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17 Oregon National Historic Landmarks

Bonneville Dam Historic District - 5/28/1995
The district includes the dam which the first major structure built with a "hydraulic drop" capable of developing more than 500,000 KW of electric power
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Deady and Villard Halls - 9/21/2013
These late 19th century buildings are the two oldest on the campus of the University of Oregon
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Historic Columbia River Highway - 9/20/2013 (photo 5/28/1995)
This 75-mile highway was built through the Columbia River Gorge between 1913 and 1922 as the first planned scenic roadway in the U.S.
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Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge - 5/13/2009
The first waterfowl refuge in the U.S. located in the Klamath Basin shallow freshwater marshes, open water, grassy uplands, and croplands
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Oregon Caves Chateau - 5/20/1998
An historic hotel that opened in 1934, the chateau is six stories high and is built across a steep ravine, allowing all floor levels except the top two to have ground level entrances
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Sunken Village Archeological Site - 9/22/2013
The site consists of a well-preserved Chinookan village, dating back more than 700 years
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