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Last updated on March 12, 2017

The most recent additions are a copy of Lloyd McKillip's writing about Dolph that has been reformated so that it is easy to read and The Siuslaw National Forest in 1910 - 11 As I remember It by C. P. Cronk who worked for the Forest Service in Hebo in 1910 - 1911. (Note that there is a small area torn off the last page. If anyone has a better copy of this document I would love to scan it to fill in for the tear.)

Of the links below, the first 3 have the least information posted on them, Cemeteries, Communities and Old Newspaper Articles. Some day I can do more. Most of the information on this site is under the links of Schools, Stories and Transcripts.

The Collier headstoneat Gist Cemetery near Cloverdale, Oregon A photo of the first store, hotel and dance hall in Hebo, Oregon A portion of the front page of the old Herald Newspaper from Tillamook, Oregon A photo of Union School in South Tillamook County A picture of a book of stories is shown. Margorie Porter being interviewed

Cemeteries and Information About Graves

Communities of South Tillamook County
Old Newspaper Articles About South Tillamook County!
Schools in South Tillamook County's History
Stories About South Tillamook County People, Places and Events
Transcripts of Interviews With People of South Tillamook County

Diary Entries!

Excerpts from the Lars John Redberg Diaries of 1909 - 1912 of Life in South Tillamook County especially of Oretown, Oregon.

These entries are rich with details of ships that frequented Nestucca Bay, drownings, the building of the Oretown Church and Oretown Cheese Factory, some births and deaths and much day to day life in South Tillamook County!

 

*Poem About Haystack Rock

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