Not to be mistaken with Deadwood, South Dakota, the Deadwood Trading Post in Deadwood, Oregon highlights our beautiful coastal mountain community. Our on-line store lists Authors, Books, Art, Pottery, Ceramics, T-Shirts, Watercolor, Paintings, Handmade Pencils, Drawings, Pen and Ink, Tie-Dye, and Wood Products. We also highlight Fishing, Hunting, Pictures of Oregon's Coastal Mountains, Logging, Creeks, Rivers, Streams, Salmon, Steelhead, Elk, Deer and other wildlife. Please take the time to visit our artist pages and enjoy your stay.

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Deadwood Trading Post

Deadwood Oregon Trading Company, Deadwood, Oregon








Pioneer Cemetery 
was established in 1883.  Local families have several generations laid to rest in this historic cemetery.


A lot of work is being done on the Deadwood Pioneer Cemetery preparing for Heritage Day.


Contact information:

Don and Johnnette Wilbur - 541-964-3345 

Megan Gerber, Secretary - DeadwoodCem@gmail.com

Official Website - DeadwoodCem.org
Board of Trustee members are:

Gerry Burnett – 541-964-3057, gwb@casco.net

Scott Burnett – 541-997-8006, burnett04@yahoo.com

Ric Dreiling – 541-997-6007, redreiling@yahoo.com

Ed Riley – 541-964-5641, deadwoodeddy@gmail.com

Don Wilbur – 541-964-3345, dwilbur@casco.net

Elaine Dotson (unlisted)

Sexton (Contact for families & burials): Ed Riley (as above)


Historians: Ric Dreiling (as above) and Pat Rongey – 541-991-0885, paron205@gmail.com  

Organizer: Johnnette Roane (same as Don)

Secretaries: Fran Riley (same as Ed) and Megan Gerber – 541-999-2209, oregonpeg@gmail.com


Oldest Headstone in this group is Thomas Pope born 1827