1907 Edition of the Tillamook Herald

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Title

1907 Edition of the Tillamook Herald

Subject

rerport

Description

This report about the schools in Tillamook County in 1907. It is a summary of the school buildings, attendance, good teachers employed, financial receipts, valuation of school property, school libraries, school officers associations. Higher Institutions of learning, meaning Tillamook High School and courses offered. It was noted the high school was accredited by the University of Oregon as well as thee University of Washington and Stanford University.
Listed are the Grade schools, such as Onion Peak School; Nehalem School, South Nehalem School; Sandhill School; Balm School; Foley School, Miami School found in close proximity to Nehalem Valley.

Names that connect to local history were: Stephen Scovell, C.M. Alley, S.B. Holt, D.S. Boyakin, Joseph Effenberger, James W. Thompson, G.A. Walker,George R. McKimens, George Loerpabel, Fred Zaddach, O.A. Lommen, Louise McAlpin, William Tubbesing, E.H. Lane,Wm. Schollmeyer Mary Snyder, among others listed in article.

Source

Industrial Edition of the Tillamook Herald

Date

1907

Contributor

Polly Parker and Don Acker

Format

8 1/2 x 11 paper

Identifier

Omeka:364
NVHS Accession: 2011.58.6
Physical Location: Box B, Folder 7

Citation

“1907 Edition of the Tillamook Herald,” Nehalem Valley Historical Society Online Archive, accessed May 19, 2022, https://nehalemvalleyhistory.org/omeka/items/show/364.

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