Knappton Cove Heritage Center
Knappton CoveHeritage Center

Living History  at the Cove

Interact with Living Historians interpreting the Lewis & Clark Expedition!

 

Saturday July 13, 10-4 Sunday July 14, 10-3

2019

 

Demonstrations include:

 

* Handling flintlock firearms

* Fire starting with flint and steel

* Camp cooking

* Making clothing from leather

* Making canoe paddles

November on the North Shore

Nov 9: Museum Open House

 

"O! How Horriable is the Day"

 

Saturday

1-4 PM
 

Join us for our last event of the year, the annual tribute to the Lewis & Clark Expedition. We'll be serving up 'Hot Cider & History' as we remember William Clark's journal entry.

 

 

US PHS

US Public Health Service

 

 

    We celebrate the history of the U.S. Public Health Service. Come see the history of this Commissioned Corps. Follow the link below to read about the citizenship ceremony in their publication.

We're on page 15:

 

http://www.coausphs.org/media/1505/2017-01_coa_newsletter_v5-reduced.pdf

 

 

The Columbia River's "Ellis Island"

Knappton Cove Heritage Center

Welcome!

Come experience history where it happened.

COLUMBIA RIVER QUARANTINE STATION

© Copyright 2019 Knappton Cove Heritage Center

Contact Us Today!

Nancy Anderson, Director


Phone: 1-503-738-5206

 

E-mail: knapptoncove@gmail.com

 

Regular Open Hours:

July-September Weekends

Saturday & Sunday, 1-4 pm

 

Address:

521 WA State Rte 401

(See 'How to Find Us' page for detailed information)

Exhibits

  • Diggin' into the Past at Knappton Cove (Archelogical Finds)
  • Immigrant Room (Donation Land Claim)
  • Cannery Days
  • Quarantined! (U.S. Columbia River Quarantine Station)
  • Fishin' in the 50's (Knappton Cove Camp)

 

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