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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

* Jacksonville Haunted HistoryJacksonville Haunted History

Time: 7:00 pm

1-hour walking tours share tales of ghosts and spirits from Jacksonville's pioneer past. 7 & 7:30 pm tours highlight brothels, epidemics, hangings and homes; 7:15 & 7:45 pm tours feature arson, saloons, Chinatown, and 2 of the most haunted houses in town. $5/per person. Reservations: 541-245-3650; info@historicjacksonville.org.

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* "Walk through History""Walk through History"

Time: 10:00 am

Trace Jacksonville history through its businesses, fraternal orders, churches, and public buildings from the discovery of gold to the coming of the railroad in these 1-hour walking tours leaving from Courthouse Square (North 5th between C and D streets) at 10 am every Saturday from June 1st through August 31st. FREE!

* "19th Century Family Life""19th Century Family Life"

Time: 11:00 am

Half hour tours beginning every 20 minutes from 11am to 3pm highlight the 1873 home of Jacksonville's most prominent pioneer family, the family members, and 19th Century Victorian life style. $3

* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Walk through History""Walk through History"

Time: 10:00 am

Trace Jacksonville history through its businesses, fraternal orders, churches, and public buildings from the discovery of gold to the coming of the railroad in these 1-hour walking tours leaving from Courthouse Square (North 5th between C and D streets) at 10 am every Saturday from June 1st through August 31st. FREE!

* "19th Century Family Life""19th Century Family Life"

Time: 11:00 am

Half hour tours beginning every 20 minutes from 11am to 3pm highlight the 1873 home of Jacksonville's most prominent pioneer family, the family members, and 19th Century Victorian life style. $3

* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Walk through History""Walk through History"

Time: 10:00 am

Trace Jacksonville history through its businesses, fraternal orders, churches, and public buildings from the discovery of gold to the coming of the railroad in these 1-hour walking tours leaving from Courthouse Square (North 5th between C and D streets) at 10 am every Saturday from June 1st through August 31st. FREE!

* "19th Century Family Life""19th Century Family Life"

Time: 11:00 am

Half hour tours beginning every 20 minutes from 11am to 3pm highlight the 1873 home of Jacksonville's most prominent pioneer family, the family members, and 19th Century Victorian life style. $3

* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Walk through History""Walk through History"

Time: 10:00 am

Trace Jacksonville history through its businesses, fraternal orders, churches, and public buildings from the discovery of gold to the coming of the railroad in these 1-hour walking tours leaving from Courthouse Square (North 5th between C and D streets) at 10 am every Saturday from June 1st through August 31st. FREE!

* "19th Century Family Life""19th Century Family Life"

Time: 11:00 am

Half hour tours beginning every 20 minutes from 11am to 3pm highlight the 1873 home of Jacksonville's most prominent pioneer family, the family members, and 19th Century Victorian life style. $3

* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

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* "Walk through History""Walk through History"

Time: 10:00 am

Trace Jacksonville history through its businesses, fraternal orders, churches, and public buildings from the discovery of gold to the coming of the railroad in these 1-hour walking tours leaving from Courthouse Square (North 5th between C and D streets) at 10 am every Saturday from June 1st through August 31st. FREE!

* "19th Century Family Life""19th Century Family Life"

Time: 11:00 am

Half hour tours beginning every 20 minutes from 11am to 3pm highlight the 1873 home of Jacksonville's most prominent pioneer family, the family members, and 19th Century Victorian life style. $3

* "Behind the Counter" Tours"Behind the Counter" Tours

Time: 11:00 am

Explore the oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest, preserved as a museum since 1915. Over $40 million in gold crossed its counters during Jacksonville's gold mining heydays in the mid 1800s - equal to over $1 billion today. 11am - 4pm. Free.

 

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