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Baker City, Oregon
Agness, Oregon
Culture, History
We are sorry to report that the US Forest Service reposed our museum and we are now closed until we can find another location.
Albany, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
Brooks, Oregon
Salem, Oregon
Historic House
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Troutdale, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
Art
Medford, Oregon
Historic House
Philomath, Oregon
Art, History
Butte Falls, Oregon
History
Prineville, Oregon
History
Brooks, Oregon
Specialized
Salem, Oregon
Historic House
Portland, Oregon
Historic House
White City, Oregon
Culture, General, History, Military, Specialized
The Camp White training site consisted of buildings and an area stretching to the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. A few miles from the camp were Upper and Lower Table Rocks, flat rock formations hundreds of feet high, and Mt. McGlaughlin which looked like an inverted ice cream cone. In addition to the 300th, Camp White was the training site for their sister battalion, the 299th Combat Engineers.
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