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'''Netarts Army Camp''' is a location in the [[:category:Eden Pond Series|Eden Pond Series]].
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'''Oceanside''' is a location in the [[:category:Eden Pond Series|Eden Pond Series]].
  
 
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Located on Cape Meares, the Netarts Army Camp was establushed 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 of elements of the 104th Cavalry Regiment, which performed shore patrol on the Oregon coast before and during the war.
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Located south of Cape Meares on the Oregon Coast, Oceanside is a small resort town. During World War II, the U.S. Army <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> used the town as a base for an Army Corps of Engineers squad and elements of the 104th Cavalry Regiment, which performed various defense duties on the Oregon coast during the war.
  
The body of [[Harry Pond]] was found on [[Short Beach]], about a mile north of the camp.
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The body of [[Harry Pond]] was found on [[Short Beach]] north of the camp.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:21, 19 May 2021

Oceanside is a location in the Eden Pond Series.

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Located south of Cape Meares on the Oregon Coast, Oceanside is a small resort town. During World War II, the U.S. Army [1] used the town as a base for an Army Corps of Engineers squad and elements of the 104th Cavalry Regiment, which performed various defense duties on the Oregon coast during the war.

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

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