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Newspaper article about the "Golden Hind". sir Francis Drakes's flagship. Markers, stones, surveys and claims.

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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 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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Captain Westphal of the German "Bark Mimi",
looking for the mouth of the Columbia River mistook Nehalem Bar for Columbia Bark Miami was sister ship of the "Glenesslin",both built in 1885 in a Scottish shipyard. Both met their demise half…

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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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Bill Warren sinks time, money into quest for lost treasure. He had to post $5,000 bond and provide proof of a $1000,000 insurance policy. That was warren's last hurdle in a five month process for a permit lasting a year,

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This pamphlet is a great guide to finding the Historical Markers and where the heritage trees.

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How far North did Drake travel? An unanswered question. Discussed by Wayne Jensen in article in Headlght Herald. Also , the measuring rock was mentioned, figured by some to be and English yard, thereby proving the rocks were survey rocks.

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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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"The Coast Trek of 1917 Seaside to Points South"
by Terence O'Donnell. Sponsored by NVHS
Picture - John Prentiss, Terence O'Donnell and Don Acker
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