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The completion of the North Bend Bridge (now Mc Cullough Memorial Bridge) in 1936 and the Roosevelt Highway significantly improved modern transportation connections and provided the final link in opening the Coos region to the outside world.
The formerly remote district known as the Coos Bay country had come of age.
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When the captain was told that the weather was too severe for the ship to enter port, he anchored his ship close by.
The crew put out only one anchor, and it appears that this was probably on too short a chain to be effective.
Prior to around 1915, the Coos region was largely isolated from the rest of Oregon due to difficulties in crossing the Coast Range and fording rivers, and the Pacific Ocean was used to link people to other areas, including San Francisco, which was an easier two-day trip compared to traveling inland over rugged terrain. Large national lumber companies set up operations and expanded significantly for the next two decades.
Jetty improvements, commercial fishing and crabbing shaped the development of Charleston.
The Marshfield District of Coos Bay is the historic central downtown and business district of the city.
Old Marshfield and its surrounding neighborhoods were what comprised the original Coos Bay before the annexations of Empire and Eastside during the 20th century.
The Marshfield District contains many buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, such as the Carnegie Library, Chandler Hotel, Egyptian Theatre and Tioga Hotel.
The worst loss of life for a fire department in modern Oregon history occurred in Coos Bay on November 25, 2002, when three firefighters were killed by a structural failure of the roof in an auto parts store.
The accidental blaze paralyzed the city for several hours, with fire departments from several neighboring towns helping to try and stop the blaze.
The subsequent US Coast Guard investigation found several other aspects of the ship's company's handling of the situation to have been poor, leading to the conclusion that human error caused the grounding.