Jacksonville, Oregon
Population: 2800

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Jacksonville was founded following discovery of gold deposits in 1851–1852.
When the gold deposits were worked out, and the railway bypassed Jacksonville in 1884, the city’s economy slowed. This had the unintended benefit of preserving a number of structures, which led to Jacksonville being designated a National Historic District in 1966, covering over 100 buildings.


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