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Philip Foster Farm

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

Follow Highway 211 to Eagle Creek, 6 miles south of Sandy. 

Philip Foster’s place on Eagle Creek was the emigrants’ last stop before reaching Oregon City and the end of the Oregon Trail. Weary pioneers could rest here, buy food, or sample one of Mrs. Foster’s famous home-cooked meals before moving down the road. The (last) Foster house, built in 1882, is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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