Whether you are looking for a good book, a unique gift, or one of a kind local items, shopping with us is a great way to support your museum and enrich the lives of friends and family!
Our Museum Store is now open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm. You may order online and pick up in store during store hours, and we offer shipping anywhere in the United States. If you are looking for a particular item and you do not see it in our online store, feel free to contact our store manager, Jessica Howell at email@example.com or call 541-756-6320 x216.
The mission of the Coos History Museum Store is to generate revenue to support exhibits and programs by providing continuing education materials and remembrances of the visit that focus on the intellectual, civic and cultural life of Oregon’s South Coast.
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Gold Bch and S Curry Co Arcadia
Curry County is made up of small communities, ranging from the county line between Langlois and Bandon to the state line. From the inception of Gold Beach, pioneers have survived in small communities scattered throughout Southern Curry County. Despite a lack of roads, these small towns and hamlets, from Humbug Mountain on down, have sprung up over the years, enduring with the help of neighbors and through the gift of self-sufficiency. Some of the former names of this area before Gold Beach included Elizabeth Town, Sebastopol, Hog Town or Logtown, and Whalesburg. Today, the small communities include Arizona Beach, Euchre Creek, Ophir, Cedar Valley, Nesika Beach, Wedderburn, Jerry's Flat, Hunter's Creek, Pistol River, Carpenterville, Whaleshead, Brookings, and Harbor. Though a small area, the people of the county are happy to say that they live where everyone knows his or her neighbors.