|► Washington (Wahkiakum County), Cathlamet — Cathlamet —|
|This site, long the home and hunting ground of the Indian, was first sighted by white man in 1792 when Lt. Broughton was sent by Capt. Vancouver to verify the Gray’s reported discovery of the Columbia, and visited by Lewis and Clark in 1805 on . . . — — Map (db m116586) HM|
|► Washington (Wahkiakum County), Grays River — Ahlberg Park — At the Historic Grays River Covered Bridge —|
|Owned and operated by the Wahkiakum Community Foundation, the five-acre Ahlberg Park was purchased in 2007 with funding from private donors and the taxpayers of Washington State with the support of late County Commissioner Mark Linguist, State . . . — — Map (db m116591) HM|
|► Washington (Wahkiakum County), Grays River — Grays River Covered Bridge —|
|Under the provisions of the National Historic Preservation Act of October 15, 1966, this property possesses exceptional value in commemorating, or illustrating American history Placed on the National Register on Nov. 23, 1971 . . . — — Map (db m116590) HM|
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May. 25, 2020