Historical Markers in
Klamath County, Oregon

A Sordid Wild West Story After the Collapse Algoma Sawmill Ancient Spirits Applegate Trail Applegate Trail Applegate Trail Applegate Trail Balloon Bomb Bear Valley Before the Collapse Beginning of a Trail Bonanza Chase Stage Station Collier Memorial Logging Museum Competing Attractions Cooper Stage - Station Site Crystal Recreation Area Dennis Crawley Cabin Denny Creek Eulalona First School Fort Klamath Military Cemetery Memorial Freight and Stage Road Ft. Klamath Frontier Post Geologic Apocalypse George Nurse George Nurse (In Memory of) Gerber Ranch Glacial Valleys Haynesville Henley School World War II Memorial Horn's Camp 1895 - 1898 Kerwin Ranch Klamath Basin History Klamath County's First White Settler Klamath Falls City Hall Klamath Falls City Library Klamath Fish Hatchery Klamath River Crossing Lindsey Applegate Locomotive 2579 Lost River Gap and Ford Marion Apartments Merganser Mt. Laki Community Presbyterian Church World War II Memorial New Pokegama - 1903-1909 Old Pokegama Oregon History - Upper Klamath Lake Parker Station Pioneer Furtrader Potter's Mill Pumice Desert Resolving the Oregon Question Rourk Store Second Klamath River Ford Site of Fort Klamath Snow Spencer Creek Crossing / Camp Day Steam, Iron, and Strong Backs Stephen Tyng Mather Stone Bridge Stout Abner Stukel Ranch Swede’s Cut The 42nd Parallel The Applegate Trail The Applegate Trail The First Sawmill The Klamath Tribes The Legacy Link The Ranch of J. Frank Adams The River Link The Stone Bridge The Town of Fort Klamath This Marks the Road to Topsy Grade Topsy Grade Topsy Station UMC Indian Mission Upper Klamath Lake Van Brimmer Cabin 1864-1928 Veterans Memorial Walters Cabin Tree Planting Western International History Weyerhaeuser Camp 3 Weyerhaeuser Camp 4 White Lake City Whitebark Pines Whitlock House Whittle's Ferry Site Williamson River "Little Meadows" "Robber's Rock."