Applegate Valley Historical Society
15050 Hwy #238
Applegate, OR 97530
The Applegate Valley Historical Society is housed in what is probably the oldest commercial log structure in Jackson County. It was constructed without nails and made from hand-hewn logs. Used in the 1870's as a farmer and miner's cooperative, it was later enjoyed as part of Pioneer Village in Jacksonville, Oregon. The Pernoll Grange Store was moved to its present location at the junction of Highway 238 and North Applegate Road, also known as Missouri Flat Road. The structure was restored by the Applegate Valley Historical Society in 1989. The creation of this rural museum honors and recalls the history of those who settled in this green valley nestled in the Siskiyou Mountains.