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- ... that Cleveland S. Rockwell (pictured) used the sketches he made during topographical survey expeditions for the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey as the basis for his landscape watercolor and oil paintings?
- ... that after removal of a dam that blocked their migration for nearly a century, salmon and steelhead returned in 2009 to the Little Sandy River in Oregon?
- ... that out of 700 U.S. Forest Service buildings in Oregon and Washington built by New Deal programs, the Upper Sandy Guard Station Cabin is the only one crafted of stone and logs?
- ... that one-term state legislator John Gurley Flook wrote the bill in 1868 to establish a land-grant agricultural college, which grew and became today's Oregon State University?