(1) Notwithstanding the description in ORS 366.905, Oregon City, in Clackamas County, Oregon, is recognized and designated as the true and correct end of the Oregon National Historic Trail, otherwise known as the Oregon Trail or the Old Oregon Trail, and as such is deserving of preservation as an historic and economic resource for this state and the nation.
(2) That northern portion of Oregon City, Oregon, to the south and east of the confluence of the Clackamas and Willamette Rivers is recognized and designated as the site of the gathering and dispersal of the incoming Oregon Trail pioneers. [1987 c.184 §1]
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