“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Chehalis, Washington

Clickable Map of Lewis County, Washington and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Lewis County, WA (9) Cowlitz County, WA (5) Grays Harbor County, WA (12) Pacific County, WA (22) Pierce County, WA (104) Skamania County, WA (20) Thurston County, WA (21) Wahkiakum County, WA (3) Yakima County, WA (20)  LewisCounty(9) Lewis County (9)  CowlitzCounty(5) Cowlitz County (5)  GraysHarborCounty(12) Grays Harbor County (12)  PacificCounty(22) Pacific County (22)  PierceCounty(104) Pierce County (104)  SkamaniaCounty(20) Skamania County (20)  ThurstonCounty(21) Thurston County (21)  (3) Wahkiakum County (3)  YakimaCounty(20) Yakima County (20)
Chehalis is the county seat for Lewis County
Chehalis is in Lewis County
      Lewis County (9)  
      Cowlitz County (5)  
      Grays Harbor County (12)  
      Pacific County (22)  
      Pierce County (104)  
      Skamania County (20)  
      Thurston County (21)  
      Wahkiakum County (3)  
      Yakima County (20)  
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1Washington (Lewis County), Chehalis — 10 — Claquato
This pioneer town founded in 1853 on the donation claim of Louis H. Davis, once was the county seat and an important stop-off for travelers between the Columbia River and Puget Sound. The sturdy little church, built in 1858 with hand-forged nails . . . Map (db m129165) HM
2Washington (Lewis County), Chehalis — Claquato Church
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 April 24, 1973 by the National Park . . . Map (db m129172) HM
3Washington (Lewis County), Chehalis — The Old Oregon Trail1843-1857
The Oregon Trail, stretching from Missouri to the Pacific, served as the most important route for settlers traveling west. As many as 1600 wagons a day rumbled over the famous route. The northwestern most extension of the Oregon Trail was the . . . Map (db m129173) HM
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Sep. 27, 2022