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Klamath Falls Oregon History

 

Area History from Oregon State Archives
Klamath County was established on October 17, 1882. It was created from the western part of Lake County and named after a tribe of Indians which white travelers called the Klamath, also spelled Clammite.

Baldwin Museum
A four-story brick building built in 1906. Exhibits detail early Klamath history.

Bly, Oregon's Place in World War II History
Did you know that the Japanese actually bombed the United States during World War II and it happened right here in Oregon and six people died as a result?  These links will take you to more information:
The Japanese Mission

The Oregon Tragedy

Japanese Balloon Bombs of WWII
The Strangest Weapon of World War II
The 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion (PIB), SMOKE JUMPERS

Klamath County Museum
The museum features the anthropology, history, geology, and wildlife of the Klamath Basin.

Train Mountain Railroad Museum
Train Mountain Railroad Museum is a non-profit organization devoted to the preservation of our railroad heritage.  Located near Chiloquin, Oregon, mid-way between Klamath Falls, Oregon and Crater Lake National Park on 2000 acres of Ponderosa Pine forest.  Train Mountain currently has 70,000 feet of one eighth scale railroad track in operation.  Train Meets for members and those who own, operate, or have an interest in one eighth scale railroading are held four times a year: The weekend after Memorial Day in June, the first weekend in both July & August, along with the weekend after Labor Day in September. 

 


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