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SUMMARY: We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), designate critical habitat for the Klamath River, Columbia River, Jarbidge River, Coastal-Puget Sound, and Saint Mary-Belly River populations of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in the...
2005-09-26
2008-09-19
2005-10-24
SCENES ON THE COLUMBIA RIVER, OREGON. We have been favored by Mr. H. H. Shank, of Hagerstown, Md., with the accompanying photographs and some notes of characteristic scenes on the Columbia River, Oregon, which were gathered during a recent tour...
2004-03-02
The Columbia Highway in Oregon begins at Seaside, on the Pacific Ocean, in Clatsop County. It parallels the ocean beach for 12 miles and then cuts directly across the marshlands, a distance of 12 miles, to the City of Astoria. From Astoria to the...
2004-06-17
two miles, is from Latourell to Crown Point 14a total rise of 500 ft. From Portland to Chanticleer, twenty-two miles, the rise is 875 ft. Engineer and Contractor readers of Contracting who consider this problem and study the accompanying typical...
2004-06-16
A black and white view of the toll bridge built across the Columbia River to link Hood River, Oregon, with the vicinity of Bingen, Washington. Built in the 1920s. This view is looking south towards Hood River and shows Mt. Hood, Hood River, and...
2004-03-24
67 p. Includes sections of Appendix QQ: 1886 annual report of Major W. A. Jones, and selections from Appendix RR, reports of Capt. Charles F. Powell, Corps of Engineers, detailing construction, maps and other works related to river and harbor...
1886-10-30
67 p. Includes sections of Appendix QQ: 1886 annual report of Major W. A. Jones, and selections from Appendix RR, reports of Capt. Charles F. Powell, Corps of Engineers, detailing construction, maps and other works related to river and harbor...
1886-10-30
49 p. Includes sections of Appendix SS: 1885 annual report of Capt. Charles F. Powell, and Appendix TT: reports of Maj. W. A. Jones, Corps of Engineers, detailing construction and other works of river and harbor improvements for the Willamette,...
1885-10-30
49 p. Includes sections of Appendix SS: 1885 annual report of Capt. Charles F. Powell, and Appendix TT: reports of Maj. W. A. Jones, Corps of Engineers, detailing construction and other works of river and harbor improvements for the Willamette,...
1885-10-30
A black-and-white photograph of the Columbia River Gorge taken from the site of the Chanticleer Inn, which was built in 1912 and burned in 1930. It is now the Portland Women's Forum State Scenic Viewpoint. The view is east towards Rooster Rock and...
2004-08-03
(Reprinted from American Forestry, August, 1916) The Columbia Highway in Oregon BY HENRY L. BOWLBY Assoc. M. Am. Soc. C. E. Formerly State Highway Engineer of Oregon THE nation-wide campaign for better roads has been responsible for the...
2004-06-17
experimenting with convict honor camps in building roads in Southern Oregon. S. Benson, a wealthy timberman, of Portland, donated $10,000 to be used at one of these camps in the construction of a road around the foot of Shell Rock Mountain in Hood...
2004-06-17
A hand-colored photograph of a boat landing, used as a postcard with the heading "Boat Landing on Columbia River, Hood River, Oregon" in red at the top. In the background of the photograph on the far side of the river are low hills and trees.On...
2004-08-04
A tinted photographic postcard. The legend in brown at upper right reads "Steamer Bailey Gatzert on excursion trip up Columbia River, landing near Collins Hot Springs, Washington." All three decks of the ship seem to be packed with people. The...
2004-08-04
A black-and-white photograph. Written on the bottom in white ink is "No. 161. Columbia River Highway near Celilo, Ore. B.C. Markham The Dalles Ore." In the foreground is a stretch of the highway. It looks as though a fence runs along the other...
2004-08-04
of the grandest scenery in the world. Its beauties have been portrayed by John Muir, John Burroughs, Joaquin Miller, and many other lovers of the beautiful in nature. The Columbia river canyon is so rugged that no attempt to build a road through...
2004-06-17
1 map: 29 x 69 cm. Scale: 4.25 inches = 1 mile. Soundings are expressed in feet and show the depths at low water. Proposed extension of existing dam shown by dashed line. Proposed dredging to 20 ft at low water shown by hachures. In...
1895-10-30

Reprinted from Contracting, May, 1916 The Columbia River Highway By GEORGE C. WARREN Member American Society Engineering Contractors and President Warren Brothers Co. Much has been written during the past six months of the scenic grandeur of the...
2004-06-16
A view of the Columbia River shore at Arlington, Oregon, on January 12, 1909. The Columbia River is frozen. In the foreground is the white riverbank, with a large boulder to the left. Near the shore on the right of the photo is a pier, with a...
2004-08-05
A colored postcard. The legend in red at top left reads "Hood River, Oregon, from across the Columbia, Mt. Hood in the distance." In the foreground is the Columbia River. On the far shore is a wooded bank, and beyond it the scattered buildings,...
2004-08-04
1 map : 27 x 40 cm. Before the creation of the Walla Walla District on November 1, 1948, all work done by the War Department's Corp of Engineers on waterways in the west was handled by the district headquarters in Portland, Oregon. Most jobs done...


Benson immediately below the upper falls and over the chasm cut by the rushing waters. Near here the tracks of the O. W. R. & N. Co. occupied all the available space between the river and the mountain side. The danger of slides precluded any...
2004-06-16
A black-and-white photograph with the number 8601 written in white ink on the lower left corner. On the back of the photo is written in pencil "The Vista House at Crown Point on the Columbia River Highway near Portland, Oregon". The curves of the...
2004-08-05
1 map : 33 x 33 cm. "Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 186, 1st sess., 47th Cong." Scale approximately 18 miles to 1 inch. In September and October of 1881, under orders from Brig. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, Thomas W. Symons traveled and closely mapped the...
1882-10-30

(Reprinted from Contracting, August, 1916) The Multnomah County Mountain Boulevard A Large Variety of Handsome Heavy Road Construction to Attract Tourists and Open Inaccessible, Fertile Country Many Concrete Viaducts, Bridges, Tunnels, Rock Cuts,...
2004-06-16
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