History & Culture
Historic Photos: Siuslaw National Forest Collection
Nearly 5,000 digital images of the Siuslaw National Forest are available to you through Oregon State University Libraries.
The images are part of the Siuslaw National Forest Digital Collection and include pictures dating back to the beginnings of the Siuslaw in 1908 to the present.
A highlight of the collection is photographs taken by Corydon Cronk during his time as an assistant ranger in 1910-1911.
The collection will be expanded as other historic information is converted into digital format.
Celebrating the Siuslaw ~ A Century of Growth
Siuslaw National Forest turned 100 on July 1, 2008
The Forest kicked off the Centennial Celebration at the dedication of the Giant Spruce of Cape Perpetua as a Heritage Tree on September 15, 2007.
- Track our Forest History timeline through the decades.
- Siuslaw Centennial "Fun Facts". Historical vignettes from the past 100 years.
|Alsea Fisherman||Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Cape Perpetua ~ 1930's|
|Looking southward along the Pacific Ocean from Cape Perpetua. Photo taken September 1931||West Shelter at Cape Perpetua built by Civilian Conservation Corps|