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TitleLincoln County rivers navigability study
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication1981
AuthorsFarnell, James E., and [Oregon] Division of State Lands
Pagination40 p.
Date PublishedMarch_1981
Institution[Oregon Division of State Lands]
CitySalem, OR
Call NumberGuin Yaquina File, Digital Open Access
KeywordsAlsea River estuary, Big Elk Creek, Elk City, environmental policy and law, general, historical, hydrology, industrial development, recreational fisheries, Siletz River estuary, water rights, water use, Yaquina Bay, Yaquina River, Yaquina River Basin
NotesAn 1859 law makes navigational waterways in Oregon the property of the State. The 1973 state legislature required the Division of State Lands to study state waterways with an emphasis on navigational waterways. "This report deals with those rivers in Lincoln County which had significant navigation: the Alsea, Yaquina and Siletz" (from the Introduction). Color photographs, historical b/w photographs. Excellent source of historical information on use of rivers.
URLhttps://digital.osl.state.or.us/islandora/object/osl%3A14178
Label4973