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Rogue River National Forest Map - OR

The Rogue River National Forest (orginally called the Crater National Forest) was established by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1908. The name Rogue River commemorates the Takeima Indians, whose defense of their homeland led early-day French-Candadian trappers to call them les Croguins, "the Rogues". Surrounding much of the Rogue Valley in southwestern Oregon, the 630,000-acre Rogue River National Forest (which includes about 53,800 acres in California) provides a rich diversity of scenery and recreational opportunities.

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