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What's a Yaquina?
Yaquina (pronouned yuh-KWIN-ah) is an Oregon place name that comes from the Yaquina tribe that made their home on the central Oregon coast. The reminants of that tribe are among the 27 bands that comprise The Confederated Tribes of the Siletz.

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The Yaquina Bay Bridge:
YaquinaBayBridgebridgeBridgeFromParkTreeThroughBridgeFootingBridgeMorning
BridgeFromBreakwater

The Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, built in 1871:
Yaquina Bay Lighthouse

The Yaquina Head Lighthouse, built in 1873 on Yaquina Head:
Yaquina Head Lighthouse In Storm Lighthouse at evening Lighthouse at Yaquina Head 
Yaquina Bay

Yaquina Bay Bridge and Jetty cameras

The Yaquina River
Yaquina River pictureHeron On Yaquina River Trestle1
  Notice the remains of the Yaquina Railroad trestle.

The Yaquina Railroad

Yaquina City

The dredge "The Yaquina" in the jaws of the Yaquina Jetty
Dredge-1 Dredge 2

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