National Register of Historic Places listings in Clatsop County, Oregon

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Location of Clatsop County in Oregon

This list presents the full set of buildings, structures, objects, sites, or districts designated on the National Register of Historic Places in Clatsop County, Oregon, and offers brief descriptive information about each of them. The National Register recognizes places of national, state, or local historic significance across the United States.[1] Out of over 90,000 National Register sites nationwide,[2] Oregon is home to over 2,000,[3] and 61 of those are found in Clatsop County.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted August 19, 2016.[4]

Current listings[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Description
1 Astor Building
Astor Building
September 7, 1984
(#84002938)
1203 Commercial St.
46°11′19″N 123°49′48″W / 46.188667°N 123.829883°W / 46.188667; -123.829883 (Astor Building)
Astoria
2 John Jacob Astor Hotel
John Jacob Astor Hotel
November 16, 1979
(#79002046)
1401 Commercial St.
46°11′19″N 123°49′42″W / 46.18873056°N 123.8282833°W / 46.18873056; -123.8282833 (John Jacob Astor Hotel)
Astoria Opened in 1924 and was originally named the Hotel Astoria; renamed in 1951 and closed as a hotel in 1968. Now in use as an apartment building.
3 Astoria City Hall (old)
Astoria City Hall (old)
September 7, 1984
(#84002940)
1618 Exchange St.
46°11′18″N 123°49′31″W / 46.18838333°N 123.8254028°W / 46.18838333; -123.8254028 (Astoria City Hall (old))
Astoria
4 Astoria Column
Astoria Column
May 2, 1974
(#74001681)
Coxcomb Hill
46°10′53″N 123°49′03″W / 46.181325°N 123.8175194°W / 46.181325; -123.8175194 (Astoria Column)
Astoria
5 Astoria Downtown Historic District
Astoria Downtown Historic District
June 22, 1998
(#98000631)
Boundary roughly from the Columbia R. to Exchange St and from 7th St. to 17th St.
46°11′20″N 123°49′51″W / 46.189°N 123.83075°W / 46.189; -123.83075 (Astoria Downtown Historic District)
Astoria
6 Astoria Elks Building
Astoria Elks Building
June 1, 1990
(#90000843)
453 11th St.
46°11′16″N 123°49′55″W / 46.18785°N 123.8320639°W / 46.18785; -123.8320639 (Astoria Elks Building)
Astoria
7 Astoria Fire House No. 2
Astoria Fire House No. 2
September 7, 1984
(#84002946)
2968 Marine Dr.
46°11′26″N 123°48′40″W / 46.19043056°N 123.811175°W / 46.19043056; -123.811175 (Astoria Fire House No. 2)
Astoria
8 Astoria Marine Construction Company Historic District
Astoria Marine Construction Company Historic District
January 8, 2014
(#13001058)
92134 Front Rd.
46°08′41″N 123°51′45″W / 46.144818°N 123.862404°W / 46.144818; -123.862404 (Astoria Marine Construction Company Historic District)
Astoria vicinity
9 Astoria Victory Monument
Astoria Victory Monument
November 15, 1984
(#84000466)
Columbia St., Bond and W. Marine Dr.
46°11′23″N 123°50′53″W / 46.189639°N 123.847944°W / 46.189639; -123.847944 (Astoria Victory Monument)
Astoria
10 Astoria Wharf and Warehouse Company
Astoria Wharf and Warehouse Company
June 14, 1984
(#84002949)
Columbia River waterfront between 3rd and 4th Sts.
46°11′29″N 123°50′20″W / 46.191436°N 123.838981°W / 46.191436; -123.838981 (Astoria Wharf and Warehouse Company)
Astoria
11 Bald Point Site (35CLT23) Upload image
September 10, 1997
(#97000983)
Address restricted[a][7]
Cannon Beach vicinity This archaeological site associated with the Tillamook people features a shell midden and possible house pit, dating to ca. 1550 CE. Parts of the site have been lost to coastal erosion, but the remaining portions appear mostly secure.[8]
12 Robert Rensselaer Bartlett House
Robert Rensselaer Bartlett House
June 5, 1986
(#86001236)
1215 15th St.
46°10′59″N 123°49′36″W / 46.182928°N 123.826747°W / 46.182928; -123.826747 (Robert Rensselaer Bartlett House)
Astoria
13 Peter L. Cherry House
Peter L. Cherry House
September 7, 1984
(#84002952)
836 15th St.
46°11′08″N 123°49′35″W / 46.18548611°N 123.8264889°W / 46.18548611; -123.8264889 (Peter L. Cherry House)
Astoria
14 Clatsop County Courthouse
Clatsop County Courthouse
April 5, 1984
(#84002954)
749 Commercial St.
46°11′20″N 123°50′07″W / 46.188783°N 123.835192°W / 46.188783; -123.835192 (Clatsop County Courthouse)
Astoria
15 Clatsop County Jail (Old)
Clatsop County Jail (Old)
May 19, 1983
(#83002145)
732 Duane St.
46°11′19″N 123°50′08″W / 46.18855833°N 123.8354806°W / 46.18855833; -123.8354806 (Clatsop County Jail (Old))
Astoria
16 Ecola Point Site (35CLT21) Upload image
September 10, 1997
(#97000984)
Address restricted[a][7]
Cannon Beach vicinity Remains of a Tillamook village and two dense shell middens at this archaeological site have been dated to span roughly 1100–1700 CE. This large and complex site is mostly intact, and has extensive potential to yield information for future research.[9]
17 Erickson–Larsen Ensemble
Erickson–Larsen Ensemble
February 20, 1991
(#91000055)
3025–3027 Marine Dr.
46°11′26″N 123°48′37″W / 46.19049444°N 123.8102361°W / 46.19049444; -123.8102361 (Erickson–Larsen Ensemble)
Astoria Consists of two buildings: a house built in 1877 and a small apartment building (the Ludwig Larsen apartments) built c. 1885.
18 Albert W. Ferguson House
Albert W. Ferguson House
September 7, 1984
(#84002955)
1661 Grand Ave.
46°11′09″N 123°49′29″W / 46.185889°N 123.824639°W / 46.185889; -123.824639 (Albert W. Ferguson House)
Astoria
19 Ferdinand Fisher House
Ferdinand Fisher House
May 6, 1987
(#87000668)
687 12th St.
46°11′11″N 123°49′50″W / 46.18639444°N 123.83055°W / 46.18639444; -123.83055 (Ferdinand Fisher House)
Astoria
20 Capt. George Flavel House and Carriage House
Capt. George Flavel House and Carriage House
November 28, 1980
(#80003307)
441 8th St.
46°11′17″N 123°50′06″W / 46.18813889°N 123.8350722°W / 46.18813889; -123.8350722 (Capt. George Flavel House and Carriage House)
Astoria Queen Anne style house, built in 1885, now a house museum. Featured in The Goonies.
21 Captain George Conrad Flavel House
Captain George Conrad Flavel House
June 5, 1986
(#86001222)
627 15th St.
46°11′12″N 123°49′39″W / 46.18678056°N 123.8273667°W / 46.18678056; -123.8273667 (Captain George Conrad Flavel House)
Astoria House built in 1901.
22 George C. and Winona Flavel House
George C. and Winona Flavel House
February 19, 1991
(#91000054)
818 Grand Ave.
46°11′11″N 123°50′04″W / 46.18649722°N 123.834575°W / 46.18649722; -123.834575 (George C. and Winona Flavel House)
Astoria House built in 1879.
23 Martin Foard House
Martin Foard House
June 5, 1986
(#86001221)
690 17th St.
46°11′11″N 123°49′26″W / 46.18641667°N 123.8237833°W / 46.18641667; -123.8237833 (Martin Foard House)
Astoria
24 Fort Astoria
Fort Astoria
October 15, 1966
(#66000639)
15th and Exchange Sts.
46°11′18″N 123°49′39″W / 46.18820278°N 123.8274694°W / 46.18820278; -123.8274694 (Fort Astoria)
Astoria John Jacob Astor attempted to break the British monopoly on the Pacific Northwest fur trade starting with construction of this fortified trading post in 1811. The fort subsequently became an important part of the American territorial claim to the Oregon Country. Astor sold the fort to the British North West Company in 1813.[10]
25 Fort Clatsop National Memorial
Fort Clatsop National Memorial
October 15, 1966
(#66000640)
4.5 mi. S of Astoria
46°08′03″N 123°52′45″W / 46.134195°N 123.879054°W / 46.134195; -123.879054 (Fort Clatsop National Memorial)
Astoria vicinity
26 Fort Stevens
Fort Stevens
September 22, 1971
(#71000678)
Fort Stevens State Park
46°12′03″N 123°57′48″W / 46.200833°N 123.963333°W / 46.200833; -123.963333 (Fort Stevens)
Hammond
27 William and Nellie Fullam House
William and Nellie Fullam House
October 25, 1991
(#91001570)
781 S. Promenade
45°59′22″N 123°55′50″W / 45.989471°N 123.930645°W / 45.989471; -123.930645 (William and Nellie Fullam House)
Seaside
28 Rev. William S. Gilbert House
Rev. William S. Gilbert House
June 3, 1993
(#93000457)
725 11th St.
46°11′10″N 123°49′55″W / 46.18604444°N 123.8320639°W / 46.18604444; -123.8320639 (Rev. William S. Gilbert House)
Astoria
29 Goodwin–Wilkinson Farmhouse
Goodwin–Wilkinson Farmhouse
March 9, 1992
(#92000128)
US-101 west of Cullaby Lake
46°05′13″N 123°55′00″W / 46.086912°N 123.916655°W / 46.086912; -123.916655 (Goodwin–Wilkinson Farmhouse)
Warrenton vicinity
30 Grace Episcopal Church and Rectory[b]
Grace Episcopal Church and Rectory
September 7, 1984
(#84002957)
1545 Franklin Ave.
46°11′13″N 123°49′35″W / 46.186858°N 123.826297°W / 46.186858; -123.826297 (Grace Episcopal Church and Rectory)
Astoria
31 Grace Episcopal Church Rectory, Old[b]
Grace Episcopal Church Rectory, Old
March 9, 1990
(#90000375)
637 16th St.
46°11′12″N 123°49′33″W / 46.186742°N 123.825764°W / 46.186742; -123.825764 (Grace Episcopal Church Rectory, Old)
Astoria
32 Capt. J. H. D. Gray House
Capt. J. H. D. Gray House
September 7, 1984
(#84002958)
1687 Grand Ave.
46°11′09″N 123°49′28″W / 46.185972°N 123.824306°W / 46.185972; -123.824306 (Capt. J. H. D. Gray House)
Astoria
33 John N. Griffin House
John N. Griffin House
October 25, 1984
(#84000119)
1643 Grand Ave.
46°11′09″N 123°49′29″W / 46.185936°N 123.824813°W / 46.185936; -123.824813 (John N. Griffin House)
Astoria
34 Haller–Black House
Haller–Black House
October 25, 1991
(#91001568)
841 S. Promenade
45°59′21″N 123°55′51″W / 45.989202°N 123.930699°W / 45.989202; -123.930699 (Haller–Black House)
Seaside
35 Hlilusqahih Site (35CLT37) Upload image
April 26, 1984
(#84002959)
Address restricted[a][7]
Knappa
36 John Hobson House
John Hobson House
February 17, 1978
(#78002281)
469 Bond St.
46°11′23″N 123°50′17″W / 46.189611°N 123.838°W / 46.189611; -123.838 (John Hobson House)
Astoria
37 Gustavus Holmes House
Gustavus Holmes House
October 25, 1984
(#84000121)
682 34th St.
46°11′26″N 123°48′20″W / 46.190664°N 123.805425°W / 46.190664; -123.805425 (Gustavus Holmes House)
Astoria
38 Indian Creek Village Site (35CLT12) Upload image
September 10, 1997
(#97000982)
Address restricted[a][7]
Cannon Beach vicinity
39 Indian Point Site (35 CLT 34) Upload image
May 9, 1984
(#84002960)
Address restricted[a][7]
Svensen
40 Isabella Shipwreck Site and Remains Upload image
September 21, 1989
(#89001385)
Address restricted[a][7]
Astoria vicinity
41 Peter and Maria Larson House
Peter and Maria Larson House
March 9, 1990
(#90000374)
611 31st St.
46°11′27″N 123°48′34″W / 46.19078889°N 123.8094722°W / 46.19078889; -123.8094722 (Peter and Maria Larson House)
Astoria
42 Charles David Latourette House
Charles David Latourette House
March 22, 1984
(#84002962)
683 D St.
46°01′16″N 123°55′08″W / 46.02101111°N 123.9189833°W / 46.02101111; -123.9189833 (Charles David Latourette House)
Gearhart
43 Christian Leinenweber House
Christian Leinenweber House
May 20, 1999
(#99000604)
3480 Franklin Ave.
46°11′30″N 123°48′17″W / 46.191651°N 123.804785°W / 46.191651; -123.804785 (Christian Leinenweber House)
Astoria
44 Lightship WAL-604, COLUMBIA
Lightship WAL-604, COLUMBIA
December 20, 1989
(#89002463)
1792 Maritime Dr.
46°11′25″N 123°49′26″W / 46.19038056°N 123.8240056°W / 46.19038056; -123.8240056 (Lightship WAL-604, COLUMBIA)
Astoria Retired in 1979 as the last lightship to be stationed at the Columbia River Bar — or anywhere on the Pacific coast of the United StatesWAL-604 retains the best historic integrity of the last generation of U.S. Coast Guard lightships after 1939. WAL-604, built in 1950, and its relatives closely resembled earlier lightship types in external appearance, but were a distinct departure in their overall design.[10]
45 Noonan–Norblad House
Noonan–Norblad House
March 31, 1988
(#88000303)
1625 Grand Ave.
46°11′09″N 123°49′30″W / 46.185972°N 123.825028°W / 46.185972; -123.825028 (Noonan–Norblad House)
Astoria
46 Judge C. H. Page House
Judge C. H. Page House
June 6, 1985
(#85001177)
1393 Franklin Ave.
46°11′12″N 123°49′43″W / 46.18676944°N 123.8285806°W / 46.18676944; -123.8285806 (Judge C. H. Page House)
Astoria
47 Charles Preston House
Charles Preston House
October 25, 1991
(#91001569)
141 Ave. I
45°59′19″N 123°55′46″W / 45.988487°N 123.929508°W / 45.988487; -123.929508 (Charles Preston House)
Seaside
48 Sea Lyft
Sea Lyft
November 14, 2001
(#01000496)
702 D St.
46°01′17″N 123°55′07″W / 46.02145556°N 123.9186083°W / 46.02145556; -123.9186083 (Sea Lyft)
Gearhart
49 Shively–McClure Historic District
Shively–McClure Historic District
August 4, 2005
(#05000829)
From Franklin Ave. to Lexington Ave., and from 9th St. to 18th St.
46°11′09″N 123°49′37″W / 46.185833°N 123.826944°W / 46.185833; -123.826944 (Shively–McClure Historic District)
Astoria
50 Norris Staples House
Norris Staples House
October 25, 1984
(#84000126)
1031 14th St.
46°11′02″N 123°49′42″W / 46.18378889°N 123.8283917°W / 46.18378889; -123.8283917 (Norris Staples House)
Astoria
51 Charles Stevens House
Charles Stevens House
June 6, 1985
(#85001178)
1388 Franklin Ave.
46°11′14″N 123°49′43″W / 46.18713056°N 123.8286556°W / 46.18713056; -123.8286556 (Charles Stevens House)
Astoria
52 Svenson Blacksmith Shop
Svenson Blacksmith Shop
November 6, 1986
(#86003015)
1769 Exchange St.
46°11′19″N 123°49′23″W / 46.18848056°N 123.8230833°W / 46.18848056; -123.8230833 (Svenson Blacksmith Shop)
Astoria
53 Tillamook Rock Lighthouse
Tillamook Rock Lighthouse
December 9, 1981
(#81000480)
SW of Seaside
45°56′14″N 124°01′09″W / 45.937222°N 124.019167°W / 45.937222; -124.019167 (Tillamook Rock Lighthouse)
Seaside
54 Union Fishermen's Cooperative Packing Company Alderbrook Station
Union Fishermen's Cooperative Packing Company Alderbrook Station
February 20, 1991
(#91000053)
4900 Ash St.
46°11′49″N 123°46′57″W / 46.19680556°N 123.7824889°W / 46.19680556; -123.7824889 (Union Fishermen's Cooperative Packing Company Alderbrook Station)
Astoria
55 Uniontown–Alameda Historic District
Uniontown–Alameda Historic District
August 25, 1988
(#88001311)
Marine Dr. and Alameda Ave., between Hume and Hull Aves.
46°11′18″N 123°50′54″W / 46.18836944°N 123.8484333°W / 46.18836944; -123.8484333 (Uniontown–Alameda Historic District)
Astoria
56 U.S. Post Office and Custom House
U.S. Post Office and Custom House
March 4, 1985
(#85000542)
750 Commercial St.
46°11′21″N 123°50′07″W / 46.18929722°N 123.8352139°W / 46.18929722; -123.8352139 (U.S. Post Office and Custom House)
Astoria
57 Warren Investment Company Housing Group
Warren Investment Company Housing Group
June 5, 1986
(#86001223)
656, 674, and 690 11th St.
46°11′11″N 123°49′54″W / 46.186475°N 123.831625°W / 46.186475; -123.831625 (Warren Investment Company Housing Group)
Astoria
58 Daniel Knight Warren House
Daniel Knight Warren House
September 8, 1988
(#88001521)
107 NE Skipanon Dr.
46°10′06″N 123°55′19″W / 46.16846667°N 123.9219°W / 46.16846667; -123.9219 (Daniel Knight Warren House)
Warrenton
59 Oswald West Coastal Retreat
Oswald West Coastal Retreat
February 26, 1992
(#92000066)
1981 Pacific Ave.
45°52′54″N 123°57′46″W / 45.881664°N 123.962762°W / 45.881664; -123.962762 (Oswald West Coastal Retreat)
Cannon Beach
60 Andrew Young House
Andrew Young House
June 26, 1986
(#86001391)
3720 Duane St.
46°11′34″N 123°48′03″W / 46.192714°N 123.800835°W / 46.192714; -123.800835 (Andrew Young House)
Astoria
61 Benjamin Young House and Carriage House
Benjamin Young House and Carriage House
March 7, 1979
(#79002047)
3652 Duane St.
46°11′34″N 123°48′08″W / 46.192681°N 123.802350°W / 46.192681; -123.802350 (Benjamin Young House and Carriage House)
Astoria

Former listings[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Samuel Elmore Cannery
Samuel Elmore Cannery
November 13, 1966
(#66000638)
July 16, 1993[11][c]
70 W. Marine Drive
46°11′30″N 123°50′45″W / 46.191667°N 123.845833°W / 46.191667; -123.845833 (Samuel Elmore Cannery)
Astoria The home of "Bumble Bee" tuna, this was the longest continuously-operated salmon cannery in the U.S., from construction in 1898 until closing in 1980, diversifying into tuna in the 1930s. The cannery burned in 1993.[12]
2 Allan Herschell Two-Abreast Carousel Upload image
1987
(#87001382)
May 27, 1998
300 Broadway
Seaside Oregon Historic Wooden Carousels TR. Moved to California in 1991. Now in storage in Ohio.[14]
3 Marshall J. Kinney Cannery Upload image
June 13, 1989
(#89000515)
September 8, 1997
1 6th St.
Astoria

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of sensitive archaeological sites in many instances. The main reasons for such restrictions include the potential for looting, vandalism, or trampling.
  2. ^ a b The rectory included in the "Grace Episcopal Church and Rectory" listing and the "Grace Episcopal Church Rectory, Old" are separate and distinct buildings. The "Grace Episcopal Church Rectory, Old" is not included in the "Grace Episcopal Church and Rectory" listing.
  3. ^ Other sources offer conflicting dates for removal of the Elmore Cannery from the National Register, including October 12, 1993,[12][13] and August 11, 1993.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrus, Patrick W.; Shrimpton, Rebecca H.; et al. (2002), How to Apply the National Register Criteria for Evaluation, National Register Bulletin (15), National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 39493977, archived from the original on April 6, 2014, retrieved June 20, 2014 .
  2. ^ National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Program: Research, archived from the original on February 1, 2015, retrieved January 28, 2015 .
  3. ^ Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, Oregon Historic Sites Database, retrieved August 6, 2015 . Note that a simple count of National Register records in this database returns a slightly higher total than actual listings, due to duplicate records. A close reading of detailed query results is necessary to arrive at the precise count.
  4. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on August 19, 2016.
  5. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  6. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  7. ^ a b c d e f Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin (29), National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997 .
  8. ^ Erlandson, Jon M.; Moss, Madonna L. (August 31, 1996), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: 35-CLT-23, Bald Point Site (redacted PDF), retrieved September 25, 2015 .
  9. ^ Erlandson, Jon M.; Moss, Madonna L. (August 15, 1996), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: 35-CLT-21, Ecola Point Site (redacted PDF), retrieved September 30, 2015 .
  10. ^ a b National Park Service. "National Historic Landmark Program: NHL Database". Retrieved April 26, 2013. 
  11. ^ National Park Service (July 23, 1993), Weekly List of Actions Taken on Properties: 7/12/93 through 7/16/93 (PDF), retrieved September 25, 2015 .
  12. ^ a b c National Park Service, National Historic Landmark Program: Samuel Elmore Cannery, archived from the original on September 26, 2015, retrieved September 26, 2015 .
  13. ^ Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, Oregon Historic Sites Database, retrieved September 26, 2013 .
  14. ^ [1]

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