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Clark's Tree

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Clark's Tree on the Discovery Trail (bobcat)
Captain William Clark Monument on the Discovery Trail (bobcat)

Description

Clark’s Tree is a memorial to Captain William Clark’s northernmost passage on the beach in November, 1805. The seaward side of the tree replicates the message Clark carved on a similar piece of driftwood. The tree is the last (or first, beginning at the north end of the trail) in a series of interpretive signs and sculptures that line the Long Beach section of the Discovery Trail.

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