National Register of Historic Places listings in Washington

National Register of Historic Places listings in Washington

This is a list of properties and historic districts in Washington that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are at least three listings in each of Washington's 39 counties.

The National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) recognizes buildings, structures, objects, sites, and districts of national, state, or local historic significance across the United States.[1][2] Out of approximately 84,000 NRHP sites nationwide, more than 1400 are in Washington.

The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below), may be seen in a Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[3]

The following are tallies of current listings by county.[4]

Current listings by county

Beverly Railroad Bridge, in Kittitas County
Arthur Foss (tugboat), in King County
Teapot Dome Service Station, in Yakima County
R. A. Long High School, in Cowlitz County
The Wells House, in Chelan County
County # of Sites
1 Adams 8
2 Asotin 9
3 Benton 15
4 Chelan 45
5 Clallam 48
6 Clark 39
7 Columbia 20
8 Cowlitz 29
9 Douglas 14
10 Ferry 10
11 Franklin 13
12 Garfield 3
13 Grant 10
14 Grays Harbor 20
15 Island 7
16 Jefferson 71
17.1 King: Seattle 169
17.2 King: Other 83
17.3 King County: Total 252
18 Kitsap 19
19 Kittitas 25
20 Klickitat 10
21 Lewis 33
22 Lincoln 11
23 Mason 13
24 Okanogan 15
25 Pacific 18
26 Pend Oreille 7
27 Pierce 185
28 San Juan 16
29 Skagit 28
30 Skamania 4
31 Snohomish 48
32 Spokane 130
33 Stevens 22
34 Thurston 67
35 Wahkiakum 5
36 Walla Walla 30
37 Whatcom 67
38 Whitman 33
39 Yakima 66
(duplicates): (13)[5]
Total: 1,452
NRHP Washington Map.svg
Custer School, in Pierce County
Grays River Covered Bridge, in Wahkiakum County
Snoqualmie Falls, in King County
First Congregational Church, in Spokane County
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 10, 2011.[6]

Adams County

[7] Landmark name [8] Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Dr. Frank R. Burroughs House 01975-11-20November 20, 1975 408 Main St.
47°07′29″N 118°22′59″W / 47.124722°N 118.383056°W / 47.124722; -118.383056 (Dr. Frank R. Burroughs House)
Ritzville
2 Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Business Car No. 101
Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Business Car No. 101
01988-06-16June 16, 1988 Bruce and Lee Rds.
46°50′18″N 119°03′00″W / 46.838333°N 119.05°W / 46.838333; -119.05 (Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Business Car No. 101)
Othello
3 Nelson H. Greene House 01980-03-07March 7, 1980 502 S. Adams St.
47°07′23″N 118°22′30″W / 47.123056°N 118.375°W / 47.123056; -118.375 (Nelson H. Greene House)
Ritzville
4 Ritzville Carnegie Library
Ritzville Carnegie Library
01982-08-03August 3, 1982 302 W. Main St.
47°07′32″N 118°22′54″W / 47.125556°N 118.381667°W / 47.125556; -118.381667 (Ritzville Carnegie Library)
Ritzville Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
5 Ritzville High School 01994-05-19May 19, 1994 7th Ave., between Columbia and Division Sts.
47°07′25″N 118°22′15″W / 47.123611°N 118.370833°W / 47.123611; -118.370833 (Ritzville High School)
Ritzville
6 Ritzville Historic District
Ritzville Historic District
01990-05-02May 2, 1990 Roughly bounded by Broadway, Division St., Railroad Ave., and Washington St.
47°07′37″N 118°22′46″W / 47.126944°N 118.379444°W / 47.126944; -118.379444 (Ritzville Historic District)
Ritzville
7 Seivers Brothers Ranchhouse and Barn 01979-06-19June 19, 1979 SE of Lind on Providence Rd.
46°54′45″N 118°30′27″W / 46.9125°N 118.5075°W / 46.9125; -118.5075 (Seivers Brothers Ranchhouse and Barn)
Lind
8 Strap Iron Corral 01975-08-01August 1, 1975 5 mi (8.0 km). N of Hooper on Harder Ranch
46°50′42″N 118°08′11″W / 46.845°N 118.136389°W / 46.845; -118.136389 (Strap Iron Corral)
Hooper

Asotin County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Clarkston Public Library 01982-08-03August 3, 1982 6th and Chestnut Sts.
46°24′38″N 117°02′39″W / 46.410556°N 117.044167°W / 46.410556; -117.044167 (Clarkston Public Library)
Clarkston Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
2 Cloverland Garage 01986-05-02May 2, 1986 CR 01050
46°15′08″N 117°15′00″W / 46.252222°N 117.25°W / 46.252222; -117.25 (Cloverland Garage)
Cloverland
3 Full Gospel Church 01972-01-19January 19, 1972 1st and Monroe Sts.
46°20′29″N 117°03′00″W / 46.341389°N 117.05°W / 46.341389; -117.05 (Full Gospel Church)
Asotin
4 Grande Ronde River Bridge 01995-03-28March 28, 1995 WA 129 over the Grande Ronde R.
46°02′30″N 117°15′04″W / 46.041667°N 117.251111°W / 46.041667; -117.251111 (Grande Ronde River Bridge)
Asotin Bridges of Washington State MPS
5 Indian Timothy Memorial Bridge
Indian Timothy Memorial Bridge
01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spans Alpowa Creek
46°24′43″N 117°12′46″W / 46.411944°N 117.212778°W / 46.411944; -117.212778 (Indian Timothy Memorial Bridge)
Pomeroy Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
6 Nez Perce Snake River Archeological District
Nez Perce Snake River Archeological District
01978-12-22December 22, 1978 Address Restricted
Asotin
7 Snake River Archeological District
Snake River Archeological District
01976-05-13May 13, 1976 Address Restricted
Asotin
8 US Post Office-Clarkston Main 01991-05-30May 30, 1991 949 6th St.
46°24′40″N 117°02′39″W / 46.411111°N 117.044167°W / 46.411111; -117.044167 (US Post Office-Clarkston Main)
Clarkston
9 C. C. Van Arsdol House 01975-05-06May 6, 1975 15th and Chestnut Sts.
46°24′38″N 117°04′04″W / 46.410556°N 117.067778°W / 46.410556; -117.067778 (C. C. Van Arsdol House)
Clarkston

Benton County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Benton County Courthouse
Benton County Courthouse
01976-12-12December 12, 1976 Dudley Ave. and Market St.
46°12′12″N 119°46′10″W / 46.203333°N 119.769444°W / 46.203333; -119.769444 (Benton County Courthouse)
Prosser
2 J. W. Carey House 01989-12-07December 7, 1989 Byron Rd., W of Prosser
46°11′45″N 119°48′05″W / 46.195833°N 119.801389°W / 46.195833; -119.801389 (J. W. Carey House)
Prosser
3 Glade Creek Site
Glade Creek Site
01977-10-21October 21, 1977 Address Restricted
Prosser
4 Gold Coast Historic District 02005-03-07March 7, 2005 Roughly bounded by Willis St., Davison Ave., Hunt Ave., Davison Ave., and George Washington Way
46°17′53″N 119°16′12″W / 46.298056°N 119.27°W / 46.298056; -119.27 (Gold Coast Historic District)
Richland
5 Hanford B Reactor
Hanford B Reactor
01992-04-03April 3, 1992 Near jct. of WA 24 and WA 240, Hanford Site
46°37′50″N 119°38′46″W / 46.630556°N 119.646111°W / 46.630556; -119.646111 (Hanford B Reactor)
Richland Designated a National Historic Landmark 02008-08-19 August 19, 2008
6 Hanford Island Archeological Site
Hanford Island Archeological Site
01976-08-28August 28, 1976 Address Restricted
Richland
7 Hanford North Archeological District
Hanford North Archeological District
01976-08-28August 28, 1976 Address Restricted
Richland
8 Locke Island Archeological District
Locke Island Archeological District
01976-08-28August 28, 1976 Address Restricted
Richland
9 Rattlesnake Springs Sites
Rattlesnake Springs Sites
01976-05-04May 4, 1976 Address Restricted
Richland
10 Ryegrass Archeological District
Ryegrass Archeological District
01976-01-31January 31, 1976 Address Restricted
Richland
11 Snively Canyon Archeological District
Snively Canyon Archeological District
01976-08-28August 28, 1976 Address Restricted
Richland
12 Telegraph Island Petroglyphs
Telegraph Island Petroglyphs
01975-03-10March 10, 1975 Address Restricted
Paterson
13 Tri-Cities Archaeological District
Tri-Cities Archaeological District
01984-10-29October 29, 1984 Address Restricted
Kennewick
14 US Post Office-Prosser Main 01991-08-07August 7, 1991 1103 Meade Ave.
46°12′15″N 119°46′09″W / 46.204167°N 119.769167°W / 46.204167; -119.769167 (US Post Office-Prosser Main)
Prosser
15 Wooded Island Archeological District
Wooded Island Archeological District
01976-07-19July 19, 1976 Address Restricted
Richland

Chelan County

Clallam County

Clark County

Columbia County

Cowlitz County

Douglas County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Badger Mountain Lookout
Badger Mountain Lookout
01990-12-27December 27, 1990 Near summit of Badger Mountain
47°30′37″N 120°14′34″W / 47.510278°N 120.242778°W / 47.510278; -120.242778 (Badger Mountain Lookout)
East Wenatchee vicinity.
2 William J. Canton House 01988-06-16June 16, 1988 305 W. Ash St.
47°38′22″N 120°04′35″W / 47.639444°N 120.076389°W / 47.639444; -120.076389 (William J. Canton House)
Waterville
3 Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport
Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport
01995-05-31May 31, 1995 WA 17 over the Columbia River
48°00′04″N 119°39′13″W / 48.001111°N 119.653611°W / 48.001111; -119.653611 (Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport)
Bridgeport Bridges of Washington State MPS
4 Columbia River Bridge at Wenatchee
Columbia River Bridge at Wenatchee
01995-05-24May 24, 1995 US 2 over the Columbia River
47°24′36″N 120°17′41″W / 47.41°N 120.294722°W / 47.41; -120.294722 (Columbia River Bridge at Wenatchee)
Wenatchee Bridges of Washington State MPS
5 Douglas County Courthouse
Douglas County Courthouse
01975-09-05September 5, 1975 Off U.S. 2
47°38′46″N 120°04′00″W / 47.646111°N 120.066667°W / 47.646111; -120.066667 (Douglas County Courthouse)
Waterville
6 Downtown Waterville Historic District 01988-05-19May 19, 1988 Locust and Chelan Sts.
47°39′00″N 120°04′26″W / 47.65°N 120.073889°W / 47.65; -120.073889 (Downtown Waterville Historic District)
Waterville
7 Gallaher House 01995-06-27June 27, 1995 600 12th St.
48°00′28″N 119°40′31″W / 48.007778°N 119.675278°W / 48.007778; -119.675278 (Gallaher House)
Mansfield
8 Lutheran St. Paul's Kirche 01982-04-12April 12, 1982 Lake Ave.
47°37′21″N 120°00′13″W / 47.6225°N 120.003611°W / 47.6225; -120.003611 (Lutheran St. Paul's Kirche)
Douglas
9 Nifty Theatre 01999-07-27July 27, 1999 201 Locust
47°38′56″N 120°04′11″W / 47.648889°N 120.069722°W / 47.648889; -120.069722 (Nifty Theatre)
Waterville
10 Pangborn-Herndon Memorial Site 01972-03-16March 16, 1972 3 mi (4.8 km). NE of East Wenatchee
47°26′35″N 120°16′45″W / 47.443056°N 120.279167°W / 47.443056; -120.279167 (Pangborn-Herndon Memorial Site)
East Wenatchee
11 Rock Island Railroad Bridge 01975-07-30July 30, 1975 SW of Rock Island over the Columbia River
47°22′02″N 120°09′09″W / 47.367222°N 120.1525°W / 47.367222; -120.1525 (Rock Island Railroad Bridge)
Rock Island
12 Christian Schmidt House 01994-12-09December 9, 1994 391 L NW.
47°40′15″N 120°00′25″W / 47.670833°N 120.006944°W / 47.670833; -120.006944 (Christian Schmidt House)
Waterville
13 Smith Hospital and Douglas County Press Building 01989-05-11May 11, 1989 109 N. Chelan
47°38′54″N 120°04′11″W / 47.648333°N 120.069722°W / 47.648333; -120.069722 (Smith Hospital and Douglas County Press Building)
Waterville
14 Waterville Hotel
Waterville Hotel
01984-10-18October 18, 1984 102 S. Central St.
47°38′49″N 120°04′22″W / 47.646944°N 120.072778°W / 47.646944; -120.072778 (Waterville Hotel)
Waterville

Ferry County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Ansorge Hotel
Ansorge Hotel
01979-03-26March 26, 1979 River St. and Railroad Ave.
48°53′02″N 118°35′51″W / 48.883889°N 118.5975°W / 48.883889; -118.5975 (Ansorge Hotel)
Curlew
2 Barstow Bridge 01995-03-30March 30, 1995 US 395 and Co. Rd. 4061 over the Kettle River
48°47′04″N 118°07′28″W / 48.784444°N 118.124444°W / 48.784444; -118.124444 (Barstow Bridge)
Kettle Falls Bridges of Washington State MPS
3 Columbia River Bridge at Kettle Falls
Columbia River Bridge at Kettle Falls
01995-03-28March 28, 1995 US 395 over the Columbia River
48°37′34″N 118°07′01″W / 48.626111°N 118.116944°W / 48.626111; -118.116944 (Columbia River Bridge at Kettle Falls)
Kettle Falls Bridges of Washington State MPS
4 Creaser Hotel
Creaser Hotel
01982-04-12April 12, 1982 664 Church Ln.
48°38′56″N 118°44′01″W / 48.648889°N 118.733611°W / 48.648889; -118.733611 (Creaser Hotel)
Republic
5 Curlew Bridge
Curlew Bridge
01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spans Kettle River
48°53′08″N 118°36′01″W / 48.885556°N 118.600278°W / 48.885556; -118.600278 (Curlew Bridge)
Curlew Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
6 Curlew School 01980-11-28November 28, 1980 Off WA 4A
48°52′50″N 118°35′52″W / 48.880556°N 118.597778°W / 48.880556; -118.597778 (Curlew School)
Curlew
7 Fairweather-Trevitt House
Fairweather-Trevitt House
02000-08-10August 10, 2000 645 Kaufman
48°38′55″N 118°38′25″W / 48.648611°N 118.640278°W / 48.648611; -118.640278 (Fairweather-Trevitt House)
Republic
8 Kettle Falls District
Kettle Falls District
01974-11-20November 20, 1974 Address Restricted
Kettle Falls
9 St. Paul's Mission
St. Paul's Mission
01974-11-20November 20, 1974 West of Kettle Falls on Lake Roosevelt
48°37′37″N 118°06′18″W / 48.626944°N 118.105°W / 48.626944; -118.105 (St. Paul's Mission)
Kettle Falls
10 Jesse W. & Elizabeth Slagle House 02011-05-11May 11, 2011 912 S. Keller St.
48°38′41″N 118°44′11″W / 48.644722°N 118.736389°W / 48.644722; -118.736389 (Jesse W. & Elizabeth Slagle House)
Republic

Franklin County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Allen Rockshelter
Allen Rockshelter
01978-11-16November 16, 1978 Address Restricted
Pasco
2 Burr Cave
Burr Cave
01978-12-15December 15, 1978 Address Restricted
Walker
3 Franklin County Courthouse
Franklin County Courthouse
01978-02-08February 8, 1978 1016 N. 4th Ave..
46°14′14″N 119°05′44″W / 46.237222°N 119.095556°W / 46.237222; -119.095556 (Franklin County Courthouse)
Pasco
4 Lower Snake River Archaeological District
Lower Snake River Archaeological District
01984-10-29October 29, 1984 Address Restricted
Pasco
5 Marmes Rockshelter
Marmes Rockshelter
01966-10-15October 15, 1966 Under Lake Herbert G. West46°36′52″N 118°12′9″W / 46.61444°N 118.2025°W / 46.61444; -118.2025 (Marmes Rockshelter)
Lyons Ferry
6 James Moore House
James Moore House
01979-05-31May 31, 1979 Off U.S. 12
46°13′43″N 119°08′04″W / 46.228611°N 119.134444°W / 46.228611; -119.134444 (James Moore House)
Pasco
7 Palouse Canyon Archaeological District
Palouse Canyon Archaeological District
01984-10-29October 29, 1984 Address Restricted
Starbuck
8 Pasco Carnegie Library
Pasco Carnegie Library
01982-08-03August 3, 1982 305 N. 4th Ave.
46°13′58″N 119°05′35″W / 46.232778°N 119.093056°W / 46.232778; -119.093056 (Pasco Carnegie Library)
Pasco Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
9 Sacajawea State Park
Sacajawea State Park
02007-04-24April 24, 2007 2503 Sacajawea Park Rd
46°12′00″N 119°02′26″W / 46.2°N 119.040556°W / 46.2; -119.040556 (Sacajawea State Park)
Pasco
10 Savage Island Archeological District
Savage Island Archeological District
01976-08-28August 28, 1976 Address Restricted
Richland
11 Strawberry Island Village Archeological Site
Strawberry Island Village Archeological Site
01980-08-21August 21, 1980 Address Restricted
Pasco
12 Tri-Cities Archaeological District
Tri-Cities Archaeological District
01984-10-29October 29, 1984 Address Restricted
Richland
13 Windust Caves Archaeological District
Windust Caves Archaeological District
01984-10-29October 29, 1984 Address Restricted
Windust

Garfield County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Downtown Pomeroy Historic District
Downtown Pomeroy Historic District
02003-08-21August 21, 2003 Roughly bounded by Main St., Tenth and Ninth Sts., Columbia St., and Sixth St.
46°28′28″N 117°35′56″W / 46.474444°N 117.598889°W / 46.474444; -117.598889 (Downtown Pomeroy Historic District)
Pomeroy
2 Garfield County Courthouse
Garfield County Courthouse
01974-07-24July 24, 1974 8th and Main Sts.
46°28′30″N 117°36′04″W / 46.475°N 117.601111°W / 46.475; -117.601111 (Garfield County Courthouse)
Pomeroy
3 Lewis and Clark Trail-Travois Road 01974-01-11January 11, 1974 5 mi (8.0 km). E of Pomeroy, U.S. 12
46°27′52″N 117°28′23″W / 46.464444°N 117.473056°W / 46.464444; -117.473056 (Lewis and Clark Trail-Travois Road)
Pomeroy

Grant County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Bell Hotel 01997-09-15September 15, 1997 210 W. Division St.
47°19′14″N 119°33′04″W / 47.320556°N 119.551111°W / 47.320556; -119.551111 (Bell Hotel)
Ephrata
2 Beverly Railroad Bridge
Beverly Railroad Bridge
01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spans Columbia River
46°49′52″N 119°56′54″W / 46.831111°N 119.948333°W / 46.831111; -119.948333 (Beverly Railroad Bridge)
Beverly
3 Grant County Courthouse
Grant County Courthouse
01975-09-05September 5, 1975 C St., NW
47°19′19″N 119°33′08″W / 47.321944°N 119.552222°W / 47.321944; -119.552222 (Grant County Courthouse)
Ephrata
4 Hartline School 02010-01-07January 7, 2010 92 Chelan Street
47°41′12″N 119°06′30″W / 47.686667°N 119.108333°W / 47.686667; -119.108333 (Hartline School)
Hartline
5 Lind Coulee Archaeological Site
Lind Coulee Archaeological Site
01974-01-21January 21, 1974 Address Restricted
Warden
6 Mesa 36
Mesa 36
01978-12-08December 8, 1978 Address Restricted
Soap Lake
7 Paris Archeological Site
Paris Archeological Site
01978-09-20September 20, 1978 Address Restricted
Richland
8 Samuel and Katherine Reiman House 02008-12-17December 17, 2008 415 F. St. SW.
Quincy
9 Stratford School 01990-10-25October 25, 1990 Just off WA 7
47°25′36″N 119°16′24″W / 47.426667°N 119.273333°W / 47.426667; -119.273333 (Stratford School)
Stratford Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS
10 Wilson Creek State Bank
Wilson Creek State Bank
01975-09-25September 25, 1975 Off WA 7
47°25′23″N 119°07′14″W / 47.423056°N 119.120556°W / 47.423056; -119.120556 (Wilson Creek State Bank)
Wilson Creek Built in 1906. Currently houses local history museum.

Grays Harbor County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 American Veterans Building
American Veterans Building
02011-01-14January 14, 2011 307 7th St.
46°58′40″N 123°53′07″W / 46.977778°N 123.885206°W / 46.977778; -123.885206 (American Veterans Building)
Hoquiam
2 Carnegie Library
Carnegie Library
01982-08-03August 3, 1982 621 K St.
46°58′38″N 123°53′09″W / 46.977222°N 123.885833°W / 46.977222; -123.885833 (Carnegie Library)
Hoquiam Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
3 Neil Cooney Mansion 01983-07-14July 14, 1983 802 E. 5th St.
46°57′02″N 123°46′06″W / 46.950556°N 123.768333°W / 46.950556; -123.768333 (Neil Cooney Mansion)
Cosmopolis
4 Grays Harbor Light Station 01977-11-02November 2, 1977 W of Westport
46°53′18″N 124°06′56″W / 46.888333°N 124.115556°W / 46.888333; -124.115556 (Grays Harbor Light Station)
Westport
5 Judge Charles W. Hodgdon House 02005-04-27April 27, 2005 717 Bluff
46°59′08″N 123°53′15″W / 46.985556°N 123.8875°W / 46.985556; -123.8875 (Judge Charles W. Hodgdon House)
Hoquiam
6 Hoquiam Olympic Stadium
Hoquiam Olympic Stadium
02006-08-22August 22, 2006 2811 Cherry St.
46°59′03″N 123°51′32″W / 46.984167°N 123.858889°W / 46.984167; -123.858889 (Hoquiam Olympic Stadium)
Hoquiam
7 Hoquiam River Bridge
Hoquiam River Bridge
01982-07-16July 16, 1982 N of SR 12
46°58′32″N 123°52′32″W / 46.975556°N 123.875556°W / 46.975556; -123.875556 (Hoquiam River Bridge)
Hoquiam Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
8 Hoquiam's Castle
Hoquiam's Castle
01973-04-11April 11, 1973 515 Chenault Ave.
46°59′04″N 123°53′16″W / 46.984444°N 123.887778°W / 46.984444; -123.887778 (Hoquiam's Castle)
Hoquiam
9 Kestner Homestead 02007-07-13July 13, 2007 Quinalt River Valley, .5 mi. N of Quinalt River Ranger Station, along west side of Kestner Creek, Quinalt sub-distr
Port Angeles
10 Lake Quinault Lodge
Lake Quinault Lodge
01998-07-09July 9, 1998 South Shore Rd.
47°28′01″N 123°50′50″W / 47.466944°N 123.847222°W / 47.466944; -123.847222 (Lake Quinault Lodge)
Lake Quinault
11 Joseph Lytle Home 01990-07-12July 12, 1990 509 Chenault
46°59′03″N 123°53′24″W / 46.984167°N 123.89°W / 46.984167; -123.89 (Joseph Lytle Home)
Hoquiam
12 Masonic Temple-Hoquiam
Masonic Temple-Hoquiam
02007-09-05September 5, 2007 510 8th St.
46°58′38″N 123°53′14″W / 46.977222°N 123.887222°W / 46.977222; -123.887222 (Masonic Temple-Hoquiam)
Hoquiam
13 Old McCleary Hotel 01996-08-01August 1, 1996 42 Summit Rd.
47°03′45″N 123°16′07″W / 47.0625°N 123.268611°W / 47.0625; -123.268611 (Old McCleary Hotel)
McCleary
14 Lachlin McTaggert House 01985-08-29August 29, 1985 2240 L St.
46°58′42″N 123°53′34″W / 46.978333°N 123.892778°W / 46.978333; -123.892778 (Lachlin McTaggert House)
Hoquiam
15 Ole Mickelson Cabin 01993-05-06May 6, 1993 Lot 46, S shore Lake Quinault, between Willaby Cr. and Falls Cr.
47°27′53″N 123°51′11″W / 47.464722°N 123.853056°W / 47.464722; -123.853056 (Ole Mickelson Cabin)
Quinault
16 F. Arnold Polson House and Alex Polson Grounds
F. Arnold Polson House and Alex Polson Grounds
01979-06-19June 19, 1979 1611 Riverside Ave.
46°58′44″N 123°52′45″W / 46.978889°N 123.879167°W / 46.978889; -123.879167 (F. Arnold Polson House and Alex Polson Grounds)
Hoquiam
17 Seventh Street Theater
Seventh Street Theater
01987-08-06August 6, 1987 313 Seventh St.
46°58′36″N 123°53′07″W / 46.976667°N 123.885278°W / 46.976667; -123.885278 (Seventh Street Theater)
Hoquiam
18 SIERRA (motor ship) 01978-03-29March 29, 1978 1401 Sargent Blvd.
46°58′31″N 123°48′02″W / 46.975278°N 123.800556°W / 46.975278; -123.800556 (SIERRA (motor ship))
Aberdeen
19 US Post Office-Hoquiam Main
US Post Office-Hoquiam Main
01991-05-30May 30, 1991 620 Eighth St.
46°58′30″N 123°53′11″W / 46.975°N 123.886389°W / 46.975; -123.886389 (US Post Office-Hoquiam Main)
Hoquiam
20 US Post Office-Montesano Main
US Post Office-Montesano Main
01991-05-30May 30, 1991 211 Pioneer Ave. N.
46°58′46″N 123°36′04″W / 46.979444°N 123.601111°W / 46.979444; -123.601111 (US Post Office-Montesano Main)
Montesano

Island County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Cama Beach Resort 02001-05-15May 15, 2001 1880 SW Camano Dr.
48°08′36″N 122°30′37″W / 48.143333°N 122.510278°W / 48.143333; -122.510278 (Cama Beach Resort)
Camano Island
2 Central Whidbey Island Historic District
Central Whidbey Island Historic District
01973-12-12December 12, 1973 S of Oak Harbor, roughly 6 mi (9.7 km). either side of Coupeville
48°12′43″N 122°41′12″W / 48.211944°N 122.686667°W / 48.211944; -122.686667 (Central Whidbey Island Historic District)
Oak Harbor
3 Benjamin Loers House 01977-08-29August 29, 1977 2046 Swantown Rd.
48°17′03″N 122°40′01″W / 48.284167°N 122.666944°W / 48.284167; -122.666944 (Benjamin Loers House)
Oak Harbor
4 Olympic Club 01991-05-28May 28, 1991 230 1st St.
48°02′28″N 122°24′29″W / 48.041111°N 122.408056°W / 48.041111; -122.408056 (Olympic Club)
Langley
5 Site 45-IS-2
Site 45-IS-2
02008-12-11December 11, 2008 Address Restricted
Camano Island Also known as the Cama Beach Archaeological Site.
6 Smith Island Light Station
Smith Island Light Station
01978-04-06April 6, 1978 N of Port Townsend
48°19′07″N 122°50′37″W / 48.318611°N 122.843611°W / 48.318611; -122.843611 (Smith Island Light Station)
Port Townsend Lost due to erosion
7 Utsalady Ladies Aid Building
Utsalady Ladies Aid Building
01998-09-25September 25, 1998 79 Utsalady Rd.
48°15′08″N 122°28′37″W / 48.252222°N 122.476944°W / 48.252222; -122.476944 (Utsalady Ladies Aid Building)
Camano Island
7 Sergeant Clark House
Sergeant Clark House
01980-03-25March 25, 1980 301 S. Main St.
48°12′34″N 122°41′08″W / 48.209444°N 122.685556°W / 48.209444; -122.685556 (Sergeant Clark House)
Coupeville, Whidbey Island Built in 1892 by Thomas N. Richards and occupied for much of its early life by Sergeant Thomas Clark (Fort Casey) and his family.

Jefferson County

King County

Kitsap County

Kittitas County

Klickitat County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Appleton Log Hall
Appleton Log Hall
01992-10-02October 2, 1992 835 Appleton Rd.
45°48′36″N 121°16′30″W / 45.81°N 121.275°W / 45.81; -121.275 (Appleton Log Hall)
Appleton
2 First Day Advent Christian Church
First Day Advent Christian Church
01991-09-26September 26, 1991 Jct. of Maryhill Hwy. and Stonehenge Ave.
45°41′14″N 120°48′47″W / 45.687222°N 120.813056°W / 45.687222; -120.813056 (First Day Advent Christian Church)
Maryhill
3 Goldendale Free Public Library
Goldendale Free Public Library
01982-08-03August 3, 1982 131 W. Burgen
45°49′15″N 120°49′22″W / 45.820833°N 120.822778°W / 45.820833; -120.822778 (Goldendale Free Public Library)
Goldendale Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
4 Maryhill
Maryhill
01974-12-31December 31, 1974 SW of Goldendale on U.S. 197
45°40′40″N 120°51′48″W / 45.677778°N 120.863333°W / 45.677778; -120.863333 (Maryhill)
Goldendale
5 Charles Newell House
Charles Newell House
01977-08-18August 18, 1977 114 Sentinel St.
45°49′02″N 120°49′22″W / 45.817222°N 120.822778°W / 45.817222; -120.822778 (Charles Newell House)
Goldendale
6 Rattlesnake Creek Site
Rattlesnake Creek Site
01978-05-22May 22, 1978 Address Restricted
Husum
7 Rowland Basin Site
Rowland Basin Site
01996-07-11July 11, 1996 Address Restricted
Lyle
8 Trout Lake Tourist Club 02005-09-21September 21, 2005 15 Guler Rd.
46°00′15″N 121°32′22″W / 46.004167°N 121.539444°W / 46.004167; -121.539444 (Trout Lake Tourist Club)
Trout Lake
9 Whitcomb Cabin
Whitcomb Cabin
01975-06-10June 10, 1975 100 Wildlife Refuge Rd., 6 mi (9.7 km). W of Glenwood
45°57′48″N 121°20′34″W / 45.963333°N 121.342778°W / 45.963333; -121.342778 (Whitcomb Cabin)
Glenwood
10 Wishram Indian Village Site
Wishram Indian Village Site
01972-03-16March 16, 1972 Address Restricted
The Dalles

Lewis County

Lincoln County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Almira Hotel 02006-03-15March 15, 2006 3 N. Third Ave.
47°42′46″N 118°56′27″W / 47.712778°N 118.940833°W / 47.712778; -118.940833 (Almira Hotel)
Almira
2 Atlas E Missile Site 9 02009-07-31July 31, 2009 36000 Crescent Rd. N.
47°47′18″N 117°50′31″W / 47.788394°N 117.841822°W / 47.788394; -117.841822 (Atlas E Missile Site 9)
Reardan
3 Fort Spokane Military Reserve
Fort Spokane Military Reserve
01988-11-23November 23, 1988 Rt. 25
47°54′47″N 118°18′22″W / 47.913056°N 118.306111°W / 47.913056; -118.306111 (Fort Spokane Military Reserve)
Miles
4 Goose Creek Rockshelter
Goose Creek Rockshelter
01978-05-22May 22, 1978 Address Restricted
Wilbur
5 Harrington Bank Block and Opera House
Harrington Bank Block and Opera House
01992-10-02October 2, 1992 Jct. of Third and Willis Sts., NW corner
47°28′49″N 118°15′13″W / 47.480278°N 118.253611°W / 47.480278; -118.253611 (Harrington Bank Block and Opera House)
Harrington
6 Lincoln Hotel
Lincoln Hotel
02010-12-20December 20, 2010 301 W. Sherlock St.
47°28′44″N 118°15′17″W / 47.478889°N 118.254722°W / 47.478889; -118.254722 (Lincoln Hotel)
Harrington
7 Little Falls Hydroelectric Power Plant 01988-12-15December 15, 1988 Spokane River
47°49′53″N 117°55′00″W / 47.831389°N 117.916667°W / 47.831389; -117.916667 (Little Falls Hydroelectric Power Plant)
Reardan
8 Long Lake Hydroelectric Power Plant
Long Lake Hydroelectric Power Plant
01988-12-15December 15, 1988 Spokane River
47°50′10″N 117°50′19″W / 47.836111°N 117.838611°W / 47.836111; -117.838611 (Long Lake Hydroelectric Power Plant)
Ford
9 Mary Queen of Heaven Roman Catholic Church
Mary Queen of Heaven Roman Catholic Church
01990-04-26April 26, 1990 N. First and B St.
47°18′09″N 117°58′30″W / 47.3025°N 117.975°W / 47.3025; -117.975 (Mary Queen of Heaven Roman Catholic Church)
Sprague
10 Spokane River Bridge at Fort Spokane
Spokane River Bridge at Fort Spokane
01995-03-28March 28, 1995 WA 25 over the Spokane R.
47°54′30″N 118°18′59″W / 47.908333°N 118.316389°W / 47.908333; -118.316389 (Spokane River Bridge at Fort Spokane)
Hunters Bridges of Washington State MPS
11 Spokane River Bridge at Long Lake Dam
Spokane River Bridge at Long Lake Dam
01995-05-24May 24, 1995 WA 231 over the Spokane R.
47°50′19″N 117°51′05″W / 47.838611°N 117.851389°W / 47.838611; -117.851389 (Spokane River Bridge at Long Lake Dam)
Reardan Bridges of Washington State MPS

Mason County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Big Creek Archeological Site-45MS100
Big Creek Archeological Site-45MS100
01999-10-13October 13, 1999 Address Restricted
Hoodsport
2 Cushman No. 1 Hydroelectric Power Plant
Cushman No. 1 Hydroelectric Power Plant
01988-12-15December 15, 1988 S end of Lake Cushman
47°25′11″N 123°13′16″W / 47.419722°N 123.221111°W / 47.419722; -123.221111 (Cushman No. 1 Hydroelectric Power Plant)
Hoodsport
3 Cushman No. 2 Hydroelectric Power Plant 01988-12-15December 15, 1988 Skokomish River
47°22′59″N 123°10′42″W / 47.383056°N 123.178333°W / 47.383056; -123.178333 (Cushman No. 2 Hydroelectric Power Plant)
Hoodsport
4 Goldsborough Creek Bridge 01982-07-16July 16, 1982 WA 3
47°12′34″N 123°05′57″W / 47.209444°N 123.099167°W / 47.209444; -123.099167 (Goldsborough Creek Bridge)
Shelton Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
5 Harstine Island Community Hall 01989-03-16March 16, 1989 North Island Dr. and Hartstene Island Dr.
47°16′35″N 122°53′10″W / 47.276389°N 122.886111°W / 47.276389; -122.886111 (Harstine Island Community Hall)
Harstine Island
6 High Steel Bridge 01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spans Skokomish South Fork
47°22′05″N 123°16′44″W / 47.368056°N 123.278889°W / 47.368056; -123.278889 (High Steel Bridge)
Shelton Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
7 North Hamma Hamma River Bridge
North Hamma Hamma River Bridge
01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spans North Hamma Hamma River
47°32′23″N 123°02′33″W / 47.539722°N 123.0425°W / 47.539722; -123.0425 (North Hamma Hamma River Bridge)
Eldon Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
8 Shelton Public Library and Town Hall 01983-07-14July 14, 1983 5th St. and Railroad Ave.
47°12′48″N 123°06′11″W / 47.213333°N 123.103056°W / 47.213333; -123.103056 (Shelton Public Library and Town Hall)
Shelton
9 Schafer State Park 02010-05-10May 10, 2010 1365 W Schafer Park Rd.
47°05′59″N 123°28′21″W / 47.099614°N 123.472461°W / 47.099614; -123.472461 (Schafer State Park)
Elma
10 Simpson Logging Company Locomotive No. 7 and Peninsular Railway Caboose No. 700 01984-01-12January 12, 1984 3rd and Railroad Aves.
47°12′47″N 123°06′03″W / 47.213056°N 123.100833°W / 47.213056; -123.100833 (Simpson Logging Company Locomotive No. 7 and Peninsular Railway Caboose No. 700)
Shelton
11 South Hamma Hamma River Bridge
South Hamma Hamma River Bridge
01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spans South Hamma Hamma River
47°32′11″N 123°02′28″W / 47.536389°N 123.041111°W / 47.536389; -123.041111 (South Hamma Hamma River Bridge)
Eldon Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
12 taba das
taba das
02005-02-16February 16, 2005 Address Restricted
Potlatch
13 Vance Creek Bridge 01982-07-16July 16, 1982 NW of Shelton
47°20′06″N 123°19′10″W / 47.335°N 123.319444°W / 47.335; -123.319444 (Vance Creek Bridge)
Shelton Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR

Okanogan County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Bonaparte Mountain Cabin 01981-04-20April 20, 1981 E of Tonasket in Okanogan National Forest
48°47′06″N 119°07′17″W / 48.785°N 119.121389°W / 48.785; -119.121389 (Bonaparte Mountain Cabin)
Tonasket
2 Chief Joseph Memorial 01974-05-15May 15, 1974 Near jct. of WA 10A and Cache Creek Rd.
48°10′08″N 118°58′34″W / 48.168889°N 118.976111°W / 48.168889; -118.976111 (Chief Joseph Memorial)
Nespelem
3 Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport
Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport
01995-05-31May 31, 1995 WA 17 over the Columbia R.
48°00′04″N 119°39′13″W / 48.001111°N 119.653611°W / 48.001111; -119.653611 (Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport)
Bridgeport
4 Early Winters Ranger Station Work Center
Early Winters Ranger Station Work Center
01986-04-11April 11, 1986 Okanogan National Forest
48°35′41″N 120°25′48″W / 48.594722°N 120.43°W / 48.594722; -120.43 (Early Winters Ranger Station Work Center)
Winthrop
5 Enloe Dam and Powerplant
Enloe Dam and Powerplant
01978-10-18October 18, 1978 4 mi (6.4 km). (6.4 km) W of Oroville
48°57′57″N 119°30′03″W / 48.965833°N 119.500833°W / 48.965833; -119.500833 (Enloe Dam and Powerplant)
Oroville
6 Fort Okanogan, Sites of 01973-06-04June 4, 1973 N of Bridgeport between the Columbia and Okanogan Rivers
48°05′59″N 119°43′06″W / 48.099722°N 119.718333°W / 48.099722; -119.718333 (Fort Okanogan, Sites of)
Bridgeport
7 Grand Coulee Bridge
Grand Coulee Bridge
01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spans Columbia River
47°57′56″N 118°58′53″W / 47.965556°N 118.981389°W / 47.965556; -118.981389 (Grand Coulee Bridge)
Grand Coulee Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
8 Lost Lake Guard Station 01986-04-11April 11, 1986 Okanogan National Forest
48°50′42″N 119°02′54″W / 48.845°N 119.048333°W / 48.845; -119.048333 (Lost Lake Guard Station)
Tonasket
9 Okanogan County Courthouse
Okanogan County Courthouse
01995-06-29June 29, 1995 149 N. Third Ave.
48°21′55″N 119°34′49″W / 48.365278°N 119.580278°W / 48.365278; -119.580278 (Okanogan County Courthouse)
Okanogan
10 Okanogan Project: Conconully Reservoir Dam 01974-09-06September 6, 1974 S of Conconully
48°32′16″N 119°44′53″W / 48.537778°N 119.748056°W / 48.537778; -119.748056 (Okanogan Project: Conconully Reservoir Dam)
Conconully
11 Parson Smith Tree 01972-03-16March 16, 1972 40 mi (64 km). N of Winthrop on the Canadian border in Okanogan National Forest
49°00′05″N 120°33′10″W / 49.001389°N 120.552778°W / 49.001389; -120.552778 (Parson Smith Tree)
Winthrop
12 Hiram F. Smith Orchard 01975-11-12November 12, 1975 2 mi (3.2 km). N of Oroville on Osoyoos Lake
48°58′00″N 119°25′42″W / 48.966667°N 119.428333°W / 48.966667; -119.428333 (Hiram F. Smith Orchard)
Oroville
13 US Post Office-Okanogan Main
US Post Office-Okanogan Main
01991-05-30May 30, 1991 212 Second Ave. N.
48°21′53″N 119°34′41″W / 48.364722°N 119.578056°W / 48.364722; -119.578056 (US Post Office-Okanogan Main)
Okanogan
14 US Post Office-Omak Main
US Post Office-Omak Main
01991-05-30May 30, 1991 104 S. Main St.
48°24′34″N 119°31′40″W / 48.409444°N 119.527778°W / 48.409444; -119.527778 (US Post Office-Omak Main)
Omak
15 Guy Waring Cabin 01982-03-19March 19, 1982 285 Castle Ave.
48°28′36″N 120°10′50″W / 48.476667°N 120.180556°W / 48.476667; -120.180556 (Guy Waring Cabin)
Winthrop

Pacific County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Cape Disappointment Historic District
Cape Disappointment Historic District
01975-08-15August 15, 1975 From .5 mi (0.80 km). S of Ilwaco to WA/OR boundary
46°17′01″N 124°03′37″W / 46.283611°N 124.060278°W / 46.283611; -124.060278 (Cape Disappointment Historic District)
Ilwaco
2 Chinook Point
Chinook Point
01966-10-15October 15, 1966 5 mi (8.0 km). SE of Fort Columbia Historical State Park on U.S. 101
46°15′25″N 123°54′57″W / 46.256944°N 123.915833°W / 46.256944; -123.915833 (Chinook Point)
Chinook
3 Colbert House
Colbert House
01977-10-18October 18, 1977 Quaker and Lake Sts.
46°18′31″N 124°02′06″W / 46.308611°N 124.035°W / 46.308611; -124.035 (Colbert House)
Ilwaco
4 Columbia River Quarantine Station 01980-02-08February 8, 1980 SW of Knappton on WA 401
46°16′15″N 123°49′40″W / 46.270833°N 123.827778°W / 46.270833; -123.827778 (Columbia River Quarantine Station)
Knappton
5 Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station
Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station
01979-07-05July 5, 1979 WA 103
46°27′53″N 124°03′09″W / 46.464722°N 124.0525°W / 46.464722; -124.0525 (Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station)
Klipsan Beach
6 Lumber Exchange Building 01988-05-19May 19, 1988 Robert Bush Dr./US 101 and Willapa Ave.
46°39′59″N 123°48′38″W / 46.666389°N 123.810556°W / 46.666389; -123.810556 (Lumber Exchange Building)
South Bend
7 Oysterville Historic District 01976-04-21April 21, 1976 WA 103
46°32′51″N 124°01′39″W / 46.5475°N 124.0275°W / 46.5475; -124.0275 (Oysterville Historic District)
Oysterville
8 Pacific County Courthouse 01977-07-20July 20, 1977 Cowlitz and Vine Sts.
46°39′46″N 123°48′33″W / 46.662778°N 123.809167°W / 46.662778; -123.809167 (Pacific County Courthouse)
South Bend
9 Raymond Public Library
Raymond Public Library
01979-11-29November 29, 1979 507 Duryea St.
46°41′40″N 123°43′45″W / 46.694444°N 123.729167°W / 46.694444; -123.729167 (Raymond Public Library)
Raymond
10 Raymond Theater
Raymond Theater
01991-05-01May 1, 1991 325 N. Third St.
46°41′11″N 123°43′43″W / 46.686389°N 123.728611°W / 46.686389; -123.728611 (Raymond Theater)
Raymond
11 Russell House 01977-11-25November 25, 1977 902 E. Water St.
46°39′47″N 123°46′55″W / 46.663056°N 123.781944°W / 46.663056; -123.781944 (Russell House)
South Bend
12 Peter Schulderman House 01988-05-19May 19, 1988 Thirty-seventh and K Sts.
46°19′47″N 124°03′20″W / 46.329722°N 124.055556°W / 46.329722; -124.055556 (Peter Schulderman House)
Seaview
13 Shelburne Hotel
Shelburne Hotel
01978-12-15December 15, 1978 WA 103 and K St.
46°20′06″N 124°03′14″W / 46.335°N 124.053889°W / 46.335; -124.053889 (Shelburne Hotel)
Seaview
14 South Bend Carnegie Public Library 01982-08-03August 3, 1982 W. 1st and Pacific Sts.
46°39′59″N 123°48′47″W / 46.666389°N 123.813056°W / 46.666389; -123.813056 (South Bend Carnegie Public Library)
South Bend Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
15 Tokeland Hotel
Tokeland Hotel
01978-04-11April 11, 1978 Kindred Ave. and Hotel Rd.
46°42′31″N 123°59′00″W / 46.708611°N 123.983333°W / 46.708611; -123.983333 (Tokeland Hotel)
Tokeland
16 US Post Office-Raymond Main
US Post Office-Raymond Main
01991-05-30May 30, 1991 406 Duryea St.
46°41′11″N 123°43′50″W / 46.686389°N 123.730556°W / 46.686389; -123.730556 (US Post Office-Raymond Main)
Raymond
17 Willapa Bay Boathouse 01986-03-13March 13, 1986 US Coast Guard Station, Willapa Bay
46°42′20″N 123°57′57″W / 46.705556°N 123.965833°W / 46.705556; -123.965833 (Willapa Bay Boathouse)
Tokeland
18 The Wreckage 01979-09-18September 18, 1979 256th Pl.
46°29′17″N 124°02′59″W / 46.488056°N 124.049722°W / 46.488056; -124.049722 (The Wreckage)
Ocean Park

Pend Oreille County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Idaho and Wash. Northern RR Bridge 01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spans Pend Oreille River, off WA 31
48°46′50″N 117°24′33″W / 48.780556°N 117.409167°W / 48.780556; -117.409167 (Idaho and Wash. Northern RR Bridge)
Metaline Falls Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
2 Lewis P. Larson House 01979-03-26March 26, 1979 5th and Pend Oreille Blvd.
48°51′48″N 117°22′23″W / 48.863333°N 117.373056°W / 48.863333; -117.373056 (Lewis P. Larson House)
Metaline Falls
3 Metaline Falls School 01988-09-08September 8, 1988 302 Park
48°51′40″N 117°22′26″W / 48.861111°N 117.373889°W / 48.861111; -117.373889 (Metaline Falls School)
Metaline Falls
4 Pend Oreille Mines and Metals Building 01997-08-29August 29, 1997 103 S. Grandview St.
48°51′44″N 117°22′18″W / 48.862222°N 117.371667°W / 48.862222; -117.371667 (Pend Oreille Mines and Metals Building)
Metaline Falls
5 Dr. John and Viola Phillips House and Office 02006-01-03January 3, 2006 S. 337 Spokane Ave.
48°10′49″N 117°02′45″W / 48.180278°N 117.045833°W / 48.180278; -117.045833 (Dr. John and Viola Phillips House and Office)
Newport
6 United States Border Station 01997-01-31January 31, 1997 Roughly bounded by WA 31 and the U.S.-Canadian border, Colville National Forest
48°59′58″N 117°18′00″W / 48.999444°N 117.3°W / 48.999444; -117.3 (United States Border Station)
Metaline Falls
7 Washington Hotel 01979-03-26March 26, 1979 5th and Washington St.
48°51′44″N 117°22′08″W / 48.862222°N 117.368889°W / 48.862222; -117.368889 (Washington Hotel)
Metaline Falls

Pierce County

San Juan County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Alderbrook Farmhouse 01985-11-21November 21, 1985 Point Lawrence Rd.
48°39′20″N 122°45′47″W / 48.655556°N 122.763056°W / 48.655556; -122.763056 (Alderbrook Farmhouse)
Doe Bay
2 Crow Valley School 01987-08-27August 27, 1987 Crow Valley Rd.
48°40′04″N 122°56′42″W / 48.667778°N 122.945°W / 48.667778; -122.945 (Crow Valley School)
Eastsound Built in 1888 in Eastsound. Now maintained by the Orcas Island Historical Museum.
Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS
3 Doe Bay General Store and Post Office 01986-05-08May 8, 1986 End of County Rd.
48°38′29″N 122°46′45″W / 48.641389°N 122.779167°W / 48.641389; -122.779167 (Doe Bay General Store and Post Office)
Doe Bay, Orcas Island
4 Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Emmanuel Episcopal Church
01994-12-12December 12, 1994 Main St.
48°41′40″N 122°54′22″W / 48.694444°N 122.906111°W / 48.694444; -122.906111 (Emmanuel Episcopal Church)
Eastsound Built in 1885.
5 Krumdiack Homestead 01993-04-29April 29, 1993 North coast, between Fishery Pt. and Pt. Hammond
48°43′03″N 123°01′20″W / 48.7175°N 123.022222°W / 48.7175; -123.022222 (Krumdiack Homestead)
Waldron Island Also known as the Cook Property.
6 Little Red Schoolhouse 01973-06-19June 19, 1973 Corner of Hoffman Cove and Neck Point Cove Rd.
48°34′22″N 122°57′43″W / 48.572778°N 122.961944°W / 48.572778; -122.961944 (Little Red Schoolhouse)
Shaw Island
7 Orcas Hotel
Orcas Hotel
01982-08-24August 24, 1982 In Orcas
48°35′54″N 122°56′37″W / 48.598333°N 122.943611°W / 48.598333; -122.943611 (Orcas Hotel)
Orcas Built in 1904.
8 Patos Island Light Station
Patos Island Light Station
01977-10-21October 21, 1977 North of Eastsound on Patos Island
48°47′21″N 122°58′11″W / 48.789167°N 122.969722°W / 48.789167; -122.969722 (Patos Island Light Station)
Eastsound Built in 1893.
9 Port Stanley School 01994-12-09December 9, 1994 Port Stanley Rd.
48°31′32″N 122°52′35″W / 48.525556°N 122.876389°W / 48.525556; -122.876389 (Port Stanley School)
Lopez Island
10 Roche Harbor 01977-08-29August 29, 1977 Northern San Juan Island
48°36′32″N 123°09′01″W / 48.608889°N 123.150278°W / 48.608889; -123.150278 (Roche Harbor)
San Juan Island Founded in 1886, the district consists of 1,400 acres (5.7 km2) and 17 buildings.
11 Rosario
Rosario
01978-11-02November 2, 1978 S of East Sound on Orcas Island
48°38′49″N 122°52′21″W / 48.646944°N 122.8725°W / 48.646944; -122.8725 (Rosario)
Orcas Island Now part of Moran State Park.
12 San Juan County Courthouse
San Juan County Courthouse
01984-04-12April 12, 1984 350 N. Court St.
48°32′09″N 123°01′01″W / 48.535833°N 123.016944°W / 48.535833; -123.016944 (San Juan County Courthouse)
Friday Harbor Built in 1906.
13 San Juan Island National Historic Site Officer's Quarters SJNHP.jpg 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 Between Haro Strait and San Juan Channel
48°34′57″N 123°9′1″W / 48.5825°N 123.15028°W / 48.5825; -123.15028 (San Juan Island National Historic Site)
Friday Harbor
14 San Juan Island, Lime Kiln Light Station
San Juan Island, Lime Kiln Light Station
01978-12-15December 15, 1978 W of Friday Harbor on CR 1
48°30′56″N 123°09′00″W / 48.515556°N 123.15°W / 48.515556; -123.15 (San Juan Island, Lime Kiln Light Station)
Friday Harbor Built in 1914.
15 San Juan Lime Company-Cowell's 02007-03-06March 6, 2007 1567 West Side Rd. N
Friday Harbor
16 Tharald Homestead 02002-01-17January 17, 2002 Hoffman Cove Rd.
48°33′40″N 122°58′03″W / 48.561111°N 122.9675°W / 48.561111; -122.9675 (Tharald Homestead)
Shaw Island Also known as the Ellis Farm.

Skagit County

Skamania County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Bonneville Dam Historic District Corps-engineers-archives bonneville dam looking east.jpg 01986-04-09 April 9, 1986 Columbia River between Bradford and Cascade Islands off I-84 in Multnomah County, Oregon to WA 14 in Skamania County, WA
45°38′29″N 121°56′36″W / 45.64139°N 121.94333°W / 45.64139; -121.94333 (Bonneville Dam Historic District)
North Bonneville Built in the 1930s to harness the Columbia River for power generation, this was the first hydroelectric dam with a hydraulic drop sufficient to produce 500,000 kW of hydropower. The NHL district covers the dam and other elements of the federal dam project, including the #1 powerhouse, navigation lock, fish ladder, and hatchery. The site is also listed in Oregon.
2 North Bonneville Archeological District
North Bonneville Archeological District
01987-02-02February 2, 1987 Address Restricted
North Bonneville
3 Region Six Personnel Training Station 02007-08-28August 28, 2007 Wind River Work Center, 1262 Hemlock Rd.
45°48′09″N 121°55′41″W / 45.8025°N 121.928056°W / 45.8025; -121.928056 (Region Six Personnel Training Station)
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
4 Edward and Isabelle Underwood Farm – Five Oaks Farm
Edward and Isabelle Underwood Farm – Five Oaks Farm
02008-01-10January 10, 2008 851 Orchard Ln.
Underwood

Snohomish County

Spokane County

Stevens County

Thurston County

Wahkiakum County

[7] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Columbia River Gillnet Boat 01978-02-14February 14, 1978 Altoona Cannery
46°15′58″N 123°39′15″W / 46.266111°N 123.654167°W / 46.266111; -123.654167 (Columbia River Gillnet Boat)
Altoona
2 Deep River Pioneer Lutheran Church
Deep River Pioneer Lutheran Church
01974-08-07August 7, 1974 N of Deep River
46°21′35″N 123°40′55″W / 46.359722°N 123.681944°W / 46.359722; -123.681944 (Deep River Pioneer Lutheran Church)
Deep River
3 Grays River Covered Bridge
Grays River Covered Bridge
01971-11-23November 23, 1971 WA 4, 1.5 mi (2.4 km). E of Grays River
46°21′17″N 123°34′47″W / 46.354722°N 123.579722°W / 46.354722; -123.579722 (Grays River Covered Bridge)
Grays River Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
4 Pioneer Church 01973-04-11April 11, 1973 Alley St.
46°12′06″N 123°22′56″W / 46.201667°N 123.382222°W / 46.201667; -123.382222 (Pioneer Church)
Cathlamet
5 Skamokawa Historic District
Skamokawa Historic District
01976-04-21April 21, 1976 WA 4
46°16′55″N 123°26′47″W / 46.281944°N 123.446389°W / 46.281944; -123.446389 (Skamokawa Historic District)
Skamokawa

Walla Walla County

Whatcom County

Whitman County

Yakima County

See also

References

  1. ^ National Park Service (1997). "How to Apply the National Register Criteria for Evaluation". http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/publications/bulletins/nrb15/nrb15.pdf. Retrieved 2008-12-17. 
  2. ^ National Park Service. "National Register Research". National Register of Historic Places. http://www.nps.gov/nr/research/index.htm. Retrieved 2008-12-17. 
  3. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by Google maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  4. ^ These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008 and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site. There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis. Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which only modify the area covered by an existing property or district, although carrying a separate National Register reference number.
  5. ^ The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Beverly Railroad Bridge (Grant and Kittitas), Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport (Chelan and Douglas), Columbia River Bridge at Wenatchee (Chelan and Douglas), Kettle Falls District (Ferry and Stevens), Little Falls Hydroelectric Power Plant (Ferry and Stevens), Long Lake Hydroelectric Power Plant (Lincoln and Stevens), Lower Snake River Archaeological District (Franklin and Walla Walla), Mount Rainier National Park (Lewis and Pierce), Rock Island Railroad Bridge (Chelan and Douglas), Spokane River Bridge at Long Lake Dam (Lincoln and Stevens), Stevens Pass Historic District (Chelan and King), Tri-Cities Archaeological District (Benton and Franklin) and Windust Caves Archaeological District (Franklin and Walla Walla)
  6. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 10, 2011.
  7. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  8. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. . http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreg/docs/All_Data.html. 

Further reading

  • Roberts, George; Roberts, Jan (1999). Discover Historic Washington State, Gem Guides Book Company, ISBN 1889786071.
  • Historic Places in Washington, Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, Washington, 2008-10-01. The Washington Heritage Register includes all Washington sites on the National Register, plus numerous additional sites.

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