1. Lookout tower on the North Umpqua. College of Forestry Photograph Collection (P 61) Forestry Structures. Osu archives. North Umpqua River, history




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63. Diamond Lake scenes, ca. 1925. Extension and Experiment Station Communications Photograph Collection (P 120). 1925. OSU Archives. Diamond Lake, history, photograph

OSU Archives ref #: 6337-6339


64. Jackman, E. R. View of dairy farms on Smith River, a dairy section of Douglas County, ca. 1925. E. R. Jackman Photograph Collection (P 89) -- Farm Scenes. 1925. Smith River, photograph


65. Oregon. State Engineer, U.S. Geological Survey. Water resources of the state of Oregon: summary of available information 1914-1924 : Umpqua, Coquille. (Bulletin / Oregon State Engineer.) no.7 pp.154-163. Salem, Or.: State Printing Dept.; 1925. Available through Interlibrary Loan, Digital Open Access. Umpqua River Basin, Umpqua River, Elkton, North Umpqua River, Toketee Falls, Glide, Oak Creek, Diamond Lake, Lake Creek, Ash, Mill Creek, South Fork Coquille River, Powers, hydrology, hydrography, streamflow, water use

http://soda.sou.edu/Data/Library1/070307a1.pdf.


66. U.S. House of Representatives. Examination and survey of Umpqua River, Oreg. (69th Congress, 1st Session, House Document.) no.320 1925. OSU Libraries: Valley Library Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River, navigation

House Document.


67. Stearns, Harold T. Geologic examination of reservoir and dam sites in the drainage basin of the Rogue, Umpqua, Siletz, and McKenzie rivers in Western Oregon. California Water Resource Center Archives. 1926. 24 p. Not Available for Loan. Umpqua River Basin, Siletz River Basin, Rogue River Basin, McKenzie River Basin, hydrology, dams

Archival manuscript. Author born in 1900, still publishing in 1960s -- not in public domain.


68. U. S. Geological Survey. Plan and profile of Umpqua River above Scottsburg, Oregon, North Umpqua River and tributaries [cartographic material]. 1926. OSU Libraries: Maps G 4292 .U46 C31 1926 U5 G4. Umpqua River, North Umpqua River, map

9 sheets


69. U.S. House of Representatives. Committee on Rivers and Harbors. Examination of Umpqua River and entrance, Oreg.,. (70th Congress, 1st Session, House Document ) no.317 1927. OSU Libraries: Valley Library Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River, harbor, navigation, jetties, physical modification

House Document.


70. Umpqua River Water and Fish Bill. (Oregon. Office of the Secretary of State. Voters pamphlet) Salem, Or.: 1928. p.30-43. water rights, environmental law and policy, Umpqua River, North Umpqua River, Rogue River, Deschutes River, McKenzie River

Along with companion measures for the Rogue, Deschutes and McKenzie Rivers, the Umpqua River Water and Fish Bill would have blocked "from further appropriation or condemnation, subject to vested rights, and to rights of riparian owners to water for domestic use, of all unappropriated waters thereof." These rivers were to be kept closer to their natural conditions, with water not allowed to be withdrawn. The measure applied to the North Fork of the Umpqua River.The initiative was sponsored by the Oregon Game Protective Association. Some motivation for the bills came from proposals to dam the Rogue River and divert its waters to California. The bill was opposed by numerous Chambers of Commerce and several city governments and was resoundingly defeated. http://library.state.or.us/repository/2010/201003011350161/


71. Matthews, Oliver. North Umpqua suspension bridge. Oliver Matthews Photograph Collection (P 118). 1928. OSU Archives. photograph, North Umpqua River


72. Matthews, Oliver. Steamboat Creek bridge. Oliver Matthews Photograph Collection (P 118). 1928. OSU Archives 684. photograph


73. Cobb, John N. Pacific salmon fisheries. In: U.S. Bureau of Fisheries. Report of the Commissioner of Fisheries for 1930. Appendix xiii. (Bureau of Fisheries document) no.1092. 1930. p.409-704. OSU Libraries: Valley SH11 .A4, Guin SH11 .A4. Chinook salmon = Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, Sockeye salmon = Oncorhynchus nerka, Coho salmon = Oncorhynchus kisutch, Pink (humpback) salmon = Oncorhynchus gorbuscha, Chum salmon = Oncorhynchus keta

General reference. History of fisheries, canned pack statistics, records of fish planting in rivers. Colorful language at times. Photographs. "With the exception of Rogue River, this is the only river in Oregon south of the Columbia River in which a spring run of chinook salmon occurs. As early as 1878 there were two canneries located on the Umpqua, one of which was built by George W. Hume." Gives canned salmon pack statistics 1878-1927. Gives fish planting statistics 1901-1928.


74. Gifford, Ralph I. Umpqua Bridge, Reedsport, Oregon, late 1930s (5 8x10 negatives). Gifford Photograph Collection (P 218). 1930. OSU Archives. photograph, Umpqua River, Reedsport

B-U-1 through B-U-4


75. Jones, Benjamin Earl, Stearns, Harold Thornton. Water-power resources of the Umpqua River and its tributaries, Oregon. (Water-supply paper (Washington, D.C.).) no.636 Reston, Va.: U.S. Geological Survey; 1930. OSU Libraries: Valley Storage TC801 .U54. Umpqua River, North Umpqua River, South Umpqua River, Smith River, hydrology, streamflow, dams

Dual series: also called Contributions to the hydrology of the United States, 1929.


76. Mott, Lawrence. As a sportsman sees the Umpqua Valley / written for Chamber of Commerce, Roseburg, Oregon by Lawrence Mott. Roseburg, Or.: Roseburg Chamber of Commerce; 1930. Available through Interlibrary Loan. recreational fisheries, recreational uses, tourism.


77. Wilson, E. E. View of Diamond Lake, ca. 1930 [archival photograph]. E. E. Wilson Photograph Collection (P 101). 1930. OSU Archives. Diamond Lake,

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78. Wilson, E. E. Fishermen at Diamond Lake ca. 1930 [archival photograph]. E. E. Wilson Photograph Collection (P 101). 1930. OSU Archives. Diamond Lake,

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79. Wilson, E. E. Views of Diamond Lake, ca. 1930 [archival photograph]. E. E. Wilson Photograph Collection (P 101). 1930. OSU Archives. Diamond Lake,

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80. Matthews, Oliver. Draw Bridge Reedsport, Oregon. Oliver Matthews Photograph Collection (P 118). 1934. OSU Archives 1105. photograph, Umpqua River, Reedsport


81. U.S. House of Representatives. Authorizing preliminary examination of Umpqua River, Oreg., with view to control of floods. (74th Congress, 1st Session, House Report ) no. 369 1935. OSU Libraries: Valley Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River Basin, climate, precipitation, hydrography, flooding

House Document.


82. U.S. Senate. Authorizing preliminary examination of Umpqua River, Oreg., with view to control of floods. (74th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Report.) no. 379 1935. OSU Libraries: Valley Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River, hydrology, streamflow, flooding, dams

Senate Report.


83. Carlson, G. E. Inner harbor survey report, Umpqua River, Oregon. Reedsport, Ore.1937. Available through Interlibrary Loan. Umpqua River Estuary, harbors, map

In Special Collections at the University of Oregon. 132 p. + colored map.


84. Roth, A. R. A survey of the waters of the South Umpqua Ranger District : Umpqua National Forest. Portland, Or.: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region; 1937. OSU Libraries: Valley SH35.O7 U65, Digital Open Access. South Umpqua River, Deadman Creek, Boulder Creek, Ash Creek, Buckeye Creek, Quartz Creek, Skillet Creek, Black Rock Fork, Prong Creek, Fish Lake Creek, Castle Rock Creek, High Rock Creek, Corral Creek, Box Creek, Duncan Creek, Elk Creek, Jackson Creek, Beaver Creek, Squaw Creek, Lonewoman Creek, Abbott Creek, hydrology, water temperature, aquatic insects, aquatic invertebrates, fishes, species list, habitats, natural resource management

Baseline temperature data for the South Umpqua http://hdl.handle.net/1957/9761.


85. Oregon. State Planning Board. Statement by the Oregon State Planning Board on development of the Umpqua river basin. Submitted by Ormond R. Bean ... to Major S.L. Damon, district engineer, U.S. Engineer Department at hearing in Roseburg, June 10, 1938. Salem?1938. OSU Libraries: Valley Storage TC425.U5 O7. hydrology, flooding, water use,

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86. U.S. Senate. Report on reexamination of Umpqua Harbor and River, Oreg.,. (75th Congress, 3rd Session, Senate Document.) no.158 1938. OSU Libraries: Valley Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River, harbor, jetties, navigation, physical modification,

Senate Document.


87. Anonymous. Oregon coast shad run best in years. Pacific fisherman. 1939;v.37 (no.8):p.50. OSU Libraries: Guin SH1 .P2. Shad = Alosa sapidissima, Umpqua River, introduced species

"The best run of fish experienced in many years invaded the Umpqua and Smith Rivers."


88. U.S. Senate. Report on reexamination of Umpqua River and Harbor, Oreg. (76th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Document ) no.86 1939. OSU Libraries: Valley Library Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River, harbor, jetties, navigation, physical modification

Senate Document.


89. Shad in Oregon rivers. Pacific fisherman. 1940;38 (8):58. OSU Libraries: Guin SH1 .P2. Shad = Alosa sapidissima, Umpqua River, Smith River, Siuslaw River, Coquille River, Coos Bay

Shad started running May 6, "in good quantity" in the Umpqua and Smith Rivers, with small runs in the Siuslaw, Coquille and Coos rivers around that time. Coos Bay catches around 40-150 lbs by mid-May. Roe shad brought "about 22c apiece, while the buck shad were bringing 2c apiece."


90. Fall season on Umpqua. Pacific fisherman. 1940;38 (12):30. OSU Libraries: Guin SH1 .P2. Coho salmon = Oncorhynchus kisutch, gillnets, Umpqua River

Paragraph describes fall season for salmon on the Umpqua, which opened Sept. 15. Describes gillnet regulations. Smaller mesh fishing delayed while price difference between buyers and fishermen over silver salmon was worked out.


91. Gifford, Ralph I. Summer Squall in Diamond Lake, Oregon, ca. 1940. Gifford Photograph Collection (P218). 1940. OSU Archives. photograph, Diamond Lake

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92. Gifford, Ralph I. Boat Tied to Shore of Diamond Lake, ca. 1940. Gifford Photograph Collection (P218). 1940. OSU Archives. photograph, Diamond Lake

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93. U.S. House of Representatives. Report on survey of Umpqua River and tributaries. (76th Congress, 3rd Session, House Document ) no. 684 1940. OSU Libraries: Valley Library Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River Basin, Umpqua River, North Umpqua River, South Umpqua River, Smith River, map

House Document.


94. U.S. Senate. Report on Umpqua Harbor and River, Oreg., with view to improvement of Winchester Bay. (77th Congress, 2nd session, Senate Document ) no. 191 1942. OSU Libraries: Valley Documents Serial Set. Umpqua River Estuary, Winchester Bay, harbor, navigation, dredging, physical modification

Senate Document.


95. Branstead. Headwaters of the South Umpqua River, Southern Oregon. Pack train carrying supplies to Snow Survey shelter passes the Upper Seven Lakes Basin Snow Course Marker. . Extension and Experiment Station Communications Photograph Collection (P 120). 1944. OSU Archives. photograph, South Umpqua River

Ore-40224. "This marker standing high above the mountain meadow in the summer time is barely out of the snow in winter."


96. Hoy, M. T., Oregon. Fish Commission. Statistical bulletin : take or catch of commercial food fish, Columbia River and major coastal streams, 1928-1943. Portland, Or.: Fish Commission of Oregon; 1944. 48 p. Digital Open Access. Umpqua River, Columbia River, Nehalem River, Tillamook Bay, Siletz Bay, Yaquina Bay, Yaquina River, Alsea River, Siuslaw River, Coos Bay, Coquille River, Chinook almon = Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, Coho salmon = Oncorhynchus kisutch, Chum salmon = Oncorhynchus keta, white sturgeon = Acipenser transmontanus, Green sturgeon = Acipenser medirostris, Striped Bass = Morone saxatilis, Shad = Alosa sapidissima, statistics, commercial fisheries, recreational fisheries

Gives statistics of landings from 1928-1943. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/19574


97. Crest of Willamette flood due Sunday; Corvallis-Albany-Salem area warned. Sunday Oregonian. 1945:p.10. OSU Libraries: Valley Microfilm AN.U5 O66, Electronic Subscription. Umpqua River Basin, Umpqua River, Reedsport, climate, precipitation, flooding, coastal hazards

Many coastal areas received 3-5 inches of rain in a 24 hour period during the storms of December 26-29, 1945. "Combination of a high tide and flooding waters of the Umpqua River sent water swirling into most homes and business places of Reedsport on the coast. With logs and lumber drifting about the city in water one to two feet deep, all people were removed from places regarded as dangerous."


98. Needham, P. R. Coastal fisheries maintenance problems. Oregon State Game Commission Bulletin. 1946;1 (1):1,3-4. OSU Libraries: Valley SK439 .A31. Umpqua River, Rogue River, fisheries

Details Rogue and Umpqua studies


99. Oregon. Fish Commission, Oregon. State Game Commission. The Umpqua River study : a joint report. 74 pp. + plates.1946. OSU Libraries: Valley SH222.O7 A37. Umpqua River Basin, Chinook salmon = Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, Coho salmon = Oncorhynchus kisutch, steelhead trout = Oncorhynchus mykiss, Cutthroat trout = Oncorhynchus clarki, American shad = Alosa sapidissima, striped bass = Morone saxatilis, Green sturgeon = Acipenser medirostris, white sturgeon = Acipenser transmontanus, population biology, population count, commercial fisheries, recreational fisheries, logging, industrial development, human impacts, habitats, natural resource management.

"The species of anadromous fish entering the Umpqua River are: chinook salmon (spring, summer, and fall runs), silver salmon, steelhead trout (summer and winter runs), cutthroat trout, shad, striped bass and sturgeon. The winter steelhead, striped bass, and shad runs appear to be maintaining themselves. The runs of the other species appear to be in various stages of depletion." (from the Summary, p.1) This study examines the causes of fish run declines and suggests ways to improve them. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/9741


100. Locke, Fred. Trout fishery on Diamond Lake. Oregon State Game Commission Bulletin. 1947;2 (5):1,4,6. OSU Libraries: Valley SK439 .A31. rainbow trout = Oncorhynchus mykiss, Klamath Lake roach = Siphateles bicolor bicolor, Diamond Lake, habitats, hatcheries, growth, feeding behavior, recreational fisheries, introduced species

This study was launched in response to a decline in the size of rainbow trout caught in Diamond Lake. Techniques used included creel censuses, marking and aging fish. Includes a map showing the bathymetry of the lake.


101. Gharrett, John T. The winter steelhead run of the Umpqua River: 1946-1947. Research briefs / Fish Commission of Oregon. 1948;1 (1):13-16. OSU Libraries: Valley SH11 .O75, Guin SH11 .O75, Digital Open Access. Steelhead trout = Oncorhynchus mykiss, Umpqua River, recreational fisheries - salmonids

http://hdl.handle.net/1957/17010


102. Newcomb, Hugh Ross. Umpqua River Study continued. Oregon State Game Commission Bulletin. 1948;3 (9):1, 4,7-8. OSU Libraries: Valley SK439 .A31. Umpqua River, fisheries

Updates the 1946 report. Photographs.


103. Oregon. Fish Commission. Shellfish Program. The present status of the bay clams in Oregon. (Oregon Fish Commission. Shellfish Program special report) no.3. 1948. p.1-12. Digital Open Access. Nehalem Bay, Tillamook Bay, Netarts Bay, Nestucca Bay, Salmon River estuary, Siletz Bay, Yaquina Bay, Alsea Bay, Umpqua River Estuary, Coos Bay, cockle clam = Clinocardium nuttallii, butter clam = Saxidomus giganteus, gaper clam = Tresus capax, littleneck clam = Leukoma staminea, softshell clam = Mya arenaria, spatial distribution, recreational fisheries - shellfish, commercial fisheries - shellfish, natural resource management
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