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Philip Foster Farm

Philip Foster was one of Oregon's earliest settlers, arriving with his family by ship via Cape Horn and the Sandwich Islands in 1843. He played an important part in Oregon's early history, serving as the first treasurer of the Provisional Government in 1844 and 1845.

The Philip Foster Farm is now a National Historic Site and open to the public every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11am-4pm, mid-June through the end of September.

Period dressed volunteers are on hand to tell stories of the past, demonstrate pioneer skills, and offer hands-on activities for the whole family.

Location: 29912 SE Highway 211, Eagle Creek Oregon 97002 Telephone 503-637-6324 Fax 503-637-5121

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