LOCAL HISTORY CLASSES Offered by Nehalem Valley Historical Society Start Feb. 25th

Tillamook Estuaries Partnership Bounty on the Bay

History professor Mark Beach shares his photos and research about local history during two sessions weekly for three weeks, on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, FEBRUARY 25 to MARCH 14, from 4:00 to 5:30 PM at Pine Grove Community House
in Manzanita.


Dates and topics:
February 25 – Indians from then until now – Three centuries of Nehalem country
February 28 – Owning a piece of Oregon – Homesteading around Nehalem Bay
March 4 – Cows, logs and cities – The railroad comes to the valley
March 7 – Selling the seashore – Manzanita, Neahkanhie and state parks
March 11 – The when and why of local taxes- Schools, cities and special districts
March 14 – Water, wind and fire – 400 years of disasters and emergencies

The cost for all classes is $35 for current Historical Society members; $50 for non-members, includes one-year membership in NVHS. Fees include local history DVD and map.
$10 drop-in for one class session only.
Registration – To preregister, mail check to NVHS, POB 704, Manzanita OR 97130.
To register on the first day of class, please arrive at 3:45 pm.