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This article and additions is from H.W. McCordy "Marine History" The Steel Steam Schooner capsized September 18, 1914, 13 miles from the entrance to Tillamook Bay. Currents carried lumber and railroad ties to Manzanita. They used it for building.…

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The shipwreck of the "Gem" resulted because of the jetty on the Tillamook Bay.. The Gem ran aground at where Camp Magruder is now. Construction was going on in 1986, by Fritz Marvel. He dug down 5 or 6 feet and hit the beam of the ship, about 7 or…

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Murkey regulations delayed the search for a Spanish Galleon that could be in the Nehalem Bay. Bill Warren has ariel photos and artifacts and was frustrated about conflicts in his search. He says evidence points to 10 wrecks at the bottom of the bay.

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The vessel "Isabella" sank in 1830. Oldest ship ever found in the Columbia river. The wreck of the Hudson's Bay Co. vessel was discovered in 9/1986, when a Chinook, WA. gillnetter, Daryl Hughes snagged his nets on it.

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Oregon is short on protective rules that are need to reserve rules that are needed for reserving it's secrets for archaeologists. Golden Quest and Bill Warren should not set a precedent for future decisions, so says the article.
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