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1949 Myrtle Point Phone Book

 

 

 

Coos County, Oregon
Census, Assessment & Phone Book Transcriptions

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    On these pages you will find transcriptions of federal Census Records, Assessment Ledgers and Phone books to assist you in locating where and who lived in Coos County.

      "Coos County was created by the Territorial Legislature from parts of Umpqua and Jackson Counties in 1853 and included Curry County until 1855. The county seat was Empire City until 1896, when it was moved to Coquille. Although trappers had been in the area a quarter-century earlier, the first permanent settlement in present Coos County was at Empire City, now part of Coos Bay, by members of the Coos Bay Company in 1853. The name "Coos" derives from a native Coos Bay Indian tribe and translates to "lake" or "place of pines." Oregon Blue Book

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Records available online for Coos County, Oregon

1850 Mortality Census

1860 & 1870 Mortality Census

1893 Tax Assessment Roll

1930 Merchant Seamen Census

 Census: 1900    1910   1920   1930


 Phone Books:
1901 Advertisers

1949 Phone Book - Myrtle Point

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1930 Census

Allegany

Bandon  1 2 3 4

Beaver

Broadbent

Bunker Hill  1 2

Buxton

Catching Creek

Catching Slough

Coaledo

Coos

Coos River

Coquille  1 2 3

Cunningham

Dora

Eastside  1 2

Empire  1 2

Enchanted

Fat Elk

Four Mile

Haynes Slough

Kentuck Slough

Lakeside

Lee

Marshfield  1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Missouri

Myrtle Point
  
1  2  3  4  5 6 7 8 9 10

Newport/Englewood  1 2

North Bend  1 2 3 4 5

North Slough

Norway

Parkersburg

Pony Slough  1   2

Powers

Prosper

Riverton

Rowland

South Slough  1 2

Sumner

Templeton

Ten Mile

Two Mile

Willanch Slough 1

 

 

 

 

 

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