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Appendix C
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Appendix J




Appendix C. Chapter 358 — Museums; Historical Societies; Preservation of Historical and Archaeological Properties and Objects; Oregon Historic Families Database



358.045 Oregon Trail; comprehensive program for development
358.055 Oregon Trail; promotion as major tourist attraction
358.057 Value and significance of state historic trails


(Policy and Definitions)
358.475 Policy
358.480 Definitions for ORS 358.480 to 358.545
358.482 Additional definitions applicable to property first classified and assessed as historic on or after July 1, 1996 (Application)
358.487 Application for classification and assessment as historic property; term of assessment; fee
358.490 Review and approval of application by State Historic Preservation Officer; withdrawal
358.495 Notice of approval or disapproval; effect of approval; request for hearing; committee determination of final order
358.499 Limitations on classification and assessment as historic property (Valuation)
358.505 Determination of specially assessed value, maximum assessed value and assessed value of historic property; appeals; rules (Review)
358.509 Review of continued qualification of property by State Historic Preservation Officer
358.511 Historic Assessment Review Committee (Disqualification)
358.515 Loss of special assessment; effect of sale or transfer; notice to assessor when property ceases to qualify
358.525 Imposition of additional taxes when property disqualified; exception
358.526 Interest not imposed following disqualification under certain circumstances; requirements (Change of Classification)
358.528 Application to change classification as historic property; withdrawal permitted
(Owners' Reports)
358.535 Reports from owners; effect of failure to comply (Renewal)
358.540 Limitation on renewal of historic property assessment; exception
358.541 City or county authorization for second term residential historic property (New Construction)
358.543 Effect of new construction on historic classification; request; effect of State Historic Preservation Officer approval; rules (State Historic Preservation Officer)
358.545 Rules of State Historic Preservation Officer
358.565 State Historic Preservation Officer


ORS 358.605 Legislative findings
ORS 358.612 Duties of State Historic Preservation Officer
ORS 358.622 State Advisory Committee on Historic Preservation


358.635 Definitions for ORS 358.635 to 358.653
358.640 State-owned historic artifacts; catalog; recommendations to state agency; rules
358.645 Review of private property of historic significance
358.647 Transfer of state-owned historic artifact
358.650 Acceptance of historic artifact as gift to state; custody; finders fees
358.653 Conservation program; leases



358.680 Definitions for ORS 358.683 to 358.690
358.683 Oregon Property Management Program; rules
358.685 Duties of director
358.687 Reports
358.690 Oregon Property Management Account


358.905 Definitions for ORS 358.905 to 358.961; interpretation
358.910 Policy
358.915 Application
358.920 Prohibited conduct; exception; penalty
358.923 When collection may be held notwithstanding ORS 358.920 (3) and (4)
358.924 Objects held unlawfully considered contraband; seizure; procedure; disposition of seized objects
358.925 Seizure of instrumentalities and proceeds of certain violations; forfeiture; procedure
358.928 Alternative method for seizure and forfeiture of instrumentalities and proceeds of certain violations; procedure
358.935 Forfeiture of seized objects in criminal prosecution
358.940 Reinterment required; notice to appropriate Indian tribe or Commission on Indian Services
358.945 Notice required upon finding of object; exception
358.950 When notice to Indian tribe required; report; penalty
358.953 Compensation to property owner deprived of lawful use of property; expense of removal
358.955 Civil enforcement
358.958 Remedies not precluded
358.961 Time limitations on actions or proceedings; tolling of statute
358.005 [1961 c.160 18; renumbered 357.805]
358.010 [Renumbered 357.815]

Appendix C1. Oregon SHPO Archaeological Services’ Definition of Historic Sites

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Historic sites can be further defined into two distinct site types: archaeological and non-archaeological. Their archaeological potential (artifacts, features, ecological evidence) is the key element for placement. Historic archaeological sites are defined in the same way as prehistoric sites (i.e., comprised of ten or more artifacts likely to have been generated by a patterned cultural activity within a surface area reasonable to that activity, or a feature).

Historic archaeological sites are the remains of sites no longer in use or maintained, and must have a clearly defined archaeological potential (i.e., associated artifacts, features, ecological evidence). Features associated with linear sites (e.g., roads, railroads, canals, ditches) may be considered historic archaeological sites (e.g., mining feature associated with Chinese mining ditch), related to historic non-archaeological sites (e.g., tidegate, dam, tree blaze along historic road) or both. Archaeological properties are "the place or places where remnants of a past culture survive in a physical context that allows for the interpretation of these remains. It is this physical evidence of the past and it’s patterning that is the archaeologist’s database. The physical evidence, or archaeological remains, usually takes the form of artifacts (e.g., fragments of tools, ceramic vessels or animal remains), features (e.g., remnants of walls, cooking hearths or trash) or middens and ecological evidence (e.g., pollens representing plants that were in the area when the activities occurred)" (Townsend et al 1993:2).

Historic non-archaeological sites consist of property types such as buildings, sites, structures, objects, and districts that in general are still used or maintained. In most cases, linear features (regardless of condition) such as roads, railroads, ditches and canals, will be recorded as historic non-archaeological sites and not as historic archaeological sites. Non-archaeological sites should be recorded on a Section 106 document form, available on the Oregon SHPO web page. However, abandoned linear features that have a high potential of adding to our knowledge of past land use practices (e.g., Chinese mining ditches, early wagon roads) will be recorded as historic archaeological sites and given Smithsonian trinomial numbers. Other linear features (e.g., logging roads, unnamed ditches) that have little historical data or archaeological potential will generally not be assigned Smithsonian numbers but will be plotted on the state’s GIS mapping system along with any temporary number it has been assigned by the recording archaeologist. If additional data becomes available in the future regarding the history and/or use of any of these sites, the allocation of a Smithsonian number can be reviewed.

The historic review and compliance team of Kirk Ranzetta (503-986-0678) and Sarah Jalving (503-986-0679) maintain the historic site inventory. Historic sites are not given Smithsonian trinomial numbers but are assigned SHPO tracking numbers after they are entered into our computer database. This process occurs after our staff has completed their review of each report.

Townsend, Jan, John H. Sprinkle, Jr., and John Knoerl.1993. Guidelines for Evaluating and Registering Historical Archaeological Sites and Districts. National Register Bulletin 36, National Park Service, USDI.

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