US Army National Guard Cultural Resources Planning Level Survey - Oregon

Summary

In January 1998, St. Louis District personnel visited the Oregon Army National Guard (ORARNG) Headquarters and the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office in Salem to research archaeological and historic building survey work conducted on National Guard facilities in the state. This document reports the history of cultural investigations on federally owned or federally supported ORARNG facilities, lists archaeological sites and historic buildings recorded within facility boundaries, discusses historic contexts and predictive models, and provides a list of Native American tribes that may be potentially culturally affiliated to archaeological collections recovered from ORARNG facilities. To date, 662 cultural properties, including prehistoric and historic archaeological sites, isolated artifact finds, and historic buildings, have been recorded on Camp Adair, Camp Rilea, Camp Withycombe, and Redmond Training Area/Central Oregon Training Site. Four-hundred and ninety-eight sites and buildings have been identified on Redmond Training Area/Central Oregon Training Site. Three historic/prehistoric and seven prehistoric archaeological sites have been recorded on Camp Adair. One prehistoric site and 126 historic properties have been recorded on Camp Rilea (including 12 demolished buildings). One prehistoric/historic archaeological site and 26 historic properties have been recorded on Camp Withycombe. No cultural properties located on ORARNG facilities have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), but 57 properties are eligible for nomination to the NRHP, seven properties have been determined potentially eligible, no determinations have been made for 34 properties, and 552 properties have been determined to be not eligible. Twelve historic buildings were determined eligible, but were demolished after consultation with the State Historic Preservation Office. The extent, nature and location of archaeological collections recovered from work conducted on ORARNG facilities will be determined in the second phase of this project, to be completed during Fiscal Year 1999.

Cite this Record

US Army National Guard Cultural Resources Planning Level Survey - Oregon. Cathy A. Van Arsdale, Michael K. Trimble, Christopher B. Pulliam. St. Louis, MO: US Army Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections, St. Louis District. 2000 ( tDAR id: 413725) ; doi:10.6067/XCV84B33GJ

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Investigation Types
Architectural Survey Collections Research Heritage Management

Spatial Coverage

min long: -124.651; min lat: 41.919 ; max long: -116.796; max lat: 46.271 ;

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