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Historical Markers in Chelan County, Washington

 
Clickable Map of Chelan County, Washington and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Chelan County, WA (8) Douglas County, WA (0) King County, WA (192) Kittitas County, WA (13) Okanogan County, WA (18) Skagit County, WA (27) Snohomish County, WA (61)  ChelanCounty(8) Chelan County (8)  DouglasCounty(0) Douglas County (0)  KingCounty(192) King County (192)  KittitasCounty(13) Kittitas County (13)  OkanoganCounty(18) Okanogan County (18)  SkagitCounty(27) Skagit County (27)  SnohomishCounty(61) Snohomish County (61)
Wenatchee is the county seat for Chelan County
Adjacent to Chelan County, Washington
      Douglas County (0)  
      King County (192)  
      Kittitas County (13)  
      Okanogan County (18)  
      Skagit County (27)  
      Snohomish County (61)  
 
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1 Washington, Chelan County, Cashmere — Old Mission Indian Cemetery
Near this marker is the site of Old Mission Indian Cemetery established in 1867Map (db m74464) HM
2 Washington, Chelan County, Chelan — St. Andrews Episcopal Church
Log Building Completed 1898 Architect: Kirtland Kelsey Cutter, Spokane Placed on National Register of Historic Places, 1992 Organized by the Rt. Rev. Lemuel H. Wells, Bishop of the Spokane Missionary District who presided at confirmations . . . Map (db m129263) HM
3 Washington, Chelan County, Entiat — 26 — Earthquake Point
This site on Ribbon Cliff called Broken Mountain by the Indians experienced a violent earthquake in December, 1872. The shock split the mountain, forming the cliff to the west and causing a huge rock slide which stopped the flow of the Columbia . . . Map (db m129261) HM
4 Washington, Chelan County, Leavenworth — Earle Little - Hermod Bakke Sr. - Magnus Bakke
. . . Map (db m179224) HM
5 Washington, Chelan County, Leavenworth — The History of Travel Over Stevens Pass
The Native Americans Prehistoric travelers established trails. The first travelers to cross the Cascade Range were the ancestors of today's American Indians. They followed animal trails and natural passageways which eventually became . . . Map (db m156201) HM
6 Washington, Chelan County, Stehekin — Historic Resort
In the 1880's and 90's miners ventured up-lake searching for gold, silver, copper, and other metals. Wealth eluded them, but the scenic beauty of Lake Chelan and the Stehekin Valley made a fasting impression on all who passed through. By 1900 . . . Map (db m196820) HM
7 Washington, Chelan County, Wenatchee — Judge Thomas Burke
To commemorate the work and achievement of Judge Thomas Burke founder of Wenatchee, and Washington’s first citizen, this enduring tablet is affectionately dedicated by the citizens of Chelan County, to honor him while he is still living among . . . Map (db m153400) HM
8 Washington, Chelan County, Wenatchee — Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
This complex of two buildings - the former federal building and post office - represent the best examples of federal architecture in Wenatchee. The first federal building was built in 1917 at the corner of Yakima and Mission. It housed the post . . . Map (db m197130) HM
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May. 27, 2024