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Springfield Oregon History

Dorris Ranch Living History Filbert Farm
intersection of South 2nd and Dorris Streets, Springfield, Oregon, phone: (541)736-4544, email: netmail@willamalane.org -- There is no substitute for the excitement of visiting an actual historical place—to feel, touch, smell, and even taste the products of this bountiful land. Dorris Ranch, Springfield’s unique living history farm, has succeeded in bringing Oregon history to life. Established in 1892, this 250-acre farm is Oregon’s oldest working filbert (hazelnut) farm.

Springfield Museum
225 Fifth Street, Springfield, OR 97477, phone: 541-726-3677, email: kredmond@ci.springfield.or.us  -- The Springfield Museum is situated in historic downtown Springfield, Oregon amid cafes, antique and specialty shops. Large colorful murals grace nearby buildings. The Museum is housed in the 1911 Oregon Power Company transformer station. Because of its unique architecture and its important role in the early utility industry, the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

 


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