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List of shipwrecks of Oregon

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This is a list of shipwrecks of Oregon. The location is the nearest modern community or primary landmark.

North coast[edit]

Ship Flag Sunk Date Notes Location
Santo Cristo de Burgos  Spain 1693 The Spanish galleon Santo Cristo de Burgos wrecked on Nehalem Spit en route from Manila to Acapulco, loaded with a cargo of beeswax. The existence of the wreck was recorded in native oral history, with descendants of survivors including Chief Kilchis. It is the earliest known shipwreck in the Pacific Northwest.[1][2][3] Nehalem
General Warren  United States 30 January 1852 A steamship that was grounded on Clatsop Spit and wrecked in heavy seas Tillamook Head
Detroit 25 December 1855 A brig that bumped ground putting out of the Columbia River. Crew abandoned ship after she took on 7 feet (2.1 m) of water. Ship drifted south and ran aground at Tillamook Head. Tillamook Head
Brant 1862 A schooner that was refloated. Tillamook
Millie Bond 13 November 1871 A schooner that was wrecked on sand spit near Tillamook Bar. Refloated.[4] Barview
Lupatia 3 January 1881 A barque that sunk with the loss of the 16 man crew. The only survivor was the ship's dog.[5][6] Tillamook Rock
Kate L. Heron 27 April 1881 A schooner that was wrecked on Tillamook Bar. Parts washed up at Nehalem. Barview
Pilots Bride 1 August 1881 A sloop that was stranded on Nestucca Bar. Pacific City
Carmarthen Castle 2 December 1886 A barque that ran aground in Nestucca Bay. Pacific City
Queen of the Bay 11 November 1887 A schooner that was wrecked at the mouth of the Nehalem River. Nehalem
Garcia 12 December 1893 A schooner that was wrecked near Cape Meares Lighthouse. Cape Meares
Occident 12 March 1897 A steam tug that sunk with the loss of all hands. Nehalem
Lila and Mattie 9 March 1900 A schooner that was wrecked on Tillamook Bar.[7] Barview
Laguna 6 April 1900 A steamship that went ashore on north spit of Tillamook Bar.[8] Refloated and towed back to San Francisco for repairs, but during a gale abandoned at a point ten miles SWW of Crescent City.[9] Ran aground on July 17 at the Klamath River for a total loss. Barview
Pioneer 17 December 1900 The schooner's remains can still be seen when erosion takes place. Pacific City
Charles H. Merchant 11 August 1902 A schooner that was stranded on Nehalem Spit, refloated and scrapped. Manzanita
Gem 15 February 1904 A schooner that ran aground on the beach near the Tillamook Bay north jetty. Barview
Peter Iredale  United Kingdom 25 October 1906 The barque's remains can still be seen. Fort Stevens
Gerald C. 10 May 1907 Wrecked on the north spit at the entrance to Nestucca harbor. Pacific City
Antelope 30 September 1907 A schooner built 1887 in Benicia, California, for a salmon packer. Wrecked at Nehalem River. Nehalem
Emily Reed  United States 14 February 1908 A barque that was loaded with 2,100 tons of coal, the ship ran ashore and broke apart. The captain, his wife and seven crewmen survived, but eight died. Remains are occasionally seen after storms. Rockaway
Hill 17 June 1908 A schooner wrecked at Nehalem Bar. Nehalem
Ida Schnauer 17 June 1908 A schooner wrecked on Tillamook Bar. While waiting for tug into harbor, wind shifted and she was pushed ashore for a total loss. Barview
Argo #1 26 November 1909 A steamship that struck the bar off the entrance to Tillamook Bay and foundered. Two crew and two passengers were drowned. Sister ship, the Argo #2, a river steamer, went down at Dixon Entrance in Alaska. Barview
Vida 28 April 1912 A gas schooner that lost its rudder and broke into pieces on Tillamook Bar. Barview
George R. Vosberg 3 May 1912 A steam tug that had its hull punctured by an underwater rock. The crew attempted to plug the hole with a spare fuel tank. Though the effort was ultimately futile, the crew was rescued. Nehalem
C.T. Hill 30 July 1912 A schooner that was stranded on the south side of the Nehalem Bar. It was later salvaged. Nehalem
Mimi 13 February 1913 A barque that later ran aground in fog on Nehalem Spit, then capsized in salvage operation, killing 17. Manzanita
Glenesslin 1 October 1913 A square rig that sailed into the rocks at the base of Neahkahnie Mountain, on a clear day. All survived, but rocks penetrated the hull and little was salvaged. A naval court of inquiry ruled the cause was negligence. Neahkahnie Beach
Francis H. Leggett  United States 18 September 1914 A steam schooner that was lost in a gale due to being overloaded. Two survived, but the 60 who were lost make it the worst maritime disaster in Oregon history. The railroad ties that were its cargo were used for construction in Manzanita when they washed ashore. [10] Manzanita
Oakland 22 March 1916 A schooner which was abandoned at sea. After running ashore, it was raised and renamed Mary Hanlon. Ultimately lost off Mendocino, California. Manzanita
Life-Line  United States 26 May 1923 Foundered off Neahkahnie, washed ashore and covered by sand. Uncovered by a bulldozer in 1949.[11][12] Neahkahnie Beach
Venus 4 November 1923 A gas schooner that capsized on Nestucca Bar. Captain Adolph Kangiser and his engineer made a swim for shore. The captain felt something tug him down. Kicking hard he managed to free himself. Upon reaching shore, he found part of his boot missing, though he himself was not injured.[13] The marks on the boots indicated a shark, making him the first shark attack victim in Oregon history.[citation needed] Pacific City
Phoenix 5 November 1923 A gas schooner that capsized on Tillamook Bar. Four died.[14] Barview
Sea Island 7 February 1932 Rum-Runner. Tillamook
Tyee 6 December 1940 A tugboat that foundered off Tillamook Bar. The engine was ripped out, saving the crew by lightening the ship. Barview

Central coast[edit]

Ship Flag Sunk Date Notes Location
Samuel Roberts 6 August 1850 Schooner Reedsport
Bostonian 1 October 1850 Owned by a man named Gardiner, much of the vessel was salvaged and used in the building of the town of Gardiner, Oregon. Reedsport
Almira 9 January 1852 Brig Reedsport
Juliet March 1852 Newport
Nassau 22 July 1852 Schooner Reedsport
Roanoke 2 February 1853 Brig Reedsport
Joseph Warren 25 November 1853 Barque Newport
Fawn 21 November 1856 Brig Florence
Calumet 8 December 1856 A schooner that was wrecked at Siletz River while offloading supplies for Indian Affairs. Captain B. Jennings. [15] Siletz Estuary (Nechesne)
Blanco 1864 Brig Lincoln City
Cornelia Terry 13 October 1864 Oyster pirate schooner. Sank while being pursued by Annie G. Doyle. Newport
Ork 24 November 1864 Barque Reedsport
Annie G. Doyle 11 March 1865 A schooner that ran aground at nearly the same location as the pirate vessel Cornelia Terry, which it had pursued half a year prior. Newport
Enterprise 20 February 1873 The sternwheeler's engines were later salvaged and installed on the vessel Beaver Reedsport
John Hunter 1873 Newport
Meldon 16 March 1873 Schooner Reedsport
Bobolink 00 October 1873 The schooner was salvaged, but later lost at Mendocino, California. Reedsport
Sparrow 4 December 1875 Schooner Reedsport
Lizzie 16 February 1876 Schooner Newport
Caroline Medeau 5 April 1876 Schooner Newport
Phil Sheridan 15 September 1878 A schooner that was run into by the steamer Ancon. Reedsport
Olivia Schultze 28 April 1880 Schooner Florence
Tacoma 29 January 1883 Steamship Reedsport
Phoebe Fay 16 April 1883 Schooner Newport
Ona 26 September 1883 Steam schooner Newport
Beda 17 March 1886 Steam schooner Yachats
Emma Utter December 1886 Florence
Yaquina City 4 December 1887 This steamship was the predecessor of Yaquina Bay. Lost a year later at the same spot, effectively ruining the vessel owners, the Oregon Development Co. Newport
Yaquina Bay  United States 9 December 1888 Originally named Caracas. She was the sister ship of Valencia and successor of Yaquina Bay. Ran aground near the wreckage of Yaquina City and was declared a total loss. Newport
Alaskan  United States 13 May 1889 While sailing to San Francisco from the Columbia River, the Alaskan ran into bad weather and the river going vessel began to fall apart from the stress off Cape Foulweather. Sidewheeler. Depoe Bay
Fearless 20 November 1889 Formerly a brig named Star of China. Ran aground in 1873, refloated, and converted into a tugboat. Loss not discovered until the next day when debris and one survivor washed ashore. However, he perished before he could reveal the final fate of Fearless. Reedsport
Struan 25 December 1890 A schooner that was constructed in John Fraser's shipyard on Courtney Bay in Saint John, New Brunswick, in 1877[16][17] Tillamook
Maggie Ross 8 December 1891 Steamship Newport
St. Charles 17 May 1892 Depoe Bay
Mary Gilbert 17 December 1894 Schooner Waldport
Bandorville 21 November 1895 Steamship Reedsport
Volante 7 March 1896 A steamship that burned in Yaquina Bay in Newport. Newport
Truckee 18 November 1897 Steamship Reedsport
Atalanta 17 November 1898 A clipper that ran into a reef while coasting along the shore. Seal Rock
Nettie Sundberg 28 December 1902 Schooner Florence
Charles Nelson November 1903 Steam schooner Florence
Ocean Spray 20 November 1903 Schooner Florence
Alice Kimball 12 Octember 1904 Schooner Florence
Quickstep 24 November 1904 Barquentine Newport
Bella 25 November 1905 A schooner located just south of the south jetty at the mouth of the Siuslaw river. Often buried in sand; occasionally visible at low tides depending on sand movement. Florence
Alpha 3 February 1907 Schooner Reedsport
Berwick 13 March 1908 Schooner Florence
J. Marhoffer  United States 22 April 1910 A steam schooner that caught fire off Newport, and drifted north, eventually grounding at what is now Boiler Bay. Boiler Bay was named after the discarded boiler from J. Marhoffer Depoe Bay
Wilhelmina 22 January 1911 Gas schooner Reedsport
Pilgram 1912 Sloop Newport
Condor 17 November 1912 Cargo ship Waldport
Frederick 14 April 1914 Barge Florence
Hugh Hogan 28 April 1914 A schooner that was refloated and renamed as Ozmo. Florence
Graywood 2 October 1915 Steam schooner Reedsport
Anvil 11 April 1917 Florence
Washtucna 17 August 1922 Barge Reedsport
Admiral Nicholson 16 May 1924 A steam schooner that ran aground while towing the disabled G.C. Lindauer. Reedsport
G.C. Lindauer 16 May 1924 A steam schooner that had a history of wrecks prior to final loss at Reedsport. Came loose and lost soon after the towing Admiral Nicholson wrecked. Reedsport
Yaquina 20 February 1935 Coast guard patrol boat. Lost while attempting to aid the crew of a barge caught on the Yaquina Bar. Newport
Parker #2 26 February 1935 Dredge Newport
Dorothy Joan 13 September 1945 Newport
Etta Kay 11 December 1946 Schooner Newport
John Aspin 22 April 1948 As of 1986, portions of the cargo ship's hull were still visible at low tide. Newport
Helori 21 December 1949 Oil screw Reedsport
L.H. Coolidge 20 August 1951 A tugboat that ran aground at Bandon. While under tow to the Columbia River by Salvage Chief, she came loose and sank of the coast at Yachats. Yachats
Captain Ludvig 25 June 1953 Newport
Blue Magpie  Panama 19 November 1983 Cargo ship Newport
New Carissa  Philippines 4 February 1999 Half of the ship. This half was beached before being towed off and sunk by United States Navy. The other half is at Coos Bay. The ship broke apart at Coos Bay, with the rear portion drifting north. Waldport

South coast[edit]

Ship Flag Sunk Date Notes Location
Bandon 12 Jan 1910 Grounded several times before being sold. Steamship Coos Bay
Cohansa 00 Jan 0000 Coos Bay
Echo 00 Jan 0000 Refloated. Sternwheeler Bandon
Jackson 00 Jan 0000 Coos Bay
New World 00 Jan 0000 Coos Bay
W.L. Hackstaff August 1849 Grounded at Rogue River. Survivors marched overland to the Willamette Valley. Schooner Gold Beach
Captain Lincoln 30 December 1851 Schooner Coos Bay
Anita 1852 Barque Port Orford
Chansey May 1854 Coos Bay
Quadratus 1856 Schooner Coos Bay
Friendship 1860 Barque Sixes River
Baltimore 1861 Schooner Coos Bay
Cyclops 1862 Schooner Coos Bay
Energy 1862 A brig with one survivor Coos bay
Noyo 1868 Burned when her cargo of lime ignited.Schooner Coos Bay
D.M. Hall 3 October 1868 Barque Coos Bay
Alaska December 1869 Schooner Bandon
Ida D. Rogers 15 December 1869 Brig Coos Bay
Commodore 1870 Steamship Coos Bay
Charles Devans February 1870 Barque Coos Bay
Occident 3 May 1870 Barquentine Bandon
Bunkalation July 1870 Schooner Cape Blanco
Jenny Thelin 1874 Refloated. Lost for good later at Punta Maria, California.Schooner
Laura May 1874 Schooner Coos Bay
Northwester 1875 Schooner Gold Beach
Mary Schowner 1876 Schooner Bandon
Messenger 1876 Sternwheeler Coos Bay
Harriet Rose 28 January 1876 Schooner Port Orford
Perpetua 24 October 1876 Foundered in a gale offshore. Brig Coos Bay
Oregonian 16 January 1877 Schooner Bandon
Esther Colos 21 October 1879 Schooner Gold Beach
Gussie Telfair 25 September 1880 Formerly a Confederate blockade runner named Gertrude that had been captured. Steamship Coos Bay
Victoria 28 November 1883 Steamship Port Orford / Cape Blanco
Mose 28 July 1884 Port Orford
Escort 21 December 1886 Sank in bay when its boiler exploded. Tugboat Coos Bay
Dawn 3 February 1887 Drifted for nine days before being towed into Coos Bay. However, abandoned due to the ship being waterlogged. Scow Coos Bay
Ocean King 26 December 1887 Destroyed by on board fire. Cargo ship Cape Blanco
Julia H. Ray 26 January 1889 Schooner Coos Bay
Parkersburg 18 November 1889 Ran aground during storm attempting to enter Coquille River. Schooner Bandon
Rosalind 18 February 1890 Schooner Gold Beach
Express 8 September 1891 Destroyed by fire. Steamship Coos bay
General Butler 8 December 1891 Started breaking up 100 miles (160 km) offshore. Part of hull drifted north and ran aground at the Yaquina jetty. Barque Coos bay / Cape Blanco
Charles W. Wetmore  United States 8 September 1892 Previously ran afoul of Columbia Bar after rudder came loose.[18] Steamship Coos Bay
Emily 17 July 1893 Repaired and renamed Arago. The re-christened Arago sank at the same location. Steam schooner Coos Bay
T.W. Lucas 24 October 1894 Brig Port Orford
Bawnmore 28 August 1895 Steamship Bandon
Ella Laurena 18 December 1895 Abandoned by crew during a storm. Found ran aground the next day. Schooner Coos Bay
Arago 20 October 1896 Struck bar previously in 1891 at same location. Steamboat Coos Bay
Cyclone 1897 Destroyed by fire prior to launch. Schooner
Moro 6 December 1897 Gas schooner Bandon
Eureka 30 November 1899 Schooner Bandon
Monterey 19 May 1900 Salvaged and converted into a whaler. Schooner Coos Bay
South Portland 19 October 1903 Steamboat Cape Blanco
Fulton 12 February 1904 Port Orford
Western Home 13 November 1904 Schooner Bandon
Del Norte 1905 Collided with the vessel Sea Foam. Steam schooner Bandon
Onward 25 February 1905 Schooner Bandon
Sacramento 15 October 1905 Schooner Coos Bay
Melanope December 1906 Began as a Cape Horn windjammer in 1876, turned into a barge after damage at Cape Blanco in 1906. Sunk to form part of breakwater at Royston, British Columbia in 1946.[19]: 14  Barge Cape Blanco
Daisy 1907 Destroyed by forest fire prior to launch. Schooner
Chinook 12 April 1907 Schooner Coos Bay
Novelty 20 September 1907 Schooner Coos Bay
Marconi 23 March 1909 Schooner Coos Bay
Czarina 12 January 1910 Steamship Bandon
San Buenaventura 14 January 1910 Abandoned. Final resting spot unknown. Schooner Cape Blanco
Washcalore 21 May 1911 Oil schooner Gold Beach
North Star #1 20 January 1912 Motor launch Coos Bay
Osprey 1 November 1912 Gas schooner Coos Bay
Advent 8 February 1913 Schooner Coos Bay
Randolph 15 April 1915 Gas schooner Bandon
Claremont 22 May 1915 Steam schooner Coos Bay
Santa Clara 2 November 1915 Formally named John S. Kimball and then James Dollar. Steam schooner Coos Bay
Fifield 21 February 1916 Second ship named Fifield. Steam schooner Bandon
Sinaloa 15 June 1917 Gas schooner Cape Blanco
Wallacut 3 November 1918 Barge Coos Bay
Rustler 24 August 1919 Destroyed by on board fire.
J. A. Chanslor  United States 18 December 1919 Oiler Cape Blanco
Adel 2 October 1920 Coos Bay
Joan of Arc 15 November 1920 Steamboat Gold Beach
Ozmo 17 May 1922 Originally christened as Hugh Hogan. Schooner Port Orford
Sea Eagle 20 November 1822 Wrecked while towing the vessel Ecola. Ecola survived. Tugboat Coos Bay
Brush 26 April 1923 Steamship Coos Bay
C.A. Smith 16 December 1923 Steam schooner Coos Bay
Columbia 17 February 1924 Steam schooner Coos Bay
Acme 31 October 1924 Steam schooner Bandon
Mary E. Moore 23 February 1927 Steam schooner Bandon
Sujameco 28 February 1929 A steamboat that ran aground at Horsfall Beach in heavy fog missing Coos Bay entrance by a few miles. During World War II much of the hull was scrapped for iron. The wreck is partially visible each winter due to seasonal sand movement; more than usual emerged April 2010.[20] Coos Bay
Fort Bragg 14 September 1932 Hit south jetty and ran aground inland. Steam schooner Coos Bay
E. L. Smith 1 January 1936 Gas schooner Bandon
Phyllis 9 March 1936 Scuttled by captain after ship sprang a leak. Steam schooner Port Orford
Golden West 29 March 1936 Cargo ship Bandon
Golden Bear 1937 Superstructure began to fall apart, incapacitating the ship and crew. Towed by Active and converted into a barge. Now a part of a breakwater in British Columbia. Cargo ship Coos Bay
Cottoneva 10 February 1937 Originally christened as Frank D. Stout. Steam schooner Port Orford
Willapa #2 2 December 1941 Formerly christened Florence Olson. Crew saved by local fishermen. Steam schooner Port Orford
Camden 4 October 1942 Torpedoed off Coos Bay by the Japanese submarine I-25. Towed north by tug Kenai to attempt salvage. Sank off Grays Harbor several days later. Oiler Coos Bay
Larry Doheny 5 October 1942 Torpedoed and sank off Gold Beach by the Japanese submarine I-25. Oiler Gold Beach
Susan Olson 15 November 1942 Formerly named Willamette and California. Steam schooner Port Orford
Y M S #133 21 February 1943 A minesweeper Coos Bay
George L. Olson 23 June 1944 Formerly named Ryder Hanify. Steam schooner Coos Bay
Alvarado 16 March 1945 Steam schooner Coos Bay
Ida M. 23 September 1948 Coos Bay
Alice H. 23 September 1950 Port Orford
Helen E. September 1951 A patrol boat that was grounded and burned. Coos Bay
Cynthia Olson 9 June 1952 Salvaged by crew of Salvage Chief and repaired. Sister ship of Oliver Olson. Cargo ship Bandon
Oliver Olson 3 November 1953 Filled with rocks and sank as extension of the south Coquille River jetty. Sister ship of Cynthia Olson. Cargo ship Bandon
Port of Pasco #510 12 December 1953 Barge Coos Bay
Andrew Jackson 5 March 1954 Gold Beach
New Carissa  Philippines 4 February 1999 After running aground, oil cargo was burned out. Half of the ship remained beached while the other half was taken out to sea and scuttled. Remaining half has since been scrapped. Cargo ship Coos Bay


Ship Flag Sunk Date Notes River Location
Bully Washington 12 December 1857 Filled in as the foundation of a dock. Steamship Umpqua River Scottsburg
Telephone 5 January 1892 A steamship that struck the revetment on the eastern shore of Coon Island. Heavy fog prevented the pilot from seeing its red cautionary light. The 80 passengers and 30 crew members were all saved.[21][22] Multnomah Channel / Willamette River Scappoose
Regulator 13 July 1898 A steamship that was wrecked on the rocks. The 160 passengers and most of the freight were landed on the Oregon shore.[23] Towed in to drydock at Cascade Locks around 1 September. The hull was found to be a "complete wreck."[24] Columbia River Cascade Locks
Gypsy 11 June 1900 Tore hole in bottom and sank in ten feet (3.0 m) of water.[25] Steamship Willamette River Independence
Rogue River 16 November 1902 Struck a rock at what is now known as either Boiler Rapid or Boiler Riffle. Sternwheeler Rogue River Gold Hill
Welcome 13 November 1904 Sternwheeler Coquille River Myrtle Point

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Williams, Scott. "Beeswax shipwreck". The Oregon Encyclopedia. Retrieved 24 February 2014.
  2. ^ "Beeswax Wreck Project". Maritime Archaeology Society. Retrieved 18 June 2022.
  3. ^ "Legendary Spanish galleon shipwreck discovered on Oregon coast". National Geographic. 16 June 2022. Archived from the original on June 16, 2022. Retrieved 18 June 2022.
  4. ^ "Pacific Coast Dispatches: Oregon" (PDF). Daily Alta California (San Francisco, California). 18 November 1871. p. 1. Retrieved 28 December 2012.[permanent dead link]
  5. ^ "What a wreck!". cannonbeachgazette.com. Cannon Beach Gazette. Archived from the original on January 22, 2011. Retrieved March 22, 2011.
  6. ^ "Marine Disasters Off Coast: Another Shipwreck". Oregonian (Portland, Oregon). 8 January 1881. p. 1.
  7. ^ "Wreck of the Lila and Mattie at Tillamook". San Francisco Call (San Francisco, California). 12 Mar 1900. p. 3. Retrieved 28 December 2012.
  8. ^ "Laguna Still Aground". Oregonian (Portland, Oregon). 14 April 1900. p. 10.
  9. ^ "Laguna Wrecked Again". Oregonian (Portland, Oregon). 21 July 1900. p. 5.
  10. ^ "The Francis H. Leggett shipwreck". Cannon Beach History Center and Museum. 30 December 2018. Retrieved July 26, 2020.
  11. ^ Marshall, Oregon Shipwrecks, at 97.
  12. ^ "Boat Goes on Rocks; Two Swim to Shore". Oregonian (Portland, Oregon). 28 May 1923. p. 1.
  13. ^ "Gasoline Schooner Hurled Onto Beach". Oregonian (Portland, Oregon). 5 November 1923. p. 1.
  14. ^ "4 Men are Drowned in Schooner Wreck". Oregonian (Portland, Oregon). 6 Nov 1923. p. 1.
  15. ^ Hedges, Absalom B (17 December 1856). "Correspondence". Oregon Superintendency. Microfilm.
  16. ^ "The Struan: From Saint John to Sandlake. - Oregon Historical Quarterly". HighBeam Research. Archived from the original on 2014-06-11. Retrieved 2014-02-04.
  17. ^ Crichton, Whitcomb (1999). The Struan: From Saint John to Sandlake. Chelsea Green+ Publishing Co. ISBN 978-1551092874.
  18. ^ "The Wrecked Whaleback". Evening Capital Journal (Salem, Oregon). 22 September 1892. p. 2. Retrieved 28 December 2012.
  19. ^ James, Rick (2004), The Ghost Ships of Royston, Vancouver: Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia, ISBN 0-9695010-9-9
  20. ^ "Shipwreck emerges from sand near Coos Bay". KATU. April 10, 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-10.
  21. ^ "The Telephone Sunk". Oregonian (Portland, Oregon). 6 January 1892. p. 1.
  22. ^ "Telephone is Raised". Evening Capital Journal (Salem, Oregon). 15 January 1892. p. 1. Retrieved 28 December 2012.
  23. ^ "Regulator Wrecked". Daily Capital Journal (Salem, Oregon). 14 July 1898. p. 3. Retrieved 28 December 2012.
  24. ^ "Regulator Raised". Daily Capital Journal (Salem, Oregon). 2 Sep 1898. p. 1. Retrieved 28 December 2012.
  25. ^ "Gypsy Sunk". Daily Journal (Salem, Oregon). 12 June 1900. p. 1. Retrieved 28 December 2012.

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