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Zenger Farm is part of the Johnson Creek watershed, which, prior to European settlement, was heavily forested and was used by Native Americans of the Chinook band for fishing and hunting. In the 19th century, a surge of settlers cleared much of the land for farming. The land upon which Zenger Farm sits was part of a 320acre donation land claim by William Johnson for whom Johnson Creek was later named. Johnson was a sawmill operator who furnished lumber for some of Portlands earliest homes during the mid 19th century.
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