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Jean Pentiss wrote this article about her father's first experiences with Neahkahnie, and her mother's first time visit in 1907, and the building of Neahkahnie, both Inn and homes.

This is a list of the many Historical Homes in Neahkahnie.
There are additional Penciled in names and dates. Listed below are the additions to this record.
Breck House, built in 1912.
#2-Hartwell cottage - built in 1916
#5-Library Cottage built…

Nehalem Valley Historical Society meeting was held January 25, ??. Jean Prentiss was the featured speaker. A pair of old handles from a chest of Oriental origin, and a piece of beeswax, both found years before in the meadow behind the Neahkahnie…

Jean Prentiss tells of her childhood memories of being in the Neahkahnie Tavern. Her father came in 1906, to establish himself on Neahkahnie Beach purchasing over 800 acres. His wife Beulah Kendall Read came in 1907. She tells of life here and some…

The article " Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain in Early Days" is the story of Rev. John Frost arriving in Oregon in 1840, with his family and how he survived. His adventures took him down the coast and then inland, he claims to be the first white man to make…
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