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PNW Navy Ships

Navy ships named after Pacific Northwest locations, includes many historic and interesting ships

Pacific Northwest Covered Bridges

The Pacific Northwest was once littered with Covered Bridges. Most are gone now, but some still exist

Pet Friendly Travel

Pet Friendly Travel options across the Pacific Northwest

Oregon Ghost Towns

My map of over 250 abandoned, ghost, and historic towns in Oregon

13th May 2014
Howard, Oregon

Howard, Oregon

Howard, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey, Arthur A Hining, US Army, of Howard Oregon died of Broncho Pneumonia while serving in World War...

13th May 2014
Hauser, Oregon

Hauser, Oregon

Hauser, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey, Alan V. Mercer, US Army, from Hauser died of pneumonia while serving in World War I.

13th May 2014
Broadbent, Oregon

Broadbent, Oregon

Name: Broadbent Class: Unknown GPS:43.0089985, -124.1464913 Directions: Description: Broadbent was named for C.E. Broadbent who built a cheese factory in the area. The post office was established in 1916. According...

13th May 2014
Kerry, Oregon

Kerry, Oregon

Kerry, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey two US Army members were killed in World War I. Anton Pearson, and Albert Salmi were both...

13th May 2014
Logan, Oregon

Logan, Oregon

Logan, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey, Mervin F. Hammond, US Army, of Logan, Oregon was killed in action during World War I.

13th May 2014
Bellfountain, Oregon

Bellfountain, Oregon

Bellfountain, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey, Claude D. Perin, US Army, of Bellfountain, Oregon died of pneumonia while serving in World War I.

13th May 2014
Durkee, Oregon

Durkee, Oregon

Durkee, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey two members of the US Army were died during World War. Fred R. Hooper died of Broncho...

13th May 2014
Weatherby, Oregon

Weatherby, Oregon

Weatherby, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey, Ernest J. A Erickson of Weatherby Oregon was killed in action during World War I.

13th May 2014
Holbrook, Oregon

Holbrook, Oregon

Holbrook, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey, Ray R. Moore, US Army, from Holbrook, Oregon was killed by Chronic Nephritis while serving in World...

13th May 2014
Wellen, Oregon

Wellen, Oregon

Wellen, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey, Francis Welliver Winn, of the US Marine Corps, died of Lobar Pneumonia while in World War I.

13th May 2014
Alicel, Oregon

Alicel, Oregon

Alicel, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey reports that Werner Kickhefel Knutzen, US Marine Corps, died of his wounds during World War I.

13th May 2014
Derby, Oregon

Derby, Oregon

Derby, Oregon According to History of Oregon, Volume One by Charles Henry Carey, Simon Russel Hawk, US Marine Corps, was killed in action during World War I. http://www.mailtribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20120815/NEWS/208150332

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