| less than one acre|
| 1855 (1855)|
29 January 2008
| 170 E. 12th Ave., Eugene, Oregon|
Residential Architecture of Eugene, Oregon MPS
Matthew Knight Arena, University of Oregon Museum, Deady Hall, Science Factory Children, Eugene Pioneer Cemetery
Daniel and Catherine Christian House Wikipedia
The Daniel and Catherine Christian House, located in Eugene, Oregon, is a house listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Constructed c. 1855, the house is the oldest residential structure in Eugene and one of six remaining classical revival houses in Lane County.
Daniel Christian was among the early settlers in the Eugene area. In 1853 he built a log cabin on his Donation Land Claim, and in 1855 he built the subject house at the edge of what became the Christian Addition on early maps of downtown Eugene.