Phirl~ I will add the Lincoln Co Museums (I found the Oregon Coast History Center in Newport and N. Lincoln County Historical Museum in Taft) Oregonpoppa~ I luv Sometimes a Great Notion-it's one of my most favorite books! Those crusty Stampers, it's so amazing what people did, and still do, to survive in the wet, dreary Oregon Coast.
The timber industry has played a vital role in Oregon’s legacy and growth as a state. These photos provide a unique peek at the Beaver State’s logging history and the rugged individuals who helped shape our great state into what it is today. Take a look ...
The Oregon Coast is a coastal region of the U.S. state of Oregon.It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to its west and the Oregon Coast Range to the east, and stretches approximately 362 miles (583 km) from the California state border in the south to the Columbia River in the north. The region is not a specific geological, environmental, or political entity, and includes the Columbia River Estuary.
The Forest History Center is both a museum and an archive dedicated to preserving the history of forestry and related activities in Oregon. The center is a place for the public to visit, providing an opportunity to learn about and understand the history, people, and development over time of Oregon’s valuable historic forestry legacy.
Carefully restored historic photos of Northwest Logging from the 1890s through the 1930s. Available as prints, cards and for licensing from Old Oregon - The Art of Historic Photos.
To share Howard's work, his family has developed the book Logging: History in Oregon to share his recollections and artwork.. Now it is available in print or electronic version. Buy your very own copy, and you can enjoy the hand-painted illustrations depicting the history of logging in Oregon in the comfort of your own home.
The history of Oregon, a U.S. state, may be considered in five eras: geologic history, inhabitation by native peoples, early exploration by Europeans (primarily fur traders), settlement by pioneers, and modern development.. The term "Oregon" may refer to: . Oregon Country, a large region explored by Americans and the British (and generally known to Canadians as the Columbia District);
The Coos Bay estuary is a semi-enclosed, elongated series of sloughs and tidewater streams that drains approximately 825 square miles of southern Oregon's rugged Coast Range. For much of its history since the 1850s, the area has been notable for the huge volume of lumber shipped to world markets ...
Camp 18 Museum, Seaside: Address, Phone Number, Camp 18 Museum Reviews: 4.5/5. ... Oregon Coast Day Trip: Cannon Beach and Haystack Rock. Full-day Tours ... All reviews logging equipment cinnamon rolls logging history logging industry bird feeders french toast wood carvings huge portions great breakfast gift shop rustic restaurant stopped for ...
The first approach of Europeans to the Pacific Northwest was by sea. During the eighteenth century Spain, Portugal, England and France explored the Pacific Coast looking for natural resources and a Northwest Passage through the continent. As early as 1572 Sir Francis Drake explored the area, naming it New Albion.