Southern Oregon. Resources of Coos and Douglas Counties: Timber, Coal and Agricultural Lands, Soil, Climate, Industries, Etc., Capabilities and Prospects, with Railway and Steamship Communication, Via Coos Bay and the Ocean
A.L. Bancroft & Company, 1882 - Coos County (Or.) - 18 pages
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agricultural alder bodies of timber Camas Valley classed as timber coal fields Coos and Douglas Coos Bay Coos County Coos River Coquille River Douglas County E. B. Dean Eastport Empire City farms feet of merchantable feet thick finest fruits gas coal grain growth and prosperity H. H. Luse hemlock high freights inch of clay interior large tracts logs Looking-glass and Umpqua lumber maple and myrtle Marshfield Middle Fork Mile and Camas miles wide million feet mines Myrtle Point Newport North Bend ocean Ollalla ordinary to clear overlies Pacific partly prospected Port Orford Cedar railroad resources in timber RESOURCES OF COOS road San Francisco sandstone sections shipment Simpson & Bro sites for mills soil South Fork Southern Oregon Southport spruce stream sugar pine Thielsen third vein thousand feet throughout the county timber lands Umpqua Valleys Utter City vessels west of Roseburg white and red Willamette Valley yellow fir yield