Quincy, Oregon

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Old Quincy School, built in 1925

Quincy is an unincorporated community in Columbia County, Oregon, United States.[1] It is located about 4.5 miles northeast of Clatskanie and 3.5 miles southwest of Mayger in a drained and diked area of the Columbia River lowlands.[2][3]

The Quincy area was first settled about 1882 and named by J. W. Barnes for his hometown of Quincy, Illinois.[4] Quincy post office ran from 1892 until 1933.[4]

In 1915, Quincy had a population of 40 and two churches and two schools.[5] In 1940, Quincy had a population of 303.[3] Quincy Store is still in operation.[5][6]

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Coordinates: 46°08′37″N 123°09′36″W / 46.1437218°N 123.1601189°W / 46.1437218; -123.1601189