Borders the Pacific Ocean to the west, California to the south and Washington State to the north and Idaho to the east.
Lat 45° 27' 22N Long 123° 50' 38W Located on the southeast end of Tillamook Bay on the Pacific Ocean.
Located in the northwestern portion of the state.
Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center
Museum details the Japanese experience in Portland and Oregon
Borders the Columbia River to the north, located at the northwestern tip of Oregon
Columbia River Maritme Museum
Details Maritime history including some World War II artifacts related to Oregon
Lat 45° 36' 48" N Long 123° 56' 34" W Located on the coast
of Oregon, north of Tilamook
SB2C Helldiver 83414
Pilot Smedley crashed March 31, 1948, rediscovered March 18, 2010
Lat 42°23′52″N Long 121°2′26″W Located in Klamath County in southern central Oregon.
Mitchell Recreation Area
The Mitchell Monument was built by Weyerhaeuser in 1950. It is constructed of native stone and displays a bronze plaque with the names and ages of the victims of a balloon bomb explosion on May 5, 1945. Weyerhaeuser donated the monument along with the land surrounding it to the Fremont National Forest in 1998 The monument site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 20, 2003.
The plaque reads:
"Weyerhaeuser Company Eastern Oregon Region - In memory of Elsie Mitchell age 26, Dick Patzke age 14, Jay Gifford age 13, Edward Engen age 13, Joan Patzke age 13, Sherman Shoemaker age 11 who died here May 5, 1945 by Japanese bomb explosion only place on the American continent where death resulted from enemy action during WWII."
One of the oldest cemeteries in Klamath County.
The six people killed on Bly Mountain
due to a Japanese balloon bomb explosion on May 5, 1945 were buried here.
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August 25, 2018