Tupper Rock, formerly located near the mouth of the Coquille River (Walling 1884: 269)
Annotated Bibliography to Coquelle Trails History, 1826 - 1900: www.ORWW.org/Coquelle_Trails/References/Bibliography_1826-1900.html [PDF_204_KB]
References to General Land Office Surveyors' Field Notes, 1855 - 1934: www.ORWW.org/Coquelle_Trails/Land_Surveys_1855-1934/References.html
References to Southwest Oregon History, 10,000 B.P. - 2007:www.NWMapsCo.com/ZybachB/Reports/2007_Newton_OSU-BLM/index.html [PDF_37_KB]
References to South Umpqua River History, 1800 - 2009: www.ORWW.org/Rivers/Umpqua/South/References/index.html
References to Southwest Oregon Wildfire History and Sciences 1500 - 2005: www.ORWW.org/Wildfires/Biscuit/References/Index.html
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Zybach, Bob 2008. The Owl Ridge Trails Project: Location and Documentation of Primary Travel, Trade, and Resource Use Trails of the Santiam Molalla in the South Santiam River and Blue River, Oregon Headwaters, from 1750 to 1850. Oregon Websites and Watersheds Project, Inc., Philomath, Oregon: 85 pp.
Zybach, Bob and George Wasson, Jr. 2009. Forest and Fire History of the Coos Bay Wagon Road Lands in Coos County, Oregon, 1750 to 1950. Unpublished report on file with the Coquille Indian Tribe, North Bend, Oregon, and with Oregon Websites and Watersheds Project, Inc., Philomath, Oregon: 118 pp.
Zybach, Bob, 2012. The 1855-1856 Oregon Indian War in Coos County, Oregon: Eyewitnesses and Storytellers, March 27, 1855 – August 21, 1856. Unpublished report on file with the Coquelle Indian Tribe, North Bend, Oregon, and NW Maps Co., Cottage Grove, Oregon: 259 pp.
Zybach, Bob and Don Ivy 2013. Coquelle Trails: Early Historical Roads and Trails of Ancestral Coquille Indian Lands, 1826 - 1875 (2 vol.). Coquille Indian Tribe, Inc., North Bend, Oregon and Oregon Websites and Watersheds Project, Inc., Philomath, Oregon: 202 pp. [Vol. I: PDF_9.7_MB; Vol. II: PDF_8.2_MB]