Zane Grey Cabin

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Zane Grey Cabin
Zane Grey Cabin 6 - Galice Oregon.jpg
Zane Grey Cabin is located in Oregon
Zane Grey Cabin
Zane Grey Cabin is located in the US
Zane Grey Cabin
Location North bank of the Rogue River near Galice, Oregon
Coordinates 42°42′07″N 123°48′17″W / 42.70187°N 123.80469°W / 42.70187; -123.80469Coordinates: 42°42′07″N 123°48′17″W / 42.70187°N 123.80469°W / 42.70187; -123.80469
NRHP reference # 16000413
Added to NRHP June 28, 2016

The Zane Grey Cabin on the Rogue River in Oregon is a cabin built in 1926 by Zane Grey (1872–1939), the master author of the American West. Grey used it as a frequent retreat until 1935.

It is located in Curry County, Oregon on the north bank of the lower Rogue River near Galice in Josephine County, Oregon.


The National Register announcement of listing for the Zane Grey Cabin[1] incorrectly states that it is located in Josephine County. The cabin is in fact in Curry County.[2]

Zane Grey also had a cabin under the Mogollon Rim near Payson, Arizona. There is a replica of that cabin at the Rim Country Museum.[3]

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  1. ^ National Park Service (July 8, 2016), Weekly List of Actions Taken on Properties: 6/28/16 through 7/01/16, archived from the original on July 9, 2016, retrieved July 8, 2016.
  2. ^ Potter, Elisabeth (February 15, 1984), Oregon State Historic Preservation Office Telephone Report (Call to Eric Schoblom, BLM) (PDF), retrieved July 8, 2016.
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