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Deer Island, an unincorporated community in Columbia County, Oregon, in the Columbia River, was named by Lewis and Clark. Located along U.S. Route 30 north-northwest of Columbia City, they first visited the island on November 5, 1805, on their way down the Columbia and again on March 28, 1806, on their return. It was on the second visit that the party had good luck getting venison. Captain Lewis noted in his diary that the Indian name for the island was E-lal-Iar, or Deer Island. The town of Deer Island, which is on the mainland, was named for the island. The post office was established in 1887. The population is 294.

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