Knappton Cove Heritage Center The Historic Columbia River Quarantine Station
Knappton Cove Heritage CenterThe Historic Columbia River Quarantine Station 

Archive of 2021 E-newsletters

Past Newsletters

Knappton Cove Event Pictures

Annual "Horriable Day" Open House ~ November, 2019

We hosted a special visitor from the National Lewis & Clark Trail Foundation offices in July, 2018.

 

Read all about 'Rocky's' trip to Knappton Cove here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-Vh6CbvXFT3nBk5aKzAfNZ71Efq_PRk1WwbyhE7Hj98/edit?usp=sharing

 

 

 

Clatsop Community College Historic Preservation School
Plaster Workshop - 2016-17

Citizenship Ceremony - 2016

Lewis & Clark Reenactment - 2016

The Medic from the Lewis and Clark Living Historians:

Archaeology Day - 2013

"Horriable" Day-November - 2013

2013:

2012:

Contact Us Today!

Nancy Anderson, Director

 

E-mail:   knapptoncove@gmail.com

 

Land Line: 1-503-738-5206

 

Open by Appointment

Please Email for Availability

 

Typically Open:

July-September Weekends

Saturday & Sunday, 1-4 pm

 

Address:

521 WA State Rte 401

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

Exhibits

 

*Click links for

short video exhibit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Check out Nancy's interview on Coast Radio's ARTS - Live & Local with Carol Newman. She talks about Women's History in the Public Health Service at Knappton Cove. The interview starts about 5 minutes in to the podcast.
 
Read more details about the history of Knappton Cove in Nancy's Book, The Columbia River's "Ellis" Island. Available for purchase on Amazon--$5 of every book goes toward the preservation of this historic site.
 
Listen to a longer discussion of the book and history of the Public Health Service at Knappton Cove with Sean from PHS Proud.

New Book!

By Board Member Friedrich E. Schuler, Professor of History at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. Read his interview in the PSU News!

A Shield for the Columbia Book Cover

A Shield for the Columbia offers the stories behind the founding of the quarantine station of the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) at Knappton Cove, Washington and Astoria, Oregon at the mouth of the Columbia River. It is a compelling account of unlikely political and economic alliances featuring the United States Marine Hospital Service (USMHS), transpacific shipping lines, Astoria's business community, and members of the U.S. Congress.

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