Purchase a digital PDF copy of the Pioneer History of North Lincoln County, Volume 1. $9.99
This 165 page Pioneer History volume features stories and accounts from all of the communities in North Lincoln County. See the table of contents below to get an idea of its depth. This wonderful book was compiled and written by the North Lincoln Pioneer and Historical Association, edited by pioneer Earl M. Nelson, with a forward by Ben Hur Lampman, and was digitized by Craig Anderson. This protected PDF will be emailed to you upon your purchase.
Lincoln City and the Twenty Miracle Miles, By Anne Jobbe Hall on Amazon (click book below to see pricing)
On the central Oregon coast lies a sliver of land bounded on the north by the Salmon River and on the south by Depoe Bay, with Devils Lake at its heart. Creeks and rivers wind their way across this coastal plain, down from the mountains, through stands of towering spruce trees, and empty into the sea. This little bit of paradise remained as nature shaped it for many thousands of years of Native American habitation. In the late 1890s, rugged individuals began to find their way into the more hospitable corners of this windswept coast. In time, a string of small towns and cities appeared, stretched like a string of pearls along the beach between the mountains and the sea. These towns grew and overlapped until five combined to become Lincoln City. By the 1950s, the area had become a tourist mecca so beautiful it was known as the Twenty Miracle Miles.