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This article is regarding the treasure galleon that was wrecked on the spit between Nehalem Bay and the ocean. which ended up to be the beeswax ship.

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Terence O'Donnell spoke at the Historical Society meeing on the Cayuse Indian War. He called it the "first act of the five-act Indian war of Oregon

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The County commissioners picked sides and choose to believe Clark had visited Nehalem.

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Two local recipients, Lane DeMoll of Lower Nehalem Community Trust and Kim Cavatorta Community Arts Projects.

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This issue has a picture of the George R. Vosburg tug. Wheeler, Oregon was known as Vosburg for a short time until a second postoffice was opened and restored the Wheeler name.
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Don Viles (Author writes of Beeswax and…

This article does a good job telling about many aspects of our coastline. It's based on science, legend, and wild theories all intertwined. Its where archeologist, historians, treasure hunters, and crackpots attempt to dig out the past.

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