1902 Shaniko Hotel Oregon Or Central Oregon Stagecoach Stage Coach Cowboy Photo
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"Central Oregon Stagecoachs Leaving Shaniko Oregon"
The town of Shaniko was planned before it was born. It was the brainchild of a group of bankers and businessmen in The Dalles Oregon. By 1900 many permanent buildings had been erected including a hotel, a combination City Hall, Fire Hall and jail.The reason for the town was the enormous production of wool, Central Oregon being one huge sheep ranch in the 1900s. The only outlet for these thousands of bales of fleece was the The Dalles. In 1898, in order to expedite the shipment of wool, a railroad was brought in from Biggs Junction on the Columbia River. Since a railroad could not be useful without a terminal, the town of Shaniko was built.
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