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It is put out by the Oregon Historical Society this contents contain "John Boit's Log of the Columbia; Officical Logg of the Columbia, What Dr. Marcus Whitman i person requested at Boston on March 30,1843."

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This photo was taken in Neahkahnie in August of 1921.
Mr. Sam Reed is taking the kids for a hay ride. Top: Kay Ainsworth (just the top of her head), Mayanna Sargent, Marion Reed, Dorthy Insley, Ruth Reed, Charles Jones, Bill Doyle (?) Sam G. Reed…

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This history of Samuel Reed by his wife Beulah and edited by Jean Prentiss, telling of his accomplishments of his life. (4 pages)

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The history of the Reed family back to England in 1605, was traced and recorded by Jean Prentiss (11 pages)

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This book is full of sketches, paintings and comment. Edited by Thomas Vaughn. It covers Paul Kane's adventures down the Columbia, and dealing with the Chinnook, Cowlitz, and other Indian tribes, showing their mannerisms and some beliefs like they…

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Several photos taken of the Reed family, Neahkahnie Mountain and snow in the early 1900's

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This book has the stories and myths that was dictated in English, by Mrs Clara Pearson , a full-blood speaker of the Nehalem Tribe, during two weeks in September 1934. Among the few Tillamook survivors in 1934 that spoke the Salish language, she…

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A booklet on how to beach comb for driftwood, glass floats and agates on the Oregon Coast

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A book of poems by Lynn Keagle, a friend of the Reed Family.

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This book tells the story of Robert Gray and his trip around the Horn, and the discovery of the Columbia River. The river was named after his ship the"Columbia"

It mentioned that there was more written of the west coast then the east as of this…
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