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Historical Markers in Cannon Beach, Oregon

 
Clickable Map of Clatsop County, Oregon and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Clatsop County, OR (61) Columbia County, OR (9) Tillamook County, OR (19) Washington County, OR (2) Pacific County, WA (22) Wahkiakum County, WA (3)  ClatsopCounty(61) Clatsop County (61)  ColumbiaCounty(9) Columbia County (9)  TillamookCounty(19) Tillamook County (19)  WashingtonCounty(2) Washington County (2)  PacificCountyWashington(22) Pacific County (22)  WahkiakumCounty(3) Wahkiakum County (3)
Astoria is the county seat for Clatsop County
Cannon Beach is in Clatsop County
      Clatsop County (61)  
ADJACENT TO CLATSOP COUNTY
      Columbia County (9)  
      Tillamook County (19)  
      Washington County (2)  
      Pacific County, Washington (22)  
      Wahkiakum County, Washington (3)  
 
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1Oregon (Clatsop County), Cannon Beach — "Cannon Beach"
Named after the cannon washed ashore on this beach from the U.S.S. Sloop of War 'Shark' which was wrecked while attempting to leave the Columbia River Sep't. 10, 1846. This replica erected by the Cannon Beach Commercial Club Dec. 15, 1952.Map (db m113596) HM
2Oregon (Clatsop County), Cannon Beach — Ekkoli: A Whale of a Tale
Weary of boiled elk and dog meat, Captain William Clark and a dozen other explorers left their winter encampment at Fort Clatsop on January 6, 1806, in search of the whale beached on present day Cannon Beach. This trek was the farthest west that any . . . Map (db m113602) HM
3Oregon (Clatsop County), Cannon Beach — Ecola
On January 8, 1806 William Clark and perhaps fourteen of the famous expedition reached a Tillamook village of five cabins on a creek which Captain Clark named Ecola or Whale Creek. Three days earlier, two men sent out from Fort Clatsop to locate a . . . Map (db m113597) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 28, 2022