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Located on Cape Meares, the Oceanside Army Camp was formally a tourist resort that fell on hard times due to the Great Depression. At the start of World War II, the U.S. Army established a training camp here.<ref>{{cite web|url= https://beachconnection.net/news/osidehist093016_401.php|title= Curious History of Oceanside Part 2: WW II, Lighthouse on Oregon Coast}}</ref>
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Located south of Cape Meares on the Oregon Coast, the Oceanside Army Camp was established by the U.S. Army shortly before the start of World War II.<ref>{{cite web|url= https://beachconnection.net/news/osidehist093016_401.php|title= Curious History of Oceanside Part 2: WW II, Lighthouse on Oregon Coast}}</ref> The camp also served an an outpost for elements of the 104th Cavalry Regiment, which performed shore patrol on the Oregon coast before and during the war.
  
Preliminary evidence suggests the camp may have been home to shore patrol outpost of the 104th Cavalry Regiment, but further research is necessary.
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The body of [[Harry Pond]] was found on [[Short Beach]] north of the camp.
 
 
The body of [[Harry Pond]] was found on [[Short Beach]], about a mile north of Oceanside.
 
  
 
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* [[Tillamook Guerillas]]
 
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Latest revision as of 16:20, 22 October 2020

Oceanside Army Camp is a location in the Eden Pond Series.

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Located south of Cape Meares on the Oregon Coast, the Oceanside Army Camp was established by the U.S. Army shortly before the start of World War II.[1] The camp also served an an outpost for elements of the 104th Cavalry Regiment, which performed shore patrol on the Oregon coast before and during the war.

The body of Harry Pond was found on Short Beach north of the camp.

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