By Debra Baldwin. When William Valpied Langlois came to the Oregon frontier in 1844, he fathered a lightkeeper dynasty that contributed more than 100 years of service along the Oregon and Washington coast. In the March/April 2017 edition of Lighthouse Digest, two of William’s sons, keepers James S. Langlois and Frank M. Langlois, were profiled. But they were only part of the story, as the next two generations that followed had many more keepers and associations with both lighthouse and lifesaving service. Read the complete story with photos as was printed in the November/December 2018 Issue of Lighthouse Digest.
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