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Silvies School Picnic Area

The Silvies School Picnic Area is a privately-owned rest stop located ten miles south of Seneca, Oregon in the Silvies Valley.  The old schoolhouse includes several deskchairs in neat rows, a flag and a potbelly stove. Behind the building is this barn where students once left their horses during class after riding to school.


The front yard includes an up-to-date playground, a covered picnic area and two nice bathrooms with flushing toilets, sinks and baby changing tables.


Informational signs tell the story of the area, that the town, valley, ranch and river are named for Captain Antonine Sylvaille who came to the valley to trap beaver.


The site was where the Silvies Post Office once stood, opening in 1892 with Adelaide Cross serving as the first postmaster there. The Silvies School was built after the post office and was last used around 1940.


There were once three schools and over 70 ranches in the Silvies Valley.




Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12804x6402
Taken: 19/06/2022
Uploaded: 14/12/2022


Tags: silvies school; schoolhouse; oregon; barn; historic; picnic area; highway 395; silvies valley ranch; carriage; equipment; farming; ranching; playground
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