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2. Typical lay of land and farm upon the cut over section on Smith River, Douglas County. Extension Bulletin Illustrations Photograph Collection (P 20). OSU Archives. Smith River, history, photograph
1900. Smith River. 1900 is OSU Archives number within their collection
3. Preparing to survey the industrial waste of an outfall plume near Winchester Bay, Oregon, are Bert Barnes and Bob Manor (used in 1971 Beaver, p.29). Beaver Yearbook Photographs (P 3). OSU Archives. Winchester Bay, history, photograph
4. Boat, Winchester Harbor. Extension & Experiment Station Films and Videos (P 120) -- (LS 1/4/4/22). OSU Archives. Winchester Bay, history, photograph
917 OSU Archives
5. Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Portland District. Coastal reconnaissance study, Oregon and Washington. Richland, WA: Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories; OSU Libraries: Guin QH541.5 C65 C6651 1974. general, physical, geological, history, human impacts, recreational uses, map
Photos. General information. Umpqua River south jetty area is specifically considered. Some recommendations given.
6. Lawrence, William. "Umpqua Valley looking southeast showing prune orchard, and corn field to the right of the river. On the north side may be seen the extent of a stream as shown by the line of firs bordered by a zone of oaks."; Near Kellogg, Oregon, July 27, 1918. Herbarium Photograph Collection (P 93). OSU Archives. photograph,
7. Matthews, Oliver. Looking up Smith River Near Gasquet. Oliver Matthews Photograph Collection (P 118). OSU Archives 1184. photograph, Smith River
8. Oregon. State Game Commission. View of Diamond Lake, ca. 1950s (Oregon State Game Commission photo). 4-H Photograph Collection (P 146), Acc. 93:068. OSU Archives. Diamond Lake, photograph
9. Partnership for the Umpqua Rivers. [Restoration projects by creek]. habitat restoration,
Individual binders. Several creeks, including but not limited to Fate Creek, Rattlesnake Creek
10. Umpqua Basin Watershed Council. [UBWC Smith River Area Stream Survey Photographs]. Umpqua River, Smith River, photograph
Binder of color photographs (not slides) held in PUR office.
11. Williams, Gerald W. Booth Bridge overlooking dam and powerhouse [archival photograph]. dams, North Umpqua River
Shows dam and powerhouse. Near Winchester, Oregon. http://www.flickr.com/photos/osucommons/3230105718/in/set-72157623095157202/
12. Williams, Gerald W. Roseburg dam and bridge [archival photograph]. dams, North Umpqua River
Shows Winchester Dam. http://www.flickr.com/photos/osucommons/3229228013/in/set-72157623095157202/
13. Williams, Gerald W. South Umpqua River near Winston, Oregon [archival photograph]. bridges, South Umpqua River
Shows bridge across the South Umpqua River. http://www.flickr.com/photos/osucommons/3229238777/in/set-72157623095157202/
14. Williams, Gerald W. Mott Bridge crossing the North Umpqua River at Steamboat [archival photograph]. bridges, North Umpqua River
Shows the historic Mott Bridge, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935-1936. http://www.flickr.com/photos/osucommons/3230009752/in/set-72157623095157202/
15. Williams, Gerald W. Mott Bridge crossing the North Umpqua River at Steamboat (second view). [archival photograph]. bridges, north Umpqua River
Shows the historic Mott Bridge, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935-1936. http://www.flickr.com/photos/osucommons/3229170607/in/set-72157623095157202/
16. Williams, Gerald W. Umpqua River dam near Roseburg, Oregon [archival photograph]. dams, North Umpqua River
Winchester Dam. In color. http://www.flickr.com/photos/osucommons/3230077958/in/set-72157623102221368/
17. Palmer, Joel. Journal of travels over the Rocky Mountains. 1847. OSU Libraries: Valley F880 .P17 1983. Umpqua River Basin, Umpqua River, history, general ecosystem description
1847 ed. is available online through Summit. OSU has 1983 reprint. http://tinyurl.com/47qknlj.
18. Lyman, Albert. Capt. Albert Lyman's Journal: Trip of the 'Samuel Roberts' to the Umpqua 1850; Settling on the Umpqua 1851. Nathan Scholfield Papers. 1850. Umpqua River, history
Cited in Beckham, Land of the Umpqua, p.89. Available on microfilm at the Douglas County Museum
19. Hines, Gustavus, 1809-1873. Life on the plains of the Pacific : Oregon, its history, condition and prospects, containing a description of the geography, climate and productions with personal adventures among the Indians during a residence of the author on the plains bordering the Pacific while connected with the Oregon Mission, embracing extended notes of a voyage around the world Buffalo, N.Y.: G.H. Derby and Co.; 1851. OSU Libraries: Valley Special Collections Vault F880 .H5 1851, Digital Open Access (1857 ed.). Umpqua River, history, salmon, Umpqua Indians
In August, 1840, Gustavus Hines was part of a party of missionaries under Jason Lee exploring the Umpqua region and making contact with Native Americans. Chapter 6 (p.93-119) describes the trip. "Fifteen miles below the fort, the river rushes over a ledge of rocks in a number of narrow channels,and falling about twenty-five feet in so many rods, forms a fine salmon fishery." (p.101) Hines describes a village of about 100 of the Umpqua people at this location subsisting on salmon. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/22755.
20. U.S. Senate. Resolution of legislative assembly of Oregon for increase of mail service between New York, New Orleans, San Francisco, Umpqua Harbor, and Astoria, Oregon Territory. 33rd Congress, 1st session, Senate Misc. Doc. no.33 1853. OSU Libraries: Valley Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River, history,
Senate Miscellaneous Documents.
21. U.S. Coast Survey. Preliminary Survey of the Entrance to Umquah River, Oregon [cartographic material]. [Map]. 1854. Umpqua River, navigation, map
"SAILING DIRECTIONS. This River is Accessible in good weather to steamers of light draft but should not be attempted by a sailing vessel without a pilot or full knowledge of the set of the currents &c." http://historicalcharts.noaa.gov/historical_jpgs/CP436C.jpg
22. From Umpqua. Weekly Oregonian 1862 1862, Jan.11;p.2 OSU Libraries: Valley Microfilm AN.U5 O67 Umpqua River, climate, precipitation, flooding, coastal hazards, history
Published Jan. 11, 1862. Report from Fort Umpqua dated Dec.12-14, 1861 on the Umpqua Valley's version of the Great Flood of 1861. "We have had the greatest freshet in the Umpqua river, ever known." "The water has been ten to fifteen feet higher at Scottsburgh than the freshet of 1853, which was then higher than ever before in the memory of the local Indians." "[I]f floating houses, barns, and produce of every description are an indication, the entire country has been indundated by the element."
23. U.S. House of Representatives. Legislature of Oregon, on navigation of Umpqua River. 41st Congress, 3rd session, House Misc. Doc. no.21 1870. OSU Libraries: Valley Documents Serial Set, Digital Open Access. Umpqua River, Scottsburg, Roseburg, Oregon, navigation, physical modification
House Miscellaneous Document. In this memorial, the Oregon Legislature urged the U.S. House and Senate to clear the Umpqua River from Scottsburg to Roseburg of hazards to navigation "in order that it be made navigable for steamboats." They point out "that in the month of March, A.D. 1870, the steamboat Swan, though inferior to the requirements of the trade, made a successful trip from Gardner City to Roseburg" and "that a company of citizens of Douglas County have since built and equipped a light-draught steamboat, 114 horse-power, for the navigation of said river..." Available in Google Books.
24. U.S. Senate. Probable cost of improvement of Umpqua and Willamette Rivers, in Oregon. 41st Congress, 3rd session, Senate Exec. Doc. no.14 1870. OSU Libraries: Valley Documents Serial Set, Digital Open Access. Umpqua River, Sawyer's Rapid, Hart's Rapid, Mill's Rapid, Delaney's Rapid, Crow's Rapid
Senate Executive Document. Estimate of the cost to make the Umpqua navigable from Scottsburg to Roseburg is given as "about $22,500." Includes report of survey of 1870. A "small stern-wheel steamboat ... had, during this year ... ascended the river from Scottsburg, 25 miles from its mouth, to Roseburg, a distance by the river of about one hundred and twenty miles; but that the river had such a rapid current, and so many obstructions, that the boat had to be hauled through the rapids by lines, and was six days in getting to Roseburg." Lists and describes rapids on the river. Report also includes study of possible improvements on the Willamette River. Available in Google Books. http://tinyurl.com/3hemg3o.
25. Valuable Property at Assignee's Sale [advertisement]. Daily Oregonian 1878 May 23;p.4 OSU Libraries: Valley Microfilm AN.U5 O66 Umpqua River, canneries
Advertisement for the sale of the "Woodhaven" salmon cannery "opposite Gardiner on the Umpqua river," along with a cannery on the Siuslaw, "formerly belonging to Emerson, Corville, & Co." Complete inventory offered as well.
26. U.S. Senate. Surveys of Cowlitz River, Washington Territory, and Umpqua River and Alsea Harbor and Bar, Oregon; also survey of bar at mouth of Columbia River. (Senate Executive Document.) 46th Congress, 2nd session, Senate Exec.Doc. no.34. 1879. OSU Libraries: Valley Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River, navigation, physical modification, Gardiner, Scottsburg
"Gardiner City, a small town of 300 inhabitants, 8 miles from the sea, is the head of navigation for sea-going vessels, and Scottsburg, 17 miles higher up, is the head of navigation for river boats. Between these two towns there are no roads or trails, and the people are dependent upon the river for their communication. The commerce of the river is carried in two small river boats, which draw not to exceed 3 feet. Except over the bars at Brandy Island, Echo Island and mouth of Dean Creek, there is plenty of water at low stage to meet all the necessities of the commerce of the river." (from letter by G.L. Gillespie, Major of Engineers) In Google Books. http://tinyurl.com/3l8bted.
27. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Annual report upon the improvement of the mouth of the Columbia River, Oregon and Washington Territory; of the entrances to Coos and Yaquina Bays; of mouth of Coquille River and of Umpqua River, Oregon, and of certain rivers emptying into Puget Sound and Gray's Harbor, Washington Territory; water-gauges on Columbia River, in charge of Charles F. Powell. Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O.; 1886. Available through Interlibrary Loan. Umpqua River, harbor, jetties, navigation, physical modification
Appendix RR of the Annual report of the Chief of Engineers for 1886.
28. Oregon. State Board of Fish Commissioners. First and second annual reports to the governor, 1887-1888. 1889. OSU Libraries: Valley SH11 .O72 Yaquina Bay, Yaquina River,Alsea River estuary, Big Elk Creek, Columbia River estuary, Coquille River estuary, Coos River estuary, Nehalem River estuary, Nestucca River estuary, Siuslaw River estuary, Tillamook estuary, Umpqua River estuary, general, commercial fisheries, methodology, catch statistics, environmental policy and law, natural resource management, economics, hatchery salmonids
The first and second reports are available in Google Books www.books.google.com (search by title). A .pdf copy can be downloaded from there.
29. U.S. House of Representatives. Survey of Umpqua River, Oregon. (51st Congress, first session, House Executive Document no.199.) 1889. OSU Libraries: Valley Documents Serial Set, Digital Open Access. Umpqua River, Brandy Bar, Echo Island Bar, Deane's Creek Bar, navigation, physical modification
House Executive Document. Recommends improving navigation through the "removal of rock bowlders and ledges in the wharf basin at Scottsburgh, and below this basin, with the view of obtaining a channel-way 50 feet in width and 4 feet depth at low water, at an estimated cost of $9,000." Scottsburgh and Gardiner are "the only towns on the river" at the time. Gives figures for shipping. This is available in Google Books. http://tinyurl.com/6zrwd7x.
30. In Southern Oregon: Greatest Flood Known Since the Country Was Settled... Morning Oregonian 1890 1890, Feb. 6 OSU Libraries: Valley Microfilm AN.U5 O66 Umpqua River Basin, climate, precipitation, flooding, erosion, landslides,
Published Feb.6, 1890. "SAN FRANCISCO Feb.5 -- A dispatch from Jacksonville, Or, says A phenomenal rainstorm has prevailed in Southern Oregon since last Friday, which, in connection with the melting of snow in the mountains, has caused the greatest flood known since the country was settled. ... The railroad bridge at Myrtle Creek is washed out. The Canyonville and Riddles wagon road bridges are both gone. The Umpqua river is higher than known since 1861. " The bridge across Deer Creek was washed out, and the woolen mills at Roseburg were "a total wreck." Miles of railroad track were washed away. This was the most serious flooding since 1861, with 15-20 inches of rainfall on the south coast.
31. DeCourcy, Bolton W. On the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Puget Sound; and government improvements on the Pacific Coast. Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers. 1891;v.25:p.420-441. OSU Libraries: Valley Storage TA1 .A5. Umpqua River Estuary, Nehalem River Estuary, Yaquina Bay, Siuslaw River Estuary, Coos Bay, Coquille River Estuary, jetties, harbors, navigation, physical modification, sediments
Discusses prospective and current engineering projects at West Coast harbors in the early 1890s. Includes maps of harbor entrances. The natural (unimproved by human activity) entrance to the Umpqua River is offered as an example of sand deposition due to nearshore currents. "In several of the sketches herewith, the northern littoral drift can be easily seen; for instance, the Umpqua River shows it plainly at its mouth..." (p.429)
32. Oregon. State Board of Fish Commissioners. Third and fourth annual reports to the governor, 1889-1890. 1891. OSU Libraries: Valley SH11 .O72 Yaquina Bay, Yaquina River, Alsea River estuary, Big Elk Creek, Columbia River estuary, Coquille River estuary, Coos River estuary, Nehalem River estuary, Nestucca River estuary, Siuslaw River estuary, Tillamook estuary, Umpqua River estuary, general, commercial fisheries, methodology, catch statistics, environmental policy and law, natural resource management, economics, hatchery salmonids
33. Oregon. State Board of Fish Commissioners. Fifth and sixth annual reports to the governor, 1891-1892. 1893 OSU Libraries: Valley SH11 .O72 Yaquina Bay, Yaquina River, Alsea River estuary, Big Elk Creek, Columbia River estuary, Coquille River estuary, Coos River estuary, Nehalem River estuary, Nestucca River estuary, Siuslaw River estuary, Tillamook estuary, Umpqua River estuary, general, commercial fisheries, methodology, catch statistics, environmental policy and law, natural resource management, economics, hatchery salmonids
34. U.S. Dept. of the Interior. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior transmitting copies of treaties between the United States and certain Indians in Oregon, in response to Senate resolution of September 2, 1893. Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O.; 1893. OSU Libraries: Serials Set 53rd Congress, 1st session, Exec. Doc. 25. history, Native Americans
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