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Anchor Hill - also called Layng Hill
Pencil drawing of "Anchor" Hill, 1956

Photo of Anchor Hill and the anchor

Mr. Morris Raymond, a lifetime resident of the area, did this pencil drawing of Anchor Hill in 1956. Some local people believe that the "anchor" may be a symbol made by the native Kalapuya Indians. The anchor or arrow has now been covered up by logging and blackberries.

Paragraph 9: The road to the upper camps     

Paragraph 240: Opal hears thoughts coming from Anchor Hill:     

drawing courtesy of Morris Raymond  



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