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William McCredie House, 2606 Old Stage Road, Central Point, Jackson County, OR

William McCredie House, 2606 Old Stage Road, Central Point, Jackson County, OR



Significance: The McCredie House is one of a dozen or more rural structures built during a period of agricultural expansion (circa 1900) in the area north of Jacksonville, Oregon. Historically, the McCredie House and land enjoys associations with a number of prominent local citizens including Granville Sears and Emil Britt. Originally a Donation Land Claim parcel, the land is adjacent to to the Old Stage Road, once an important communications route in Southern Oregon.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-16
Survey number: HABS OR-128
Building/structure dates: ca. 1906 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


central point42.35327, -122.94029
Google Map of 42.3532749, -122.940286


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