50 years ago — 1969 A 15-star, 15-stripe flag of the sort flown over Fort Clatsop by the Lewis and Clark party will ... Astoria chamber of commerce directors Friday. An early-morning fire Sunday ...
When you visit Fort Clatsop National Historical Park near Astoria, be ready for an explosive experience when park rangers put on a demonstration with their black powder muskets. It’s a loud, smoky ...
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The first replica of Fort Clatsop was built in 1955 based on a floor plan that William Clark drew on the elk-skin cover of one of his journals. The replica was destroyed by fire in October 2005 and ...
WARRENTON, Ore. — The cause of the Monday fire that destroyed a replica of the compound where the Lewis and Clark expedition spent the winter of 1805-06 still has not been determined, but ...
PORTLAND – The fire that destroyed a replica of Fort Clatsop early this month was started accidentally by a small fire burning on a hearth in one of the barracks, Park Superintendent Chip Jenkins said ...
... spent the soggy winter of 1805-1806 was destroyed by a suspicious fire, authorities said Tuesday. Volunteer firefighters worked for hours to try to save Fort Clatsop at the Lewis and Clark ...
The fire that destroyed a replica of Fort Clatsop on Oct. 3 was started accidentally by a small fire on a hearth in one of the barracks, said Chip Jenkins, superintendent of Lewis and Clark National ...
WARRENTON, Ore. — The National Park Service is looking for a pickup that was seen at the site of the fire last night that destroyed Fort Clatsop, a popular tourist attraction and replica of the ...
"While we are all heartbroken over the fire that recently destroyed the Fort Clatsop replica, we continue working with the National Park Service and our other partners to ensure ‘Destination: The ...
... shut down Thursday afternoon just past the entrance to Fort Clatsop, but travelers were still able to access the park. Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon State Police, Warrenton Fire and ...
All await along a stretch of Clatsop ... destroyed by fire weeks before the November 2005 bicentennial celebration of Lewis & Clark's journey to the Pacific Northwest. Four miles south of Astoria near ...