marshes, and verdant meadows of the Klamath Basin foretold the richness of the Oregon country. Watchful against cattle being stampeded by Indians, emigrants encountered mud, rain, a lack of grazing, and other unforeseen hardships. . . . Map (db m112865) HM
11Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — New Pokegama - 1903-1909
End of Klamath Lake Railroad from Thrall. Freight and passengers hauled by wagons and stages to Klamath Falls.Map (db m147725) HM
12Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Old Pokegama1897 - 1903
Pokegama Sugar [Pine] Lumber Company logging camp served by "Old Blue". First railroad in Klamath County.Map (db m152013) HM
13Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Parker Station
Formerly the halfway house, between Ashland and Linkville (Klamath Falls). Henry Duncand first owner 1871. Sold to Wm. S. Parker 1876. Abandoned about 1915.Map (db m147734) HM
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14Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Potter's Mill1905–1911
Located on Long Creek Prairie Creek, this mill was active only until 1906.Map (db m147591) HM
15Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — A-58 — Second Klamath River Ford
Second Klamath River Ford on Applegate Trail - 1847Map (db m112845) HM
16Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Snow1892–1903
First known as Cook’s Logging Camp. "Old Blue", Klamath County’s first railroad engine brought here by horses from Klam[a]thon, 1893.Map (db m152414) HM
17Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — A-57 — Spencer Creek Crossing / Camp Day
. . . Map (db m112842) HM
18Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — The Applegate TrailSouthern Route to Oregon
In 1846, Jesse Applegate and fourteen others from near Dallas, Oregon, established a trail south from the Willamette Valley and east to Fort Hall. This route offered emigrants an alternative to the perilous "last leg" of the Oregon Trail down the . . . Map (db m112867) HM
19Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Topsy GradeStage Coach and Freight Road
10 miles south of this monument, paths established along the south rim of the Klamath River Canyon by Shasta, Klamath, Pit and Modoc Indians were later followed by Hudson Bay trappers, the U.S. Army pack trains and in the early 1870's, supply . . . Map (db m147732) HM
20Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Topsy Station1875-1903
A post office, stage and freight stop on the Topsy Road between Yreka-Ager and Klamath-Butte Valleys.Map (db m100326) HM
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21Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Walters Cabin Tree Planting
Fifty acres were planted with two year old Ponderosa pine seedlings in the spring of 1960 after the area was scarified to remove brush. First commercial thinning Oct. 2005 3.7MBF/AC.Map (db m113804) HM
22Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Weyerhaeuser Camp 3
Logging Camp Located At Hayden Mountain Meadow 1929 - 1937Map (db m112501) HM
23Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — Weyerhaeuser Camp 4
A logging camp located near Long Prairie and Meadow 1934 - 1954Map (db m147592) HM
24Oregon (Klamath County), Keno — A-54 — Whittle's Ferry Site
Below present bridge First Applegate Trail ford - 1846 One mile below bridgeMap (db m100294) HM
 
 
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Sep. 29, 2022