Lincoln County was created by the Legislative Assembly Feb. 20, 1893, from the western portion of Benton County and Polk County. There were boundary adjustments and annexations in 1923, 1925, 1927, 1931, and 1949.
Lincoln County was created by the Oregon Legislative Assembly on February 20, 1893, from the western portion of Benton and Polk counties. The county adjusted its boundaries in 1923, 1925, 1927, 1931, and 1949. At the time of the county's creation, Toledo was picked as the temporary county seat. In 1896 it was chosen as the permanent county seat.
Established in 1948 the Lincoln County Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that collects and preserves artifacts and information about the central Oregon coast and educates the public through exhibits, a research library, and programs.
Lincoln City is a city in Lincoln County on the Oregon Coast between Tillamook and Newport.It is named after the county, which was named in honor of former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln.The population was estimated to be 8,452 in 2016. During the solar eclipse of August 21, 2017, this city was the first in the path of totality to view a total solar eclipse.
Lincoln County, Oregon Lincoln County Education, Geography, and History. Lincoln County is a county located in the state of Oregon. Based on the 2010 census, its population was 46,034. The county seat is Newport. The county is named for Abraham Lincoln, 16th president of the United States.
Lincoln County History Sam Case claimed the west end of the Bayfront and named it Newport. Case and his friend Dr. J.R. Bayley built the Ocean House, probably the first resort hotel on Oregon’s coast, on the site of the current Coast Guard station.
A brief typewritten manuscript concerning the history of north Lincoln County from exploration to 1930. Topics include the region’s early history including exploration and the reservation system, government, and the Salmon River and Coastal Highways.
Lincoln County Oregon Adopted Budget, 2000-2006 (6 volumes). ... Annual premium lists and/or publications may include county fair history, names of fair officers, general fair rules and regulations, event schedules, exhibit lists, and photographs. ...
1940 Federal Census Lincoln County, Oregon (Source: My Heritage) ($) National Archives Official 1940 Census Website Lincoln County, Oregon (Source: U. S. National Archives & Records Administration) Court and Legal Records . Lincoln County Court Records Directory (Source: Court Records Free Reference and Directory) Estate Records
Trail of History - Lincoln County Episode 4 | 26m 42s On this Trail of History, we visit a Revolutionary War battleground, historic homes and churches located throughout Lincoln County.