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Monday, April 16, 2012

I Dream of Eugene: "Just where was that Skinner Cabin?"

In February, I created a post called "I Dream of Eugene: A History Lesson on the Sidewalk".   It is about the settling of the city of Eugene.  Skinner's Butte park had a replica of the Skinner Family's cabin nestled into the park's hillside for years and years.  The city eventually moved the cabin to another location in the park to make it more accessible to visitors.  I was searching around the internet trying to figure out where the Skinner's actually built their cabin and couldn't find what I was after.  

Luckily, I had the information at my fingertips right here in our little home office.  I just came across it and scanned it today for those of you who are also wondering.  Here is the info:

Eugene Skinner

Mary Skinner

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Lisa Ricard Claro said...

How is it that you are not being paid by the Chamber of Commerce? You're a one woman advertisement for the wonders of Oregon! Interesting stuff.

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Thanks, Lisa! I'm hoping to be discovered here shortly.

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