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An Afternoon at Philip Foster Farm National Historic Site
Mitchell and I performed a condition assessment at Philip Foster Farm in Eagle Creek, Oregon, the end of July. Philip and Mary Charlotte Foster sailed around Cape Horn and landed in Oregon in 1843. They established a store and farm in … Continue reading
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