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Mrs. Gaynor Ackrel who lives on Manzanita Ave. was a cook at the Wooden Ladle and has some diaries for the early settlers. Walt Stickel lives on property bought from J.D. Smith and was purchased20 years ago. The property above him was a restaurant…

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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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Don Ackers report on how the dinner went and could have had more advertising.

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16 pages with pictures of holes in pits and shafts, 3/92 negatives of treasure pit and Norma, Don,Michelle and Steven
Includes article of Treasure Cove by Christi Wuthrich

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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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Four page account of treasure hunters on Necanny Mountain including John Hobson, written by Charlotte Mast Recounting shipwrecks, "San Juanillo, "San Juan" and "San Francisco Xavier".

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3 masted wooden-hull ship[ built in Maine in 1880.Bound for Portland with a load of coal from Newcastle, England Went aground Feb. 14, 1908 near mouth of Nehalem River.Amazing rescue of seamen days later.

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"Did Sir Francis Drake leave us a note" A book reveals early Neah-Kah-Nie visitor was Sir Francis Drake, our first tourist.

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

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