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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Table Rocks

The Takelma Tribe Today

What happened to the Takelma?

Miners in Southwest Oregon

Although there were small numbers of settlers in the region as early as the late 1820's to the late 1840's, it wasn't until gold was discovered in the Rogue Valley in 1851 that a flood of prospectors and settlers came into the area. Their incentive was also bolstered by the 1850 Oregon Donation Land Act (ODLA) that offered "free land claims." more>>

Where are the Takelma now?

Agnes Baker-Pilgrim

In the early 1970's the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians began reorganizing and holding meetings again. The major topic was discussion of the effects of termination and possible ways to recover from it. After the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin was restored to federal recognition as a tribe in 1973, the Siletz people started on the same path. more>>

Who settled the area after the Takelma?

Modern Day Table Rocks Settlement

After 1856, following the removal of the Native Americans from the region, agriculture developed around the Table Rocks. In 1872, a Table Rock post office opened up, followed by a school district in 1879. Recreational hikers began to enjoy the Table Rocks during the late 1800's and early 1900's. more>>