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The battle for Okinawa was the last major campaign of World War II. Only four destroyers survived. The U.S. Fifth Fleet suffered the greatest losses than in any major fleet action during the war - 30 ships sunk, more than 300 damaged and more than…

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This commemorative newspaper edition is the historic reflections from Tillamook County, June 8, 1888 to June 1988

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This great booklet is a very descriptive and detailed collection of the different aspects of the time. Though it is not dated, it is possibly written in the 1920s. It tells about the cheese industry taking off, and the lumber companies booming…

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This article is mostly about the Pioneer Museum in Tillamook. It's exhibits recall historical past, and has preserving history since 1935.

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Ed Fire (formerly Tony Mareno) sought the treasure of Neahkahnie for 22 years. Finally his permit from the State was denied in 1996.

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The attorney wants to have a meeting with Ed Fire and the Historical Society. He wants help to fight the bureaucracy.

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The photo taken by the home of William G. Holford of Neahkahnie, presented a winterlike scene after storm-driven waves, this week carshed over the seawall and receded, leaving deep covering of foam. The Southwester engulfed several homes and…

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This article tells about the restoration of the cannons and gives the background of how the ended up at Arch Cape and the origin of British Cannons.

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Don Ackers notes regarding the Reed home and Camp's old house where Jean Prentiss was born.. Mrs Reed would not move down until she had running water.

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John Prentiss led Hal Larson, Norma Seely and Don Acker to points on the golf course which were significant in the history of the with names such as, Tuttle, Pike and Tuthill and Bud Kretsinger, all treasure hunters searching on Neahkahnie mountain.

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