National Register of Historic Places listings in Linn County, Oregon

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This list presents the full set of buildings, structures, objects, sites, or districts designated on the National Register of Historic Places in Linn 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 71 of those are found partially or wholly in Linn County.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted August 28, 2015.[4]

Current listings[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Description
1 David and Maggie Aegerter Barn
David and Maggie Aegerter Barn
July 15, 1999
(#99000780)
41915 Ridge Dr.
44°44′54″N 122°44′37″W / 44.748333°N 122.743611°W / 44.748333; -122.743611 (David and Maggie Aegerter Barn)
Scio
2 Albany Custom Mill
Albany Custom Mill
February 12, 1980
(#80003338)
213 Water St.
44°38′18″N 123°06′23″W / 44.638333°N 123.106389°W / 44.638333; -123.106389 (Albany Custom Mill)
Albany
3 Albany Downtown Commercial Historic District
Albany Downtown Commercial Historic District
December 9, 1982
(#82001509)
Roughly bounded by the Willamette River and Montgomery, Washington, and 5th Sts.
44°38′12″N 123°06′22″W / 44.636667°N 123.106111°W / 44.636667; -123.106111 (Albany Downtown Commercial Historic District)
Albany
4 Albany Hebrew Cemetery
Albany Hebrew Cemetery
May 18, 2015
(#15000240)
3165 Salem Avenue SE
44°38′33″N 123°04′06″W / 44.642506°N 123.068350°W / 44.642506; -123.068350 (Albany Hebrew Cemetery)
Albany
5 Albany Monteith Historic District
Albany Monteith Historic District
February 29, 1980
(#80003341)
Roughly bounded by 2nd, Lyon, 12th and Elm Sts.; also Elm St. southwest to Calapooia and 19th Ave., SW. to 11th and 12th Aves., SW.
44°37′55″N 123°06′31″W / 44.631944°N 123.108611°W / 44.631944; -123.108611 (Albany Monteith Historic District)
Albany Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of November 13, 2008
6 Albany Municipal Airport
Albany Municipal Airport
June 3, 1998
(#98000630)
3510 Knox Butte Rd.
44°38′24″N 123°03′29″W / 44.64°N 123.058056°W / 44.64; -123.058056 (Albany Municipal Airport)
Albany
7 Jerry Andrus House
Jerry Andrus House
October 25, 2011
(#11000769)
1638 1st Ave. E.
44°38′22″N 123°05′06″W / 44.639444°N 123.085°W / 44.639444; -123.085 (Jerry Andrus House)
Albany
8 Steven and Elizabeth Archibald Farmstead
Steven and Elizabeth Archibald Farmstead
September 22, 2004
(#04001068)
31888 Wirth Rd.
44°30′47″N 123°04′46″W / 44.513056°N 123.079444°W / 44.513056; -123.079444 (Steven and Elizabeth Archibald Farmstead)
Tangent
9 Granville H. Baber House
Granville H. Baber House
October 29, 1975
(#75001588)
Northeast of Albany off U.S. 99
44°40′43″N 123°01′18″W / 44.678611°N 123.021667°W / 44.678611; -123.021667 (Granville H. Baber House)
Albany
10 Hiram Baker House
Hiram Baker House
June 3, 1996
(#96000621)
515 E. Grant St.
44°32′18″N 122°53′53″W / 44.538333°N 122.898056°W / 44.538333; -122.898056 (Hiram Baker House)
Lebanon
11 Dr. J. C. Booth House
Dr. J. C. Booth House
April 1, 1980
(#80003344)
486 Park St.
44°32′29″N 122°54′17″W / 44.541389°N 122.904722°W / 44.541389; -122.904722 (Dr. J. C. Booth House)
Lebanon
12 Boston Flour Mill
Boston Flour Mill
August 21, 1979
(#79002117)
E of Shedd on Boston Mill Rd.
44°27′41″N 123°04′47″W / 44.461389°N 123.079722°W / 44.461389; -123.079722 (Boston Flour Mill)
Shedd
13 Hugh Leeper Brown Barn
Hugh Leeper Brown Barn
November 15, 1979
(#79002112)
SE of Brownsville on OR 228
44°22′52″N 122°57′28″W / 44.381111°N 122.957778°W / 44.381111; -122.957778 (Hugh Leeper Brown Barn)
Brownsville
14 John and Amelia Brown Farmhouse
John and Amelia Brown Farmhouse
November 22, 1978
(#78003408)
SE of Brownsville on OR 228
44°22′56″N 122°57′53″W / 44.382222°N 122.964722°W / 44.382222; -122.964722 (John and Amelia Brown Farmhouse)
Brownsville
15 Cascadia Cave
Cascadia Cave
October 25, 1990
(#90001589)
Address restricted[7]
Cascadia
16 George Earle Chamberlain House
George Earle Chamberlain House
February 22, 1980
(#80003339)
208 SE 7th St.
44°37′58″N 123°06′03″W / 44.632778°N 123.100833°W / 44.632778; -123.100833 (George Earle Chamberlain House)
Albany
17 Matthew C. Chambers Barn
Matthew C. Chambers Barn
September 27, 1996
(#96001044)
.4 mi. N of jct. of Knox Butte Rd. and Scravel Hill Rd.
44°39′11″N 123°01′23″W / 44.653056°N 123.023056°W / 44.653056; -123.023056 (Matthew C. Chambers Barn)
Albany
18 William Cochran Barn
William Cochran Barn
July 8, 1999
(#99000782)
28485 Brownsville Rd.
44°25′18″N 122°59′13″W / 44.421667°N 122.986944°W / 44.421667; -122.986944 (William Cochran Barn)
Brownsville
19 George C. Cooley House
George C. Cooley House
May 9, 1983
(#83002160)
220 Blakely Ave.
44°23′06″N 122°58′53″W / 44.385°N 122.981389°W / 44.385; -122.981389 (George C. Cooley House)
Brownsville
20 Crabtree Creek-Hoffman Covered Bridge
Crabtree Creek-Hoffman Covered Bridge
February 17, 1987
(#87000017)
Hungry Hill Dr., 1.8 mi. N of Crabtree
44°39′12″N 122°53′25″W / 44.653349°N 122.890351°W / 44.653349; -122.890351 (Crabtree Creek-Hoffman Covered Bridge)
Crabtree
21 Louis A. Crandall House
Louis A. Crandall House
October 25, 1990
(#90001588)
959 Main St.
44°32′13″N 122°54′20″W / 44.536944°N 122.905556°W / 44.536944; -122.905556 (Louis A. Crandall House)
Lebanon
22 Crawfordsville Bridge
Crawfordsville Bridge
November 29, 1979
(#79002115)
SR 228
44°21′28″N 122°51′32″W / 44.357778°N 122.858889°W / 44.357778; -122.858889 (Crawfordsville Bridge)
Crawfordsville
23 Alfred Dawson House
Alfred Dawson House
February 12, 1980
(#80003340)
731 SW Broadalbin St.
44°38′28″N 123°06′18″W / 44.641111°N 123.105°W / 44.641111; -123.105 (Alfred Dawson House)
Albany
24 Elkins Flour Mill
Elkins Flour Mill
June 9, 1995
(#95000689)
Bounded by US 20, Industrial Way, the Santiam-Albany Canal and the Callaghan RR tracks
44°32′52″N 122°54′19″W / 44.547778°N 122.905278°W / 44.547778; -122.905278 (Elkins Flour Mill)
Lebanon
25 Hugh Fields House
Hugh Fields House
July 19, 1989
(#89000853)
36176 OR 228
44°22′51″N 122°56′29″W / 44.380833°N 122.941389°W / 44.380833; -122.941389 (Hugh Fields House)
Brownsville
26 First Baptist Church of Brownsville
First Baptist Church of Brownsville
June 19, 1991
(#91000807)
515 N. Main St.
44°23′44″N 122°59′01″W / 44.395556°N 122.983611°W / 44.395556; -122.983611 (First Baptist Church of Brownsville)
Brownsville
27 First Evangelical Church of Albany
First Evangelical Church of Albany
August 1, 1984
(#84003030)
1120 SW. 12th Ave.
44°37′38″N 123°06′52″W / 44.627222°N 123.114444°W / 44.627222; -123.114444 (First Evangelical Church of Albany)
Albany
28 Fish Lake Guard Station
Fish Lake Guard Station
June 27, 2014
(#14000381)
57600 McKenzie Highway
44°24′12″N 122°00′22″W / 44.403314°N 122.006078°W / 44.403314; -122.006078 (Fish Lake Guard Station)
McKenzie Bridge vicinity
29 Flinn Block
Flinn Block
March 2, 1979
(#79002109)
222 SW. 1st Ave.
44°38′13″N 123°06′21″W / 44.636944°N 123.105833°W / 44.636944; -123.105833 (Flinn Block)
Albany
30 Hackleman Historic District
Hackleman Historic District
March 15, 1982
(#82003735)
Roughly bounded by Pacific Boulevard and Lyons, 2nd and Madison Sts.
44°38′06″N 123°05′54″W / 44.635°N 123.098333°W / 44.635; -123.098333 (Hackleman Historic District)
Albany
31 Hannah Bridge
Hannah Bridge
November 29, 1979
(#79002116)
Burmester Creek Rd.
44°42′44″N 122°43′04″W / 44.712222°N 122.717778°W / 44.712222; -122.717778 (Hannah Bridge)
Scio
32 Harrisburg Odd Fellows Hall
Harrisburg Odd Fellows Hall
October 15, 1992
(#92001382)
190 Smith St.
44°16′20″N 123°10′12″W / 44.272222°N 123.17°W / 44.272222; -123.17 (Harrisburg Odd Fellows Hall)
Harrisburg
33 George Hochstedler House
George Hochstedler House
October 10, 1980
(#80004549)
237 SE 6th Ave.
44°38′02″N 123°06′02″W / 44.633889°N 123.100556°W / 44.633889; -123.100556 (George Hochstedler House)
Albany
34 C. J. Howe Building
C. J. Howe Building
April 1, 1980
(#80003343)
104 Spaulding Ave.
44°23′38″N 122°59′00″W / 44.393889°N 122.983333°W / 44.393889; -122.983333 (C. J. Howe Building)
Brownsville
35 Independence Prairie Ranger Station
Independence Prairie Ranger Station
March 29, 1983
(#83002161)
Willamette National Forest
44°37′02″N 121°56′22″W / 44.617222°N 121.939444°W / 44.617222; -121.939444 (Independence Prairie Ranger Station)
Marion Forks
36 Larwood Bridge
Larwood Bridge
November 29, 1979
(#79003733)
E of Crabtree
44°37′48″N 122°44′21″W / 44.63°N 122.739167°W / 44.63; -122.739167 (Larwood Bridge)
Crabtree
37 Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery
Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery
March 5, 1998
(#98000208)
200 Dodge St.
44°32′40″N 122°54′14″W / 44.544444°N 122.903889°W / 44.544444; -122.903889 (Lebanon Pioneer Cemetery)
Lebanon
38 Lebanon Southern Pacific Railroad Depot
Lebanon Southern Pacific Railroad Depot
June 13, 1997
(#97000584)
735 Third St.
44°32′20″N 122°54′36″W / 44.538833°N 122.910083°W / 44.538833; -122.910083 (Lebanon Southern Pacific Railroad Depot)
Lebanon
39 Hector and Margaret Macpherson Barn
Hector and Margaret Macpherson Barn
July 8, 1999
(#99000781)
29780 Church Dr.
44°30′42″N 123°11′32″W / 44.511667°N 123.192222°W / 44.511667; -123.192222 (Hector and Margaret Macpherson Barn)
Albany
40 Marion Forks Guard Station
Marion Forks Guard Station
March 6, 1991
(#91000167)
OR 22, Willamette NF
44°36′51″N 121°56′56″W / 44.614167°N 121.948889°W / 44.614167; -121.948889 (Marion Forks Guard Station)
Marion Forks
41 Joseph and Barbara Maurer House
Joseph and Barbara Maurer House
September 27, 1996
(#96001045)
35168 Tennessee Rd.
44°36′14″N 122°55′21″W / 44.603889°N 122.9225°W / 44.603889; -122.9225 (Joseph and Barbara Maurer House)
Lebanon
42 McKenzie Highway Historic District
McKenzie Highway Historic District
February 7, 2011
(#10001215)
OR 242
44°14′55″N 121°50′18″W / 44.248611°N 121.838333°W / 44.248611; -121.838333 (McKenzie Highway Historic District)
Sisters to Belknap Springs Extends into Deschutes and Lane counties.
43 Methodist Episcopal Church South
Methodist Episcopal Church South
November 16, 1979
(#79002110)
238 E. 3rd St
44°38′10″N 123°06′04″W / 44.636111°N 123.101111°W / 44.636111; -123.101111 (Methodist Episcopal Church South)
Albany
44 Gottlieb and Della Milde Barn
Gottlieb and Della Milde Barn
July 15, 1999
(#99000785)
36898 Northern Dr.
44°22′34″N 122°54′55″W / 44.376111°N 122.915278°W / 44.376111; -122.915278 (Gottlieb and Della Milde Barn)
Brownsville
45 Thomas and Walter Monteith House
Thomas and Walter Monteith House
May 21, 1975
(#75001586)
518 W. 2nd Ave.
44°38′10″N 123°06′33″W / 44.636111°N 123.109167°W / 44.636111; -123.109167 (Thomas and Walter Monteith House)
Albany
46 John and Mary Moore House
John and Mary Moore House
October 1, 2001
(#01001066)
320 Kirk Ave.
44°23′33″N 122°58′49″W / 44.3925°N 122.980278°W / 44.3925; -122.980278 (John and Mary Moore House)
Brownsville
47 John M. Moyer House
John M. Moyer House
January 21, 1974
(#74001693)
204 Main St.
44°23′35″N 122°59′03″W / 44.393056°N 122.984167°W / 44.393056; -122.984167 (John M. Moyer House)
Brownsville
48 Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church
Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church
January 24, 1974
(#74001694)
S of Stayton on Stayton-Jordan Rd.
44°45′31″N 122°44′38″W / 44.758611°N 122.743889°W / 44.758611; -122.743889 (Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church)
Stayton
49 Oregon Pacific Railroad Linear Historic District
Oregon Pacific Railroad Linear Historic District
October 29, 1999
(#99001285)
Roughly a 20-mile linear section of the old railroad grade between Idanha and the Cascade Range summit (See also Marion and Jefferson counties.)
44°27′10″N 121°53′57″W / 44.452778°N 121.899167°W / 44.452778; -121.899167 (Oregon Pacific Railroad Linear Historic District)
Idanha to the Cascade Range summit via Santiam Junction Beginning in 1872, the colorful Thomas Egenton Hogg set out to build a transcontinental railroad terminating on the Oregon coast. By the time of his venture's final bankruptcy in 1894, completed track reached only from Yaquina Bay to Idanha in the Cascade foothills, with grade work under way east of Idanha to the summit. The historic district protects the remaining signs of the grade work east of Idanha, as well as the sites of two construction camps. Abandoned part way through construction, these remnants provide a unique window onto construction methods and living conditions in 19th century railroad camps.[8]
50 Moses Parker House
Moses Parker House
August 25, 1980
(#80003342)
638 SE 5th St.
44°38′09″N 123°05′45″W / 44.635833°N 123.095833°W / 44.635833; -123.095833 (Moses Parker House)
Albany
51 E. C. Peery Building
E. C. Peery Building
May 29, 1998
(#98000604)
38731 N. Main St.
44°42′18″N 122°50′50″W / 44.705°N 122.847222°W / 44.705; -122.847222 (E. C. Peery Building)
Scio
52 Porter-Brasfield House
Porter-Brasfield House
November 25, 1980
(#80003345)
31838 Fayetteville Dr.
44°27′41″N 123°06′36″W / 44.461389°N 123.11°W / 44.461389; -123.11 (Porter-Brasfield House)
Shedd
53 John and Lottie Ralston Cottage
John and Lottie Ralston Cottage
March 5, 1998
(#98000203)
481 Main St.
44°32′29″N 122°54′20″W / 44.541389°N 122.905556°W / 44.541389; -122.905556 (John and Lottie Ralston Cottage)
Lebanon
54 John Ralston House
John Ralston House
December 9, 1981
(#81000501)
632 SE Baker St.
44°37′59″N 123°06′06″W / 44.633056°N 123.101667°W / 44.633056; -123.101667 (John Ralston House)
Albany
55 Rock Hill School
Rock Hill School
June 4, 1992
(#92000661)
Rock Hill Dr., 2.2 mi. E of Sand Ridge Rd.
44°28′59″N 122°56′50″W / 44.483056°N 122.947222°W / 44.483056; -122.947222 (Rock Hill School)
Lebanon
56 Ross-Averill House
Ross-Averill House
February 20, 1991
(#91000061)
420 Averill St.
44°23′41″N 122°59′04″W / 44.394722°N 122.984444°W / 44.394722; -122.984444 (Ross-Averill House)
Brownsville
57 Michael and Mary Ryan Barn
Michael and Mary Ryan Barn
July 15, 1999
(#99000784)
40363 Huntley Rd.
44°45′07″N 122°44′26″W / 44.751944°N 122.740556°W / 44.751944; -122.740556 (Michael and Mary Ryan Barn)
Scio
58 Santiam Wagon Road
Santiam Wagon Road
September 23, 2010
(#10000795)
Willamette National Forest and Deschutes National Forest
Coordinates missing
Cascadia and Sisters vicinity Extends into Deschutes County.[9][10]
59 Short Bridge
Short Bridge
November 29, 1979
(#79002113)
High Deck Rd.
44°23′30″N 122°30′31″W / 44.391667°N 122.508611°W / 44.391667; -122.508611 (Short Bridge)
Cascadia
60 James Alexander and Elmarion Smith Barn and Lame-Smith House
James Alexander and Elmarion Smith Barn and Lame-Smith House
July 15, 1999
(#99000783)
28020 Powerline Rd.
44°24′18″N 123°07′06″W / 44.405°N 123.118333°W / 44.405; -123.118333 (James Alexander and Elmarion Smith Barn and Lame-Smith House)
Halsey
61 Starr and Blakely Drug Store
Starr and Blakely Drug Store
October 29, 1982
(#82001510)
421 N. Main St.
44°23′40″N 122°59′01″W / 44.394444°N 122.983611°W / 44.394444; -122.983611 (Starr and Blakely Drug Store)
Brownsville
62 Gus and Emma Stellmacher Farmstead
Gus and Emma Stellmacher Farmstead
August 28, 1998
(#98001123)
32404 Tangent Loop
44°31′29″N 123°05′36″W / 44.524722°N 123.093333°W / 44.524722; -123.093333 (Gus and Emma Stellmacher Farmstead)
Tangent
63 Thomas Creek-Gilkey Covered Bridge
Thomas Creek-Gilkey Covered Bridge
February 19, 1987
(#87000016)
Goar Rd., 3 mi. N of Crabtree
44°41′17″N 122°54′08″W / 44.688056°N 122.902222°W / 44.688056; -122.902222 (Thomas Creek-Gilkey Covered Bridge)
Crabtree
64 Thomas Creek-Shimanek Covered Bridge
Thomas Creek-Shimanek Covered Bridge
February 19, 1987
(#87000013)
Richardson Gap Rd., 2 mi. E of Scio
44°42′57″N 122°48′16″W / 44.715701°N 122.80441°W / 44.715701; -122.80441 (Thomas Creek-Shimanek Covered Bridge)
Scio
65 United Presbyterian Church and Rectory
United Presbyterian Church and Rectory
April 18, 1979
(#79002111)
510 SW 5th Ave.
44°38′05″N 123°06′27″W / 44.634722°N 123.1075°W / 44.634722; -123.1075 (United Presbyterian Church and Rectory)
Albany
66 United Presbyterian Church of Shedd
United Presbyterian Church of Shedd
March 5, 1998
(#98000209)
30045 OR 99 E
44°27′38″N 123°06′31″W / 44.460556°N 123.108611°W / 44.460556; -123.108611 (United Presbyterian Church of Shedd)
Shedd
67 Joseph Wesely House and Barn
Joseph Wesely House and Barn
October 23, 1986
(#86002903)
38791 Highway 226
44°41′51″N 122°50′57″W / 44.697410°N 122.849154°W / 44.697410; -122.849154 (Joseph Wesely House and Barn)
Scio
68 Wigle Cemetery
Wigle Cemetery
September 22, 2004
(#04001067)
Belts Dr.
44°18′17″N 123°01′00″W / 44.304722°N 123.016667°W / 44.304722; -123.016667 (Wigle Cemetery)
Harrisburg
69 Abraham and Mary Wigle House
Abraham and Mary Wigle House
May 1, 2003
(#03000345)
34050 Belts Dr.
44°18′05″N 123°01′26″W / 44.301389°N 123.023889°W / 44.301389; -123.023889 (Abraham and Mary Wigle House)
Harrisburg
70 Jacob and Maranda K. Wigle Farmstead
Jacob and Maranda K. Wigle Farmstead
March 5, 1992
(#92000131)
1119 Kirk Ave.
44°23′35″N 122°57′59″W / 44.393056°N 122.966389°W / 44.393056; -122.966389 (Jacob and Maranda K. Wigle Farmstead)
Brownsville
71 Z.C.B.J. Tolstoj Lodge No. 224
Z.C.B.J. Tolstoj Lodge No. 224
September 14, 1995
(#95001098)
37091 Richardson Gap Rd.
44°39′37″N 122°48′10″W / 44.660278°N 122.802778°W / 44.660278; -122.802778 (Z.C.B.J. Tolstoj Lodge No. 224)
Scio

Former listings[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Angell-Brewster House
Angell-Brewster House
October 8, 1992
(#92001330)
April 20, 2011
34191 Brewster Rd.
44°34′46″N 122°52′12″W / 44.5794°N 122.87°W / 44.5794; -122.87 (Angell-Brewster House)
Lebanon vicinity Demolished in 2010.
2 St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church Upload image
June 5, 1975
(#75001587)
April 16, 1990
822 S. Ellsworth St.
Albany vicinity Demolished
3 Weddle Bridge
Weddle Bridge
November 29, 1979
(#79002114)
January 11, 1989
NW of Crabtree
Crabtree vicinity Relocated in 1987.

See also[edit]

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, retrieved June 20, 2014  .
  2. ^ National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Program: Research, 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 28, 2015.
  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. ^ Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of sensitive archeological sites in many instances. The main reasons for such restrictions include the potential for looting, vandalism, or trampling. See: 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. ^ Tonsfeldt, Ward; Trussel, Tim; Boyer, William (February 12, 1998), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Oregon Pacific Railroad Historic District (PDF), retrieved February 14, 2013 .
  9. ^ National Park Service (2010-10-01). "Weekly List of Actions Taken on Properties: 9/20/10 through 9/24/10". Retrieved 2010-10-01. 
  10. ^ State Advisory Committee on Historic Preservation (2009-10-22). "Draft Meeting Minutes" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-10-01. 

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