EARLY RANCHES & LANDMARKS
OF PRAIRIE CITY & DIXIE CREEK

[MAPS FOLLOW TABLE - NUMBERS COINCIDE W/NUMBERS ON MAPS]

From "Upper John Day River - Early Days in Prairie City"
by Mayme Schwartz Blinn and Richard Joseph Blinn

1. William Nelson
41. Veitch
2. Sherman Pugsley
42. H. Meador
3. Fort Logan
43. Grist Mill
4. Jim Cozart
44. Stambro
5. Strawberry School
45. William Waldon
6. Frank Howell
46. Os Meador
7. William Galbraith
47. T.H. Meador
8. Herman Olp
48. Mose Hess
9. Bricktop Guttridge
49. Thomas Whitmeyer
10. George Bradford 50. Bob Stambro
11. Arkansas Howell
51. John Bailey
12. Charles Tureman 52. Clyde Buchanan
13. John Tureman 53. Sam French
14. Henderson Harrier 54. Riverside School
15. Bradford 55. Fred French
16. William Olp 56. Frank French
17. William Hall 57. French Lane
18. Asa Blinn 58. William Axe
19. J. Buckingham 59. Eugene Daly
20. McHaley Cemetery 60. Ol Meador
21. Security Trenches 61. Bill Claflin
22. J.W. Carpenter 62. Meador School
23. Marion Anderson 63. Meador Lane
24. Jim Drewett 64. George Meador
25. Al Drewett 65. Joe Johnson
26. John Blinn 66. Collier
27. Earl Blinn 67. McHaley-Blinn
28. Rice McHaley 68. McQuire Bros.
29. Justin Henry 69. Joe Deardorff
30. Springate 70. John Laurance
31. Flynn Station 71. Buck Laurance
32. Bill Ward Mine 72. Charles Cooley
33. Quartzburg 73. Flem Deardorff
34. Standard Mine 74. Bob Deardorff
35. Copperopolis Mine 75. Andy Thompson
36. Keystone Mine 76. Thompson School
37. To Dixie Meadows 77. Swanson
38. Lige Laurance 78. Ed Preston
39. Lewis Armstrong 79. Walter Wilcox
40. Town Cemetery 80. Blue Mt. Hot Springs














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