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Stories of Nehalem By Garry Gitzen
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Early historical stories of the Nehalem Valley, Oregon covering Indians, Neahkahnie Mountain, Spanish Galleon, Shipwrecks, Treasure and beeswax ship. Originally published 1915.
Nehalem, Oregon Indians and Francis Drake 1579 By Garry Gitzen
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Description of Nehalem Oregon Indians that Francis Drake met at Nehalem Bay in 1579 during his 5-week summer landing to repair his ship the Golden Hinde. RECOMMENDED READING FOR TEACHERS
Slave Wives of Nehalem By Garry Gitzen
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Indian Stories from Nehalem Valley, Oregon. Originally published in 1933.
Slave Wives of Nehalem By Garry Gitzen
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Indian Stories from Nehalem Valley, Oregon. Originally published in 1933.
Stories of Nehalem: First Published 1915 By Garry Gitzen, S. J. Cotton
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Early historical stories of the Nehalem Valley, Oregon covering Indians, Neahkahnie Mountain, Spanish Galleon, Shipwrecks, Treasure and beeswax ship. Originally published 1915.
Francis Drake in Nehalem Bay Revised Editon Hardcover By Garry Gitzen
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RECOMMENDED READING FOR TEACHERS AND LIBRARIES Documents Franics Drake's Oregon landing site for five weeks in the summer of 1579 through flora & fauna, topography, Indian culture and a 16th... More > century survey performed to claim Novae Albionis for England. Revised 1st Editon 2011< Less
Francis Drake in Nehalem Bay Revised Editon By Garry Gitzen
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RECOMMENDED READING FOR TEACHERS Documents Franics Drake's Oregon landing site for five weeks in the summer of 1579 through flora & fauna, topography, Indian culture and a 16th century survey... More > performed to claim Novae Albionis for England. Revised 1st Editon 2011< Less