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According to some early records the vicinity was also referred to as Plymouth Rock or Plymouth and the earliest election district established here was named the Plymouth precinct. Many of the town's buildings, including the COLUMBIA COUNTY COURT HOUSE, at First St. Helens, would easily surpass the newly founded village of Portland as a fresh water port. Helens burned and Portland businessmen persuaded Pacific Mail to move its terminal to their new town on the Columbia River, near the mouth of the Willamette. The famous geologist, Thomas Condon, taught the first school in St. In 1854 Columbia County was created, being formerly a part of Washington County. The present town site was chartered by an act of the Legislature on February 25, 1889. From the Oregon State Archives "A 1940 Journey Across Oregon": "... Its manufacturing plants produce insulating board, pulp and paper, lumber, and dairy products. Helens was first known as Wyeth's Rock for the early trader, Nathaniel Wyeth, who had built a temporary post here in 1834. Helens, England, and for the beautiful mountain that rises a few miles to the northeast. 4th St., was built in 1847 with lumber shipped around Cape Horn from Bath, Maine. Oregon Geographic Names (Mc Arthur and Mc Arthur, 2003) states "Plymouth" was used in print in 18, and "New Plymouth" appeared in print in 1849. Oregon Geographic Names goes on to state that in August 1849 Knighton signed a deed in which he refers to "Plymouth and now called Kasenau", after Chief Cassino, a prominent native in the area. Nevertheless, because there are proportionately few non-contributing properties in the historic downtown, the district is cohesive, especially in its array of buildings dating from the period 1906-1934. The eastern edge of the district is defined by the Columbia River along Strand and to the northeast by a cliff along the west side of River Street. Knighton, a mariner from New England who emigrated to the area in 1845. Within the district are 17 significant properties dating from the earliest period of development, 84 significant properties dating from the years of upbuilding following the disastrous fire of 1904, 16 properties which are chronologically historic but which do not contribute in present condition, 9 compatible but non-historic buildings, 3 non-contributing buildings, and 20 vacant parcels. The district has a varied topography due to the fact that a series of basalt ridges and rocky outcroppings runs through the area in a north/south direction. Helens, Oregon, was first called "Plymouth" by founder Henry M. The District rougly covers Strand, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Cowlitz, and St. It encompasses 145 separately owned parcels, though some parcels contain more than one structure, thus making an approximate total of 149 separately evaluated properties.

The Columbia County Bank "is the oldest bank in the county, and from the standpoint of capital stock and resources is also the strongest in the county. The bank failed during the Great Depression." Source: National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form, 1984, St. On the southeast side of the Columbia County Courthouse lies Columbia View Park. Helens, and enters Scappoose Bay as it merges into the Multnomah Channel. Helens-Scappoose Chamber of Commerce (South Columbia County Chamber of Commerce). A "Flag and Fountain" commemorate the event, and buried within is a "Time Capsule", scheduled to be be opened 100 years later, on July 4, 2089.(June 15) Campbell played his final Nashville show in early January 2012, performing at the Ryman Aditorium with a band that included three of his children.He opened with “Gentle On My Mind,” played many of his hits and thrilled an audience that included Tucker, Grand Ole Opry stars Jeannie Seely and Ricky Skaggs and fellow Country Music Hall of Famer Ralph Emery.“Campbell remained in fine voice and proved to still be a staggeringly sharp and fluid guitarist, wowing the crowd early on with an explosive solo on ‘Gentle’ and muscular melodic licks on his classic ‘Galveston,’ ” wrote Dave Paulson of The Tennessean.That month, "I'll Be Me," a documentary about Campbell's final tour, debuted at the Nashville Film Festival.The film's theme, "I'm Not Gonna Miss You," was written by Campbell and Julian Raymond. Driggs, 1905, Ox-Team Days on the Oregon Trail, by Ezra Meeker, World Book Company, New York, p.72-73; National Register of Historic Places website, 2007, 2015; National Railway Historical Society, Pacific Northwest Chapter website, 2016; Oregon State Archives website, 2005, 2016; St.