Oregon Trail Woody Guthrie
Timeline of the American West 
The Early Ex;plorations and  the Origin  of the Name of the Oregon Country
Timeline of Native American  History

Aerial Tour Yaquina Head Lighthouse 

180 miles of the Oregon Coast in 4 minutes

The Yaquina Bay Lighthouse - Tour

Yaquina Head Lighthouse

Pioneer Journey to the Oregon Country
The West Coast Logging Legacy

Gold Mining History of Gold Mining in Oregon 

Queen Victoria's Nine Children
Sojourners in Corvallis. Early Chinese Immigrants in Corvallis, Oregon
Tenenment Museum - LowerEastside NY
Island of Hope-Island of Tears
Chitwood : An Oregon Ghost Town
Near Newport

Ghost Town Hunters
Published on Feb 11, 2014


Join us as we travel through the small community of Elk City, visit its cemetery and travel on to Chitwood to see the Chitwood covered bridge.
Elk City is east of Toledo, OR and can be accessed either by HWY 20 or via Elk City Road from Toledo.
Chitwood sits just a few miles east of the Elk City Rd turnoff on HWY 20 and is recognized by its old covered wooden bridge.

Native American

Just a Bit or This or That 

Grey Gardens Before And After And After by Keith H. 
Jackie O Visits Grey Gardens - Jeanne Tripplehorn


Parting the curtains at Grey Gardens
CBS Sunday Morning
"Seventy-nine-year-old Edith Bouvier Beale and her fifty-six-year-old daughter, Edith 'Little Edie' Bouvier Beale, are Jacqueline Kennedy's aunt and cousin. They live alone with several cats, fleas and raccoons which are wild and live in the attic. In the early 1970s, the Beale's are discovered living in filth and squalor in Grey Gardens, their 28-room family estate located in East Hampton, Long Island. The home doesn't have running water. Edie moved home twenty-four years earlier to care for her ailing mother. In what Edie considers a "raid" on their privacy, the Suffolk County Board of Health orders the Beale's to clean up the house or be evicted. With few exceptions, the Beale's are suspicious of the outside world. The Beale's comply with the order and renovate the house with financial help from their more famous relatives, Jackie Onassis, and her sister Lee Radzwill. Mother and daughter are outwardly combative with each other but their constant bickering masks a protective attitude each has for the other. Both cling to their past lives, with each still believing that that life can exist - Edith as a singer, and Edie as a social débutante (Edie is always sporting a fashionable scarf around her head because of reported hair loss.) Two years after renovations on the home have begun, Edith still lives primarily in her bedroom in her twin bed which is covered with garbage and cats. Edie constantly dreams of a time when she can return to living in New York City as a débutante and dancer, although one realizes that she is only using her mother as an excuse for what she really considers her comfortable current living situation." (Keith H. YouTube)
UPDATE ON GREY GARDENS:
New owners are renovating March 2018!
A Genealogists Guide to Using Catholic Records in Genealogy Research
​40 Most Powerful
& Rare Historical Photos (Vol. 29)
American Life In 1957. What A Time!
Yaquina Pacific Historical Railroad Society Lokey Dedication 2 20 16