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Hoskins covered bridge

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Hoskins Covered bridge over the Luckiamute River in Benton County, Oregon, is a 75 foot span built in 1938 for $3,815 to replace an earlier covered bridge built in 1900. The bridge was wrecked by the Columbus Day Storm, October 12, 1962, and was replaced by a concrete bridge completed in 1963. Location: T10S R6S S30"Two miles beyond Kings Valley a side road leads to nearby Hoskins, where a fort was erected in 1856. General P.H. Sheridan + General Fredrick T. Dent, brother to Mrs. U.S. Grant, were stationed here when they enjoyed a lesser command in the 1850's."--Back of photograph.Courtesy of State Library of Oregon

Topics: Covered bridges
Year: 1940
OAI identifier: oai:digital.osl.state.or.us:osl_94817
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