An upgraded water supply will not only help protect Fort Clatsop from fire, but also the park’s administrative office, maintenance shop and visitor’s center that houses a full museum collection. Overdue for rehab Following the Fort
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 compound where the Lewis and Clark expedition …
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 Thursday. The 50-year-old replica …
Thought you all might want to know this since it's often recommended as a place to visit in Astoria. Apparently half the fort burned, and the rest is a loss. According to what I read/heard, it will be rebuilt, but not in time for the Lewis & Clark ...
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 investigators say there are no conclusive signs …
I was deeply saddened by the news of the Fort Clatsop fire. I have no doubt that the community of Astoria will pull together as it always does during this difficult time. The bi-centennial activites will go on as planned and US …
And while there are more important things for the federal government to concern itself with rebuilding, especially in the Gulf South, the Fort Clatsop fire need not pour ... The winning bidder could rebuild Fort Clatsop (and winter there, if so …
... 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 National Historic Park after the fire broke out …
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 Historical Park. The 50-year-old replica …
WARRENTON, Ore. — A fire that destroyed the replica of Fort Clatsop, where Meriwether Lewis and William Clark spent the winter of 1805-1806, has provided a rare chance for archaeologists to probe the ground where the fort stood, …