Published April 30, 2003
by iUniverse .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||174|
Buncom (also spelled Bunkum or Buncombe) is an abandoned mining town at the confluence of the Little Applegate River and Sterling Creek in Jackson County, Oregon, United is approximately 20 miles (32 km) southwest of Medford, at an elevation of 1, feet ( m) above sea site is promoted by the local historical society as a ghost : Jackson. GIS Disclaimer. Buncombe County assumes no legal responsibility for this information. Data are presented using the North Carolina State Coordinate System North American Datum. Horizontal measurement units are in feet. Buncombe County shall not be held liable for any errors in the GIS data. J.B. Roberts is a Buncom Historical Society, publisher of this book, is a non-profit Oregon corporation dedicated to preserving the remaining buildings at Buncom and their history. Its membership is made up of nearby residents and others who care about Buncom as a 5/5(2). Buncom is the last standing ghost town in Southern Oregon. It is located about 20 miles southwest of Medford, accessible via a good paved road. Buncom was a gold mining camp in the 's, and then was a "real" town for about 50 years. It 3/5(2).
BUNCOM, OREGON Buncom is the last remaining Ghost Town in Southern Oregon. Located 20 miles southwest of Medford near the confluence of Sterling Creek and the Little Applegate River, Buncom was first settled by gold miners in the late s and s: 0. Buncom played for seven seasons in the AFL with the San Diego Chargers () and the Cincinnati Bengals. He was a three-time AFL All-Star, in , , and He was chosen by the Bengals in the AFL allocation draft for the expansion Bengals. He was a starting outside linebacker for the Bengals during their first-ever e: USC. The Bunco Book Paperback – May 1, by Walter Brown Gibson (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — $ /5(4). The Buncom Historical Society (join for free by mailing: [email protected] maintains the town and has a yearly festival there celebrating the town’s history. And if you want to know more about Buncom’s history, they also wrote a great book about it in
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