The Waldport Heritage Museum offers the following titles in its gift shop. Note that AHGS members are entitled to a 10% discount on purchases. Please stop by the Museum or contact us for more information. Standard shipping rates apply.
At Rest in Lincoln County $5.95
Compiled by Evelyn Parry (8 1/2" X 11" softback) - An exhaustive cemetery census of Lincoln County. Includes many "lost graves." Truly a gold mine for genealogists. Illustrated. 244 pp.
Crossings: McCullough's Coastal Bridges $24.95
By Judy Fleagle - Gives equal coverage to the building of Highway 101, the career of Conde B. McCullough, and the exciting path to funding of the five major coastal bridges as well as covering in detail the building of those bridges.
Crossings Guide to Oregon's Coastal Spans $15.00
By Judy Fleagle - Takes the reader down the Oregon Coast bridge by bridge, covering 15 of the most impressive bridges. Sized to fit in a purse, backback or glove compartment.
Elegant Arches, Soaring Spans $24.95
By Robert W. Hadlow - Illustrated with historic photographs and drawings, Robert Hadlow's definitive and highly readable biography of C. B. McCullough will delight bridge buffs, engineering enthusiasts, historians, and the many people who have admired and wondered about his beautiful bridges.
Fort Hoskins $24.95
By David Ray Brauner - Published by Benton County Historical Society and Museum.
Land That Kept its Promise $19.95
By Marjorie H. Hays (8 1/2" X 11" softback) - Hays recorded memories of early south Lincoln County through stories told by her family and other settlers of the region. Rich in history as well as anecdotes. A great resource to learn more about the Waldport area. More than 100 photos. Illustrated. 164 pp.
Lifting Oregon Out of the Mud $16.00
By Joe Blakely (softback) - Starting in the early 1920's and lasting into the Great Depression strong leadership, significant amounts of money and years of hard labor produced the Oregon Coast Highway.
Lincoln County Kitchen Memories $4.95
Compiled by Florence Scott and Patricia Stone (paperback) - More than a cookbook, it takes readers back in time by way of old recipes handed down by Lincoln County pioneers. Most of the "receipts" are from pioneer families; others are from old cookbooks long out of print. Sections on remedies, preparing wild food, and old-time household hints. Illustrated. 83 pp.
Lincoln County Lore $5.95
A compilation of articles, including "Journal of Lt. Theodore Talbot" written in 1849; "South Lincoln County and Its Early Settlers"; "The Story of the Litchfield Family"; "A Glimpse of Newport in 1875" by Lucy Blue; "Some History of Steam Boating on Yaquina Bay" by Jack Fogarty.
One Hundred years in Lincoln County $19.95
Edited by Ray T. Moe - Dedicated to Ben Jones, instrumental in creating Lincoln County by separating from Benton County. Tells the story of the first 100 years of Lincoln County's existence: 1893-1993. More than 100 photographs plus maps and statistics. 200 pp.
Oregon Almanac $12.95
By Andrea Jarvela. This friendly, pocket-sized resource guide is packed to the gills with facts, offering unending entertainment for the inquisitive and the curious at heart.
Oregon Covered Bridges $12.95
Features a photographic collection of covered bridges in Oregon.
Oregon Lighthouses (Umbrella Guide) $10.95
By Sharlene & Ted Nelson. A guide to the grand lighthouses along the beautiful Oregon Coast. 118 pp.
Pacific Spruce Corporation $24.95
Illustrated story of the rise and progress of the Pacific Spruce Corporation originally printed in the February 10, 1924 issue of the Lumber World Review, published in Chicago. A must for logging and railroad enthusiasts. Photos, illustrations. 93 pp. Reproduction (13" X 10" Softback).
Edited by James Stembridge, Jr. - Detailed description of a journey taken by four men in a 1912 Studebaker, traveling the beaches between Newport and Siletz Bay in a 47 mile round trip which took 22 hours and 40 minutes. Many photographs printed from glass negatives. Illustrated. 24 pp.
Steam Towards the Sunset $27.95
By Lloyd M. Palmer, a local author and AHGS member - Tells the story of more than 100 years of railroading along the central Oregon coast. Ten chapters are dedicated to three of the existing logging lines of the Pacific Spruce Corporation and the building of the line to Yaquina City. History of the smaller jetty rail lines also covered.
The Bayfront Book $19.95
Compiled by Steve Wyatt from articles prepared by him for The Bayfront Magazine. Reveals the human stories behind the events that shaped Lincoln County. Research and images from the Lincoln County Historical Society.
The Valley Called Home $25.00
By Joseph M. Carson - A history of the Yachats area and the people who settled there. (8 1/2" X 11" softback). 229 pp.
Waldport History-Photo Booklet $5.00
Compiled by Colleen Nickerson, AHGS President, for the 2011 Waldport Centennial Celebration
We also carry handcrafted wooden toys made by local artisans, and reproduction vintage postcards.
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