Brief history of the Call/Dawson family that came to Oretown from Grand Junction, Colorado, in 1908 by covered wagon written by Anna Call Bones
Oregon, written by Lloyd McKillip about the town of Dolph
Early Experiences in Tillamook, Oregon by Mabel Noyes Falks, Mabel writes about the Oretown area about dairy farming, the cannery, fishing, school in Otis and boarding there with the West family. This link will open a pdf document.
Excerpts from a letter written by Nora Holgate Treadwell on June 4, 2001, about the East Beaver Creek area
Hazel Bend, written
by John Blalock about the community that existed in the early 1900s between
the 5th and 6th bridges of the Blaine Road area east of Beaver
My Life, the autobiography of Bob Vogel, 1937 graduate of Nestucca Union High School who lived near Oretown during his school years. Bob also writes about hiis wife, Virginia Bauer Vogel, who grew up in the Neskowin area. A transcript of an interview with Virginia's brother, Gerald Bauer,is on the SouthTillamookCounty Transcripts page.
My Memories and Acquired Knowledge of Sandlake School by Mildred Brode Wilkins
Pioneer Days in Nestucca Valley, written by Bert Ray about the Cloverdale area. Mr. Ray was born about 1875.
Ray Bones' Writings
Remembering My Schooling Years at Wolf Creek and Beaver Schools by Janella Jones Flatt.
Sandlake School and Community by Grace Atkinson Lane
"Short History of the Little Nestucca River Valley and Its Early Pioneers" written by Alexandria Ley Rock mainly about the area around Oretown. Mrs. Rock completed this writing in 1949. Note that the copy that was used by students to type this history for the web was done on typing paper by a woman who thought she had the only copy of the writing. She typed during her lunch hour at work and graciously shared a copy of her typing with us.
Silver Falls School written by Dorothy Browning Pieren
Steve Bauer, The Old Homestead, about the Steve Bauer family who lived 6 miles up Neskowin Creek which was better known as Slab Creek east of Neskowin
Tales of Oregon, written by John Blalock of a series of events of the Blalock family including a house fire in the 5th bridge area of the Blaine Road
Tales of Oregon Country, written by John Blalock of life between the 5th and 6th bridges of the Blaine Road area in the early 1900s
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