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Posted on: October 11th, 2012 by Annie Von Domitz in Oregon Trail Interpretive Sites | No Comments

On I-84 at exit 137.

In the 1840s, many pioneers rafted down the Columbia River in Hudson’s Bay Company bateaux (boats) or Indian canoes. Many others chose to travel across the Columbia Plateau south of Arlington. An interpretive shelter in Arlington’s City Park describes the emigrants’ challenges and options on this section of the Trail.

City of Arlington.

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