Oregon Statutes - Chapter 358 - Museums; Historical Societies; Preservation of Historical and Archaeological Properties and Objects; Oregon Historic Families Database - Section 358.057 - Value and significance of state historic trails.

Oregon recognizes the value and significance of its historic trails, including:

(1) The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail;

(2) The Oregon National Historic Trail;

(3) The Applegate National Historic Trail;

(4) The Nez Perce National Historic Trail;

(5) Alternate routes of the Oregon Trail including:

(a) The Whitman Mission Route;

(b) The Upper Columbia River Route;

(c) The Meek Cutoff;

(d) The Free Emigrant Road; and

(e) The Cutoff to the Barlow Road; and

(6) Major historic trails of Oregon including:

(a) The Klamath Trail;

(b) The Jedediah Smith Route;

(c) The Nathaniel Wyeth Route;

(d) The Benjamin Bonneville Route;

(e) The Ewing Young Route;

(f) The John Fremont Route; and

(g) The Santiam Wagon Road. [1995 c.479 §1]

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