About Jacksonville Historic District (Jacksonville, Oregon)

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The Jacksonville Historic District encompasses the historic core of the 19th-century mining town of Jacksonville, Oregon. The city was a major mining, civic, and commercial center from 1852 to 1884, and declined thereafter, leaving a little-altered assemblage of architecture from that period that is unparalleled in the Pacific Northwest. The district was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1966.

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216, South 5th Street, Jacksonville, Jackson County, Oregon, United States of America, 97530

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